For my failed Tichu, I knew it was a risky call. And Ed gave me conformation by over-Tichuing on it.
For my last Grand-Tichu call, I waited until Mike picked up his eight cards before calling it. Luckily, I had the Dog in the last six cards and Mike passed me an Ace. Unfortunately, Ed gained controlled and played Phoenix-J-10-10 and was left with two cards (little did I know they were Ace 2). I was worried that they were a pair and Ed would go out. So, I cratered my hand and played A-A-K-K. I led singles and Ed kept passing out of fear of my Dragon. Adam then plays a King on one of my singles and I could not play the Dragon on it (since I still had singles left). And sadly, I was not able to go out first.
|GT/T||Team #1||GT/T||GT/T||Team #2||GT/T|
|Ed & Adam||Mike & Mark|