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409 Prenzlau (28 October 1806)

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4 years 9 months ago #2046 by alecrespi

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4 years 8 months ago #2140 by Mark-McG
I've got no clue as the Prussians for this one. Any ideas?

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4 years 6 months ago #2385 by Michalxo
Hold 3 towns around exit hex, another inf in square and the rest of the units run away off board? :-/

I managed to get two First Strikes and destory 2 LC attacking prussian left flank.
The rest ended pretty quickly 6-4 or 6-5 for French. Easy game for him after that.
But one of the "more enjoyable" Prussian scenarios... I have to say :)

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4 years 5 months ago - 4 years 5 months ago #2502 by GG
Replied by GG on topic 409 Prenzlau (28 October 1806)
Played it twice with a friend exchanging sides ... (while we usually hate this "exchange side VP average system") and French still won 6-3 and 6-2.

I still think that no scenario, even following the historic result, should go over a 75% odds lead!
Come on: 80%, 90% and 100% (like this one) are too much!

So many solutions were possible to balance them while staying historicaly correct!

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Last edit: 4 years 5 months ago by GG.

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