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[Bushnell's Law] Best games are easy to learn, hard - or almost impossible - to master

[Bushnell's Law] Best games are easy to learn, hard - or almost impossible - to master [Bushnell's Law] Best games are easy to learn, hard - or almost impossible - to master
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All the best games are easy to learn and difficult to master. They should reward the first quarter and the hundredth.

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