Prime Weasel Nate Cockerill wanted to work in one last tune-up for this weekend’s World Diplomacy Championship at DixieCon, so he scheduled a bar game at the Red Lion for the eve of the long road trip to Chapel Hill. Predictably, his choice of dates knocked out the rest of us who will be attending WDC (me, Dan Burgess, John Gramila and Matt Sundstrom), but you don’t get to be the Prime Weasel by being a Carebear.
Being a Carebear can, however, get you a shared board top with your Western ally, and that’s how Game No. 246 went down last night.
The contest ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:
Austria (David St. John): 6; 15.254 points.
England (Nathan Cockerill): 9; 34.322 points.
France (Chris Kelly): 9; 34.322 points.
Germany (Mike Morrison): 5; 10.593 points.
Italy (Don Glass): 0; 0.000 points.
Russia (Josh Heffernan): 2; 1.695 points.
Turkey (Ulysses Peterson): 3; 3.814 points.
The supply center chart is here. Maybe the players can tell us what really happened in Game No. 246.