• Tag logical leftism

    Résultats pour la recherche du tag logical leftism :
  • Leftism (playing leftmost when several cards are clued) logically results from the following efficient principle: one should clue playables as soon as possible  (ASAP) (otherwise the clue might become ruined by future draws)   OK. Now, if you extend this  logically : 1) A clue that is not...

    Lire la suite...

  • The first impression a CL player might have after playing LL is – it’s slower and therefore less efficient. Let’s look into the strengths and weaknesses of both styles.  Note that not all these points have the same "weight".   LL CL You can save unique cards safely True, with either value...

    Lire la suite...

  • Although LL originally means “logical leftism”, the expression gradually extended to a whole logical playstyle. Here are the differences, in terms of strategic impact, between LL and the style commonly played on BGA.

    Lire la suite...

  • In conventional leftism, when you receive a clue that hits multiple cards, you play leftmost among them, claiming “ if the play were not on the left, they would have told me earlier ” (following the “ clue playables ASAP ” principle). BUT , the above green claim is often not true, for a...

    Lire la suite...