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djross

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Game Fan - 10 Game Ratings

Member Since: Apr 16, 2006

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Age: 52

Bio: Films receiving a score between 91 and 100 are considered to be a masterpiece.
Longer reviews: https://www.criticker.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5869
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DJRoss70
See also: https://www.academia.edu/94550175/Moving_Images_A_Personal_Record_2023_Edition_

more Recent Ratings

50 45% Checkers (1500) - Apr 07, 2018
70 65% Scrabble (1948) - Apr 07, 2018
60 55% Taboo (1989) - Apr 07, 2018
20 15% Monopoly (1935) - Apr 07, 2018
30 25% Othello (2009) - Apr 07, 2018
40 35% Trivial Pursuit (1981) - Apr 07, 2018
10 5% Battleship (1967) - Apr 07, 2018
"Rudimentary."
80 75% Blackjack (1613) - Apr 07, 2018
"Thanks to Stanford Wong (and others), we now all have the possibility of beating the house."
90 85% Chess (1600) - Apr 07, 2018
100 95% Contract Bridge (1925) - Jan 25, 2018
"Given that my father's uncle was Charles Goren, I have a personal connection to the game. It certainly requires the effort to learn the systems of hand evaluation, partner communication and card play. This acquisition of knowledge and skills must be done collaboratively, which is what makes it so eminently sociable, but this is perhaps what also led to its decline in popularity once the television became the hearth of the lounge room. For this reason it's hard to see it making a comeback, sadly."