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Beware the Ides of Ted!

March Madness rolls on with round two on Saturday at Ted McClelland’s home in Rogers Park. It will be our fifth straight weekend with a Diplomacy game. But we’re still two players short. We’ve been trying to get one of the five current players into the fold since he relocated here from North Carolina last summer, so it would be great if we could make this game happen. Here are the details. Please sign up if you’re interested and available.


Beware the Ides of Ted
When: March 12 at 11 a.m.
Where: Ted McClelland’s home in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago.
What: One board of Diplomacy.
  1. Ted McClelland
  2. Jim O’Kelley
  3. Aash Anand
  4. Peter Lokken
  5. Tyler Mollenkopf
  6. Mike Morrison
  7. Christopher M. Davis…who’s willing to drop for you.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Jim O'Kelley

    Mike Morrison has signed up for the 12th, so now we’re only one short.

  2. Christopher Michael Davis

    I will do it if no one else will. Unfortunately everyone other than Tyler playing likes to attack me. That’s not true…Aash and I have never been next to each other, but I am sure he has been waiting for his chance.

  3. Matt Sundstrom

    If you guys get done early, my Irish band is at Chief O’Neill’s from 7-9. $10 in, but a very good time and drunk prospects everywhere! I’ll even dedicate a set to WCW if you come.

  4. Jim O'Kelley

    Where will you be on St. Patrick’s Day?

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