WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU FIGHT FOR AUSTRALIA | Fixed cards | Risk Global Domination Strategy


This is what happens if you fight for Australia… Check it out guys! Fun 4 players fixed cards gameplay on Classic Risk map. Grandmaster vs 3 Beginner ranked players…

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  1. This is unrelated to the video, but you said in another (which was very old) that some guy didn’t know how to properly play with progressive cards. He was playing the same way I do. How do you do it?

  2. On the classic map, taking Australia and letting 2 or 3 opponents attack each other for more powerful continents seems to be a very good strategy though.


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