Hi,

There is a very strong possibility that i'll have to say goodbye to my Pittsburgh gaming friends and relocate to either Rochester, NY or near Hartford, CT in the next few months if I am to have a job. Just curious about gamers in either of those locations. I play ASL, a lot of GMT games, Clash of Arms La Bataille and BAR, Panzergrenadiers etc. Any help in determining if I'll be relegated to playing my games solitaire or not?

Thanks,

Francois

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Well, wish I were still out there. First, in the Rochester area, do some digging. While Crazy Egor's has closed, I still stumbled over people there every visit up to that moment. Post your ASL listing at the new place in the southern side of Rochester, and you should get some ASL players at least.

 

And in Hartford, I did find a few players near there. And for ASL, it is really only a hop and a skip from Hartford to the Bunker guys in Mass.(O, everyone out there will say it is SO FAR - they aren't from Nebraska - they have no idea of the meaning of 'far.' You might do the trip every weekend, but once a month would not be a terrible thing.

 

Good luck!

 

         ---Russ

 

 

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