Our club has held numerous multi-board sessions in our 10-year history, but prior to last Saturday, we had never fielded two boards in two different locations. The 14 players featured three first-time Weasels. Here's how the games went down.
Game No. 274
Hosting Game No. 274 at his home in Glenview, Matt Sundstrom cashed in on his half of the daily double, cruising to a monster board top. The game ended by draw vote in Spring 1908 in the following center counts:
Austria (Brian Beck): 4; 5.229 points.
England (David Baeckelandt): 0; 0.000 points.
France (Ian Trotta): 6; 11.765 points.
Germany (Matt Sundstrom): 15; 73.529 points.
Italy (Mike Whitty): 2; 1.307 points.
Russia (Chris Kelly): 3; 2.941 points.
Turkey (Jake Trotta): 4; 5.229 points.
The supply center chart is here.
Game No. 275
Meanwhile, Dan Burgess hosted another game at his lair in Downers Grove. As we had exactly 14 players for the two games, Dan was forced to play, and as is usually the case, he played pretty well, sharing the board top with Mike Morrison and Tony Prokes. The game ended by draw vote in Spring 1906 in the following center counts:
Austria (Tony Prokes): 8; 27.826 points.
England (Mike Morrison): 8; 27.826 points.
France (Dan Burgess): 8; 27.826 points.
Germany (Chris Cantine): 0; 0.000 points.
Italy (Nick Rohn): 2; 1.739 points.
Russia (Amanda Baumgartner): 5; 10.870 points.
Turkey (Barry Preece): 3; 3.913 points.
Check out the supply center chart here.