“Monday Madness” is the only possible explanation I can come up with for the end of this game…
Once again I took on the role of the noble Soviet Union against the imperialist American aggressors!!
Europe: I decided to go for Europe again this game. When I first started playing TS I would always leave it be as “too hard” or expensive to go for. However, recently I’ve triedat levitra bestellen it a bit more. Particularly as the USSR, who stand to get some free influence in Eastern Europe (
Asia: Much like in the last game where I was able to do this, Kyle’s control of Iran plus holding
Middle East: I wasn’t ever able to keep and hold Middle East battlegrounds long enough to look at locking it down for domination. I had to settle for hemming Kyle into just the battlegrounds, and hanging on via country count. That still results in +VPs for him when scored (approximately infinite more VP than I’d prefer)!! With one of my Middle East countries being Egypt and
Early War Summary: I’m not too happy with my position in the Early War regions at this stage in the game. I have a slight edge in Europe, but that is unlikely to kick around until the end of the game due to the strength of the US late war cards in Europe. I’m totally wrecked in Asia (again). The Middle East is a draw, but just barely. On the bright side I’m well expanded into the Mid War regions, and can look forward to total ownage down there! Right? Right?!?! Right.
Africa: I went ahead again with the route of taking up the highly coupable 1 op African trail. Go for that early and hope you
Central America: I started Mid War in good position. Between
South America: See previous post regarding this region . I was in early for full control and a
Mid War Summary: Once again I am not loving my position. I’m ahead in points but the only bright spot is really South America. Asia is a write off. I managed to make some small gains in the Middle East, but it is now just a “closer tie” than it was at the start of Mid War. Europe is still mine, but Late War cards will almost certainly have something to say about that. Africa is back to it’s old self and is anyone’s game. Central America is going to be tough, but not impossible to come back from. I have a good country count there (although 1 oppers), and if I can coup Mexico or Panama it could get interesting.
Turn 8: Kyle uses
Summary: I was ahead in points but wasn’t sitting pretty in enough areas to feel comfortable. I was definitely hoping to draw
Hands: Still no updates to beautify the hand recap display so here are the links:
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