**Spoiler: completed sequences**

Swinnerton-Dyer: StrangerCoug, Farren (15 points):

- [5, 57, 600] first digit is a 5 or a 6
- [10, 24, 35] when spelled out in English, starts with the letter "T" and has no spaces. (e.g. twenty-four)

Navier-Stokes: Nancy Drew 39, Rockhopper (17 points):

- [76, 7, 165, 250] numbers either contain the digit 7 or they add up to a multiple of 7 (in the case of 3 digit numbers, two of the digits may be taken together as a two-digit number, e.g. 165 -> 16 + 5 = 21 = 7×3)

Yang-Mills: Sirius9121, Not_Mafia (24 points):

- [18, 81, 84] 2-digit numbers where exactly one digit is an 8
- [400, 512, 529, 729] triple digit numbers
- [1, 3, 4, 8] single-digit numbers

It is Rockhopper's turn ((expired on 2020-11-04 08:39:09))

pedit: fixed that one vote count. As soon as Sirius contributed to it in 1402 the sequence got moved to his team's category, so it's in the right place now, but it was wrong in 1396.

I have been thinking that there is not much point to maintaining separate areas for the active sequences because it doesn't affect anything points-wise where the cards happen to be. We could arrange them all together next game under a single heading "Active sequences" without losing anything. I like the idea of stealing sequences but I think if we're going to have it then we need to tweak the mechanics to make it be something more than "the cards are temporarily in a different place now" -- though on a physical table that might be useful for physical space reasons.