I Cut You Choose (Je Coupe, Tu Choisis)


One player divides a set of resources into different groups. Other players have first choice of which group to select. San Marco and New York Slice implement versions of this mechanism. This mechanism can also be used to divide more abstract resources, like turn order. Many games use the so-called "pie rule" or "swap rule" to minimize first player advantage, e.g. Hex. In this game, the first player makes the first move of the game, and then the second player can choose to switch sides (taking over the first player's color as well as that first move), or to let the first player stay with that color and first move, and the second player then makes their first move in response to the first player's move. After that, turns continue as usual.

I Cut You Choose (Je Coupe, Tu Choisis). Mécanisme

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