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2001 WBC Report

This year, 1776 had 10 players.  The first round pairings were random.
Candid photos of first round action.  Results are listed with winner first
and in bold.

Steve Packwood (British) vs. Greg Garenza (American)
Saratoga Scenario.  
Sides chosen by chit.

Robert Frisby (British) vs. Greg Palmer (American)
Saratoga Scenario
Frisby bid 3 strength points (SPs) for the honor of playing the British.

David Metzger (British) vs. Andy Joy (American)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by die roll.

Fred Barker (American) vs. Mark Miklos (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

Matt Burkins (British) vs. Jim Lawler (American)
Tory and Indian Scenario with Leader Rules
Sides chosen by mutual decision.


2nd Round (Semi-Finals)
Fred Barker had to drop out, so the second round became the semi-finals

Steve Packwood (British) vs. Matt Burkins (American)
Saratoga Scenario.  
Sides chosen by chit.

David Metzger (American) vs. Robert Frisby (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Frisby bid 1 strength point (SP) for the honor of playing the British.


Final

Steve Packwood (British) vs. David Metzger (American)
First year of the Campaign Game (January to December 1776) using all option rules except hidden movement.  Players bid strategic towns that the British player must control in December 1776 in order to win the game.

Steve bid 13 towns (out of a total of 24, counting Montreal and Quebec) in order to become the British player.  Steve controlled 14 towns in Dec 1776 to become the first 1776 Centurian.

Details of Championship Game.


For Third Place
(Frisby and Burkins had time on their hands)

Matt Burkins (American) vs. Robert Frisby (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Frisby bid 1 strength point (SP) for the honor of playing the British.