Tickets to play Cones Of Dunshire cost $100 each and were limited to 33 people; the game reportedly sold out within minutes. The position of Ledgerman—a player who does not compete, but keeps score in a snappy captain’s hat—was auctioned off live at the event. The game was played on an oversized mat rather than a board for easier viewing; a commenter on the website describes the gameplay as “pretty chaotic,” but from pictures of the match it looks like everybody had a lot of fun. And according to Mayfair, the event raised over $20,000 for the Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana’s BackPacks program, which is always a good thing.