Not one of the most important questions you'll face today, but I have a question about the board game Cluedo. Say someone makes a rumour and no one around the board can show any of those cards. At that moment everyone else (or at least all those who have also seen any spare cards at the pool) will know who, what and where. So what's to stop someone nearer the pool than the person who just made the rumour dashing in the pool and 'stealing' the accusation from the former person and winning the game? It seems a little like 'cheating' to me. The idea is to make your way to the pool to make your accusation, on the assumption that only you have obtained that information. But in fact everyone else will also know. Am I missing something?