Round 73

FINAL Matchups

1/1/18 11:20 PM

Congratulations to Greg Hultgren atop the ladder since round 67!

Round 73 Matchups (Second player listed has the first bid)

1. Greg Hultgren vs Bob Hamel

2. Richard Beyma (Axis) vs Jonathan Lockwood (Allies-2.5)

3. Vince Meconi vs Rick Vrost

4. Mike Kaye vs Dennis Nicholson

5. Mike Ussery (Allies-2.0) vs Bob Jameli (Axis)

6.  Avi Solomon vs Mercia Pauca

7. John Sharp vs John Lindley

8. Andy Gardner vs Rob Drozd

9.  Lee Kendter vs Bruce Monnin

10. Mike Brophy vs Pete Shelling

11.  Karl Bodenheimer (Axis) vs Tim Tow (Allies-1.5) Allied Victory

12. John Pack (Allies-1.5) vs Dave Elkin (Axis) Allied Victory

13. Jeff Lange vs Ken Pascoe


Allied Victory  2      Axis Victory      Tie

Players looking for extra games (contact players directly)

Lee Kendter

Jonathan Lockwood

Vince Meconi

Mircea Pauca

Avi Solomon


28 Comments to “Round 73”

  1. In for Round 73 (might as well commit early) 🙂

  2. I will play.

  3. Avi Solomon is in for Round 73.

  4. I will play

  5. Count me in for R73.

  6. Hi. New to PBEM and very interested in playing. Anything I need to know?

  7. Does anyone know who was passing out the War at Sea mini game on Cuba vs Mexico at the WBC tournament?

  8. I’m in for Rd 73

  9. I’m in for next round

  10. I’m in for round 73

  11. I will pass on round 73. Traumatized from Mr. Hamel beating me in round 72.

  12. Rick Virost will play in Round 73 (starting in early January?).

  13. I’m in for round 73.

  14. Count me in for Round 73

  15. I will play in Round 73

  16. I can play rd 73.

  17. Am in

  18. Yes, I play in Round 73. Thank you for keeping keeping it organized!

  19. Happy New Year and I am in.

  20. playing

  21. Sure, I will play.

  22. Cuba vs Mexico ? I saw a Chile vs Argentina on the net…

  23. In Match 73-11, Tim’s Allies with a bid of 1.5 defeated Karl’s Axis.

    The Axis conceded on turn 6 when the Allies pushed the POC to maximum of +10, after landing the 2nd convoy and sinking all 7 U-boats in the North Sea. Casualties were light in this game with only the Marat being sunk along with 12 U-boats.

    The Axis kept their fleet in being, but good ASW on turn 3, 4 and 6 kept the Kriegsmarine bottled up behind the blockade.
    This was a subsequent AREA game between us.

  24. Lee Kendter (Axis) vs Bruce Monnin (Allies) is over.
    This game was an example of it isn’t just getting average rolls, but how they are distributed.
    Turn 1 saw the crap out with neither 336 making Barents. Germany took Barents. +2 Germany
    Turn 2 saw 5 SR to Barents. 2 SR failed. Germany took Barents. +5 Germany
    Turn 3 saw 6 SR to Barents. 3 SR failed. Germany took Barents. +8 Germany
    At this point UK has 8 dead CA, 1 BC, 1 CV and 1 BB. Germany lost 1 CA. 3 Italians are dead.
    Turn 4 was quite with 3 full, and 1 partial repair for Germany.
    Turn 5 saw the standard North Sea sub break work. However, the 2nd Convoy landed. The lead is down to +1 Germany.
    Turn 6 saw on SR to the North Sea, and of course it failed. Germany comes up to play in the North Sea. The allies come to life, and the CV chase away the 2 big Germans. Despite that the Germans just squeak win. The Axis lead is back to +4.
    Turn 7 saw a run on Barents to kill the last Convoy. Bruce wins being the king of disables and the last convoy lands. The game is tied at zero.
    At this point there at 19 dead UK to 5 dead German ships.
    Bruce concedes at this point as he bid 1.5. There is no way for the UK to pick 2 PoC. Germany just squeaked in a victory despite all 3 convoys landing. Germany just one are the absurd number of failed SR.

  25. Vince Meconi”s Allies, bidding 2.0, defeated Rick Virost’s Axis. We have not played previously. The Axis played from behind almost from the start, sailing to the South Atlantic on turn 1 and winning the area, but suffering 2 lost
    German ships, one max damaged, and no ships able to oil. Allied losses were light. The Germans lost 3 more ships on turn 2 and thereafter, lost 2 more to the Russians. With LBA and U-boats impotent, the Allies landed all 3 convoys and the Axis could never catch up.

  26. Bob Jamelli’s Axis conceded at the beginning of T8 with Michael Ussery’s Allies leading by 4 POC before the bid of -2 POC is applied. The good news for the Germans is all 7 uboats are available, the bad news is the Kriegsmarine is badly depleted and is blocked by flags in Barents and North Sea. All the Italian cruisers are at the bottom of the S Atl. 2 Convoys made it to Russia and that made all the difference.

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