I'M putting together a STALINGRAD tournament-more information at the stalingrad forum starting about here-http://talk.consimworld.com/WebX?7@51.M3PJczQ4Tlw.33@.ee6c970/2842 let us know there or contact me if interested-may have matches in pairs so players have to play both sides,but i'm still working out some details. if your a stalingrad player here's a chance to get some games in.

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Comment by Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. on November 11, 2011 at 7:26pm

Brian,

See my latest post to Consimworld. I can moderate the tournament and act as interpretor of the luck reduction system. Let me do the work. Just get the players involved. I would like to play anyone who would like to use the game as AREA rated first but will play anyone using Vassal or grid-coordinates.

Joe

Comment by brian s. b. on November 11, 2011 at 6:48pm

ok great thanks joe! would be very interested to have your luck reduction system. as it stands now,i'm thinking of paired games between players/switching sides,etc. and using a swiss point system -3 for an axis win,2 for a soviet-most points advance. i'm going to give a 'by" to top players like yourself and someone like bruno. will let you know-there are some thorny issues-mainly time-but hopefully this can get going-if not i hope to at least get some players connected for games. thanks again,brian b.

Comment by Joseph A. Angiolillo Jr. on November 11, 2011 at 6:14pm

Brian,

I am very interested in participating. I see two problems that need to be discussed. First, since the German player rolls most of the dice, his luck determines the game result. I have developed a luck reduction system to modify subsequent die rolls to almost eliminate minimize luck. Some luck reduction system should be used in the semi-finals and finals. Second, unless each player plays two games simultaneously, one playing the Germans and the other playing the Russians, there needs to be some type of choosing sides. I know I want to almost always be the Russians and if everyone wanted the Russians there needs to be some bidding as is done for The Russian Campaign in Lancaster's BPA convention. I know I am a world class 1970s player attempting to learn my way into 2011 so I suggest Bruno Singliano be asked how a Stalingrad tournament should be organized. He is the higheast rated player in Stalingrad ever.

Joe

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