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It would be nice if some of the people on the leaderboard gave the rest of us a few tips.  I asked for tips on playing 10x10 on the forum once, but no one gave me any advice.

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The screen says "play more to improve your score", but I need to play smarter and can't figure that out.

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I'm with you there.  I would like to see more games that are not time-based.  Mind brain is slow and my fingers are slower.

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I don't mind not being on the leaderboard, but I also sure would like to know how others do it too!

 

When I try a new game, my scores are abysmal but slowly go up.  But they don't go up much.  I get to a point where I stop improving. That is when it gets frustrating.  The only score I want to beat is my own.

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 I try to make the Leaderboard however, I can't seem to make it on Bubble Dragon. I'd like to know the secret. I see several names that always make high scores and would love to hear from them.

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They don't really mattere to me.  I have neuropathy and essential tremors from cancer treatment, and I use the games to try to find ways to gain more control over my hands and fingers.  I'm not good at any of the games, but I keep at it because I don't want to let my tremors get any worse.  I'm not sure it helps...but I know one thing--I will never reach those high scores!

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High Scores only make me work harder to improve my game.
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It causes me to wonder how others can score in the hundred thousands and I can't even get out of the thirty thousand..

 I do play for fun but would like to increase my score on a regular basis.

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MikeS465604 is always immediately in the top spot on Mahjong Candy immediately after midnight every day.   He ends every day as the top player.  I asked my son if perhaps he was using a "bot" that solves puzzles electronically, but he doesn't think so.  During my rare moments on the board, that always are gone by mid-day, I have to tip my hat to this true Maestro of Mahjong, be it Mike or BotMike.

 

Kevin

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I enjoy playing games, but I also enjoy trying to beat the highest score that has been made on the game I am playing. Th fun is in the challenge.

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