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Current standings for our lunchtime poker game.

Board games

My collection

I've added the board games I own to my BoardGameGeek profile. My collection includes, among others:

Recently played

I also use BoardGameGeek to keep up with the games I've played recently and my impressions of those games. The latest games I've tracked are:

Atlanta gaming clubs

One of the oldest and best board gaming groups in the area is the Atlanta Boardgames Meetup. They play at Jason's Deli at Northlake Mall in Tucker. On a busy night there could be over fifty people playing all kinds of games. Everyone is very friendly and happy to teach newbies; in fact, the main reason I go is to learn new games I might introduce to my friends. They play on the second Monday and fourth Sunday of each month.

The Alpharetta Board Gamers play at Alpha Soda on Haynes Bridge Road the first and third Thursdays of the month. An average group is ten people, so there's usually two or three games going at a time.

There's also the Boardgames 85 group, which plays at Atlanta Diner on North Druid Hills the first and third Fridays of the month, and the Gwinnett Boardgame Society, which plays regularly at Tower Game Center in Lawrenceville.

Office Yahtzee tournament

As a fundraiser for Relay for Life, I ran an office Yahtzee tournament, with prizes going to the players with the three highest scores.

Video games

Other games


Since college I've played at various restaurant and bar trivia games around Atlanta. While I often have a regular weekly game, we've not found a replacement since the closing of Con Sal in Norcross. Leslie and I play at the Mellow Mushroom in Decatur about once a month.

Here's a list of team names we've stored up over the years.

Think Differently games from the official “Jeopardy!” message board.

Miniature golf

Scorecards from miniature golf games.

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games.txt · Last modified: January 3, 2011 by Dave Leach

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