The following games were played at the Jerusalem Strategy Gaming Club during October.
Blokus Trigon - I didn't play this, but I now have a copy. I understand that it's at least as good as the original, and also plays well with three.
Bridge x 3 - Our group seems to be growing ever fonder of this game as time goes on.
Cleopatra and the Society of Architects - This standard game with weird plastic pieces was good enough on first playing.
Colossal Arena - We tried this one out again and with the correct rules this time. While not bad, it doesn't really thrill us.
Havoc - Not played too often, it's still a nice filler card game which is better than it has a right to be.
It's Alive x 2 - Another filler played often enough.
Magic: the Gathering x 3 - Still a great game. David and I like to Rochester drat from random cards whenever we can.
Pirate's Cove x 2 - I didn't play either time. I hear that it's a fun game, even if it has too much dice rolling.
Power Grid x 2 - Seems to be the game of choice played nearly every week. New maps are just going to bring it back tot he table even more often. Very mathematical.
Power Grid: France and Italy - Our group's first play on a new map was fun.
Princes of Florence - Another classic.
Puerto Rico - The Game.
San Juan x 2 - Used as a filler game while waiting for others to show up. Not taken too seriously, though.