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David Smith Supporting Member of TMP18 Jan 2007 8:25 p.m. PST

Gents;

Happy to announce that we will be holding a tournament at FortLeavenworth [Frontier Conference Center], Friday and Saturday, Feb.16th and 17th, in Fort Leavenworth Kansas. Entry into the conventionis $7.00, and all proceeds are used to support the Ft. LeavenworthArmy Museum.

This will be a 3 round, 15mm, 75 bonus point affair using the BHGSscoring system. Warflute AFT lists and Armati2 book lists areallowed. Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 finishers. This willbe an open tournament with only 1 list allowed for all 3 games.

1st Round-6:00pm Friday 2/16
2nd Round-8:30pm Friday 2/16
3rd Round-9:00am Saturday 2/17

If there are any players outside the metro area that would beinterested in attending, please email me, and I will arrange forlodging. Questions, please contact me at davidsmith@kc.rr.com

Additionally, the Swedish Bikini Team has agreed to offer the winnersthe opportunity to act as suntan stewards for an upcomingcompetition. In the rare event that they are overbooked, theKazakhstan women's discus team has agreed to supply us with their current pinup calendar.

Dave

Mike OBrien19 Jan 2007 4:34 p.m. PST

Dave,
what is the BHGS scoring system? I'm running the Armati tournament at The Shield and am not familiar with that one. I planned on the usual Swiss Chess format using Age of Empire and Warflute AoE lists.
Mike O'Brien

David Smith Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2007 5:12 p.m. PST

Hi Mike;

Send me your email ( send to davidsmith@kc.rr.com), and I will forward you the scoring system used by the British Historical Game Society (BHGS). Roughly, its' a 32-0 scoring system based on Army BP given and Army BP taken, along with winning/losing the battle.

Dave

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