A collection of Weasels, new and old, braved the pandemic to push some blocks around a board at the Red Lion.
|Austria||(Chuck Quinn)||3 centers||11.200 points|
|England||(Wes Ketchum)||6 centers||14.200 points|
|France||(Brian Shelden)||6 centers||14.200 points|
|Germany||(Jake Trotta)||0 centers||0.000 points|
|Italy||(Brandon Fogel)||11 centers||44.200 points|
|Russia||(Jay Honnold)||8 centers||16.200 points|
|Turkey||(Dan Perlman)||0 centers||0.000 points|
First-time player Wes Ketchum joined two Weasels playing in their second game, Jay Honnold and Chuck Quinn. Sharpshooter Jake Trotta made a long awaited return, and former Prime Weasel Brian Shelden, visiting from Vermont, made a rare appearance. They joined current Sneak members Brandon Fogel and Dan Perlman for an intriguing matchup of new and not so new.
On this night, the old hand got the upper hand. Fogel secured a board top by stabbing his Austrian ally in 1906 and then driving the knife in deeper in 1907. Honnold, beset by foes on all sides through 1904, rebounded to finish in second. Fogel and Honnold also sit at the top of the current standings.
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