Bryan Pravel posted one of his prototypical board-tops yesterday in Game No. 362, played at Mick Johnson’s place in Uptown: not big, but big enough.
The game, which featured three new players, ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:
Austria (Gus Spelman): 1; 0.490 points.
England (Jamie Armstrong): 4; 7.843 points.
France (Johnny Mercado): 3; 4.412 points.
Germany (Mick Johnson): 7; 24.020 points.
Italy (Bryan Pravel): 8; 31.373 points.
Russia (Ali Adib): 7; 24.020 points.
Turkey (Amy Lehman): 4; 7.843 points.
Players, how did it go? And what did the new folks think of the world’s best game?