I tried to find the old games forum, but I couldn't seem to find it... As many of you may know, Disneyland Galaxy's Edge is selling sabacc and dejarik playable games. I didn't see sabacc during my visit (it may have been sold out), but dejarik was there. In any case, I read that the sabacc being sold is not the normal sabacc featured in the EU and Rebels, but Corellian Spike Sabacc from the Solo film, with a 62 card deck instead of 76. Now, Dejarik has had rules made recently for the Jedi Challenges Augmented Reality game. A summary can be found on wookieepedia: https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Dejarik . A youtube review of Galaxy's Edge Dejarik has an overview of the rules. They are not compatible with the Jedi Challenges AR rules, to put it mildly. Furthermore, I did a study of the Dejarik scene in the Star Wars: A New Hope film. Very tellingly, it seems that neither of these sets of rules fits what is actually in the movie itself! For example, the Galaxy's Edge Dejarik rules state that no piece is allowed to move onto or pass the center circle (you can see this rule listed in the youtube video). What does R2-D2 do in ANH? Move the Houjix to the center circle. The Dejarik rules from the Jedi Challenges AR game, as summarized on Wookieepedia, don't fit the ANH scene either. For example, Chewie's Kintan Strider clearly moves 6 spaces in the scene. The AR game rules show the Kintan Strider only has a movement number of 2. The Mantellian Savrip in the AR game only has a movement number of 1, despite clearly moving 3 spaces in the movie itself. What are your thoughts on this?