1889 5p Teaching, Play-through, & Round table discussion by Heavy Cardboard



Are you interested in learning how to play 1889? Here is your chance! Edward, from Heavy Cardboard, teaches you how to play in this video.

Later, he is joined by Jess, Andrew, Kaon, & Alan for a full-game play-through. Let us know what you think in the comments below, and don’t forget to like and subscribe!

0:42 Video start
1:05 Intro

=======RULES=======
3:46 Game description
4:04 Component overview
8:04 Game overview
12:09 Opening auction for private companies
17:52 Initial stock round
18:14 Stock round
19:23 Certificate limit
20:21 Starting a new company
24:35 Buying shares
25:48 Selling shares
29:26 Operating round
30:19 Paying the privates
30:45 Operation order
31:20 Company’s turn
32:04 Buying private companies
33:32 Laying tiles
37:51 Placing tokens
41:13 Running trains
48:07 Dividends
52:05 Buying trains
55:35 Rusting trains
57:06 Forced train buy
1:00:09 Bankruptcy
1:00:42 Game end and final scoring
1:04:14 Private companies overview

=======GAME ON!=======
1:06:21 Private companies initial auction
1:20:25 Round 1 – Stock Round
1:29:11 Round 1 – Operating Round 1
1:34:17 Round 2 – Stock Round
1:41:57 Round 2 – Operating Round 1
1:44:16 Phase 3 triggered
1:49:08 Round 3 – Stock Round
2:00:30 Round 3 – Operating Round 1
2:01:30 Phase 4 triggered
2:07:46 Round 3 – Operating Round 2
2:17:57 Round 4 – Stock Round
2:40:37 Round 4 – Operating Round 1
2:51:29 Round 4 – Operating Round 2
2:58:49 Round 5 – Stock Round
3:13:54 Round 5 – Operating Round 1
3:15:50 Phase 5 triggered
3:33:33 Round 5 – Operating Round 2
3:42:02 Phase 6 triggered
3:51:16 Round 6 – Stock Round
4:22:57 Round 6 – Operating Round 1
4:47:06 Phase D triggered
4:49:05 Round 6 – Operating Round 2
5:09:05 Round 6 – Operating Round 3
5:21:24 Round 7 – Stock Round
5:37:10 Round 7 – Operating Round 1
5:54:08 Round 7 – Operating Round 2
5:58:49 Final scoring
6:08:17 And the winner is…
6:08:55 Roundtable
6:23:05 Outro

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Comments

  • Thanks for sharing! Just found out about playing 1889 online and this video really helped me get a feel for the game: great stuff!

    Nigel Graves June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Nice! But I think Andrew suggest to others some bad tactics. Awa should not buy that 4 train. It wil rust. If awa buys 5 train in due time it will make money.

    Hinko van der Boom June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Those are some cheap trains. How much was the yen worth at that time?

    ThePenguinEmporium June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Fantastic resource for learning. Thank you

    Victor Glimskog June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • The fact that Jess sat with the mining private company and no public company to utilize the zero cost terrain penalty must have impacted the way the everyone else laid their tracks. It was interesting to see this huge mountain in the middle of the map all the way into the last couple of ORs 🙂

    Daniel Rydberg June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Great teach, thanks to everyone involved. Without this teach I wouldn't be able to run and teach this game for the first time playing 18xx.

    Timox _ June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Is this game or any of the 18xx available to purchase? Just wanting to get into the games, preferably one that has a 2 player variant. Thanks

    Sean Cole June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • I want to play more 18xx so much.
    Only played 1846 and it's amazing need to play way more.

    Thiago Cares Cantano June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • EVERYTHING anyone needs to prepare for their first 18xx, thanks guys!

    theluggage June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • That meme of an SR3 though…
    Edward: I am ok with keeping the red company and not starting a new one at 90…
    Everyone: We don't care! (everyone keeps their red stock)
    Edward: Alright it seems that I am gonna dump it after all! I will start pink at 90!
    Kaon: You liar! Traitor!
    Edward: Wait what?
    Jess: Oh sweet sweet priority deal! All your shares are belong to us! Hehehe!

    Koutentogiwrghs June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • 1:25:20 "If I don't lay track, I'm not obligated to operate which means I won't go back in value." That is definitely not a rule in 1889, or really any 18xx I can think of. Without a legal route you're not obligated to own a train in this one, but you still have to operate, and if you have a zero dividend, your stock price goes back.

    Phil Campeau June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Wow! What a stream! 6 hours!!! And I watched it all… that's how interesting it was. I'm not an 18xx person myself, but I can really see the attraction and the fun you guys get out of these games. I'm tempted to find out a bit more about these games, because I love trains and route building and shares and everything. Thank you guys!!! 🙂

    Tabletop Games Blog June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • This playthrough would have been a lot more entertaining if everybody shared their thought processes more. Get the feeling that some of the players are playing too much to win and not enough to entertain.

    Jonathan Wells June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Wow, 6 hrs. That makes me very worried that my group wouldn't want to play an 18XX train game. I was under the impression this game was 3hrs~. What happened?

    Quinten Compson June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply
  • Wow guys! 6 hours? Best channel ever! A week with Tramways, On Mars and 18xx! Cheers everyone!

    Emmanuel Deodato June 21, 2020 2:31 pm Reply

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