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Chinatown brought out my inner capitalist, turns out he's a prick

How to make money and ostracise people

Many of the board games I'm fond of drag. Turns ooze together as every chump agonises over their sheep stocks or spaceship armaments, leaving the rest of the table to drum their fingers. I'm part of the problem. I like a good mull, especially in tense situations where a game can turn on a single miscalculation. But the mean streets of business don't leave time for turns. In Chinatown, mulling on your laurels can mean financial ruin.

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Matt Cox

Former Staff Writer

Once the leader of Rock Paper Shotgun's Youth Contingent, Matt is an expert in multiplayer games, deckbuilders and battle royales. He occasionally pops back into the Treehouse to write some news for us from time to time, but he mostly spends his days teaching small children how to speak different languages in warmer climates.