British Opening

In the British Opening talking is not allowed until all players are on stage. Practically, this means
that the players come on one by one and start an action (ask for example for a location). This
way players take time to create a mood image in which relations start forming between them.
The intention of this game is to create something from the silent play. Only then is talking
allowed. A very instructive opening for teams that tend to strand in chatter.

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