Have people enter, and then get a board of top rated players to judge each player, from then creating pairs that are as fair as possible. They then create the brackets. Players would work in 2-man teams in 2 on 2 games. The winner continues on, the loser goes to the loser bracket, but if you lose in there, you are out. Then the top two losing teams face off to see who gets to see the winners champion. Then the winner and loser champions face each other to see who wins there. For playing different games: games like Bulge, D-Day, and Guadal are worth the lowest points for Ws and Ls, while 1940 and Anniversary are worth more points for both winners and losers. To prevent cheating, there will be a judge at each game who will officiate, but will not punish players if they screw up, but will disqualify them if they do things like roll the dice again, or pick their tech, etc.,intentional cheating like that in which there is evidence beyond a REASONABLE doubt. Everyone should have fun, as it is a double then play for fun elimination circut. If your are knocked out of the losing bracket, you then join the other pairs(1/4 of total players at first possible chance), and play for fun, not to advance, as you are knocked out of the tournament. Where and when will the convention be held because I will try to get there if it is in the US.
Grant or Sherman, who was the better general?
Both were the best North genrals the Union had but who would you say had a bigger impact in the Souths fall in the U.S. CIVIL WAR. Was it GRANTS pinning down Robert E. Lee and always threating Richmond? OR Was it Shermans Deep invasion of the South and the destruction of Atlanta?? OR Were their stratgies of equal value??
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As much as I hate him, I have to place my hat in with Sherman. :-?
He drive was unseen since General Patton after him.
Yanny last edited by
Grant, yes, he kept the South down. But Sherman, he made the killing blow. Hundreds of thousands more could of died had Sherman not broke the south’s spine.
If you want to know the answer to this question all you have to do is ask a southerner “who is the most hated General in history?”
They will always say Sherman.