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212 Borodino - Utitza (7 September 1812)

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6 years 2 months ago #1018 by alecrespi

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3 months 2 weeks ago #5645 by g1ul10
Two games: 7-6 and 7-1 for the French. Russian cannot stop the French advance on the right flank. And with artillery in place the French can also manage to take the village. The lack of cavalry from the Russian side means that French cavalry is a powerful asset that can seriously hamper the mobility of Russian army by forcing squares.

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3 months 1 week ago #5653 by Bangla
Well Giulio, the stats have it only at 57% for the French, so some folks are winning with the Russians. In fact, looking back at my personal stats, I've played this scenario three times, winning all three, and twice with the Russians. I know I got lucky once with the Russians, thanks to a French Bayonet Charge rolling blanks, but the French LC's shouldn't be allowed to dominate, if the Russian is playing smart. The woods really protect the Russians on one flank, and getting the FA forward to the hill on the other can help protect the infantry there.

It certainly is a good scenario though.

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3 months 1 week ago #5654 by g1ul10
Yes Tony, I agree with you, the scenario is interesting and winnable by both sides. In our match that ended 7-6 for the French, the victory could have gone easily to the Russians. I see two mistakes the French player can do: attack the LT in the wood and assault the village early in the game. If the French avoids these mistakes, and focus instead on a steady advance on the right flank, while at the same time forming a grand battery in the center, I think it's difficult he's going to lose by a large margin. And the French cavs are a constant threat for any Russian unit manoeuvering in the open.

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