Chouettes

 When box takes a partner

 From: Dan Pelton Address: dpeltonil@yahoo.com Date: 20 March 2009 Subject: Chouette Question Forum: BGonline.org Forums

```We had a nice little 6 person chouette Wednesday nite here in town. Box
against the Captain and 4 crewmembers.  I understand that with 7 players
often the box will take a partner.

I'm wondering how the cubes and points work for a situation with the box
taking a partner.  Example, Box and Partner (Player P) play against a
Captain (player A) and Crew (Players B,C,D and E). Do the box and partner
have individual cubes, so that Box and Partner each have 5 cubes? Can team
members double both the box and partner individually?
```

 garyo  writes: ```They split the result. There is only one cube from each player to the box (with partner). If an odd number of points is involved the box gets credit for the odd point (either won or lost). ```

 Keene  writes: ```Its quite easy when you break it down: Box is taking a partner, thats entirely his deal not anyone else's. The Captain and Crew are still playing against the box. So, when Box is handling the cubes, his risk is shared by his partner, to whatever extent was discussed. Typically this is a half share of the cubes in play. The box is still in charge, he is merely financially liable for whatever he and partner have discussed. The same goes for a captain or crew member making an offer - this is outside of the game, and a crew member buying the captains stake in the game still means that for all practical purposes, the captain is still the captain, and must play accordingly - the feature of this agreement is that captain should make whatever play crew member tells him to - unless there are other considerations (like other players with turned cubes etc). Keeping it simple is key. Basically any and all deals made by players with the primary participants of a chouette are outside of the chouette, and should not in any way affect the play or position of the players in the chouette. Make sense? Can you tell I play in a lot of chouettes? ```

### Chouettes

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Cube proxy  (Ilia Guzei+, June 2003)
Dream chouette  (Phil Simborg+, Sept 2009)
Extras  (Daniel Murphy, Feb 1997)
Extras  (Albert Steg, July 1996)
Extras  (Anthony R Wuersch, Mar 1995)
Fish-hunt rules  (Chuck Bower+, Feb 2006)
Interlocking chouette  (wintom+, Jan 2008)
Jacoby rule  (Doug Doub+, Aug 2005)
Legal plays only  (Gregg Cattanach+, Aug 2001)
Los Angeles Rules  (Joe Russell, Apr 2013)
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Lure of the chouette  (Bob Koca+, July 2004)
Mandatory beaver  (Roland Scheicher+, Mar 2002)
Mandatory beaver  (David Montgomery, Jan 1999)
Money management  (Albert Steg, Sept 1998)
Online chouette rules  (John Graas, July 2003)
Order of succession  (leobueno+, Aug 2011)
Order of succession  (Albert Steg, June 1995)
Procedure when captain doubles  (Bill Riles+, Feb 2010)
Split cube actions  (Neil Kazaross, June 2003)
Strategy  (Michael J. Zehr, Sept 1998)
Variable stakes  (Christopher Yep+, Apr 2000)
Waiting for teammate to double  (Øystein Johansen+, July 2001)
When box takes a partner  (Dan Pelton+, Mar 2009)
When does player retain the box?  (Daniel Murphy, Jan 1997)
When is consulting allowed?  (Dave+, Mar 2000)