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The game, in my opinion, is a very good improvment on Yahtzee, despite all the ridiculing it seemed to receive in the playroom. It turns the dry arithmetic solitaire nature of Yahtzee into a direct one-on-one challenge. It's not good enough to turn it into a game that I'd necessarily play repeatedly, but it sure deserves to replace Yahtzee (and I bet definitely won't).
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