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Sunday, 02 February 2014 11:57

March Madness: Caesar, we've got your back!

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March Madness is back for a seventh year as the Windy City Weasels renews its annual campaign to return the month of March to its original pastime: Backstabbing. Take a look at these game openings, check your calendar, and sign up. Check back often, as we'll add news games here as they crop up. And consider bringing a friend to a game. We've welcomed 41 players to the Weasels during the past six March Madness campaigns.

Tip-Off in Humboldt Park
When: March 2 (a Sunday) at 11 a.m.
Where: John Gramila's home in Humboldt Park, 1250 N Spaulding Ave., Apt. 3, in Chicago.
What: March Madness tips off with one board.
  1. John Gramila
  2. Mike Morrison
  3. Nate Cockerill
  4. Don Glass
  5. Ben DiPaola
  6. Peter Lokken
  7. Dan Burgess
Dip at Concentric
When: March 8 at 11 a.m.
Where: The Concentric game convention at the Holiday Inn Itasca, 860 W Irving Park Road in Itasca.
What: One board of Diplomacy hosted by Tony Prokes. I'm not sure of the fee, but presumably there will be a modest one. This event will be similar in size to WolfCon but with more boardgamers present, so it could be a good recruiting opportunity.
  1. Jim O'Kelley
  2. Kevin O'Kelley
  3. Chris Cantine
  4. Ben DiPaola
  5. Nate Cockerill
  6. Don Glass
  7. Tony Prokes
Beware the Ides of March
When: March 15 at 11 a.m.
Where: Tony Prokes' home in Des Plaines.
What: One board of Diplomacy. This will be the third straight year that Tony has hosted our St. Patrick's Day weekend game.
  1. Tony Prokes
  2. Mike Whitty
  3. Brad Harrington
  4. Don Glass
  5. Chris Cantine
  6. Craig Reges
  7. Mike Morrison
Logan's Run
When: March 22 at 11 a.m.
Where: Peter Lokken's new place in Logan Square, 2428 N Kimball.
What: One board of Diplomacy.
  1. Peter Lokken
  2. Josh Heffernan
  3. Jakub Mirski
  4. Ted McClelland
  5. Mike Morrison
  6. Ben DiPaola
  7. John Gramila
And the Nets Come Down
When: March 29 at 11 a.m.
Where: Matt Sundstrom's home in Glenview.
What: One board of Diplomacy.
  1. Matt Sundstrom
  2. Jack Sundstrom
  3. Nate Cockerill
  4. Chris Cantine
  5. Tony Prokes
  6. Mike Morrison
  7. Brad Harrington
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# Jim O'Kelley 2014-02-19 16:12
The March 22 game at Peter Lokken's home is nearly full. One more to go. We're making slow progress on the others. Check the schedule and sign up!

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