This is one in a series of blog posts about Sabacc:
In playing Sabacc, we run into a few of hiccups related to remembering game state.
- In Coruscant Shift, the discard pile is face-down. We have difficulty remembering which is the draw pile and which is the discard.
- Corellian Spike plays three rounds and we would sometimes forget which one we’re on.
- Also in Corellian Spike, there are two betting pots: one for the game currently being played and one for the next hand with a Sabacc (zero).
I decided to make a double-sided play mat to help us with these problems: one side for each variant.
They’ve worked out well enough that I decided to get a couple of them printed professionally on actual game-board cardboard at The Gamecrafter.
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