The size of print of this genealogical playing map for Six Generations card game is 28 inches x 28 inches. The map will be send to you rolled in the mailing tube as any paper poster. After receiving it, unroll it accurately and place on the flat surface (table or desk) to rest until it become totally flat and playable.

After finishing the game I recommend to keep it on the wall like any paper poster. This way you do not have to roll und unroll it each time.

For proper care of this board it is better have this beautiful print being laminated. It might cost you about $8 - $12 at local shop like FedEx or else but it's worth to do it to preserve the board in your family for a very long time. For the best results, take it to the printing shop in the mailing tube as soon as you receive it to have professionals unroll it and run through the laminating machine.

The other way to upgrade this playing board is to have it framed with unbreakable glass, or acrylic. You can do it even now while ordering this print from Zazzle. Select the frame of your choice and get it shipped to you as a picture. Keeping this picture-map on the wall in the family or kid's room will bring additional memories about family history, and help to create ideas of how to play Six Generations card game.

If you did not have yet the pack with Six Generations playing cards, you can order it 
here, at this website , also at -- , and other retailers across the globe. This tuck box with 72 cards cost $8.97. With Six Generations Card Game, Immigration from Europe to America edition, you will increase the understanding and value of your family history while having fun of playing smart, family-oriented and non-violent history game!

Board for Six Generations Card Game. 
Size 28 inches x 28 inches.

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  Price: $23.05.

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 NEW EDITION (Updated and published in April 2013)

Review by the Six Generations card game player
KEVIN TUBBS, Alaskan inventor of the beverage pouch.
(Kevin R. Tubbs is a resident of Alaska, USA for 30 years. After being the Owner of a liquor store and the Owner of a restaurant in Anchorage Downtown, Kevin Tubbs invented a highly specialized stand-up beverage pouch, availble for sale at the website of his company

Six Generations is a fast paced action card game simulating the immigration of European settlers into America. There are several variations, allowing you to make up your own games with these colorful cards.

Younger players learn matching and sequence, while older players can work up finer details of winning strategy.

You can easily learn this game, and the first round printing of these cards are sure to become collectors items.

It is no matter what age the player, the colors and symbolism in the cards are easily recognized. Wagers may be placed in advanced versions of the game, similar to poker.

Try Six Generations, you will love it! Children often learn by playing, isnt it time they learned about how America was populated? Perhaps this will inspire them to ask questions about their own heritage.

How many Generations are in your family?