Incidental MusicThe theme, space and closing music is performed by Joe DiMarino who has a mission to bring the harpsichord and its music to new audiences.
The music you hear was composed by Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757).
The pieces are excerpts from:
- Opening: Sonata in D major, K. 512
- Breaks: Sonata in C major, K. 159
- Closing: Sonata in F major, K. 151
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Nippon Unboxing Nippon was created by Nuno Bizarro Sentieiro & Paulo Soledade and published by What’s Your Game, in 2015 My first video unboxing. I got this game from my friend, Rob Kircher’s, trip to Essen.
In this episode, I conclude the series covering the basics of running a game tournament. Rob Kircher co-hosts and my son Rich joins us as we review how GMing can go wrong based on our WBC 2015 adventures and misadventures. … Continue reading
115 different people played 60 games of Puerto Rico to determine that Ben Scholl is the 2015 champion. Congratulations Ben! Here I am with the finalists:
In this episode, I conclude the series covering the basics of running a game tournament. Rob Kircher co-hosts and my son Rich joins us as we explore the problems that can come up when running a tournament. Alas, we discuss … Continue reading
In this episode, I continue the series covering the basics of running a game tournament. Rob Kircher co-hosts as we explain the nuts and bolts and documentation aspects of running a tournament. Below are links to example documents we reference … Continue reading
In this episode, I restart my podcasts with a series covering the basics of running a game tournament. I realized that only a handful of people know how to organize and run a board game tournament. We learned by apprenticing … Continue reading
132 different people played 59 games of Puerto Rico to determine that Raphael Philbert-Larivee is the champion. Here I am with the finalists: Below are the final player boards at the end of the game: The tournament has 3 preliminary … Continue reading
Results from the WBC 2013 Puerto Rico Tournament will appear here. Starting with a transcript of the final game and pictures of the players’ final boards, followed by the long version of the event report written by your humble host … Continue reading
Welcome to another episode of Play Boardgames Better Recon. In this episode, I’ll continue the examination of Trajan, Stefan Feld’s 6 ring circus of a Euro with more direct competition than many games.