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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 06:27
Great day for a Memoir tournament! We arrived at 9AM for Daniel's first round match. He lost the first 6-5 as the axis at St. Vith, but managed to win by a significant margin to advance to round 2.

In Round 2, I met a great young player, but my dice were too much and I took the match 6-3, 6-1 at Foret d'Ecouves. As an aside, I continue to be amazed by how awesome Jdrommel's scenarios are. Daniel had a much closer match against the #5 player from last year -- they tied on medals by Daniel won on figures.

Round 3 - Montelimar - I managed to win at Montelimar - I lost 6-5 as the axis, but won handily as the allies with a bunch of middle cards. Unfortunately, Daniel lost in this round to one of the eventual top 5 players.

I met my end in Round 4 - another great young player beat me. We tied on medals, but I lost by one figure. This was one of two one-figure matches in Round 4. I'm disappointed to lose by just one figure, but I'm glad I made it this far - particularly because sam1812 was eliminated in the 2nd round, and van Voort in the 3rd (I believe). tankcommander made it to the finals in Ponyri before losing, but put up a valiant fight.

I wonder if four or five Swiss rounds wouldn't make for a better format...

An amazing day of Memoir ended with teaching LooneyLlama how to play Settlers of Catan. Unfortunately, my son was too tired to play the Overthrough scenario tonight...I hope we get a chance to play tomorrow along with some other overlord scenarios.

This has been a great experience so far, I would highly recommend making this trip -- especially since I heard from a very reliable source that next year (the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the 10th anniversary of M'44) will be a big one and that there will be some added bonuses for attending the WBCs.

By the way, Richard Borg is awesome! He's so friendly and outgoing. It was a pleasure to see him throughout the day and to have him encouraging my son -- which made Daniel's day. I tried to get Daniel to ask him for advice for his Game Design merit badge (one of the new merit badges for Boy Scouts), but Daniel was a little shy about it. It was also great to get some news about upcoming products for Abaddon...

The M'44 community is awesome -- can't wait to play more tomorrow.

Geoff
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 15:07
Good morning, world --

Just a quick report, because I have to get ready for an Overlord in an hour. (LooneyLlama's Stalingrad: Perdition.)

We had 64 players for the tournament.

Congratulations to Warbanner1 on his victory over Tank Commander in the finals.

Delawyvern took 3rd place.

I ran into unfortunate luck against van Voort in round 2. Tank Commander defeated gonzoj in the Mulligan, LooneyLlama in round 2, and van Voort in round 3 -- so making it to the finals was a difficult path for him.

gheintze's son is delightful, and was nominated for the Sportsmanship award, for pointing out that his opponent could take ground onto an objective to win a game. To me, that says a lot about both the father and son.

I'll report on the Overlords later in the weekend. Right now, I have bags to haul, a cityto build, and a ton of dice to roll.

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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 18:45
Geoff and Sam,

Thank you for the updates as to how things turned out and congrats to Warbanner1 on his victory and to TC for his fine showing and to all the online gamers that did well and had the good fortune to play each other F2F as if battling online, all too familiar!

Geoff and Daniel,

Great showing as father and son and particularly to Daniel for his fine show of sportsmanship and a proud moment for you Geoff, appears the family name is in good hands!

As for your insider trading tip Geoff, sign me up for next year! Operation WBC '14 now in the planning phase, only questions, me or me, wife and grandkids!

As for Mr. Borg, nice to hear he designs games one leg at a time like the rest of us!! Ok, that bit was a stretch, but still nice to know he interacts with those to whom he has brought great pleasure to, a class act.

Look forward to the final reports from WBC and continue to enjoy gentlemen!

      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 19:32
It looks like you all had a great time!
And meeting Richard Borg in person seems to be great.

any pictures maybe? Very Happy
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 20:40
Congrats to the winner and all others especially the ladder gamers for being in multiple finals the last couple of years at the wbc.
j.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 23:06
JJAZ wrote on Sat, 03 August 2013 14:40

Congrats to the winner and all others especially the ladder gamers for being in multiple finals the last couple of years at the wbc.
j.



Well folks it was a ride and I did have my chances in the finals. I will let Sam go into greater detail as I do not wish to "steal his thunder". After he makes a more detailed report on the finals, I will add a few comments and comment on my whole WBC Memoir experience. I just wish I had the time to play in at least one of the team OL games there.

I did have the pleasure to meet some great guys who post here.

Sorry Geoff we could not get together to reel off a game or two of Memoir '44 in person.

Eric, it was great playing against you except for the one turn when one of your panzers took out 2 of my tanks in one turn Laughing

      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 03 August 2013 23:07
Antoi wrote on Sat, 03 August 2013 13:32

It looks like you all had a great time!
And meeting Richard Borg in person seems to be great.

any pictures maybe? Very Happy



I will post some pics in a few days.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 04:46
Today was our last day at the WBCs. We decided to sleep in, but made it in time for the two Overlords today.

First, we played Stalingrad:Perdition, designed by LooneyLlama. Sam was the C-in-C for the Soviets and I was the C-in-C for the Germans. I can't remember all the details, but both teams had a chance to win at the end. However, Sam (and my son) won as the Russians.

In the afternoon, we played an overlord scenario from the Equipment Pack. I really enjoyed this scenario. Again, both teams had a chance to win at the end, but my team pulled it out this time. Great to use all of the equipment, it was quite exciting.

I'm sure that Sam will post all of the details.

Unfortunately, I was unable to stay for the Overthrough scenario. That will have to wait until next year.

In summary, the M'44 community is filled with great players and even greater people. I look forward to seeing everyone again next year if at all possible.

Geoff
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 08:47
OVERLORDS AT WBC -- a quick summary.

Thursday afternoon - Tigers in the Snow

Allied CinC: David R.
Allied FGs: gheintze, Daniel H., David G. Jr.

Axis CinC: David G. Sr.
Axis FGs: Falkirk, Delawyvern, LooneyLlama

I didn't play in this one, so I don't have full details, but Axis Right blew up a pontoon bridge with a 4-figure tank on it, and the Russian Right, when the Russians were trailing 4-6, killed two Tigers -- on consecutive die rolls. The final score was Allies 13, Axis 8.


Because Tigers ended so early, we flipped the Battlemap and played an impromptu Operation Market Garden.

Allied CinC: Daniel H.
Allied FGs: gheintze, Daniel H., David R.

Axis CinC: LooneyLlama
Axis FGs: Scott S., LooneyLlama sam1812

The Allies were playing Assaults, Armor Assaults, and a 9-unit TFH. We were responding with Probes. We managed only 2 kills in a 13-4 loss, which concluded on the Allies' 5th turn. Yikes!


Our Friday "Midnight Madness" game was the "Overthrough" of El Alamein. Unfortunately, due to lateness and the exhaustion of some of the players, the CinCs declared a draw at 2:30AM, with the score tied, 11-11.

More results in the next post...
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 09:02
Saturday games:

Stalingrad: Perdition:

Allied CinC: sam1812
Allied FGs: Daniel H., LooneyLlama, Jim D.

Axis CinC: gheintze
Axis FGs: David R., Falkirk, Gordon S.

Initially, we had a newbie as our Center FG, but he left during the first turn, and LooneyLlama replaced him, which made the sides a little unbalanced in favor of the side that usually wins.

The stiffest fighting was on our left, ably defended by gheintze's son. The defenders had a big lead, until the last turn, when the Germans finished 4 kills to make it closer, but we marched back into the bitterly contested objective on our far left to claim our victory, 20-15.


Twin Battles of Warnach and Bigonville:

Allied CinC: Richard Bliss, relieved by Sam Edelston
Axis CinC: Nick A.

(Field Generals not noted.)

This is an "everything but the kitchen sink" scenario from Equipment Pack. Lots of exotic units fighting in Winter Visibility conditions.

I sat out the beginning of this one and didn't keep a score sheet, but RichardBliss began as the Allied CinC, relieved by sam1812, and Nick A. commanded the Germans (with his two sons facing each other as Allied Left and Axis Right).

The most interesting moment of this one came when I asked my center FG to coordinate with the Left FG, to occupy a back-row forest hex and gang up on a Panzer -- but the Left FG refused, saying that he was sure he'd roll double stars on the frozen river and wipe out his 2-figure tank. So the Left FG moved his tank in the opposite direction, wiped out a full-strength infantry in two shots, after which the Germans promptly obliterated his tank. The aforementioned Panzer got flagged into the forest and went on to do damage to us.

In the end, the Germans prevailed, 15-12.

And then came the moment everyone was waiting for...

[Updated on: Mon, 05 August 2013 05:10]

      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 09:39
van Voort and I were both determined to play the French "Overthrough" El Alamein scenario through, from start to finish.

Allied CinC: van Voort
Allied FGs: Phil, Paul, and Ed R. (Phil and Paul were gamer friends of van Voort's, but were new to Memoir.)

Axis CinC: Todd A., relieved by sam1812
Axis FGs: sam1812, Todd A., relieved early in the game by Gonzoj, and Jim D.

At 11PM, we lost Phil, Paul, Todd, and Jim, so the game became 2-on-2.

This is a 24-medal battle with a good mix of tanks, artillery, and infantry. We played with a Breakthrough deck, so the newbies would understand the "On the Move," and also so that the Medics might heal multiple units. (jdrommel says you can use either the Breakthrough or Overlord deck.) The Axis side is a mix of German and Italian forces, with the Italian units having their special retreat-related privileges. The Allies have to punch through a line of 28 mines and assorted firepower. Once they get past that, they run into another line of firepower while trying to exit across the goal line.

We got off to a big lead, as one of the inexperienced FGs packed a bunch of his infantries together too tightly and tried to take my bunker. Unfortunately for him, I was given three consecutive Assault Lefts, which thinned the crowd considerably.

In the middle game, both sides got down as low as 4-5 cards, and the game seemed like it might go on for a long time -- though some believed that the Brits would simply punch through on their right flank and have an Exit party. However, both sides rebuilt their hands to a much healthier size.

By this time, I had taken over. I was holding a TFH, but the invaders were staying too far away for me to play it. I picked up reached the last three cards in the draw pile and got the second TFH. When van Voort realize d I was holding both of these cards, several British units retreated their upper lips out of range of the Axis forces.

It turned out that I was also picking up several other big cards (Counter-Attack, Firefight, Arty Bombard, Move Out), and getting several successful pot shots against Allied units.

Finally, on our 18th turn, I played a TFH, and we rolled 9 orders, including 3 artilleries and 2 tanks. This was the final ingredient. We scored the necessary kills to notch a 24-10 victory.

The dynamics of the battle were very interesting. By the time we had about 12-14 medals, I was feeling great about the score, but wondering how we would ever score another 10-12 points without running out of our significantly depleted forces and cards. However, it just meant that we had to change our approach to the battle. And things definitely got exciting (for our side) at the end.

We scored our 24-10 victory on our 18th turn. The game lasted 4 hours from start to finish -- not including setup and breakdown time.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 15:45
Sam,

Again, thank you for the updates on the OL games, seems like lots of action and fun had by all, can only imagine all that was happening during WBC, both in M44 and elsewhere, fun times and no doubt great to meet all the names and now faces of those that game online.

WIll try and fit WBC into my plans for next year....from what I have read and obviously heard from you...a grand time to be had and will just have to determine if it is to be me or me and the family!! Sure they would enjoy it!!! Have family in both PA and OH...so could always send the family in both directions!!

Thanks again and have a good rest everyone after such an eventful week!!

[Updated on: Sun, 04 August 2013 15:46]

      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 23:16
gonzalan wrote on Sun, 04 August 2013 09:45

WIll try and fit WBC into my plans for next year....from what I have read and obviously heard from you...a grand time to be had and will just have to determine if it is to be me or me and the family!! Sure they would enjoy it!!! Have family in both PA and OH...so could always send the family in both directions!!

There's a ton of family-oriented stuff to do in the Lancaster area. And, of course, gamers of any age or gender are welcome at WBC, and there are plenty of each. (An 11-year-old came within about two die-rolls of winning Battle Cry yesterday. And the Memoir tournament had at least three father-son pairs.)
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sun, 04 August 2013 23:18
I want to say I had a GREAT time at my first WBC event. Sam was a terrific host in helping me through my first go around. You can't get a better coordinator for the tournament. He had everything well planned and it showed as it ran extremely smoothly. Again, thank you Sam.

Also, as others have stated it was a blast to meet fellow MEM44 online players. I feel that I can now consider them friends.

As for the tournament, Tank Commander took me to school in the second round. Yeah, I did wipe out 2 armor units in one turn but those 2 TFH plays that netted nothing hurt. Anyway, John is one heck of a player. I can see why he has won this tournament and placed second this year.

Finally, Geoff and Daniel, it was a pleasure meeting you both. Thanks for teaching me Catan. Hope to see you ALL next year.

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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Mon, 05 August 2013 04:18
LooneyLlama wrote on Sun, 04 August 2013 17:18

I want to say I had a GREAT time at my first WBC event. Sam was a terrific host in helping me through my first go around. You can't get a better coordinator for the tournament. He had everything well planned and it showed as it ran extremely smoothly. Again, thank you Sam.

Eric



Couldn't agree more! Sam was awesome at coordinating all these events as well as letting us mix up all his sets for the last overlord. I won't expect to play him this week, as he's probably still sorting them all back out. Very Happy

I'm really looking forward to next year and hope I can get my vacation to work out so I can make it.

Geoff
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Mon, 05 August 2013 08:33
Gentlemen, we are still waiting for the pictures, please.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Tue, 06 August 2013 13:56
I will have pictures for you later in the week.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Tue, 06 August 2013 16:38
Phread wrote on Mon, 05 August 2013 02:33

Gentlemen, we are still waiting for the pictures, please.


I will have mine up by tomorrow.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Tue, 06 August 2013 19:37
So who made it to the semi-finals? I stopped by briefly in the middle and saw Tank Commander playing. I saw Sam playing and thought he was in the semi-finals too and didn't want to interrupt. Guess I was wrong about that.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Wed, 07 August 2013 03:55
Hi to all,
First of all let me say I had a great time.
Every one was friendly and helpful.
It was great to meet Richard Borg. He was just like one of the guys, even signed my box top.
To Sam 1812, Tank Commander, Lonney Llama's, and Jim, you guys were the first ones I met.
Even though I have been playing for 6 years, I felt like a newbe, this being my first convention.
Only made it to the 2nd round, but I had fun.
Looking forward to next year.
Also I would like to play Battle Cry.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Wed, 07 August 2013 22:10
tank commander wrote on Sat, 03 August 2013 17:07

Antoi wrote on Sat, 03 August 2013 13:32

It looks like you all had a great time!
And meeting Richard Borg in person seems to be great.

any pictures maybe? Very Happy



I will post some pics in a few days.


Hmm, I went to download some of those pics in my user page and I got a few in. But then another would not load as I exceeded the file capacity. So, I deleted some, then all of my pics and I still cannot load any pics in my user page as I get the same message.

Any suggestions?
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Thu, 08 August 2013 01:40
Well, this was difficult.

Thursday

Help out with the demo a bit, then Mulligan:

Ended up facing the 5th placed player from last year (I was 4th), don't think he is to be found online

Then, in the 2nd round, I face off against Sam1812. Which I try not to let faze me on the grounds that if I want to win then I will have to beat him eventually. This turns out to be 50% correct, I believe I won the first game 6:2 and got the 3rd medal I needed in the second game to clinch the round. Overall 6/2 and 5/6.

If nothing else I can take credit for being an interupt in Sam1812s very impressive 5 year run in the laurels with 3 runners up.

It is not my year though, turn 3 I go up against Tank Commander and go out.

As always Richard Borg was amiable as ever and got to spend some more time with the M44online crew.

Also go to show people, and Richard, the maps from Belgium and the Overthrough.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Thu, 08 August 2013 01:46
I also failed to eliminate when playing as eliminator, but that's expected by now.

I might also claim some credit for allowing the tournament to proceed faster by allowing Sam to concentrate soley on his GMing duties.


Ahem, the Overthrough.

After the experience this year I would say that we did not to get play it as well as we could because of the time pressure involved.

What Sam said about my play is true, as an inexperienced commander I burnt through my cards quickly, one of the reasons being that I wanted to give the unfamiliar players things to do.

That is not the way to play that map as the allies, but to do it justice would take 5 or 6 hours even with experienced players.

The correct way to play is to spend the early moves to move artillery forward and use them, tanks and airpower to take out the Axis infantry posts and at least some guns.

Then your engineers can clear mines without interference.

I do not know though if we will ever get a 6 hour window to do it properly
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 08:05
By the way, we had over 20 Memoir Online players in the tournament. A special tip of the hat to

baarlthebear, cproark, delawyvern, dgubbs, dhunam, dwlandis, falkirk, fivestargeneral, gheintze, gonzoj, jak_flak, jfardette, LooneyLlama, philliesfan08, red cossack, Richard Bliss, samster, tank commander, van Voort, warbanner1, and a couple of player________s.

For those of you who were there for the first time, it was great to meet you all! For the ones I know from previous years, it was great to see you again!

Y'all come back next year for the 10th anniversary. It's gonna be special. I'm already working on plans.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 08:08
Oh, and does anybody want to see some pictures?
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 13:22
sam1812 wrote on Sat, 10 August 2013 02:08

Oh, and does anybody want to see some pictures?


and more pics...


http://www.daysofwonder.com/en/mypage/34328/m44/gallery
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 15:27
Wow, looks great! and Big:)
looks like you've done a great job organizing Sam.
Also nice to see some players in real life.

Maybe I missed it somewhere but how many players did attend the tournament?

      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 15:35
Nice pics, good tournament.
Anybody who asked richard Borg about upcoming expansions?

greetz
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 16:59
Antoi: We had 64 players in the tournament.

D_nTiel: It's clear that they have some great stuff planned, especially with the 70th anniversary of D-Day coming next year, but Richard didn't make any specific promises. Bear in mind that DoW controls what products they publish, and when. Even if I knew anything, it wouldn't be appropriate for me to say. I'd just assume that more good stuff is coming, and we'll like it when it comes.
      
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Re:2013 World Boardgaming Championships -- Memoir '44 tournament -- August 1-2 Sat, 10 August 2013 17:09
sam1812 wrote on Sat, 10 August 2013 08:08

Oh, and does anybody want to see some pictures?


are those a couple of shots of the Overthrough format?

if so, it looks freaking huge and amazing!

when is it gonna be totally disclosed?
      
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It certainly was big enough to grab a lot of people's attention as they walked by. Very Happy
      
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