(only use in 3-8 player games) Grab that dish you missed out on earlier by reaching over and taking it with your spoon. 14x Tempura 2. Each of Chris's edamame is therefore worth 2 points (1 per opponent with any edamame) for a total of 6. Sushi Go Party! 5x Squid Nigiri At the end of the game, players compare how many pudding cards they have. Well wasabi is more powerful because it will usually score you 6 or 9 points. Facebook. Needless to say, you should try to stay risk-averse unless you have confidence you will be able to complete the combo. First Pick – Rarely. Not feeling like eating one of your dishes now? Thanks. Once your combo is complete all additional dumplings are worthless. If you have, you have some practicing to do. Chris scores 4 points. You might need to show some discretion if you are playing with strong enough players to first pick squid nigiri, since they might cut you out of it right away. PPC – 2.5 Chopsticks on the other hand will get you a more modest 5-6 points, but they will never give you 0. If you take them first the chances that you can grab a solid combo like 2x tempura, combo-wasabi, double maki or even double sashimi is very high. Like wasabi, the sticks are very strong early and taper off in value quickly. After the third pick it usually becomes egg nigiri fodder… Or worse. That information will tell you if you should draft for points, or draft to block your opponents. That being said, grabbing a 3-maki is an excellent investment because in most pools it will be enough to at least get you 3 points either from taking 2nd place, or grabbing another later-pick maki for 1st place. 6x Wasabi 12. 14x Dumpling 4. Everyone's always jealous of that one person who orders a hot cup of miso soup! On top of that, there is a reasonable chance 3 sashimi aren’t even in the pool and you are drawing dead. 6x 1Maki Let me know if this guide has helped you, and certainly let me know if you have some tips of your own! If that is the case, keep in mind how much value each maki will bring you compared to other cards. Pick up the most points and you’re on a Sushi Roll! A short but complete explanation of the rules of Sushi Go, the card game. That is where knowing the score comes in. Drafting rewards analysis and there is less luck involved than most people think. However, if more than 1 miso soup is played on the same turn (including by you), then all these miso soup cards are immediately discarded and will not score at the end of the round. Nothing happens on the turn when you initially play a spoon. The following are some Sushi Go rules to help you gain a better understanding of how to play Sushi Go..Pick a card from the cards in your hand and place face-down in front of you. Go through the discards for this last round and pull out all of the discarded Pudding cards, and place them face up next to the discard pile. Give your spoon card to the player you took it from, to place in their hand. First Pick: Always. Maki – In a 1v1 game Maki only score 6 points for most, and 0 points for second most. A player must have at least 1 maki roll card to receive any points for maki rolls. That means statistically, you should see 9 puddings total in a 4-player game. Only the points for most pudding cards are awarded. Kerry and Andrew both lose 4 points. Even the fallback plan of salmon nigiri gives you a respectable 6 points; better than a tempura combo. is the very successful lightweight drafter follow up to Sushi Go! In a 2 player game: The player with the fewest pudding does not lose any points. This site is dedicated to promoting board games. After the general evaluation I am going to evaluate the first pick potential. (only use in 2-6 player games) Enjoyed a dish you've already eaten and want more of it? The player with the fewest (including 0) loses 6 points. fronte a se, può prendere 2 carte di sushi in un turno! Use chopsticks to grab those two dishes you really need at the same time. End of the round: Compare how many temaki roll cards you have. This is a great one for anyone looking for something quick and easy to learn but with enough strategy to make it interesting. A spoon card allows you to take a card from another player's hand. The same is true for asking for "3 maki rolls" or just "maki rolls", etc. But be careful which sushi you allow your friends to take; it might be just what they need to beat you! For example sashimi, egg nigiri, sashimi, 1maki, pudding, 2maki, salmon, salmon. If multiple players tie for most or fewest, all tied players gain or lose the full points. If you have 1 tempura, you score 0. There are only 10 puddings in the entire deck. All with cute ‘kawaii’ pictures of your favourite sushi, with little smiles that makes your heart melt. I say potentially because often times you are only drafting an opportunity for points, in the case of Maki, Sashimi, Tempura … pretty much anything but Nigiri. Do not just start taking all the maki to make sure. The problem with sashimi is how easy it is for other players to block you from getting the third one. If the answer is yes, then first pick the pudding and draft each one you see. as all players are turning over their played cards. But even then, you should be able to snag a salmon which is fine. In packs 2 or 3 you should first pick pudding if it is going to put you into first, or get you out of last.