March Madness Tips off Tomorrow!

Our third annual March Madness tips off tomorrow at the Prime Weasel’s pad in Oak Brook. The game will begin at 9 a.m. (And as an aside, one of the players is seeking a replacement, so if you want to play, speak up.)

This year, other clubs on the continent are getting in on the action. The Houston group also will be playing tomorrow, while the Potomac Tea & Knife Society will tip off on Sunday. Later in the month, we expect to see games in the Bay Area, Vancouver, New England and possibly Toledo.

We still need one more for next Saturday’s game at Dan Burgess’ home in Downers Grove. And to free Dan to concentrate on blogging and serving you beer, we could actually use two more players.

The event at Thom Comstock’s home in Oak Park on March 20 needs two more players to round out a second board. Thom is promising prizes, including a Diplomacy game and one of Greg’s cool linen maps.

Finally, the wrap-up event at Guthrie’s Tavern on March 25 needs one more player for a second board.

Don’t miss an opportunity to tune up for the CODCon Open, which is right around the corner on April 10-11. Grab one of these openings today!

Join the discussion!

Find out more about an upcoming event or article, talk smack before a game, brag about your board top, or most likely, ask what on earth your fellow Weasels were thinking!

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  1. Jim O'Kelley

    We found our new seventh for tomorrow’s game. Christian MacDonald, the consummate diplomat, figured it would be a good idea to spend some quality time with his family tomorrow, so he asked me to find a replacement, which I did, after numerous phone calls, texts and emails.

    Thanks to everyone I contacted for your consideration and especially to Columbus expat Nate Cockerill, who stepped forward. Just another example of Weasels helping Weasels.

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