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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #100 on: December 21, 2011, 02:36:46 am »
+1

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111219-220736-b297d426.html#dysprog-show-turn-10

In a Game with no +buy, I gained 4 cards in one buy phase, and put them all on top of my deck.

 
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  --- dysprog's turn 10 ---
   dysprog plays a Militia.
   ... getting +$2.
   ... yau discards 2 cards.
   ... pRdm discards 2 cards.
   dysprog plays a Royal Seal, a Talisman, and 2 Quarries.
   dysprog buys a Border Village.
   ... gaining another Border Village.
   ... ... putting the Border Village on top of the deck.
   ... ... gaining a Smithy.
   ... ... ... putting the Smithy on top of the deck.
   ... gaining a Smithy.
   ... ... putting the Smithy on top of the deck.
   ... putting the Border Village on top of the deck.
   (dysprog draws: 2 Border Villages, a Silver, and 2 Smithies.)

I won by every other player resigning.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #101 on: December 21, 2011, 02:39:37 am »
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--- BullCityFats's turn 16 ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
      --- dysprog's turn (possessed by lazer42) ---
--- BullCityFats's turn (possessed by dysprog) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---




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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #102 on: December 21, 2011, 02:59:59 am »
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--- BullCityFats's turn 16 ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
      --- dysprog's turn (possessed by lazer42) ---
--- BullCityFats's turn (possessed by dysprog) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
This one is my favorite so far.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #103 on: December 21, 2011, 08:52:24 am »
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http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/21/game-20111221-055049-262f2ce7.html

Yeah, I just played this game. Got out to a big lead. My opponent then started to try to grind me down with a version of the KC-Masq-Margrave Lock. And I won! Love that

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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #104 on: December 21, 2011, 08:57:56 am »
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Just played today.
In a Mountebank game, without +buy, all the curses were out, and we both managed to trash them with lookout…
But without the help of my opponent, I think I would lose the game :

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— fag's turn 23 —
fag plays a Swindler.
... getting +$2.
... brokoli turns up a Curse and trashes it.
... replacing brokoli's Curse with a Copper.

fag plays 3 Coppers and a Silver.
fag buys a Gold.
(fag reshuffles.)
(fag draws: a Copper, a Scheme, and 3 Silvers.)

[because all curses were out, the only 0$ card was copper].

This is fun, because the game was very, very close :

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#1 brokoli: 36 points (3 Provinces, 3 Duchies, 7 ▼, and 2 Estates); 28 turns
         opening: Monument / Lookout
         [40 cards] 3 Schemes, 2 Lookouts, 2 Mountebanks, 1 Monument, 10 Coppers, 9 Silvers, 1 Potion, 4 Golds, 2 Estates, 3 Duchies, 3 Provinces

#2 fag: 36 points (5 Provinces, 3 ▼, and 3 Estates); 29 turns
     opening: Monument / Swindler
     [43 cards] 3 Lookouts, 2 Mountebanks, 1 Monument, 1 Scheme, 1 Swindler, 12 Coppers, 10 Silvers, 5 Golds, 3 Estates, 5 Provinces

So, thank to swindler I won the game :D
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #105 on: December 21, 2011, 10:38:31 am »
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Well, I tried to resist posting this one here because I've mentioned it in a couple other places on the forum, and because it's yet another King's Court / Grand Market / Bridge megaturn, but eventually I decided it belongs on a "greatest Isotropic moments" list for sheer neatness if for no other reason: that time when I had exactly 32 buys and used them to buy all eight Colonies, Provinces, Duchies, and Estates on one turn.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110528-203921-3ccc87fc.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #106 on: December 21, 2011, 11:03:53 am »
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http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/21/game-20111221-055049-262f2ce7.html

Yeah, I just played this game. Got out to a big lead. My opponent then started to try to grind me down with a version of the KC-Masq-Margrave Lock. And I won! Love that

Logs are annoying in Masq-pin games, because they don't show what was being passed, or even "passes a card" vs "has nothing to pass." It would be nice if it did, because there's no way to know when a person has successfully not passed a card.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #107 on: December 21, 2011, 11:05:51 am »
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Well, I tried to resist posting this one here because I've mentioned it in a couple other places on the forum, and because it's yet another King's Court / Grand Market / Bridge megaturn, but eventually I decided it belongs on a "greatest Isotropic moments" list for sheer neatness if for no other reason: that time when I had exactly 32 buys and used them to buy all eight Colonies, Provinces, Duchies, and Estates on one turn.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110528-203921-3ccc87fc.html


On that last turn you could have played KC-KC-Bridge-Bridge-Goons for 2 more buys.  :P
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #108 on: December 21, 2011, 11:10:07 am »
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Well, I tried to resist posting this one here because I've mentioned it in a couple other places on the forum, and because it's yet another King's Court / Grand Market / Bridge megaturn, but eventually I decided it belongs on a "greatest Isotropic moments" list for sheer neatness if for no other reason: that time when I had exactly 32 buys and used them to buy all eight Colonies, Provinces, Duchies, and Estates on one turn.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110528-203921-3ccc87fc.html


On that last turn you could have played KC-KC-Bridge-Bridge-Goons for 2 more buys.  :P

Yes but there's something much more beautiful about having exactly 32 buys.... 4 types of victory cards and 8 each.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #109 on: December 21, 2011, 11:30:48 am »
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Well, if we're going for KC-KC-Bridge megaturns:

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111007-161959-1788e93c.html

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You draw a Wharf and a Bridge and get +1 buy from your Wharf.
You play a City.
... You draw a City and get +2 actions.
You play a City.
... You draw a Bridge and get +2 actions.
You play a City.
... You draw a King's Court and get +2 actions.
You play a King's Court.
... You play a Wharf.
... ... You draw a Copper and a Silver and get +1 buy.
... You play the Wharf again.
... ... You draw a King's Court and a Steward and get +1 buy.
... You play the Wharf a third time.
... ... (You reshuffle.)
... ... You draw a Royal Seal and a King's Court and get +1 buy.
You play a King's Court.
... You play a King's Court.
... ... You play a Bridge.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge again.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge a third time.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... You play the King's Court again.
... ... You play a Bridge.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge again.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge a third time.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... You play the King's Court a third time.
... ... You play a Bridge.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge again.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
... ... You play the Bridge a third time.
... ... ... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
You play a Festival.
... You get +2 actions, +1 buy, and +$2.
You play a Steward.
... You draw a Chapel and a Bridge.
You play a Bridge.
... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
You play a Bridge.
... You get +1 buy, +$1, and all costs are reduced by $1.
You play a Copper, a Royal Seal, and a Silver.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Fairgrounds.
You buy a Province.
You buy a Gold.
You buy a Duchy.
You buy an Estate.
You buy a Duchy.
You buy a Duchy.
You buy a Duchy.
You buy a Duchy.
You buy an Estate.

The game is over! (All Provinces are gone.)
Jack Rudd has 71 points (8 Fairgrounds [16 different cards], 5 Duchies, a Province, and 2 Estates) and took 22 turns.
dasbruce has 54 points (7 Provinces, 3 Duchies, and 3 Estates) and took 22 turns.

It's common to pull those off; it's rarer to do it when you're already 7-0 down in Provinces.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #110 on: December 21, 2011, 03:03:54 pm »
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http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/21/game-20111221-055049-262f2ce7.html

Yeah, I just played this game. Got out to a big lead. My opponent then started to try to grind me down with a version of the KC-Masq-Margrave Lock. And I won! Love that

On a similar note: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110815-152439-09c6734f.html

This was back during the days where Paralyzed and his ilk were roaming the earth; my final turn was probably in poor taste but I figured it was deserving payback for the setup, which was put in place juuuuust one turn too late.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #111 on: December 21, 2011, 03:44:51 pm »
+1

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111205-151300-381644ec.html

In a KC-Masq pin game (without handsize attacks!) we manage to pin each other. Check out turns 19 and 20:

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--- GendoIkari's turn 19 ---
GendoIkari buys a Copper.
(GendoIkari reshuffles.)
(GendoIkari draws: a Copper.)
   

   --- Yoyo's turn 19 ---
   Yoyo buys a Copper.
   (Yoyo reshuffles.)
   (Yoyo draws: a Copper, a Masquerade, and 2 King's Courts.)


--- GendoIkari's turn 20 ---
GendoIkari plays a Copper.
GendoIkari buys a Copper.
(GendoIkari reshuffles.)
(GendoIkari draws: 2 Coppers.)
   

   --- Yoyo's turn 20 ---
   Yoyo buys a Copper.
   (Yoyo reshuffles.)
   (Yoyo draws: a Masquerade, 2 Coppers, and 2 King's Courts.)

I had 5 Provinces by the time the pin started. He wins both because he had trashed my deck more than I'd trashed his, and he had cards on his Native Village mat.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #112 on: December 21, 2011, 04:34:36 pm »
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http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/21/game-20111221-055049-262f2ce7.html

Yeah, I just played this game. Got out to a big lead. My opponent then started to try to grind me down with a version of the KC-Masq-Margrave Lock. And I won! Love that

On a similar note: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110815-152439-09c6734f.html

This was back during the days where Paralyzed and his ilk were roaming the earth; my final turn was probably in poor taste but I figured it was deserving payback for the setup, which was put in place juuuuust one turn too late.

What do you mean by poor taste? I thought it was common practise to maximise your points once you've already finished the game?
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« Reply #113 on: December 21, 2011, 06:24:43 pm »
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this is my favorite win. there's gardens, but there's no +buy. the dominant strategy is moneylender + venture. but i really wanted a gardens game, so i open shanty town + thief and proceeded to buy nothing but shanty towns, thieves, cellars, and green. after i got behind by 3 provinces, i started to make a self-deprecating joke butdecided not to. i'm glad i didn't; i still don't know how to analyze what happened this game.

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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #114 on: December 22, 2011, 02:21:43 am »
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--- BullCityFats's turn 16 ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---
      --- dysprog's turn (possessed by lazer42) ---
--- BullCityFats's turn (possessed by dysprog) ---
   --- lazer42's turn (possessed by BullCityFats) ---





Damn you, now that's going to be in my head for 3 days, and whenever I play a Possession game.
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« Reply #115 on: December 22, 2011, 12:10:12 pm »
+1

Here's a pretty funny game I just played.

   — modillen's turn 17 —
   modillen plays a Trader.
   ... trashing a Province.
   modillen plays a Copper and 2 Silvers.
   modillen buys a Trader.
   (modillen draws: 2 Coppers and 3 Silvers.)

It was a Gardens-Trader game, and the Silver pile actually ran out. I think my opponent was on autopilot and didn't realize this, so he trashed his Province for no reason. (He did it again a few turns later, trashing a Gold for nothing when he could have bought a Duchy.)

Even if there were enough Silvers left, I don't think this is a good play because a Province is guaranteed 6 points, whereas trading it for 8 Silvers gives you an expectation of 0.7 points per Garden. He only had 3 Gardens, but you'd need 9 Gardens to make this play profitable points-wise. Still, I got a kick out of it.

http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/22/game-20111222-090033-373e94bf.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #116 on: December 22, 2011, 01:35:02 pm »
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I'd say it could be okay if you have 5 or 6 Gardens, and the game is likely to drag out a while longer since it ought to help out the buying power in a heavy green deck, but now that I have said that, I am not sure what is going on if you have 5+ Gardens, a Province, and expect the game to drag out much longer.

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« Reply #117 on: December 23, 2011, 12:34:10 pm »
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There were no $2 cards in the game.  My opponent opened nothing/Hunting Party.  This backfired rather spectacularly on his turns 3 and 4:

   --- mac'n's turn 3 ---
   mac'n plays a Hunting Party.
   ... drawing 1 card and getting +1 action.
   ... revealing 2 Coppers and 3 Estates.
   ... revealing a Copper, a Copper, a Copper, a Copper, and a Copper.
   ... discarding 5 Coppers.
   mac'n plays 2 Coppers.
   (mac'n reshuffles.)
   (mac'n draws: a Copper, a Hunting Party, and 3 Estates.)

   --- mac'n's turn 4 ---
   mac'n plays a Hunting Party.
   ... drawing 1 card and getting +1 action.
   ... revealing 2 Coppers and 3 Estates.
   ... revealing a Copper, a Copper, a Copper, a Copper, and a Copper.
   ... discarding 5 Coppers.
   (mac'n reshuffles.)
   (mac'n draws: 3 Coppers and 2 Estates.)

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« Reply #118 on: December 23, 2011, 01:09:08 pm »
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We all rejoiced in our shared victory. All three players had exactly the same victory cards. We even all bought a Farmland and trashed an estate when we bought it.

http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/23/game-20111223-095545-cb910684.html

MLoki, Kyrel, and Algorithm rejoice in their shared victory!
All Provinces are gone.

cards in supply: Bazaar, Bureaucrat, Crossroads, Farmland, Fishing Village, Hamlet, King's Court, Merchant Ship, Tournament, and Tribute
Default card selection was used.
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#1 MLoki: 28 points (4 Provinces, a Farmland, and 2 Estates); 19 turns
       opening: Bureaucrat / Silver
       [34 cards] 3 Bazaars, 3 King's Courts, 3 Tournaments, 2 Fishing Villages, 1 Bureaucrat, 1 Farmland, 1 Trusty Steed, 7 Coppers, 5 Silvers, 2 Golds, 2 Estates, 4 Provinces

#1 Kyrel: 28 points (4 Provinces, a Farmland, and 2 Estates); 19 turns
       opening: Fishing Village / Tournament
       [31 cards] 4 Fishing Villages, 4 Merchant Ships, 3 Tournaments, 2 Bazaars, 1 Bag of Gold, 1 Farmland, 1 King's Court, 7 Coppers, 1 Silver, 1 Gold, 2 Estates, 4 Provinces

#1 Algorithm: 28 points (4 Provinces, a Farmland, and 2 Estates); 19 turns
           opening: Bureaucrat / Fishing Village
           [37 cards] 5 Bazaars, 4 Bureaucrats, 1 Farmland, 1 Fishing Village, 1 King's Court, 7 Coppers, 9 Silvers, 3 Golds, 2 Estates, 4 Provinces

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trash: 3 Estates
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #119 on: December 23, 2011, 02:56:35 pm »
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here are a few of my favorite games. a bit of luck, a bit of brag.

beautiful shuffle luck - a near-perfect draw for the board allows me to have a deck of 2 grand markets, 2 spies, a remake, and a few silver in 7 turns.

"the duchy/cellar" - this one is under my old (group play) nick. i try gardens strategies on probably 95% of the boards i see them, and my opponent knew this. not sure what i was thinking, but i went with a wildcard play and was somehow able to pull off a draw with my nemesis.

finishing in style - i put this one in the Finishing in Style thread but it can probably go here too. i put an embargo on curses so that i could finish them off to steal an undeserved win.

7 point gardens - with the help of his ambassador, i managed to get 7 point gardens when the only plus buy/gain in the game was a contraband.
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« Reply #120 on: December 23, 2011, 11:25:33 pm »
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http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111204-110639-f9e5fc6d.html

Here's a ridiculous game that featured the dreaded King's Court-Scheme and the even more dreaded King's Court-Goons-Masquerade, which backfires, destroying its own deck. Bear with the fog of Masquerade...

   --- Elyv's turn 21 ---
...
   (Elyv draws: a Masquerade, a Fishing Village, 2 King's Courts, and a Goons.)

This and 1 copper is Elyv's entire deck at this point, and I'm pretty sure the preceding turns have been working up to this, since Elyv isn't even buying anything for VP with Goons.

   --- yoz's turn 22 ---
yoz puts a King's Court, a Scheme, and a Masquerade back on the deck (first on top).
(yoz reshuffles.)
(yoz draws: a Masquerade, a Scheme, a King's Court, a Crossroads, and an Ambassador.)

On my turn, I play some Masquerade followed by some Goons -- probably not the correct order, but Elyv ends up with 2 King's Courts and a Masquerade in hand. Then Elyv's combo goes poorly from this standpoint, as I save the copper I receive in Masquerade #1 to pass back in Masquerade #3:

   --- Elyv's turn 22 ---
   Elyv plays a King's Court.
   ... and plays a King's Court.
   ... ... and plays a Masquerade.
   ... ... ... (Elyv reshuffles.)
   ... ... ... drawing 2 cards.
   ... ... ... trashing a Crossroads.
   ... ... and plays the Masquerade again.
   ... ... ... drawing 1 card.
   ... ... ... trashing an Ambassador.
   ... ... and plays the Masquerade a third time.
   ... ... ... drawing nothing.
   ... and plays the King's Court again.
   ... ... but plays no action with it.
   ... and plays the King's Court a third time.
   ... ... but plays no action with it.
   Elyv resigns from the game (client disconnected or unresponsive).

The final accounting is:

#2 Elyv: resigned (1st); 22 turns
      [4 cards] 2 King's Courts, 1 Masquerade, 1 Copper
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #121 on: December 24, 2011, 04:14:07 am »
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That was pretty embarassing, yeah. In my (very weak) defense, it was the first time I'd ever tried to set up the pin, but I still felt like a complete idiot.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #122 on: December 26, 2011, 02:07:59 am »
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Posting this one for my friend obviated. The "Salt The Earth" Award, or, for fans of "Oklahoma!", the "The Farmer and the Swindler Should Be Friends" Award:

   --- Howieg's turn 16 ---
   Howieg plays a Bazaar.
   ... drawing 1 card and getting +2 actions and +$1.
   Howieg plays a Swindler.
   ... getting +$2.
   ... obviated turns up a Province and trashes it.
   ... replacing obviated's Province with a Province.
   Howieg plays a Swindler.
   ... getting +$2.
   ... obviated turns up a Silver and trashes it.
   ... replacing obviated's Silver with a Swindler.
   Howieg plays a Silver.
   Howieg buys a Farmland.
   ... trashing a Farmland.
   ... gaining nothing.


All Provinces are gone.
obviated wins!

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111217-200853-5a7d8615.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #123 on: December 26, 2011, 01:43:14 pm »
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krule531 plays an Embargo.
... getting +$2.
... trashing the Embargo.
... embargoing the Hoards.
krule531 plays 3 Coppers.
krule531 buys a Hoard.
... gaining a Curse

http://dominion.isotropic.org/gamelog/201112/26/game-20111226-105239-fecf8b89.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #124 on: December 26, 2011, 01:48:56 pm »
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krule531 plays an Embargo.
... getting +$2.
... trashing the Embargo.
... embargoing the Hoards.
krule531 plays 3 Coppers.
krule531 buys a Hoard.
... gaining a Curse
...because 5 isn't enough to buy the 6-cost hoard?
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