Its very name inspires fear across Europe. The hint of its formation can solidfy two other pairs, for when the Russian-Turkish alliance starts to roll, it flattens everyone in its path.
In Game No. 216, played last Saturday at Peter Lokken’s home in Old Town, Russia and Turkey looked more like Jughead and Archie than the feared alliance. When the game ended by draw vote in Spring 1908, there was nothing left of them but stains on the board.
The final center counts were:
England (Chris Kelly): 10; 35.461 points.
France (Dan Burgess): 6; 12.766 points.
Germany (Peter Lokken): 1; 0.355 points.
Italy (John Gramila): 9; 28.723 points.
Russia (Ted McClelland): 0; 0.000 points.
Turkey (Josh Mendoza): 0; 0.000 points.
For Kelly, the top was his second of the season, to go along with two eliminations. Gramila and Heffernan were close on his heels, with the latter earning enough points to climb from seventh to fourth place.
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