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March 16, 2023

Pandemic: The Cure

Well, quite simply put, I am now obsessed with the Pandemic world. After a rough relationship at the start with the original base game, my love was rekindled with Rapid Response and Hot Zone, coincidentally during the COVID p...

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March 10, 2023

Interview with Adam J. Collins (and Chad) from The Humble Approach

A few years back, I bought a game of Kickstarter. It was designed by Adam Collins. I was shocked to know I designed a game and didn't know it. Turns out, there is another Adam Collins in the board game …

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March 3, 2023

Pandemic: Rapid Response

I remember seeing Rodney Smith’s video for Pandemic: Rapid Response and knowing instantly, this was a game for me! Oddly, it was a Target exclusive. I had to wait a few months before it came out. I ordered it off …

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Feb. 23, 2023

Interview with author James Polczynski

In this episode, I am joined by author James Polczynski. I came across his book, A History of Mystery and Detective Games, and I had to read it. It turns out, James reads everything he can about board games, too! …

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Feb. 16, 2023

Interview with Game Designers Charles and Chad Massengill

Charles created a game back in 1983 about stock car racing. Now, 40 years later, he and his son have finally produced it and brought it the world. Stock Car Racing Team Game is a fun, huge board, colorful, racing …

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Feb. 9, 2023

Red Dragon Inn

You and your adventuring party are tired and thirsty from your day's fun. You find yourselves at the Red Dragon Inn for some much needed drinks, fun, and tale telling. In this game, you are seeking to get yor friends …

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Feb. 3, 2023

Interview with author Amanda Bridgeman

In this episode, I am joined by author Amanda Bridgeman who resides in the land down under. She wrote the book Pandemic: Patient Zero. Yes, that is a tie-in book to the award winning Matt Leacock board game of the …

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Jan. 29, 2023

Interview with Chelsea Schwartz from The OP

In this episode, Chelsea Schwartz joins me. She has an incredible job title of Hobby Marketing and Influencer Specialist at The OP. She and I have a lot of fun chatting about IP games. The Good ones. Some bad. We …

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Jan. 12, 2023

King of New York

I have never, and will never, hide my love of King of Tokyo. A short four years later, the sequel game was released. King of New York elevates its predecessor's gameplay. The character packs I talked about in the King …

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Jan. 5, 2023

The Godfather: Last Family Standing

In my house, we are huge fans of The Godfather trilogy. We have watched it twice in two years. When an ad banner came up to announce a new Godfather game, I clicked over to and bought it. It …

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Dec. 15, 2022

Interview with Doreen DiCreccio from Mom's Choice Award

This will be a more unconventional episode of Eat Lunch and Board Game. I am joined this episode by Doreen DiCreccio from Mom’s Choice Awards. She and I talk about what the award is, how to get it, some past …

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Dec. 1, 2022

Interview with author Mary Pilon

In this episode, author Mary Pilon joins me to talk about her amazing book, The Monopolists: Obsession, Fury, and the Scandal Behind the World's Favorite Board Game. It is one of my favorite books about board game history. Ma...

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Nov. 17, 2022

Ticket to Ride: San Francisco by Days of Wonder

In this episode, I take a look at the latest from Alan R. Moon and Ticket to Ride, San Francisco. I give a brief how-to, you can always catch a more in depth review of T2R on the original episode …

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Nov. 10, 2022

Corpse Cat

In this episode, I take a deeper dive into Corpse Cat. I recently interviewed Colby Lippincott from Lab Rat Games, who published this amazing game. From the start, you are drawn to this game by its wooden coffin box. Then, …

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Nov. 3, 2022

Dualing Dice

In this episode, I talk about my new favorite dice game, Dualing Dice, by Mythica Gaming. Do not be swayed by its lack of rating on Board Game Geek, the game is very new. What should sway you is, I …

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Oct. 27, 2022

Interview with game producer Colby Lippincott

In this episode, Colby Lippincott joins me to talk about making his company's game at his houe. It is the unforgiving game, Corpse Cat, by Labrat Games. You can, and should, pick up a copy from their Etsy store: LabRatGames

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Oct. 13, 2022

Wits & Wagers

I put a call out to you, the listeners, for a game that I should try at lunch. Kev Con answered the call with the suggestion of Wits & Wagers . So, I tracked down a copy, took it to …

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Oct. 6, 2022

Interview with board game entrepreneur Chris Backe

In this episode, I am joined by Chris Backe. Like me, Chris does multiple things for the gaming community. We talk about the usual topics, as well as his two websites that he is working on to benefit the community: …

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Aug. 11, 2022

Interview with Ole Steiness

I got up at 4:45am local time to interview Ole Steiness who lives 7 hours ahead of me in Denmark. He is the designer of one of my all time favorite games, Champions of Midgard. I will be doing an …

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Aug. 4, 2022


Stratego is a classic 2-player capture the flag game that is almost 80 years old. It has had little to no changes from Jaques Johan Mogendorff's orignal game. There have been some newer versions, some of which I have procured...

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July 28, 2022

Masterpiece (1970)

When I read or hear about a certain game from more than two sources or more, there is usually good reason. Masterpiece kept coming up in my reading about board games, so I felt compelled to track it down. Masterpiece …

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July 21, 2022

The Alpha by Bicylce Games

The Alpha is a surprisingly amazing game from a company typically known for making playing cards. This "Light Strategy Game" (as it says on the box) revolves around the prisoner's dilemma . This makes for fun playing and some...

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July 13, 2022

Interview with author Jeffrey Hinebaugh

In this episode, Jeffrey Hinebaugh, a lawyer by day and a board game book author by night, joins me to talk about his book, A Board Game Education ( and its "sequel" ), and how he reads probably as much …

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July 10, 2022

Interview with FB Page Moderator Krista DiGloria

Krista DiGloria met by chance on Facebook. She is the moderator for a FB group in which I am a member. Turns out, we have a lot in common. She joins me this episode and we talk the usual stuff. …

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