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> Besides, how the hell can anyone play a game of any coherency with more
> than 100 players? What is this Ba Game you go on so much about?
Indeed, how do you round up a team of 100 buddies to play against another
team of yet another 100 buddies. Surely the only places where such games
flourish are big cities as rural villages simply do not have that many
that could qualify as players, i.e. those that have the right size, age and
The required size of the teams is simply too big to pull some kind of
league off the ground.
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