Bonus Game: Sinning at Cinner’s!

What’s better than one bonus game opening? How about two bonus game openings? Wahoo! Join us for a Guthrie’s-style game at a new venue, Cinner’s in Lincoln Square.

Sinning at Cinner’s!
When: February 24 at 6:15 p.m. until no later than 11.
Where: Cinner’s Chili Parlour and Cocktail Lounge, 4757 North Talman Ave near the Rockwell Stop on the brown line in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood.
What: At least one board of Diplomacy featuring a visit from old friend Marc Peters of Madison, Wisc.
  1. Jim O’Kelley
  2. Peter Yeargin
  3. Peter Lokken
  4. Matt Sundstrom
  5. Patrick Boylan
  6. Nate Cockerill
  7. Tim O’Donnell
  8. Chris Kelly
  9. Christian Kline
  10. John Gramila
  11. Mike Morrison
  12. Michael Martinez
  13. Nate’s Friend

Hope to see you there!

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Jim O'Kelley

    We need four more for a second board. Who’s in?

  2. Nate Cockerill

    Aash you can play at this place. I know the owner. Just don’t do any premature stabs.

  3. Nate Cockerill

    I think we need a second contest to see who can drink the most 1.50 Hamms without getting eliminated.

  4. Jim O'Kelley

    [quote]Are we gonna have 14?[/quote]
    I’m beating the bushes. So far, I’ve gotten four No’s but also a couple of Maybe’s. Still waiting to hear from a few more.

  5. Jim O'Kelley

    We lost Chris Paxhia but it looks like we picked up Michael Martinez, so we’re back at 13, which is manageable. Plus, Chris Kelly from Meetup may be bringing someone.

    By hook or crook, we’ll have two boards tomorrow.

  6. Jim O'Kelley

    So, we lost our friend Mr. Peters (who was the 1993 DipCon champion, by the way), but we picked up a friend of Nate’s, and I’m still waiting to hear from a couple of others.

  7. Nate Cockerill

    I gave my coworker a copy of the rules yesterday. His name is Brian David and he plays Go. That’s all I know

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