|. . . all trying to win games to add to their common pot, come together in the summer.
One of them, however, is The Mole: a traitor assigned to a separate game to avoid detection and sabotage the group's progress.
Every so often there will be a quiz on the Mole's identity: facts about them, who they are, and what they've done.
Round by round, the low scorers are eliminated until the mystery is solved.
Who . . . is . . . the Mole?
I'm planning to run a live-and-in-person version of the Mole this summer. I hope a few of you are interested;
the more people who play, the more interesting it gets.
Some caveats: This is not going to be a one-day event. My hope is that this will happen over a series of weekends.
I've got some game ideas that involve getting together and others that can be done on-line.
Also, we could play for points, or we could play for money. Not my money, you understand. Each player would
put, maybe, $10.00 into the bank. In the end, the winner gets the money in the pot, the Mole takes the money kept out of the
pot for an unspecified portion of the game, and the remaining players each get a share of the remainder.
What I'd like to know is:
- When would you prefer to play?
- How long would you prefer to play?
- Would you rather play for points or money?