512 Gohlis (17 October 1813)

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7 years 1 day ago #2807 by alecrespi

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7 years 1 day ago - 7 years 1 day ago #2818 by Bayernkini
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- Banners: 10
- Years: Sixth Coalition
- Army: French / Russian
- Game Box: Marshals&Tactician
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Temporary Victory Banner; Mother Russia;

My dice are the hell!
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2 years 2 weeks ago #6500 by proyce
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Played this today. Russians won handily, 11-4. They had grand maneuvre, cavalry charge, short supply, and 2 capable tactician cards. They were ab;le to short supply 3 French units in first 4 turns.

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1 year 3 months ago #7072 by LARS
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After a catastrophic charge by the Russian cavalry on the French right, sensing that Russian morale will collapse, Ney orders two consecutive Bayonet Charges. French win 10-2. Horrible cards and dice for Blücher and excellent cards for The Bravest of the Brave.

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