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Which family games will you be playing on Christmas Day? Share your views in our poll

PUBLISHED: 18:47 17 December 2017

What board game will you be playing at Christmas. PICTURE: Getty Images/Image Source

What board game will you be playing at Christmas. PICTURE: Getty Images/Image Source

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Christmas comes but once a year, but family rivalries can last forever.

The Christmas lights are on, the pantos are in full swing and many of us have already got our presents ready; the big day will soon be upon us.

For many Christmas Day is a chance to relax and spend time with family.

A bit of peace after the hustle and bustle of the festive build up.

However, that peace is often broken when relaxation turns to rivalry as family members are pitted against each other for a Christmas game.

But which festive favourite will you be playing on Christmas Day?

Share your views in the poll above and leave your thoughts in the comments.

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