DSP 2000-2009

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Here are the second 10 years (2000-2009) of games that were awarded the Deutscher Spiele Preis (DSP), which is a prize given to a game considered to be a true “gamer’s game” each year.

Only the first game in the list was actually given the award. The other 9 games show their relative positions based on votes cast. See the official DSP site (German) for more information.

You can see the lists for 1990 through 1999 here and the lists for 2010 through 2019 here.

Many games have links to Amazon where you can see pricing and availability.

2000

2001

  • 1st: Carcassonne – Klaus-Jürgen Wrede
  • 2nd: Medina – Stefan Dorra
  • 3rd: Genoa (Traders of Genoa, Die Händler von Genua) – Rüdiger Dorn
  • 4th: Evo – Philippe Keyaerts
  • 5th: Capitol – Alan R. Moon & Aaron Weissblum
  • 6th: Cartagena – Leo Colovini
  • 7th: San Marco – Alan R. Moon & Aaron Weissblum
  • 8th: Babel – Hagen Dorgathen & Uwe Rosenberg
  • 9th: Java – Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling
  • 10th: Das Amulett – Alan R. Moon & Aaron Weissblum

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

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