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    by missamo80

    New File: Custom poker chip coins for Board Game: Le Havre

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    by SuperJoeUK

    Hi,

    As above soon to play my first game. I've read the rules multiple times and played a few rounds solo. One thing confused me a bit..



    As above In the rules it states you have to pay an entry fee to use another players building. But in the two playthroughs I have watched they were paying the entry fee when the building was owned by the town.
    The town isnt a player, but these people know their stuff...

    Search on the forums here seems to suggest you should pay entry fee when the town owns the building.

    With this being an older, and it seems much loved game, I'm sure one of you wonderful bgg users can give me a definitive answer

    Sorry if this has been discussed before btw.

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    by Desiderata

    They are playing correctly. You pay the entry fee if the Town owns it as well.

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    by Yeoster

    Quoting the rules on page 5 under Main Action (yellow section on the right side):

    Entry fees must be paid when a player takes a building action. If the building belongs to the town, it is paid to the “Treasury” (the Supply). Players do not pay entry fees to enter their own buildings.

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    by keypro42

    As Einmal said, if the building is owned by the town, you pay the treasury. The rule book says as much in the yellow margin on page five.

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    by SuperJoeUK


    Sorted, pay the town. Thanks everyone !!

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    by SuperJoeUK


    Played my first game last night, with the correct pay if you enter a town owned building rule, thanks :D

    LOVED IT, can't wait to play again !

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    by Korei Khan

    Muffin cake cases (the things you put cupcakes into). The tokens should fit nicely into them. The cases fit on the allocated spots. You can easily see the tokens and access them throughout the game.

    Just something I tried yesterday and it worked...

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    by Jasonbartfast

    I got some cheap plastic paint jars at a local art store, they work great.

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    by LSMB

    Similar, but I have used cupcake paper liners. Cheap, small and just enough to keep the chits in place.

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  • 01/22/18--13:15: New Video for Le Havre
  • by Lukita

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    by Korei Khan

    LSMB wrote:

    Similar, but I have used cupcake paper liners. Cheap, small and just enough to keep the chits in place.


    That makes two of us (I think I wasn't too clear in my post). these things


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    by JosefK

    I remember these being all the rage years ago:
    Bead Containers
    They cover both storage during game play and storage in the box.

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    by jsciv

    BGG just started selling custom bit cup/trays that you can buy as well.

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    by dcm70

    These posts just makes me hungry for some reason.
    Good idea though! I will try the cupcake holders next time we play

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    by DRW1

    Hi all. I'm about to order this game and would (following widespread advice!) like to also get some containers for the resources. I've seen some online that look good but don't know if they'd be too wide for the board. I'd be very grateful if somebody could give me an indication of the maximum width.

    Many thanks in advance.

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    by Simonjohn

    These are what I use, the lids are 65 x 55 mm and fit on the board fine.



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    by DRW1

    Cheers, Simon. That's useful.

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    by LSMB

    Korei Khan wrote:

    LSMB wrote:

    Similar, but I have used cupcake paper liners. Cheap, small and just enough to keep the chits in place.


    That makes two of us (I think I wasn't too clear in my post). these things



    YES!

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