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Etymology [ edit ]
+ side board
sideboard ( plural ) sideboards
A piece of
dining room furniture having drawers and shelves for linen and tableware; originally for serving food. A
board that forms part of the side of something.
( in the plural , chiefly Britain ) Sideburns.
( collectible card games ) A set of cards that are separate from a player's primary deck, used to customize a match strategy against an opponent by enabling a player to change the composition of the playing deck.
1995, Larry W. Smith, Learn Magic Cards, , page 80: ISBN 1556224605
Cards can only be exchanged between the playing deck and the sideboard on a one-to-one basis between duels or matches, and any number of cards, up to fifteen, can be exchanged at once.
1995, George Baxter & Larry W. Smith, Mastering magic cards, : ISBN 1556224575
Many of your best chances to overcome opposing decks lie in the development of a strong sideboard.
2006, John Kaufeld & Jeremy Smith, Trading Card Games For Dummies, , page 61: ISBN 0470044071
If you plan on playing in tournaments, you'll want to construct a sideboard for your deck.
2010, Kelly Nicole Czarnecki, Gaming in Libraries, , page 54: ISBN 1555707092
They can have a 15-card sideboard or no sideboard. The sideboard can be used to replace cards in the deck after each game.
Synonyms [ edit ]
( furniture used for serving food ) : See buffet
( furniture used for displaying tableware ) : cupboard ( obsolete )
Translations [ edit ]
a board that forms part of the side of something
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