I’ve improved my German/Italian strategy to the point that if the US doesn’t committ anything to Europe, the allies will lose - and lose bad.
Even if Japan is wiped off the board by US8, which, isn’t likely to happen. Without intervention of somekind by the US, into the mediterranean or otherwise, the Axis will win in Europe - nye guarunteed.
This can be compounded with a micro Japanese campaign against the Russians in the east - eroding the red income.
Try it on the Europe board. Take the U.S. right out of the game. The Allies don’t stand a chance. Thats also considering Germany gets 2 less IPC’s from the Paris capture, and the reds give a full committment against germany, with no troop draws to japan, and no chance of income erosion in the east.
All theories of a 100% American committment to Japan are hereby debunked.
And just think of the Japanese counter options, if you know the yanks are coming, and you only have to play a delay game…
Have you tried that strategy I posted about a month ago? If so did you make any modifications?