This is a really cool game, but I would like to have more ways to actually narrow down the vampire's location. Even if all the tiles are flipped but 2, and there is a [8+] and [9+], you have a 50% chance of guessing right. The [+] and [<>] tokens rarely seemed to actually help me, since they typically only reveal concrete information excluding lower cards, and still leaving everything as a possible vampire. I would like to see maybe [-] tokens, or maybe some information about the entire row/column like a sum or an 'at least x in this row'. This is a cool gambling game, but it seems like the odds are definitively against the player, and the player has no tools to overcome those odds. I feel like this is more of a vampire coin flipping game and I would love to see it be more like vampire soduko, with betting. Really excited to see progress on this.
Thank you for your feedback, Rob. I totally get where you are coming from. Unfortunately, it wouldn't be much of a gambling game if there was a way to reliably determine vampire cards. It's just not that kind of game.
I will say that the chances are more in your favor than you make them out to be. For example, you can always chose not to gamble on a high-stakes turn. You can simply pass and still walk away with a solid sum.