112 Ocaña (19 November 1809)

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12 years 1 month ago #638 by alecrespi

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12 years 3 weeks ago #673 by Achtung-Panzer
Played this one for the first time. The Lancers were devastating with a Mounted Charge card, sweeping away both Spanish cavalry units on the flank. However the battle was won by the Spanish when the French Heavy Cavalry failed to break two Spanish Infantry units, who formed square, and then hit one of the French HC units with a Combined Arms attack.

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7 years 9 months ago #3638 by Tarheel
Played twice. We each played the Spanish. Result was 6-1 France each time. Im surprised that there are 30% Spanish wins recorded. Many of these were probably pre-GMT because we felt the 5-3 tactician card advantage actually was a signifcant feature for the french.

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7 years 3 months ago #3992 by keithabarker
The list of French units contains GHC but I don't think that is correct. Can't find them anywhere on the map!

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7 years 3 months ago #3993 by Mark-McG
Should be a LNCR, I've fixed that up now. Thanks

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7 years 3 months ago #3994 by keithabarker
Yes the Polish Lancers, you certainly don't want to fight without them!

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3 years 1 month ago #6951 by LARS
Replied by LARS on topic 112 Ocaña (19 November 1809)
Milhaud runs down the Spanish heavy cavalry. Soult victorious 6-2. The Spanish had only two cards with which activate their right flank. Freire is suspected of treason.

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1 year 2 months ago #8027 by Richards
French win six to four after twenty-four turns. French were a bloody mess by the end of it though... not a single French unit was at full strength by the end of the game; most were reduced to under 50%.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #10463 by Riclev
Won as the Spanish 6-5. It's tough for them as the French have much the superior army and outnumber and outgun the Spanish on both flanks. All the action was on the French left/Spanish right. At 5-4 to France, the Spanish played two unit reform tactician cards before attacking on the right and blocking two French reactions with guerrilla tokens to have effectively three bites of the cherry to secure the 2 banners they needed for a narrow victory. Exciting game!

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