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Three years of talking and planning and organizing culminated in last weekend's smashing 22nd annual World Diplomacy Championship at Weasel Moot VI. So, now what?
For me, mostly just a lot of busy work...
Dan Burgess was the first to arrive at my home for the Windy City Weasels’ first Diplomacy game on Sept. 10, 2005. He was half an hour early. We talked about a lot of things while we waited for the other players to arrive. (In what would become something of a tradition for our club, they were all late.)
It's late, I'm late, so this will be brief.
When Bar Games Were Bar Games
Remember when we use to routinely field two boards at our bar games? Those were the days. Well, guess what? We currently have eight for next Wednesday's game at the Red Lion. Six more gives us a taste of the good old days. Who's in?
When September Ends
We pulled the plug on last Saturday's game at Peter Lokken's home as we only had five players. I read on Facebook that the Davismen showed up for the Wilsonian game at Conception. Not sure how that one turned out.
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When We Say It's Over
September Diplomacy is over when we say it's over. We squeezed in a third game last night in Peter Lokken's backyard in Logan Square. Check out the game coverage. And take a look at these September numbers:
Season 11 is off to a great start.