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Comment by Markm1767 on July 16, 2017 at 11:56am

Love NEY VS. WELLINGTON and hope to play it again,  but I do wanna try the TSS monster game.  That might be a long while. That will be my retirement game. :)

Comment by Eric Walters on July 16, 2017 at 11:47am

Loved this game as well as NEY VS. WELLINGTON; these one-map counterparts to their monster game brethren were--in my mind at least--more successful.  I'd argue for your next game to be another one-mapper TSS system game!

Comment by Markm1767 on July 15, 2017 at 10:03pm

Playing Stonewall and still a little new to TSS system rules. Union strategic victory! No additional troops sent to the Valley. McClellan's operation is unimpeded! Looking forward to my next TSS system game. Just hope to make it flow a little better.

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