Opponent Finder: Pacific Time Zone


Opponent Finder: Pacific Time Zone

Anyone else have difficulty finding opponents available for online play (e.g., Vassal) during Pacific Time hours? I know I do. I though a group to help identify people who fit that profile might be useful to others.

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Comment by Lee C. Chmelsky on June 21, 2012 at 1:49pm

Looking for cyberboard/Vassel Fulda Gap or Downtown players.


Comment by Nadir Elfarra on March 3, 2011 at 1:21pm
Perhaps it would be appropriate to use this list for -finding- your opponent and then, once found, coordinate details off-line?  It would improve the signal-to-noise ratio for people who aren't in your neck of the woods.
Comment by Greg Daulton on March 3, 2011 at 12:07pm

Hi Joey - I have a dedicated room at our house.  Baltic Gap is set up on one side because a friend and I play once a month on a SAT.  We finished DAK2 and Tunisia a while back, and now we're doing BG while waiting for the GB2 reprint and getting ready for a CB campaign.  So ... I've got room.  I will know if I am free later tonight. 

Hopeful.  :-)

Comment by Greg Daulton on March 2, 2011 at 9:51pm
Joey - I might possibly be free on Friday night for some ftf OCS.  Wuuld you be available?  :-)
Comment by Dick Sauer on February 17, 2011 at 1:32pm


Yes I'll be there if I do not have work. I am an engineering consultant and

one year I had to work and missed most of the event. I do attend every year. In fact you look familiar to me from years past. I'm probably one of the oldest guys there any more which makes me a little self conscious. Hope to see you there.

Comment by Greg Daulton on February 17, 2011 at 1:18pm
Dick, if you're in Phoenix then I assume I will see you at CSW in June?  :-)
Comment by Dick Sauer on February 17, 2011 at 12:59pm


You are right about that. As you struggled to teach me the system it slowley dawned on me that the Vassal system is much more useful for PBEM and ZT being a much less sophisticated system would only really work well in "face to face" internet experience. I definitly want to learn the system so I can do more on line play. I suspect V can also be used my multi players on these monster games. I'm a slow learner I'm afraid. 

Comment by Joey Sabin on February 17, 2011 at 1:10am


VASSAL is like any other program. I recall issues with ZunTzu when I first encountered it.

Comment by Dick Sauer on February 17, 2011 at 12:26am

Hi Greg,

I'm in Phoenx, so cant play face to face. Just started game with Joey but am new to vassel. Can't say it is user friendly like ZunTsu so having some problems for Joey to deal with sorry to say. But I'm open to games. Maybe not

big OCS, but maybe smaller game. Also ZunTsu with DAK 2 is very easy to play. Would be up for that. Or a joint game with Joey if that is possible on game tbd.

Comment by Joey Sabin on February 16, 2011 at 10:38pm
Too easy.  looking to hear from you. joey.sabin@gmail.com

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