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Low-tech gamers remain loyal to the board

Nick Autges III joined his father, Nick Autges II, at Unity Games XIII in Wakefield. Nick Autges III joined his father, Nick Autges II, at Unity Games XIII in Wakefield. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff)
By Taryn Plumb
Globe Correspondent / November 29, 2007

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With the dexterity of a master Scrabble player, Leanne Gray clicked five plastic cubes on to the board: "U . . . M . . . I . . . A . . . Q." (Full article: 905 words)

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