I started as a go player and then picked up Havannah, Arimaa, and Slither. More recently, I am starting to try and play Polyomino, Hex and Twixt, but Havannah is the only game that I am any good at so far.
If you are a skilled player, you should resign when the game becomes hopeless (beginners should often continue for the sake of learning). Playing a few moves to make the position obvious for spectators or to “find a place to resign” is fine (as is completing a game that is just a few moves from the end), but never resigning is bad form.
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|Game||Rating||Games||Championship level||Infinite order||Won/Lost/Drawn/InP rogress||Tournaments|
|ConHex||1543||105 games||-||46.||+54-51=0~0||40 tournaments|
|Polyomino||1544||65 games||-||80.||+37-27=1~0||25 tournaments|
|Twixt PP||1557||131 games||-||168.||+59-72=0~0||114 tournaments|
|Hex||1546||118 games||-||210.||+52-66=0~0||69 tournaments|
|DVONN||1515||12 games||-||104.||+5-7=0~0||12 tournaments|
|Lines of Action||1408||18 games||-||103.||+5-13=0~0||18 tournaments|
|Havannah||1414||438 games||-||16.||+207-230=0~1||185 tournaments|
|Slither||1539||177 games||-||37.||+88-89=0~0||68 tournaments|
|Catchup||1520||159 games||-||-||+99-60=0~0||44 tournaments|