Our Diplomacy league is the most active in North America. We average more than two league games per month in addition to Tournament play. We score all of our games using the Sum of Squares scoring system, and each player's best three scores count toward the season standings. We are known for our fierce competition, strong traditions, upstanding character and trustworthiness, and the propensity for Turkey to open to Armenia.
The 2010 NADF Grand Prix concluded Nov. 5-7 at the Carnage Accords in Fairlee, Vt. Conrad Woodring, currently of Beaumont, Texas, won the seven-board tournament, but it was Peter Yeargin who won the big prize, officially claiming the Grand Prix championship that he wrapped up at October's Tempest in a Teapot in Silver Spring, Maryland.
A former Windy City Weasel of the Year, Yeargin grabbed the lead from Steve Cooley, currently of New England, by winning HuskyCon in July. He never relinquished it, easily fending off a late rush by the Potomac Tea & Knife Society's Andy "Buffalo" Bartalone. In addition to Husky, Yeargin won Chicago's Weasel Moot in September. Rounding out his best four scores were a second-place finish at Chapel Hill's DixieCon in May and a third-place finish at Chicago's CODCon Open in April. He walloped the field