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Political Junkies and Gamers: If you are not super busy on Super Tuesday...

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Political Junkies and Gamers: If you are not super busy on Super Tuesday...

Time: March 1, 2016 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: HappinessLab Coffee Shop
Street: 756 Chapel Street
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Event Type: game, night
Organized By: New Haven Independent
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2016

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If you do not know what Super Tuesday is you may want to skip this event. The only exception is for super gamers who are to busy to know about anything super other than games.

Super Tuesday is on March 1 and if you love politics or games you do not want to miss this.


Two New Haveners made a fun board game about the presidential election and Super Pacs. Here's the story in the New Haven Independent:

http://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/super_pac_board_game/

The New Haven Independent is holding a game night on Super Tuesday at the Happiness Lab Coffee Shop on Chapel Street, at the Grove in downtown New Haven.

Up to four people at a time can play the game. The game guys will bring enough knowledgeable gamers to station someone at each table to guide players and to make sure no one cheats :)  If we all play nice, or even if we don't and there is interest there will be a series of playoff rounds, TBD. It is all intended to maximize fun while we learn about our political process. If this intrigues or excites you then you do not want to miss this opportunity to play. 


Think you and/or some friends and/or work colleagues would want to take part as one of the groups? Bring it! The playing starts at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday March 1.

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