The fields run dry

This week’s session started with a vigorous debate about which game to play. Elad an I were keen on Acquire. Rochelle was neutral. Laurie did not want to play Acquire, but did want to play Santiago. Elad, however, did not want to play Santiago. (Children, children…) Unfortunately for him, I persuaded him to try it. Then Penny turned up to join in, and so we had five. That turns Santiago into a bit of a cut throat experience.

santiago

In short, Laurie cut our throats and won ahead of Rochelle, me, Elad and Penny.

We finished just as reinforcements turned up and split into two groups.

Susan, Laurie, Elad and Ella played the latest Quarriors game which Elad had proudly unpacked. It looked very nice. Susan demolished them with a fine win. Well done Susan!

At the other end of the table, Yehuda, Rochelle and I played Carcassonne. This is an easy tile placing game, which was a first time experience for Rochelle. She and I finished a few points behind Yehuda. It was a close game right up until the end, and I think Rochelle may be adding this to her list of favorites.

carcas

Yehuda, Rochelle and I finished up with a game of Coloretto which I sneaked a win in.

Another fun filled night.

[Cross posted from Ra’anana Boardgames Group.]

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