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2002 WBC Report
This year, 1776 had 16 players.  The first round pairings were random.
Results are listed with winner first and in bold.

Robert Frisby (British) vs. Scott Shaffer (American)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

Matt Burkins (British) vs. Bob Jamelli (American)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

David Metzger (American) vs. Dick Jarvinen (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

Steve Packwood (British) vs. Tim Hitchings (American)
Saratoga Scenario.  
Sides chosen by chit.

Rob Beyma (American) vs. Todd Treadway (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

Jim Lawler (American) vs. Thomas Shaw (British)
Saratoga Scenario
Sides chosen by mutual decision.

Mike Sincavage (British) vs. Lou Manios (American)
Saratoga Scenario.  
Sides chosen by die roll.

Larry Lingle (British) vs. Bruno Sinigaglio (American)
Invasion of Canada Scenario.  
Sides chosen by die roll.


2nd Round (9 Month Campaign Game)
Details of the 9 Month Campaign Games can be found here.

Rob Beyma (British, at right) vs. Dave Metzger (American)
Bid was 12.  Final score was at least 12.

Jim Lawler (British, at left) vs. Matt Burkins (American)
Bid was 11.  Final score was 13.

Robert Frisby (British, at left) vs. Steve Packwood (American)
Bid was 12.  Final score was 12.

Mike Sincavage received a bye when Larry Lingle dropped out.


Semi-Finals (9 Month Campaign Game)


Robert Frisby (American, at left) vs. Mike Sincavage (British)
Bid was 12.  Final score was 11.

Rob Beyma received a bye when Jim Lawler dropped out.


Final (12 Month Campaign Game)

Rob Beyma (American) vs. Robert Frisby (British)
First year of the Campaign Game (January to December 1776).

Frisby bid 14 towns (out of a total of 24, counting Montreal and Quebec) in order to become the British player.  Frisby controlled 13 towns in Dec 1776; therefore, Beyma become the 1776 Centurian.  Details of the final are located here.