Haiyah, I think there's so much more work to be done regarding the new Asian Catan Championships.
What I'm interested now is in the Carcassonne championships next year at Essen. What are the official rules and such. I propose that we start honing our skills on this wonderful game (no? aanemesis) in order to prepare for next year. I think this game when played one-on-one is truly strategic and less luck based than settlers. But I think if chess timers are used then I'll definately not do so well.
[quote user="ayheng"]I think this game when played one-on-one is truly strategic and less luck based than settlers. But I think if chess timers are used then I'll definately not do so well.[/quote]
Yup certainly less afflicted with luck than aanemesis fave Catan game. But dun think you need to worry too much about the chess timers.
If they are following the chess timing convention, then you'll get like say 1 hr for total game and not 2 min per move type of limits. Even if you play slow, as long as you can finish your game within your 1 hr (and say opponent finish theirs in 20 min), you can still win if you played better.
[quote user="macedwin"]1. i have the official rules lah... how to post? [/quote]
Post the Carcassonne Competition rules isit? If it's in text format, post it to the newly created Carcassonne Championship thread. If it's PDF or a file, send it to me and I'll upload to the file section here.
The article on the star... woot.. feel like a pro now.
and this is my moms letter complaining about my empty prize... also in todays paper.. <3
Oh no!!! Really sorry to hear about the theft of your prizes......... hope they find the culprit, coz you really deserved it! I assume you've made an official complaint as well as the letter to the newspaper?
Hopefully someone with a bit of muscle and identity on Boardgamegeek will post the news there, so that the BGG members can keep an eye out for these items in case the jerk tries to sell them on EBay .
Keep smiling doll 
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