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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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.
Welcome to another episode of Play Boardgames Better Recon. In this episode, I’ll examine Trajan, Stefan Feld’s 6 ring circus of a Euro with more direct competition than many games.
Welcome to another episode of Play Boardgames Better Recon. In this episode, I’ll examine Le Havre: The Inland Port. Its Uwe Rosenberg’s 2-player, fast game based on Le Havre for theme and Ora & Labora for mechanisms.
Welcome to another episode of Recon. This time we are going to explore Village. It was designed by Inka and Markus Brand. Originally published by Eggertspiele, an American edition has been produced by Tasty Minstrel Games and is now widely … Continue reading
In the “better late than never” category, I have finally finished and published the write up of the 2011 WBC Yspahan Tournament Final Game. I think it is a good example of how the game is played by great players, … Continue reading
This is a podcast about Tasty Minstrel’s game Eminent Domain by Seth Jaffee. It has more introductory information than previous Recon episodes because the game isn’t as widely know. I’m a big fan of the game and my favorable opinion … Continue reading
In this episode, I start a series on playing Puerto Rico and I interview Andy Latto, an incredibly good player and a nice guy to play with. I’ll present what I think every Puerto Rico player should understand right after … Continue reading
In this episode I attempt to cover enough probability to help you make better decisions in games, without giving you so much that you fall asleep behind the wheel and drive into a ditch. I interview the gamingest family that … Continue reading
Not only did I attend Total Confusion 25 in Mansfield, I also worked as the #2 Minion for boardgaming. Thanks to Rob Kircher’s experience and discipline, the events were organized and on time. Participation was up from previous years and … Continue reading