Answer is no!
Just remember only the Europe rule book has the rules about straits.
Only the Pacific rule book has the China and Kamikaze rules.
Can’t think of any others. You would think both rule books could insert those sections into the global rules section at the end.
Since I have joined Triplea, I had more success playing with no bid than bid.
Do you think that’s because when you get a bid you bite off more than you can chew, or did you play the same?
I see you often do Taranto, SZ 96, and Ethiopia. If you don’t change a thing, but still accept a bid and use it just for those battles, then it I’d think you’d be just as successful. Should just increase the odds of those battles. A bid might lead to UK Europe sending fighters to Moscow quicker while the US and company hammer Japan.
If both battles are 80% odds and he wins them with most units left and i lost all that is dice.
Attacker hitting 2/10 and defender hitting 7/7 that is just luck screwing you over.
If i got 80+% of winning with some units left, i can exect bad dice and mutual annihilation not him taking nearly 0 damage and im being annihilated.