Jim O’Kelley and Thom Comstock topped boards 93 and 94, respectively, which were played Saturday at Thom Comstock’s home in Oak Park. The event was another banner multi-board session for the Weasels, as we welcomed four new members to the group — including three beginners — and welcomed back another. (Plus we collected dues from three more people!)
Game No. 93 ended in Spring 1907 in a six-way DIAS draw. The final center counts were:
Austria (Christian MacDonald): 2; 30 points.
England (Gabe Rohn): 0; 3 points.
France (Dave Martin): 8; 90 points.
Germany (Jim O’Kelley): 10; 130 points.
Italy (Jina Dunn): 5; 60 points.
Russia (Kurt Kugelberg): 3; 40 points.
Turkey (Kevin O’Kelly): 6; 70 points.
Dave and Jina were playing for the first time ever, and Kurt was playing for the the first time with the group.
Game No. 94 ended in Spring 1908, also in a six-way DIAS draw. The final center counts were:
Austria (Christian Kline): 4; 50 points.
England (Thom Comstock): 9; 118 points.
France (Andy Lischett): 8; 90 points.
Germany (Zeke Dunn): 0
Italy (Tony Prokes): 2; 30 points.
Russia (Nick Rohn): 5; 60 points.
Turkey (Matt Sundstrom): 6; 70 points.
Zeke was playing for the first time ever. Interestingly, this game featured four of the club’s oldest members in Andy and Nick, who both joined the club in Game No. 2, and Christian and Thom, who joined in Game No. 3.
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Next up: March Madness wraps up at Guthrie’s Tavern on Thursday with another two-board session. Then it’s on to our fourth annual CODCon Open, April 10-11 at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. See you there!