Quebec 1759 gamer
Burt Decaire and Greg Sawchuk
Cranbrook, BC Canada
We play Québec 1759 in our
warkitchen every Tuesday afternoon and no matter how many times we
play, we want more. We crave this game. We never tire of it. We can't
wait to play again, to rectify past mistakes, to try new stratagems and
tricks, to lay new traps and deceptions…
- We've never played a better two man
- Every game is different. Even after
playing hundreds of games, no game is alike. Update 2013: More than 2000 Québec games played.
- The game is historically accurate.
- You learn more about military history
by playing this game than in reading books. It teaches you when to
deceive, when to fight, and when to retreat.
- Battles are exciting, realistic and
- Time is of the essence in a battle and
the 16 move format captures this principle. Yet within each move there
are countless possibilities.
- Fate and Providence are also
ineluctable in every battle situation… and the role of fate is
incorporated in this game through the dice.
Burt and Greg