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Much better than other trivia games like Trivial Pursuit. You don't need to have an exact answer and everyone can participate. Only requires a bit of familiarity with each subject.
I got this game because I needed (or thought I needed) a party game in my collection. Among the party games, this one got higher marks here on the Geek. I can tolerate a game above other more mainstream party games, but beyond that, I don't enjoy it. Trivia is more easily tolerable whilst downing a few beers.
While I respect what they tried to do to mitigate some people's problems with trivia games (and I'm one of them who has problems), I think they went a bit too far--this is a game about playing odds more than anything else. Novel and inoffensive, but not much else.
I've had this for a year now (since July 2007) and haven't even really attempted to organise a game with it. 2008-11 It took 16 months but I've played it twice now (and 'hosted' another game) and hope to use it more. Certainly a socialisation game more than a deep thought game. But still fun and worthwhile.
Very light party game. Very easy to teach, fast to play, and induces laughter, which are the best things that you can say about party games. It would be nice if the box had more cards, but "100 games" is good for the price. A little anti-climatic with the all-in question at the end. Playing by the second edition rules, the all-in question doesn't affect things as badly. At lest, that the perception. Makes for the perfect "big group" (>28 people) game show.
Party game that doesn't involve loads of downtime or awkward silliness; the bidding system is a bit problematic, with big swings and runaway leaders, but maybe improved in the "family" version
Trivia craps. All the questions have numerical answers and are generally not the type of answer that anyone knows exactly, making it a more even playing field for non-trivia types. Players make their guesses and then bet on whichever guess(es) they like best. Easy to teach, fun for all. Donated to Library 1/19
This game is brilliant. It elegantly designs around the 'now-it-all' problem that has plagued trivia games forever. If you don't know the answer, you can simply bid on the person you think does. Also, unlike many other trivia based games, everybody gets to answer every question, which helps keep people interested and active throughout the game. The wacky questions and the occasional huge answer gap creates a fun experience, that is sure to conjure up some laughs.