Ouija Board Estimation

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  • Don McGreal %d 28UTC %B 28UTC %Y às %H:%M 07Wed, 28 Mar 2012 07:51:02 +000002.

    Very interesting. I will have to try this one.
    How do you deal with monster epics? Where would they drag the card?
    And what about if you have a question? I assume if you aren’t sure about a story, you would let the others drag the card and not get much of an opportunity to ask questions.

    Thanks for the post. Looks like a great game!

    Don

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  • Paul Goddard %d 29UTC %B 29UTC %Y às %H:%M 06Thu, 29 Mar 2012 06:47:26 +000026.

    Hi Don – thanks for reading.

    I have added an extra post-it note on the table for “epic” stories, usually the infinity symbol to represent massive stories which need further breaking down.

    You could introduce a “right to question” rule which anyone can use after a vote is cast. I have never needed it as the team members have trusted others enough to go with their guidance without the need to question it, but don’t see why questions can’t be asked.

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  • Abhishek Johri %d 31UTC %B 31UTC %Y às %H:%M 04Wed, 31 May 2017 04:15:19 +000019.

    For monster epics –

    I guess the key is that as soon as the team needs to use anything more than 2 hands, thats a moment to split the story. that way, we can keep the story size in single digits which has obvious benefits.

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