This year's T-Shirt for the Tournament. Very nice!
As this was my first tournament, I had no expectations that I would even win a game, let alone win an award...The Audie Murphy Award for most Snake-Eyes...still can't believe it.
And for the tournament as a whole, I was 2 wins and 3 losses and my team of Gary Trezza, Daniel Virobik. A huge shout-out to these great opponents, who taught me much and who I am so happy to have met: Dan Best, Mike Bistodeau, Doyle Motes, Matt Shostak, Roy Connelly, Phillip Johnson, and David Longstreet. And a huge thanks to Rick Reinesch for all your work in making the tournament such a joy to be a part of.
Screenshot from MM25 Futile Bravery -- an epic game that went from 8:30 AM to nearly 6:30 PM.
MM25 -- looking down at the bridge over which so many Russian and German lives were lost...thank goodness only in cardboard!
If you don't have this scenario, I highly recommend obtaining the Commissar Pack - ASL March Madness 2nd Ed. Full of outstanding scenarios!
Rick conducts the Saturday raffle.
Last game of the Tournament for me: Holding the Rear. A great game and a great way to end my first tournament. Chris Doary...thanks for encouraging me to attend. Very glad that I did.