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Posted Friday, April 23, 2021 | 34 Comments

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Cindy Ferguson
Cindy Ferguson
3 years ago

8/10 – much better than usual!

Sherry Ware
Sherry Ware
3 years ago

8/10 Pretty good.

Nancy
Nancy
3 years ago

8/10 the “common ratio” today, it appears. Not bad for me either.

Patty L
Patty L
3 years ago

9/10… Just didn’t know what they call Clue in England. I wonder how many people under the age of 25 could answer these questions.

Lana
Lana
3 years ago

It pays to go for your gut. Missed 2.

Rich D
Rich D
3 years ago

8/10 I got question 6 right, but actually the King can also move anywhere on the board with limited restrictions.

Beth
Beth
3 years ago

I’m the looser today with 7/10. Can I still be in the club?? Lol

James Shedd
James Shedd
3 years ago

Hmm, don’t know as much as I thought, though I’ve never played many of the games. Scored6/10.

Ruth Pierce
Ruth Pierce
3 years ago

10/10. Unbelievable!! This is a first for me. Usually, I’m lucky if I get half the questions correct!! Have a happy and safe weekend, folks.

Teddy
Teddy
3 years ago

9/10 – Missed one – and that was the Chess question. Understandable since I’ve never played Chess.

Tom
Tom
3 years ago

The king and queen are the only pieces that can move in any direction. The queen can move as many spaces as desired, yet the king can only move 1 or two spaces. Is not the king that is limited?>

David D
David D
3 years ago

Question 6 was poorly and ambiguously worded. “Which Chess piece has the most mobility?” is much clearer.

MamaBear007
MamaBear007
3 years ago

I did better than I usually do on this. I didn’t know what Europeans call the game of Clue.
Score: 9/10

Kate
Kate
3 years ago

7/10. Not too bad since I’ve never played chess, got those all wrong.

Barb
Barb
3 years ago

8/10

demarree1
demarree1
3 years ago

9/10 did not know European name for Clue

mary moore
mary moore
3 years ago

8/10 – missed clue name in europe and # of rooms…can’t believe that!!

ROBERT
ROBERT
3 years ago

8 of 10, also. Does European mean EVERY country in Europe, or just a majority? Also missed the first year of bingo. I’m assuming that one was answered in one of the other quizzes, since I seem to be in the minority of missing it.

Ross Boger
Ross Boger
3 years ago

missed 1. never played clue. didn’t know what a room was in the game

Dan
Dan
3 years ago

8/10 been so long since I played “Clue” & “Chess”!

T. Anderson
T. Anderson
3 years ago

8 of 10…mostly guesses. A long, long time since I played some of those games with my children.

Byron
Byron
3 years ago

So how do the Europeans pronounce “Cluedo”? Kludoh, or Kludu?

Mike
Mike
3 years ago

9/10 missed what Clue is called in Europe. All I could think of was Inspector Clouseau. (Pink Panter)

Ali
Ali
3 years ago

9/10. I missed the same as Mike. I mostly guessed, but the guesses were logical. Fun quiz.

Bryan
Bryan
3 years ago

9 for 10 not bad for a person that has “never” played nor seen any of these games

Steven
Steven
3 years ago

9/10 Not bad considering how long it’s been since I’ve played any of those games. Missed the Clue name in Europe.

Lorraine
Lorraine
3 years ago

Such fun memories. Wish children would get off their iPads and play these socially interactive games. Nothing like it!!!

Kathy
Kathy
3 years ago

Only one wrong. Didn’t know the answer for the piece in chess with some limited moves. I always hated chess. LOL….

Susan P
Susan P
3 years ago

8 out of 10 correct.
Don’t play chess and had no idea what Europe calls Clue

Beth
Beth
3 years ago

10/10 with some lucky guesses…maybe I should go get a Lottery ticket?

Lyle Shoostine
Lyle Shoostine
2 years ago

Would love to do a daily numbrix puzzle. Would your daily newsletter consider it?

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