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How to play ‘Pokémon Go’ if you live in the suburbs

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When it comes to Pokémon Go, not all locations are created equal.

If you don’t live in a heavily populated area, then everything from catching Pokémon to locating Gyms can be much more challenging. Luckily, if you live in the suburbs, there are a few steps you can take to maximize your success and minimize your frustration. (If you live in a very remote area, then these tips may be of limited use to you — but they should be a good place to start for people who live in suburbs or smaller towns and cities.)

Know where to look

Unlike densely populated cities like Manhattan or San Francisco, where there are PokéStops and Gyms seemingly on every corner, suburban areas force you to look a little harder. Read more…

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