Minnesota duo break board-game record

  • Article by: BILL WARD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 11, 2012 - 9:37 AM

It was game on (and on, and on) for two Minnesotans who broke a board-game endurance record by playing Strat-O-Matic for more than 61 hours.

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statsmanJun. 6, 12 9:59 PM

Go for it, boys. As an occasional Stratomatic player and lifelong APBA player, I love your passion for your games. Shaking the dice is therapy for all that life offers us old dice gamers.

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mzaskeJun. 6, 1211:34 PM

I have played Strat-O-Matic baseball (and football and basketball) since 1977. It has been one of my favorite hobbies. I hope the guys are able to set the record.

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lejakeJun. 7, 12 8:14 AM

What a great game - I can't wait to teach my son to play and carry on the tradition. I hope these two guys make it!

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ranger1873Jun. 7, 1210:20 AM

"Since 1962, long before fantasy baseball (invented by Strat-O-Matic player Daniel Okrent) or the EA Sports baseball video game (invented by Strat-O-Matic player Trip Hawkins) came along, kids of all ages could manage their own team of big-leaguers" -- and APBA has been around since 1951, long before Strat-O-Matic. Good to see these two gamers playing the game they love.

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