We Play Competitively

Today’s party involved a lot of gaming — 304, a bridge variant, was popular with the Sri Lankan grown-ups.

I spent a while trying to learn the rules, and I think I have the concepts down, but now I need to practice with some very tolerant people, because it’s going to take me a while to really understand the bidding / points system.

And my family plays competitively — there’s a lot of shouting when your partner makes a sub-optimal move, for example. Also some of my aunts may do gloating victory dances when you mess up. It’s a cutthroat game, folks, at least the way we play it.

Anand stuck to Smash Brothers and Mario Cart with the younger cousins, and Kavi rather destroyed some friends in Monopoly…

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