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C-Mac win!

Christian MacDonald won the 2011 CODCon Open, climbing from the middle of the pack to the top on the strength of an 11-center board top in the final round. He vaulted past both Peter Yeargin and Matt Sundstrom, who were on his board and in first and second place, respectively, going into the final round.

The tournament featured seven boards and 24 players. The final standings and supply center charts are located here.
The top board was:

  1. Christian MacDonald
  2. Peter Yeargin
  3. Matt Sundstrom
  4. Nick Rohn
  5. Nathan Cockerill
  6. Mike Morrison
  7. Craig Reges

The Best Country awards went to:

  • Austria: Mark Weiskircher
  • Engalnd: Nick Rohn
  • France: Mike Morrison
  • Germany: Christopher M. Davis
  • Italy: Christian Kline
  • Russia: Eric Brown
  • Turkey: Matt Sundstrom

Thanks to all the players and especially to rookie Tournament Director Dan Burgess who did a great job. Now, how about sharing some of your CODCon stories in the Comments section below for the benefit of those who couldn’t make it?

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!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Ted McClelland

    Despite playing Austria! Nice job.

    Here’s my CODCon joke: Why do so many role-playing gamers have big bellies? Because they don’t want to look down on the unemployed.

  2. Jim O'Kelley

    Here’s my big CODCon joke, uttered during a Sunday morning breakfast conversation about nemeses:

    [b]Mike Morrison:[/b] Who’s my nemesis?
    [b]Me, to Mike:[/b] You.

  3. Dan Burgess

    What a great tournament — everyone seemingly had a good time, the games went well, and the camaraderie was great. I had fun playing England in Round 1, and even more fun playing Galaxy Trucker with Jim and Jeremiah on Sunday afternoon.

    Well done Weasels!

  4. Mike Morrison

    Was that a joke, Jim? I thought it was a life-changing revelation. Darn.

  5. Jim O'Kelley

    [quote]Was that a joke, Jim? I thought it was a life-changing revelation.[/quote]
    These aren’t mutually exclusive.

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