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Offline keggiemckill

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Over thinking a turn
« on: February 14, 2014, 07:26:20 PM »
I just found this site; http://www.elyoukey.com/sac/
I dont believe that knowing the odds makes you a better player. There is something to be said about ignorance being bliss. Another well know movie quote is
 
By Han Solo. I believe knowing what works and doesnt work from past experience is more valuable than knowing the odds of a roll. Ones, and Skulls come at the worst times. You can not avoid them. I say accept them and expect them. Then when things go badly you should have already prepared for the disaster. Now double Pows uphill never works out so don't ever try them. Avoid them at all costs, and never try them on me or you will lose terribly. Its almost certain death when you try them against me, because you will automatically fail. Guaranteed. So, try to expect failure and never try to test my uphill forcefield, because you will fail.

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