18. After how many "primes" do you "shoot"? (Is it 1,2 shoot or is it 1,2,3 shoot?)
This is a common problem which can occur when two decision makers meet for the first time. Due to the widespread appeal of this game, many players bring differing local customs or regional differences that can even occur amongst local players (often erroneously referred to as European rules [2 prime shoot] or North American rules [3 prime shoot]. The best advice is always to ask your opponent how they shoot BEFORE you begin play otherwise you risk showing your opponent your first move (to avoid certain unscrupulous players from taking advantage of the confusion). Should you determine that your "opening prime" differs from that of your opponent, it is always proper ettiquette to offer to play the opening prime of whoever is considered to have "local turf".
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