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Game masters unite ; Competition: Players make their moves at the World Boardgaming Championships held in Baltimore County.
[FINAL Edition]
The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Piven, Ben
Date: Aug 3, 2002
Start Page: 3.B
Section: LOCAL
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Despite her humble attitude, [Rebecca Hebner] won four tournaments at last year's World Boardgaming Championships.

Last year, she was victorious in Ivanhoe, Greed, Monsters Ravage America and Titan: The Arena. This year, Rebecca came in second in Titan: The Arena.

"All the people here are very friendly, helpful, and willing to teach you something about the games," said Rebecca, whose favorite team game is Monsters Ravage America. In that family strategy game, each player controls a monster and a branch of the U.S. armed forces. The goal is to become King of the Giant Monsters and destroy American cities.

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