san juan [Updated April 2006]

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Bill Salvatore, MD

2005 Champion

2nd: Bill Murdock, NY

3rd: Eric Brosius, MA

4th: Eric Lenhart, PA

5th: Trevor Bender, WA

6th: Jennifer Scancella, PA
Event History
2004    Jeff Mullet     123
2005    Bill Salvatore       48

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GM: Alan Kaiser

Return to Puerto Rico! ... Two-Player Format

Puerto Rico's golden age returns. Through you and this card game sequel! Players travel now to the capital city of this beautiful island. Who will build the most important buildings? Players build palaces, poor houses, silver smelters, gold mines, and many others - each with its own special features. The cleverest player will build best and win!

As with the boardgame, players choose roles which can help all players, but the choosing player gets a special privilege with the role chosen. Players build buildings, produce and sell goods, and so on. The game is based on Puerto Rico, but is different enough to give players new challenges and opportunities for fun and enjoyment.

This year, a vastly different format will be used. For starters, games will be 2-, not 4-player, making it imperative that players bring a copy of the game if they wish to play. If games are in short supply, and they almost certainly will be, priority will be given to those with games first and those who have not yet played, second.

There will be two heats including a Mulligan round on Wednesday. The first round of both heats will consist of pool play with one game against each of three players in the same division or pool. All entrants are expected to play in all three games of pool play regardless of success. The top player in each division or pool will advance to Single Elimination play in Round 2 on Saturday at 11 AM.

 GM      Alan Kaiser [1st Year]   NA
   AKaiser@columbus.rr.com   NA

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