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Why do I have a different reputation score on meta.stackoverflow.com and stackoverflow.com?

I didn't see any change in rep when I got upvoted on Board and Card Games meta; how does the system work?

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No. Aside from meta.stackoverflow, reputation on the per-site-meta's is the same as your reputation on the parent site.

http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/07/new-per-site-metas/

From the meta FAQ on SU which is similar to the others:

What is reputation?

You must have at least 5 reputation on the main website to participate on Super User Meta.

Reputation here is entirely derived from the main website; your reputation is the same here as it is there, synchronized hourly. Votes here do not affect your reputation in any way. However, you can earn unique badges here on the meta site.

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