ticket to ride

Updated 4/23/2010

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  Ballroom B    Terrace, Table #2

Kyle Greenwood, HI

2009 Champion

2nd: Jay Fox, NJ

3rd: Steve Shambeda, PA

4th: Kathy Kilroy, PA

5th: Philip Shea, FL

6th: Alan Elkner, NJ
Event History
2004    Alan Kaiser     151
2005     Blair Morgen     160
2006    Eric Monte     157
2007     Brittany Bernard     191
2008     John Faella     201
2009     Kyle Greenwood     220

Claire Brosius, MA

2010 GM

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Ticket To Ride is a series of stand-alone railroad building games designed by Alan R. Moon and published by Days of Wonder. The rules are very simple to teach and each game is always tight with delightful tension over building now and revealing intentions or waiting until you have everything you need to connect your cities.

Tournament Rules:
We will be playing 4-player games as possible during the heats, with 5-player games as needed. The default game is the original Ticket to Ride game, the other maps you may use are Europe or USA 1910. Players will randomly select turn order and seating order at the start of each game since turn order is a tie-breaker (See below). At the start of each game, players must check that they have exactly 45 trains in their color. The number of train cars, cards and destination tickets a player has is public knowledge.

If two or more players tie for first place in a game, even after applying the game's tie-breakers, then reverse turn order will break the tie (i.e. the player going last at the start of the game has the highest tie breaker).

The game winner is responsible for turning in the summary card with the information completed at the end of each round.

There will be a Quarter-Final round, but only winners of Preliminary games will qualify to advance. If fewer than 64 appear, I will award byes into the semi-finals for players with the best qualifying records in the heats, as needed to make the numbers come out even, perhaps with the help of a few 3-player games. The semi-finals will consist of four 4-player games, and the winners will advance to a 4-player Final using Ticket to Ride USA 1910, Mega-Game.

The qualifiers are in order:
1. Most Wins (e.g., total in all heats entered);
2. Total points in all games entered, where for each game your points equal the ratio of your score to the score of your highest-scoring opponent in the game plus 100 points for a win, 20 points for 2nd place, or 5 points for 3rd place in a 5-player game.
3. High dice roll.


A Juniors version for those 12 and under will also be offered by Matthew Beach Wednesday at 3 PM in the Heritage room. See http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbkex/jnrpge.htm
 GM      Claire Brosius [3rd Year]   NA  
    public.brosius@comcast.net   617-794-4759

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