Tony Kerstan
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  • Hobart, Tasmania
  • Australia

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Tony Kerstan commented on Ben Smith's group Aussie Wargamers
"Sounds great. I really have to get into vassal gaming at some stage..."
Aug 7, 2010
Tony Kerstan commented on Roger Morley's blog post Demise of wargaming
"A great read. Thank you to all those who have contributed. I'd like to add a couple of points: 1. Compared to other forms of entertainment was, is and always will be a cottage industry. However with roleplaying and computer gaming there are…"
Jul 31, 2010
Tony Kerstan commented on Ben Smith's group Aussie Wargamers
"I've got Hannibal: Rome vs Carthage - a fun game. Though my favourite card driven game is Memoir'44. I've also heard that Wilderness War is fantastic."
May 12, 2010
Tony Kerstan commented on Joe Steadman's video

Joe's Gaming Journal #4

"A great review. Looks like another game to go on my list!"
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on Jim Werbaneth's video
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan joined Daniel Brown's group


This group is for fans of Point 2 Point podcast. Point 2 Pointis dedicated to descussions about wargames. I have found it to be a very valuable source of wargame information.See More
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan joined Ed Beach's group

Here I Stand

For fans of GMT's card-driven multiplayer game on Reformation Europe.
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan joined Matt Severns's group

Compass Games

Discussion Of Compass Games productsSee More
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on Ben Smith's group Aussie Wargamers
"Mate, I had the Longest Day. The maps and rules were very well done. The counters were incredible in the huge amount of detail they had on them. The whole game was a labour of love and it showed in every detail. However the German symbols, just…"
Aug 20, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on Ben Smith's group Aussie Wargamers
"Well Stephen G it is important to spend the money where you feel you get the value. I personally don't have that many GMT games, something I'm hoping to remedy over the next few years. The big P500 plege for me (literally) is The Battle…"
Aug 17, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on Brian Blad's group Conflict of Heroes
"Congrats on the win! :-D I must have had a premonition as I ordered COH games and swamp board before I found out that COH had won!"
Aug 16, 2009
Tony Kerstan joined Brian Blad's group

Conflict of Heroes

This is the place to discuss the Squad Level Historical Strategic Game SeriesSee More
Aug 16, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on John's group Musket & Pike Battle Series
"Thanks for tips! However I've already spent up big in a local boardgame sale"
Aug 15, 2009
Tony Kerstan commented on Ben Smith's group Aussie Wargamers
"I didn't know that about DG. Then again I don't have many DG games, though I'm looking to pick up Highway to the Reich."
Aug 15, 2009
Tony Kerstan replied to Eric Walters's discussion WW II Russian Front Strategic Games in the group WW II Russian Front Games
"I don't believe anyone has mentioned one of the best strategic games for the Eastern Front, being EastFront II by Columbia Games, and currently ranked no#13 on the Geek. This game is truly awesome with respect to its great map, clean rules and…"
Aug 14, 2009
Tony Kerstan joined Eric Walters's group

WW II Russian Front Games

If you are writing about GMT's Eastern Front Series, check out that Group. This is for all the other games on the topic--strategic, operational, and tactical!See More
Aug 14, 2009

Profile Information

Your introduction to consim gaming:
I've been a boardgamer since the late 1970's. I've done the full circle of miniature games, roleplaying games and collectible card games before coming back to board wargaming.
Your favorite game(s):
Memoir'44, Eastfront II, World in Flames, No Retreat!, Victory: Blocks of War, Proud Monster, Blue & Gray, Fortress Europa.
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
World in Flames FTF
What game(s) have you played recently?
EastFront II, Victory: Blocks of War, Galactic Emperor, Cash n Guns, Memoir'44
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
12 hours a week either FtF or solitaire
How big is your game collection?
I haven't counted. Perhaps 50 games??
Your local game club(s) and/or where you reside (let's network!)
I'm in Hobart, Tasmania
About Me
The usual - salary worker, wife and two kids who live in a tiny house! No games room or place I can call my own :-(
Personal Interests (favorite activities, movies, shows, books, music, etc.)
Board wargaming, reading about military history. i also like playing games with the kids and a good work to get some fresh air.

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