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German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« on: October 20, 2012, 02:06:23 pm »
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Gonna copy Davio here:

Short version: I won with Tonks77 runner-up and Varsinor coming 3rd.

Detailed version below, if you're more familiar with German or like to learn it (who wouldn't?  ::)), here's the German report.

German Dominion championship 2012 Ė of the importance to study rules before playing

Itís Thursday evening, 11.30 pm, way too late since my alarm is set to 3.50, 4.00, 4.10 and 4.20 am (no oversleeping, please). So there are 4 h of sleep between me and my most exciting Dominion day ever.
Friday morning, 3.50, my alarm rings and I get up at 3.55. 4.00, brushing my teeth when the light goes off. Damn, there is some reconstruction going on which is why they would turn off electricity (which I forgot completely). Fine, candle light atmosphere in my bathroom, terribly romantic. Getting packed and controlling I really got everything (ticket!) with me is not that romantic, though.
5.00 am, on the train, everything worked out so far, half asleep my thoughts drift off: Did I really have everything with me, enough food (probably not), enough to drink (I guess so, yes)? Well, theyíll have something at the fair. Analyse setups really deeply, look at every card with respect to the other 9 cards, before I start playing. Will I recognise Tonks77? Whoelse I know will be there, others from ds.com or dominionblog.de? Guys from BSW? Varsinor? Analyse setups really deeply, look at every card with respect to the other 9 cards, before I start playing. How well does Arndt Feddersen (last yearís German champion and 3rd at the world championship) actually play? Will Brathannes moderate only or take part in the competition? Donít try to realize the impossible! No engines where there arenít any, Iím not Marin. Will there be long queues to get in? Analyse setups really deeply, look at every card with respect to the other 9 cards, before I start playing. Will other players know cards from the later expansions as well as I do? Will I find hall 4 immediately? Analyse setups really deeply, look at every card with respect to the other 9 cards, before I start playing. Do play better strategies even if you donít like them. Analyse setups really deeply, look at every card with respect to the other 9 cards, before I start playing.
6.00 am, my train is late some minutes, I only got 5 minutes to change trains. I hardly catch my next one.
7.00 am, v.v. 40 minutes to change trains in the middle of nowhere. Not even a bakery near the station, I get back to my own breakfast.
9.30 am, I reach Essen main station, get the next metro (which seems to have been the last, as they close it down soon afterwards, only shuttle buses run for the fair, then), no queuing needed to get in and I find hall 4 easily. Seems like they have been organising bigger events in Essen before..
10.00 am, I register for the tournament and have time until 10.45. I stay nearby, Iím actually waking up now. Still my thoughts remain the same. I find Tonks77 and others quickly, Watnoís there, too, I hear others talking about BSW and when I introduce myself the moderator introduces himself as Brathannes.
11.00 am, 30 players start playing for Germanyís Dominion championship 2012.

The modus operandi is as follows: 6 rounds, 2 player games, Swiss system with Buchholz tie breaker. Top 4 players proceed to the semis.
Round 1: 5 cards base, 5 cards intrigue
Round 2: 5 cards base, 5 cards seaside
Round 3: 5 cards intrigue, 5 cards alchemists
Round 4: 5 cards base, 5 cards prosperity
Round 5: 5 cards intrigue, 5 cards cornucopia
Round 6: 5 cards base, 5 cards hinterlands


Round 1: cellar, chapel, remodel, festival, adventurer (base), pawn, steward, duke, torturer, upgrade (intrigue)
I get the cards from intrigue out of the box, my opponent gets base cards out. As I donít look at the base cardsí names on the sheet we got, I donít realise he took lab out instead of remodel. Set is rather nice, I think which lifts my mood as it promises some more interesting setups. Duke will be to slow to compete against a chapelled engine deck with festival and torturer, I think, so I go for the latter. Still the torturer might not be that effective when we both have slim decks and chapel, anyway. I start 4/3 and open silver/chapel, while my opponent has 5/2 and starts lab/chapel. Iím a bit frightened to lose the first game as 1st player but when I see him chapelling away an estate only but keeping 3 coppers for a silver, I start breathing again. I use chapel normally and get my deck thin quickly. I get a torturer, a festival, another torturer etc. I do not buy as many torturers as I would normally what I ascribe to my nervs Ė there is a bigger difference between playing online and IRL than I thought; or maybe just a bigger one between playing for a championship and not. He gets the first province before I do but makes lots of mistakes, buys labs instead of torturers or festival etc. He takes curses when heís got chapel in hand and discards when he doesnít. Eventually I win clearly with  provinces.

Round 2: chancelor, moneylender, laboratory, library, witch (base), embargo, outlook, salvager, explorer, outpost (seaside)
My opponent did play at BSW so he hadnít played for 1.5 months, he mainly knows cards from BSW. He starts 5/2 and opens witch/- as he overlooks embargo. For whatever reason I start salvager/outlook for 4/3. The more I think about it the less I can believe I really did this. Anyway, t3 is salvager, outlook, 3 coppers which doesnít really help, especially when I do not salvage outlook as I shouldíve done. He, instead, makes minor mistakes only (3 labs which shouldíve been another witch and 2 silvers, I think), and cruises to victory with a moneylender, several golds, 3 labs and the witch. So, I played horribly and definitely deserved this loss. After 2 rounds, there are 8 players with 2 wins, among them Varsinor, Tonks77 and Arndt Feddersen. I most likely need 4 consecutive wins now.

Round 3: pawn, masquerade, steward, bridge, harem (intrigue), vineyard, apothecary, university, familiar, apprentice (alchemists)
I was still a little shocked by my round 2 performance and by the fact that I needed 4 wins out of 4 games. I contrast to game 2 which was pretty obvious (although I screwed it up) there were some ways here, I think. Simplest wouldíve been masquerade/BM but I think superior wouldíve been university/masquerade assisted by apprentices and bridges. I went, however, for a vineyard based strategy as I figured university would provide a lot of support. Still I didnít play it too well, started potion/steward and got an apothecary first for cycling. Due to this I didnít trash coppers aggressively which might have been a mistake, too. Well, my opponent didnít know some cards, but he went for vineyards, too. When he leads them 2-1 I get a nice turn where I trash 2 apprentices with apprentices and can play 2 or 3 bridges for 3 vineyards resulting in a 5-3 split for me. I then emptied piles and won this comfortably despite some duchies for him as he also had 2 or 3 curses from a late bought familiar. Still, this didnít feel like on top of my game at all.

Round 4: workshop, remodel, thief, festival, library (base), watchtower, city, mountebank, rabble, goons (prosperity); with platinum & colony
Somehow I had the feeling there would be this classic scenario in the prosperity game. Mountebank had to be taken into account, of course, since 2 or 4 more useless cards in your deck can render it hard to pair enough festivals, goons and watchtowers. My opponent was the youngest guy (10) of the participants and he didnít know the cards well, buying festival on his first 5$ and a very early thief (!) on t2-4 (donít remember exactly) which trashed 2 coppers for me which was huge. I started watchtower/silver which I still think is the right move and got 6$ after playing WT on t3. I chose mountebank over goons, bought festivals and watchtowers then, then a goons, more goons, festivals and WT. He never got back to 5$ or even 6$ so I had basically won this as early as t5ish. When festivals ran out I bought cities and before my last turn I had 8 goons, 9 festivals (he had 1), 8 WT (he had 2) and 75 points. My last turn gained me the missing 2 goons, a colony, a province and 13 coppers and a total of another 101 points resulting in the highest score of the day: 176-2.

Round 5: courtyard, great hall, shanty town, bridge, nobles (intrigue), hamlet, fortune teller, horse traders, horn of plenty, fairgrounds (cornucopia)
I had regained some confidence after these 2 wins, the last one really  convincing. I started 2/5 and chose courtyard/HOP while my opponent had 4/3 and opened horse traders/shanty town). A megaturn strategy with HOP was a little difficult to carry out since card draw was not great (expensive nobles or effectively 2 cards from courtyard), villages didnít draw cards either (shanty town, nobles, hamlet) such that big hands were a little hard to achieve. Nevertheless I tried to get through my deck with hamlets, courtyards and shanty towns, assisted by an occasional bridge. Piles were running a little low and we didnít have any victory points except few nobles or great halls when I managed to play lots of cards and have HOP so I trashed it for a province. I also had 2 golds which helped me to gain 6 provinces in the end. Iím not sure anymore how exactly I did it, but my opponent went for fairgrounds. For some reason I thought he had less than 15 cards and finished the game with 5$ and 3 bridges played with a province and some estates. It turned out I only had a 7 point lead (54-47) as he had 15 different cards (maybe I thought he had also trashed all his HOP which he hadnít), but won was won.

Round 6: By now, Tonks77 who I know well from BSW (same town there, for those who know ;-)) was the only unbeaten player in the field (and qualified for the semis) and I feared I would face her in my decisive match. This, however, was not the case, but I was drawn against Arndt Feddersen, the defending champion. Setups were announced and at least the experienced players among those who were fighting for relegation to semis will have sighed when they heard Ďjack of all tradesí:
Moat, chancellor, militia, moneylender, festival (base), crossroads, jack, cache, ill-gotten gains, margrave (hinterlands)
Luckily enough, I was starting player. As my opponent approved of after the game, we both thought about trying something else (IGG? Festival/Xroads/margrave) but quickly decided jack was the way to go. I think Varsinor and his opponent (1 loss both) who also fought for a semifinal spot went jack and IGGs in their game. Anyway, we both opened silver/jack and I got mine on t3, trashed an estate, picked up another jack and a silver on t4. He got 2$ on t3 or t4, bought Xroads and had his jack on t5 only, if I remember correctly. I felt well then as I had 2 jacks, more silver and trashed an estate. It went on really smoothly, my jacks didnít collide, I could always trash an estate, get a gold for 6$ before my first province and went green then. He, however, had 8$ without gold, bought a province but had another 2$ turn and went for another Xroads. He didnít trash his estates at all as his deck was already weaker and he had Xroads but finally my better deck payed off with 5 provinces and a duchy compared to his 3 provinces, 2 duchies and 3 estates. I was qualified for the semis now while he had to hope for a good tiebreaker.

Semifinal
Tonks77 had won her 6th  game as well and came in 1st, Varsinor and me were 2nd and 3rd with a 5-1 record (me having the worse tiebreaker) and the guy I lost game 2 against (named wuschel1 at BSW) had the best tiebreaker out of 7 (!) players on a 4-2 record, meaning there would be no title defense this year.
Setups for semifinals and finals were determined as follows: Out of 22 cards, 2 random cards were revealed. The other 20 were dealt to the 4 remaining players who chose one card but didnít reveal it. The remaining 4 were passed to the player to the left and s/he would chose one from these 4 such that there was a 10 card setup, kind of being an anti-veto system.
The 22 cards were:
chapel, courtyard, foolís gold, moat, chancellor, fortune teller, menagerie, oracle, shanty town, bridge, nomadís camp, salvager, talisman, cache, city, duke, ghost ship, margrave, market, torturer, tribute, witch
The setup then was:
courtyard, fortune teller, menagerie, bridge, nomadís camp, city, margrave, market, tribute, witch
Varsinor started 4/3 against me and opened nomadís camp whereas I started 3/4 and bought silver/courtyard. On his t2 Varsinor got 4$ and bought 2 courtyards. At this point I felt pretty well since the witch would be my 2nd action card compared to Varsinorís 4th and I already had a silver. I played courtyard on t3 so that I could empty my drawing pile on t4 and bought a witch. Varsinor drew horribly, I got a 2nd witch and was able to give him 2 curses before he bought his witch. He was not able to recover from this disadvantage, I won the curse split 3/7 and defended my lead with relative ease til the end so that I advanced to the final where I would meet Tonks77 who had won her 7th straight game.

Final:
The setup was determined as it had been for the semis. The 22 cards were:
courtyard, moat, pawn, great hall, menagerie, steward, village, milita, remodel, scout, explorer, harlekin, hunting party, library, merchant ship, tribute, witch, fairgrounds, farmland, harem, expand
The setup:
menagerie, steward, village, milita, remodel, harlekin, hunting party, library, witch, fairgrounds
We both cut decks and Tonks77 had 5/2 while I didnít. She opened witch and I spent what felt like 20 minutes on the decision how to play this now. I would definitely have been at a huge disadvantage in a mirror match. So -Stef- came to my mind both with his article on driving the 2nd player seat as well as one of his favourite openings: steward/steward. A problem for an engine deck was the lack of +buy and then there was hunting party which would allow Tonks77 to cycle her deck quickly and pump curses into my deck. Despite this I felt like I simply had to take a different route and go for the engine. Luckily, Tonks got her witch on t4 which caused the reshuffle then as she had opened witch/- providing me with some air. I trashed 2 estates on t3 and had another tough call to make on t4 with estate, 3 coppers, steward. I trashed again instead of buying a 5$ card to slim my deck down which I regarded as more important. I lacked +action, though, so I bought a village with 6$. Tonks77 got a steward, as well and hunting parties, then. My deck was slim and I could draw at least large parts of it and trash incoming curses. I then bought a milita to disturb her HP chains. Next was a harlekin which was of tremendous help as it got me a gold, a witch and a HP and I managed to even her 2-0 province lead to 2-2. At 3-3 provinces and 1-0 fairgrounds for here I bought a remodel just before the reshuffle with 8$ as I would be able to win with a province and a duchy if she bought the penultimate province. She did buy it and I drew my 5 cards when she had cut my deck: gold Ė steward Ė remodel Ė harlekin Ė gold. No HP, no village. I calculated and finished the game with remodeling a gold into a province and buying an estate. We both had 25 points as I had assumed (4 provinces each, 1 fairgrounds and 3 curses for her to my estate). The organiser came and declared her the German champion 2012. I canít describe the shock I felt when the meaning of his words reached my brain. I asked why and he said it was due to her first place during the Swiss stage while I came in 3rd only. I replied if I had known this I would never have finished the game. He said it was stated in the rules. Luckily for me, Tonks felt the same way as I did: we drew. So, what was declared the fairest move in several years of tournaments in Essen by Brathannes, she offered me a rematch. The organisers agreed but wanted a quick one. They chose a setup from intrigue for the

2nd final: courtyard, masquerade, shanty town, steward, wishing well, copper smith, scout, trading post, torturer, upgrade
Well, most plausible seemed masquerade/BM to both of us so we played it. Tonks got 2$ on t3 and bought a courtyard, I had masquerade on t3, bought a gold, she got a gold on t4 and I had a courtyard on t4. Nothing too interesting happened, there was a little back and forth, Tonks got a torturer for 5$ once but when she played it I had a masquerade in hand which helped me more than it hurt and I won with 4-2 duchies and 0(or 1)-2 curses when we both had 4 provinces.

It was a really nice event, there were free drinks throughout the day and lunch, setups were mostly rather interesting (especially games 1, 4 and 5 and the original final, games 2 and 6 were not, imho). I didnít like the commentary as it revealed strategies to other players but there was nothing to be done as it is regarded as a promo event for dominion as well. And then the speakers were placed inside the playing area and pretty loud which was a little disturbing when you really had to calculate. Nevertheless, all in all it was great since I rarely have the opportunity to play such a row of real life competition games against strong players with theoretically all the cards available. And finally, I really have to thank Tonks again for her fair rematch offer which technically was not necessary at all.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2012, 03:02:42 pm »
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That sounds like some stiff competition!  Congrats
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2012, 03:08:29 pm »
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Congratulatoins! I tried to read the german report but got stuck at Umbau. My guess, based on the Anbau from Intrigue is that it is Remodel.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2012, 03:19:11 pm »
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Congratulatoins! I tried to read the german report but got stuck at Umbau. My guess, based on the Anbau from Intrigue is that it is Remodel.
Exactly.
There are 6 of "XYZ-bau"s in German: Umbau, Anbau, Aufbau, Ausbau, Nachbau, Neubau and since I learned most cards except those playable on BSW on isotropic I still mix them all up in German. :)
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2012, 04:30:53 pm »
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Gonna copy Davio here:

Short version: I won with Tonks77 runner-up and Varsinor coming 3rd.

Detailed version to come, still gotta translate my German report.
Haha, congrats my German brother.

Feels good, doesn't it? ;D

I'm looking forward to your report.

I'm still a bit sad that they decided to hold the World Cup at Gencon with those weird college qualifiers and what not.
A European championship at Spiel would have seemed fitting to me.

Oh, and of course you get to lose 3 stars (in my case it was 4) and get a blue one in return, makes you feel even more special.  8)
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #5 on: October 20, 2012, 05:41:11 pm »
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A blue star would be pretty. Too bad I'm not a former national champion or anything...  ::)
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2012, 09:37:44 pm »
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Congratulations man!
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #7 on: October 21, 2012, 05:32:41 am »
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A blue star would be pretty. Too bad I'm not a former national champion or anything...  ::)
Just ask Theory, I'm sure he would be happy to oblige.

I mean, even with these events having a lot of luck in them, I still believe you can't win them without being an actually decent player thus for me the achievement still means something.
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« Reply #8 on: October 21, 2012, 06:14:11 am »
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I'm sure he would. I'm not sure I want one, though. I mean, the first five rounds were Base only. I got the first seat in the first game, where I faced players who bought two silvers when they hit 6 with two buys. And ignored Witch, because Spy was on the board and he's able to filter through those curses... After that the tables were seeded, so while I got to play better and better players, I got to sit as player 1 most of the tournament. I was knocked down one game, but managed to win from third position while being the only player going for Smithy/Big Money on a really vanilla board.

The semi finals were a blast though. Can't remember much from the finals except I went for some crazy Hoard/Gardens thing in a Sea Hag game.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #9 on: October 21, 2012, 06:57:52 am »
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I hope your report is coming soon, lespeutere, Google Translate does an awful job with the formatting.  :(
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« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2012, 07:05:09 am »
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Yeah, we've hijacked this thread long enough. We want our tournament report!
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« Reply #11 on: October 21, 2012, 09:22:36 am »
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Sorry, Lekkit!  Promise it was nothing personal :)  I had just forgotten.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2012, 09:32:14 am »
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detailed version in my OP now
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« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2012, 10:03:09 am »
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Wow, Tonks77 showed amazing sportsmanship!
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #14 on: October 21, 2012, 10:16:31 am »
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A 2-player tournament?  Lucky! 
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« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2012, 01:28:21 pm »
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What is harlekin?  I'm guessing that's the German name for a card, but I can't figure out what the English name is.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #16 on: October 21, 2012, 01:31:10 pm »
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What is harlekin?  I'm guessing that's the German name for a card, but I can't figure out what the English name is.
Mountebank?
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #17 on: October 21, 2012, 01:40:36 pm »
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No, that's Jester.
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« Reply #18 on: October 21, 2012, 01:49:15 pm »
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What is harlekin?  I'm guessing that's the German name for a card, but I can't figure out what the English name is.

sorry  :-[

harlekin = jester, as Qvist corrected
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #19 on: October 21, 2012, 04:31:57 pm »
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Great report and it makes me happy to hear that there were some nice people there!
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #20 on: October 22, 2012, 02:31:14 am »
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We had a draw come up in the 2 player final of Swedish nationals as well, but the top seed didn't win that match, grr! (Not that he should, anyway, that's super ridiculous. Kudos to Tonks for not accepting that crap).

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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #21 on: October 22, 2012, 03:23:34 am »
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Congratulations.

Round 3: pawn, masquerade, steward, bridge, harem (base)

strange set...
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« Reply #22 on: October 22, 2012, 05:38:50 am »
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Congratulations.

Round 3: pawn, masquerade, steward, bridge, harem (base)

strange set...

Nice to see you guys read everything really carefully :-) Changed it.
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Re: German Dominion championship 2012 at Spiel in Essen
« Reply #23 on: October 22, 2012, 05:00:11 pm »
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Congratulations on here too.

I won't comment comment on how i did in that tournament *cough
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