You come home from a business dinner, trade show, or conference, and your wallet is stuffed with business cards of folks you’ll likely never meet again. So what to do with all those cards? Don’t throw them away! Make them fight to the death!
PowerLunch is a stand-alone Collectible Trading Business Card Game (CTBCG) for two players. Using only these simple rules and a deck of random business cards, you and your opponent can wage war over what really matters: which of you will pay for lunch!
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