Local Woman Disturbingly Good at Social Deduction Games

A recent round of the popular social deduction game Secret Hitler left a local game group horrified by the seemingly effortless deception skills of one of their friends. Karen McAdams completed an impressive twelve-game winning streak, effortlessly lying and manipulating without the slightest hint of remorse, leading some in the group to question just what else she might be hiding.

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Is it Ever OK to Lose at Board Games on Purpose?

You're on a hot streak. You've won three games in a row and you're about to make it four. Your friends aren't amused and they're about to mutiny. Should you throw the game for the sake of the group? Find out in Nonstop Tabletop's examination of whether it's ever ok to lose at board games on purpose.

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