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Lokken sets club record for board tops in a season

Peter Lokken continued his strong run in Season 6 with another board top in Game No. 141, played June 2 at Guthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville. This one established a new club record for board tops in a season. The old record was set by Matt Sundstrom at five in Season 5 and tied by Lokken at Game No. 139 last month.
The game ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:

Austria (Christian Kline): 8; 25.600 points.
England (Peter Lokken): 9; 32.400 points.
France (Eduardo Salinas): 5; 10.000 points.
Germany (Nate Cockerill): 4; 6.400 points.
Italy (John Gramila): 0; 0.000 points.
Russia (Peter Yeargin): 0; 0.000 points.
Turkey (Sam Bassett): 8; 25.600 points.

Lokken also owns a shared board top this season, so he’s actually topped 6.5 boards.

New player Eduardo Salinas was the 55th person to play with us this year in our 33 games. With most of June plus July and August to go, we’re positioned to surpass our all-time highs of 63 players and 35 games.

In the meantime, let’s hear from Game No. 141’s players. Here’s the supply center chart, for your reference.


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  1. John G

    Pretty simple game from my standpoint. I was trying to work with Austria, but he attacked me in S02, so I invited France to take my dots and threw myself on Christian with reckless abandon.

    The board was really exciting, however.

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