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18birdies and the game of wolf


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#1 skmcclure

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Posted 30 March 2018 - 08:54 AM

Has anyone used the new games inside of 18birdies?  I was in a Wolf game on Wednesday and I found the scoring to be confusing, that is, I couldn't figure it out.  I used the default settings where the wolf and his partner should get a single point when a hole is won but it seemed to be issuing 2 points.  And then it had a "bets" also that I didn't know how to use.  I just wanted it to total up our points for us as we went.  Can anyone explain how the wolf points and bets work?  I thought the ability to search contacts for players was really cool and overall it looks like it is really well done.


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#2 abovetherimcd

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Posted 30 March 2018 - 09:18 PM

I am with you. It was way too confusing
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