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Can you name the board game-related answers from A to Z?

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On a Pictionary card, the 'A' stands for thisA
Currently billed as 'The Hilarious Bluffing Game'B
The only move in Chess in which a player moves two pieces in the same moveC
Another name for CheckersD
In Trivial Pursuit, to receive a pink wedge one must correctly answer a question in this categoryE
'Three of one number and two of another' describes which score in YahtzeeF
Despite its name, Chinese Checkers actually originated hereG
In Dungeons & Dragons, these are a measure of a character's healthH
This Monopoly token was in use from 1937-2013, and was replaced by a catI
1995 film where the main character is trapped in a board game for an extended period of timeJ
Diplomacy was known to be the favorite game of this man, himself an American diplomat under NixonK
Which Clue(do) room is between Billiard Room and StudyL
Players build a three-dimensional trap in order to capture this animal, in this board game first published by Ideal in 1963.M
In Ticket to Ride, a destination ticket from Portland to this Tennessee city is valued at 17 pointsN
A shakespearean name for ReversiO
Objective of Sorry! is to lead three of these to their HomeP
The highest scoring 4-letter word in Scrabble (22 points) is closely related to your current actionQ
In Settlers of Catan, brick, lumber, grain, ore, and wool are called thisR
The only mobile Stratego piece that defeats the Marshal, but only if it attacks firstS
Role-playing games often use a four-sided die, geometricaly called thisT
Scrabble-like game where tiles can be stacked on top of one another to create new wordsU
In (American) Monopoly, this property sits between Atlantic Ave. and Water WorksV
Axis and Allies is a series of board games depicting this historic eventW
One of China's most popular board games, it can be called Chinese ChessX
Asian Risk territoryY
A situation (often found in Chess) where it would be advantageous for a player not to move, but they are forced to do soZ

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