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A single scoop of Dip for dessert

It takes stamina to be a Weasel. The dust hadn’t even settled over the bloody fields of Glen Ellyn, and there the Weasels were, gathering at the Red Lion to do battle once more.

April 12 was the second Wednesday of the month, so three days after CODCon or not, Red Wednesday went on. Game No. 338 ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:

Austria (Ali Adib): 0; 0.000 points.
England (Chad Carson): 0; 0.000 points.
France (Jocie Nelson): 9; 32.927 points.
Germany (Jake Langenfeld): 6; 14.634 points.
Italy (Brandon Fogel): 8; 26.016 points.
Russia (Sean Clarke): 4; 6.504 points.
Turkey (John Lee): 7; 19.919 points.

Jocie Nelson and John Lee both were playing for the first time ever. Ali Adib recruited Jocie; Jake Trotta, John. At this year’s Weasel Pyle, we plan to recognize the season’s top recruiter. Ali and Jake are the front-runners for that award.

Also, I should note that Chad Carson and Brandon Fogel were the only players among these seven who participated at CODCon. A few more of us were game to play on a second board if the numbers worked out, but not one was disappointed that they didn’t. A little extra rest never killed anyone.

Let’s hear from the players. The supply center chart is here.

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