Up & Away Games
Sample Solitaire Playing
An account of a solitaire playing. The human is playing the Conservatives;
the Liberals are played by "the Opponent", i.e. using the non-player rules.
The initial Statesmen (the five oldest from each side), (randomly-dealt)
additional cards and votes in Congress:
|Benjamin Franklin ||Washington (President, party leader) |
|Patrick Henry||John Adams (Vice President)|
|George Clinton ||James Wilson|
|Thomas Jefferson (party leader) ||Oliver Ellsworth|
|James Madison ||John Jay (Chief Justice)|
|Expose a Spy, Coalition Building, James Monroe ||Coalition Building, Pennsylvania Divides Its Vote, Elbridge Gerry|
|18 votes ||21 votes|
- The following states are in play: "New England" (NE - 38 votes), New York (NY - 12), Pennsylvania (PA -15), New Jersey (NJ - 7), Maryland (MD - 10), Delaware (DE - 3), Virginia (VA - 23), "Carolinas" (NC - 22) and Georgia (GA - 4).
Public Support is at 0, i.e. neutral.
- The national Deficit is $30 million.
- The nation's Reserves are at 0.
- No taxes or tariffs are in effect.
- Public Support is at 0.
- The Tension Index is at 0.
- Each player has 5 influence points.
- Starting office holders:
- President: George Washington
- Vice President: John Adams
- Chief Justice: John oay
- Party Leaders:
- Conservative: George Wiashington
- Liberal: Thomas Jefferson
Continue to Turn 1
Initial Statesmen and unassigned offices
Initial board (using non-standard "ice cubes")
Created: 28 February 2016