209 Friedland (14 June 1807)

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8 years 3 months ago #987 by alecrespi

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8 years 3 months ago #997 by Waterloo-Simon
Alessandro - great work as usual, have you thought of making your scenrio tool into an App for Ipads etc?

I would certainly buy it.

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6 years 2 months ago #2554 by Mark-McG
Despite the record, this always seems a close scenario to me. The Russians may lose often, but not by much.

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3 years 10 months ago #4865 by proyce
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Agree Mark. I just played this where the Russians won, but it came down to a final turn where if the Russians hadn't eliminated a single block French LN with a 2-block infantry attack, the French would have most certainly won on their turn. Very exciting.

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3 years 4 months ago #5101 by White Knight
Played two consecutive games of this a few days ago. Russians won the first game by severely mauling the French cavalry and then destroying all the French artillery.
The Russian Heavy Cavalry in particular seemed invincible, eliminating two French artillery units and one cavalry unit. Russians had great cards when they needed them and fantastic die rolls. French had poor cards and the dice hated them. Thinking this was a fluke, I played again. It was a much closer battle, but the Russians squeezed out another victory, with the most valuable unit award going again to the Russian Heavy Cavalry, who ran wild and unstoppable again! Great map.

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5 months 2 weeks ago #6883 by Hexagoon
Played this a coup-le of times and both were a narrow French victory, but could easily have gone the other way. A great scenario and well balanced with both sides having a chance.

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5 months 2 weeks ago #6892 by LARS
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Marshal Victor wins the laurels at Friedland as Villatte and Dupont defeat Bagration in the center. The banners were 8-2 but block losses were 25 French to 28 Russian.

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