This site has existed for over 5 years. Now that Design-Independent Graduation is implemented, we don't need to wait on a design to have a partial graduation. Our Area51 stats are not perfect, but they're better in almost every category than what Home Improvement, Christianity, Role-playing Games, and Photography had when they graduated, even in our worst score. Can we expect to get at least partial graduation any time soon? If not, what do we still have to do to make that possible?
When a site starts to consistently receive 10 questions/day, we’ll consider it for graduation.
As the numbers you point to show, you're still a bit off the mark there. We also don't see any compelling reason to consider Board & Card Games an exception to that.
I'd recommend you read through the post linked to above, since — as its title suggests — it provides "a clearer outlook on the health of SE sites" ;)
I was able to get a query to show the stats of the review queue from meta stack exchange. From what it looks like it seems that some of the review queues can take a day or more to be dealt with and that will only get slower if the privileges to deal with them increase.
select rtt.name , sum( case when rt.reviewtaskstateid = 1 then 1 else 0 end ) as [Active] , sum( case when rt.reviewtaskstateid = 2 then 1 else 0 end ) as [Completed] , sum( case when rt.reviewtaskstateid = 3 then 1 else 0 end ) as [Invalidated] , min(datediff(hh, creationdate, deletiondate)) as [Minhours] , Max(datediff(hh, creationdate, deletiondate)) as [Maxhours] , avg(datediff(hh, creationdate, deletiondate)) as [Avghours] from reviewtasks rt inner join reviewtasktypes rtt on rtt.id = rt.reviewtasktypeid group by rtt.name