Diplomacy is a board game first published in 1959 that is more popular today than ever before. Players play major European powers in the years leading up to World War I and strive to be the first to control most of the continent with their armies and navies. But here's the twist: there are no dice, no cards, and nothing random in the game. It all comes down to making (and breaking!) alliances with the other players.
You can sign up to play in the 3rd annual AADL Diplomacy tournament here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qprUzVhpuGH1v--CrmLyff8C9LZbR3s49HcnF3lYvf0
The deadline to sign up is February 25th.
Games will be played in brackets with winners moving on to the next level. The final game will be played live at the library and projected on to a screen for public viewing.
To learn more about the game, you can watch the video below and read the full rules.
Video introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOpb7vPX-WA
Find the rules here: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Diplomacy/Rules