As the saying goes, a tie is like kissing all three of your sisters. Last night’s game at the Red Lion in Lincoln Square was as tight as can be, with Clockwork Chris Kelly’s two-dot lead evaporating in the final year.
Game No. 385 ended by time limit after the Fall 1907 turn, naturally, in a blurry photo finish. The final center counts were:
Austria (Bryan Pravel): 7; 21.121 points.
England (Brandon Fogel): 7; 21.121 points.
France (Chris Kelly): 7; 21.121 points.
Germany (Brian MacWilliams): 6; 15.517 points.
Italy (Ted McClelland): 0; 0.000 points.
Russia (Ali Adib): 0; 0.000 points.
Turkey (Dan Perlman): 7; 21.121 points.
For Bull Weasel Ali Adib, this first stop on his Royale victory tour did not go as planned. For Dan Perlman, meanwhile, it wasn’t a bad beginning to his Windy City Weasels playing career.