« Last post by Ingix on Today at 12:27:46 AM »
Of course that would be the best way. But because that's something I can't do, my best course for help was was to mention the workaround.
If I lose, but the enemy is likely to finish the game within 1 or 2 minutes, I'll give him the satisfaction of ending the game and will just play quickly.
If I can win quickly, I'll end as fast as possible to not make the enemy suffer through the loss. I mean those situations, where you are certain to win (let's say we had curses and another stack is bought out and I have 16 and instead of getting 2 provinces, I'll just buy out the third stack to sack the win).
Yes, when cards get summarized in one line, they're not always in the correct order.
Is there any reason why this could possibly be a good thing? I think it's only ever confused me. Seems like it should be put on the backlog to fix this.