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  • Carthaginian Player Name:
  • Roman Player Name:
  • AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (Yes: we have played an AREA rated match of Hannibal against each other before  No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
  • Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen:
  • Winning Player:
  • Turn Game Ended:
  • Method of Victory:
    • Resignation
    • Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium
    • Rome sacked
    • Carthage sacked
    • Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    • Final province count victory
  • # of Provinces controlled (Winner)
  • # of Provinces controlled (Defeated)
  • Turn Number on which the following occur:
    • Syracuse Joins Carthage
    • Syracuse sacked by Rome
    • Philip Joins Carthage
    • Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    • Death of Hannibal (and circumstances)
    • Death of Africanus (and circumstances)
    • Truce (whether as event or ops)
    • Messenger Intercepted by Rome
    • Messenger Intercepted by Carthage
  • Optional Adjustments Used:
    • List any that are used.

 

 

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  1. These results are for Game 1-12.
    My ACTS ID: Todd Wilde
    Carthaginian Player : Larry S
    Roman Player : Todd W
    I have no AREA rating
    Bid : Carthage 1. Rome was chosen
    Winning Player : Rome – Todd W
    Turn Game Ended: 7
    Game ended in Resignation
    Province count = 10 Rome / 8 Carthage
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – did not occur
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – did not occur
    Philip Joins Carthage – Turn 5
    Phillip Makes Peace with Rome – did not occur

  2. BPA 2019 Game 1-7
    Carthaginian Player Name: Kirk Harris
    Roman Player Name: Andrew Trifan
    AREA game of Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: Y for Kirk (about 10+ years ago) – I think N for Andrew (but you can correct)
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: +1 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Kirk Harris
    Turn Game Ended: 6
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 11
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 7
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage Turn 4
    Syracuse sacked by Rome N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage Turn 6
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) Turn 6 – Army Destroyed in Retreat (victim of Hannibal’s Double Envelopment)
    Truce (whether as event or ops) Turn 3 and Turn 6
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage Turn 1

  3. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-19
    Carthaginian Player Name: Derek Landel
    Roman Player Name: Pawel Jarosz
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: Y
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Rome for 0
    Winning Player: Derek Landel (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 6
    Method of Victory: Resignation

    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : Turn 2
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : Turn 5
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : Turn 4
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  4. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 1-8
    Carthaginian Player Name: Mike Lembke
    Roman Player Name: Claudio C
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Rome for 1
    Winning Player: Mike Lembke (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 7
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 12
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 6
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : Turn 4
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : Turn 6
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : Turns 2 & 6 (both as events)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : Turn 5
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  5. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 1-47

    Carthaginian Player Name: Stephen K
    Roman Player Name: Tom S
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Tom bid 0 for Rome
    Winning Player: Stephen K
    Turn Game Ended: 9
    Final province count victory 8 points
    – Provinces controlled (Winner) 9
    – Provinces controlled (Defeated) 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    = Syracuse Joins Carthage – 217 BC
    = Syracuse sacked by Rome – n/a
    = Philip Joins Carthage – 215-214 BC
    = Philip Makes Peace with Rome – n
    = Death of Hannibal : 206-204 BC
    = Death of Africanus (and circumstances): 209-207 BC
    Killed in at Syracuse in 11 round battle with Mago who had sailed to relieve siege of Syracuse, lost 2 of 10 CU defeating Flaminius the immediately prior round (13 cards to Rome’s 9), then destroyed Africanus with a double envelopment despite being down 11 cards to 15 (drew 4 reserves).
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : 216 BC, 217 BC & 209-207 BC (both for ops), 206-204 BC
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : 211-210 BC
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : 217 BC
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  6. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 1-16
    Carthaginian Player Name: Stéphane Chevallier
    Roman Player Name: Tim Tow
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: ?
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Stéphane bid 3 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Stéphane Chevallier
    Turn Game Ended: T9
    Method of Victory:
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : T3
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) T9
    Truce (whether as event or ops) T3 T4 T7 T8
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome T5
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : T1-T8

  7. ACTS Game Name:1-02
    Carthaginian Player Name: Sean McCulloch
    Roman Player Name:Greg Ottoman
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N:Don’t think so
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Sean bid 2 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Sean
    Turn Game Ended: End of turn 9
    Method of Victory:

    Final province count victory

    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated)9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:

    Syracuse Joins Carthage NA
    Syracuse sacked by Rome NA
    Philip Joins Carthage 5
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome NA
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) 4. Sean stupidly went into Italy and got trapped.
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) NA
    Truce (whether as event or ops) 2 (ops) 3 (event) 5 (ops). Weird it didn’t come up after that..
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome 1 (ops) 4 (event) 8 (ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage NA

    Optional Adjustments Used: I don’t think any

  8. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-44
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Si
    Roman Player Name: Jean-L
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: n
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 1
    Winning Player: Dan Si (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 4 (215-214 BC)
    Method of Victory: Resignation

    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 13
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 5

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : Turn 1 (218 BC)
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : Turn 2 (217 BC)
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : Turn 2 (217 BC)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : Turn 3 (216 BC)
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  9. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-29
    Carthaginian Player Name: Keith Wixson
    Roman Player Name: Todd Wilde
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: no
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 1
    Winning Player: Wixson (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 7
    Method of Victory: Resignation (upon death of Africanus)

    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 9

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : N/A (Syracuse was about to be sacked by Carthage when Rome surrendered)
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : Turn 4
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus : Turn 7 (killed attempting to lift the Carthaginian siege of Syracuse with an attack from the sea)
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : Turns 4 and 6
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : Turn 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : Turn 4
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  10. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 1-1
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Leader
    Roman Player Name: Dan Sirbu
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Dan L won with bid of 2 to take Carthage
    Winning Player: Dan Leader – Carthage
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory: Resignation Turn 9 after Scipio lost on a DE
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 12
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 4
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage: Turn 3
    Syracuse sacked by Rome: N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage: N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances): N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances): Final battle losses not resolved, but might have perished in the last battle on turn 9.
    Truce (whether as event or ops): Turn 1 event, turn 5 event.
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome: Turn 5
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: Turn 6
    Optional Adjustments Used: None
    Unusual events: On turn 5, Hannibal tried twice in a row to sail to Croton and needed anything but a “6” to make it, but was turned back both times. Also, on the final battle of Hannibal vs. Scipio, Hannibal was dealt five DEs so kept playing them until one finally worked, forcing resignation.

  11. Game BPA2019 2-22
    Carthage Ron Jacobson
    Rome John Sutcliffe
    Bid 2 PCs to be Rome
    Carthage Ron Jacobson
    Rome John Sutcliffe
    Not played before
    Win – John Sutcliffe – Rome
    Resignation by Carthage turn 7 Province 9-9 (with Syracuse active) but CUs 36 Rome, 15 Carthage
    Syracuse enters turn 7
    Macedon turn 1 and active throughout.
    Truce 3 times.
    Messenger 3 times, all played as event by Carthage.
    Hannibal and Africanus still going strong.

    Almost obscenely pro Roman die rolls. Easily compensated for the !!!***!! Messenger.

  12. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-26
    Carthaginian Player Name: Chris Trimmer
    Roman Player Name: Daniel Blumentritt
    AREA game of Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage played before: No.
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 1 PC marker bid for Carthage.
    Winning Player: Carthage
    Turn Game Ended: T6
    Method of Victory: Resignation.
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 11 (Africa 4, Spain 3, Italy 3, Sicily 1)
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 7 (Spain 1, Italy 4, Corsica 1, Syracuse 1)
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage
    Syracuse sacked by Rome
    Philip Joins Carthage: T2
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: T5 (at the nadir of Rome’s power, too)
    Death of Hannibal:
    Death of Africanus:
    Truce (whether as event or ops): T6 (Rome played for ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome:
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: T1 (pulled Diplomacy)

    It was mostly a stalemate until the middle of Turn 4. Rome had 2×3 and 6×1 cards and Carthage had a pair of campaigns. I suffered much from elephant charging and there were several big battles all of which (or maybe all of 1 which) Carthage won. They were some unusual battles with bad generals hitting a lot of their initiatives before finally succumbing. At one point Rome had 14 troops on the board while Carthage had 13 just in Italy. Hannibal flipped a couple of provinces in Italy and I just had to sit back and let him convert the spaces.

    Turn 5 I had a decent lineup of leaders – Fabius, Flaminius, and Nero – but not even enough CU to field 2 effective armies. But then U got the campaigns cards that turn, plus Diplomacy, and I got Nero into Spain & took Idubeda plus 2 spaces in Celtiberia, while I finally beat Hannibal and cut him down a bit (although Gisgo was nearby with 5 more CU).

    Then on Turn 6 with Nero staying in Spain and Scipio A showing up in Rome I felt pretty good, but I was running low on PCs. My other issue was that, while I had interior lines that somewhat separated Gisgo and Hannibal, my ability to take advantage of that was limited by my hesitancy to combine my armies and have Africanus lose command of both the battle and possibly some of his troops. I should have repositioned right away before bothering to fix the PCs, but didn’t. Chris pounced immediately and put me in a bad spot. Then a couple of moves later, with a minor campaign, Hannibal beat Africanus while Hasdrubal beat Nero. I was left with only 10 CU on the board (armies of 3, 3, and 4) and threw in the towel.

    Even the 11-7 province count was misleading as all of mine were basically down to the minimal amount necessary for control, and so it was much more likely to get worse before it got better (if it ever did). Carthage had grain shortage in the waiting and was set to, at the very least, take Idubeda back plus use the double-move at the turn in Italy, so Rome was probably looking at 12-5 or 13-5 to start Turn 7, if the game had continued.

  13. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-17
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Leader
    Roman Player Name: James Pei
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Dan won the bid with 2 to play as Carthage.
    Winning Player: Dan Leader (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: End of turn 9 (full game)
    Method of Victory: Final province count victory.
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage: N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome: N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage: T5
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances): N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances): N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops): Carthage T2 as ops; Rome T5 as event; Carthage T7 as ops;
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome: T5
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: T7
    Optional Adjustments Used: None
    Unusual events: Of 18 battles total, Carthage won 12, Romans 5, and Romans successfully retreated from battle once. Of particular importance, Hannibal won 3 battles in succession on the final turn to stay alive in Italy. Flank Lefts were the tactic of choice for the Carthaginians in nearly every battle. Hannibal entered Italy on T1 and remained until T6 when reinforcements being brought by Mago were turned away on the Naval Combat table. On T8, a play of desertion cost the Carthaginians 6 CUs, dealing a heavy blow. Scipio Africanus then attempted the only invasion of Spain for the game but was repulsed by Hannibal and had to slink back over the Alps. However, Corsica/Sardinia and Sicily were both retaken by the Romans, leaving the Carthaginians in a losing position. On T9, Carthage was dealt only one “3” card but both “Hannibal Charms Italy” and “I have come into Italy. . .” Since sea invasion was not feasible, the only choice was for Hannibal to recross the Alps into Italy and at least stay alive long enough to play both of those key cards, hopefully claiming the extra province needed for victory. Choosing the southern route through the Ligurians, Hannibal thought he was safe for one round at least until Scipio pulled a forced march. But this was when Hannibal won three battles in a row against Scipio (twice) and Marcellus (once) to pull off the upset.

  14. ACTS Game Name: ‘BPA 2019 2-21
    Carthaginian Player Name: Phillip Watkins
    Roman Player Name: Henry Rice
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (Yes: we have played an AREA rated match of Hannibal against each other before No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us): No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 1 for Rome
    Winning Player: Henry Rice
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory: Carthage sacked

    Resignation
    Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium
    Rome sacked
    Carthage sacked
    Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    Final province count victory

    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 12
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 6
    Turn Number on which the following occur:

    Syracuse Joins Carthage 6
    Syracuse sacked by Rome No
    Philip Joins Carthage 2
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances)
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) Turn 9. Died in amphibious assault on Rome, against Hannibal
    Truce (whether as event or ops) 4
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage 2

    Optional Adjustments Used: MI optional rule used.

    List any that are used.

  15. ACTS Game Name: 2-27
    Carthaginian Player Name: Mike Kaye
    Roman Player Name: Michael Day
    No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
    Bid for Side, 0 Carthage Kaye
    Winning Player: Michael Day
    Turn Game Ended: 5
    Method of Victory: Surrender
    Resignation Ye
    Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    Final province count victory 13-5
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 13
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 5
    Syracuse Joins Carthage na
    Syracuse sacked by Rome na
    Philip Joins Carthage
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome na
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) In desperation tried to siege Rome and was defeated by Nero and eliminated.
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) na
    Truce (whether as event or ops) ops t5
    No messenger intercepted either side
    Rome invaded Africa early and Flaminius defeated Hasdrubal in a critical battle. East and West Numidia went to Rome and Hasdrubal held up in the Capital. Rome went on to conquer 2 provinces in Spain. Province count was 13-5. In desperation Hannibal sieged Rome. After his army was weakened and down to 3 CU but with 2 siege points Nero returned from Africa and defeated and eliminated Hannibal at Rome. Scipio Africanus never appeared. Flaminius went down as the greatest Roman General of all time, followed by Nero; the savior of Rome.

  16. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 2-43
    Carthaginian Player Name: Todd Wilde
    Roman Player Name: Mike Brophy
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Rome for 0
    Winning Player: Todd Wilde (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : 2 (ops), 5 (ops), 7 (ops), 9 (event)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : Turn 3
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : Turn 6

  17. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 3-54
    Carthaginian Player Name: Todd Wilde
    Roman Player Name: Dan Sirbu
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 0
    Winning Player: Dan Sirbu(Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 2 (217 BC)
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : T2 (217 BC)
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : N/A

    Hannibal crossed the Alps in first impulse of Turn 2 but suffered maximum crossing losses. Paulus engaged Hannibal’s army in the first impulse of T2 and won an epic 11-round battle in which Hannibal was displaced.

  18. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 3-59
    Carthaginian Player Name: John Sutcliffe
    Roman Player Name: Henry Rice
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: Y
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 1 for Rome
    Winning Player: Henry Rice
    Turn Game Ended: 3
    Method of Victory:
    Resignation Yes
    Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium
    Rome sacked
    Carthage sacked
    Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    Final province count victory 10-8
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage
    Syracuse sacked by Rome
    Philip Joins Carthage
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances)
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances)
    Truce (whether as event or ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome Turn 3
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage
    Optional Adjustments Used:
    List any that are used.

  19. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 2-18
    Carthaginian Player Name: Sean M
    Roman Player Name: Scott Burns
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Sean won bid for Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Scott Burrns(Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 8
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 13
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 5
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : Turn 6
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : Event twice – turn 3 by Romans, turn 7 by Carthage
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : yes – turn 2
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : yes – turn 5

    Hannibal crossed the Alps Turn 2, but lots of reinforcements meant Romans could send large force to Spain as well as hold Italy. Hannibal slipped by and ended up converting Apulia and Lucania while the Romans took most of Spain. Once Scipio arrived, he took back Italy, leaving Carthage only Africa and Syracuse from card.

  20. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-32
    Carthaginian Player Name: Michael Ussery
    Roman Player Name: Stephane Chevallier
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (Yes: we have played an AREA rated match of Hannibal against each other before No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 3 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Carthage
    Turn Game Ended:9
    Method of Victory:

    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner)9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage 8
    Syracuse sacked by Rome not
    Philip Joins Carthage 4
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome not
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) not
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) 8 Hasdrubal defeated Africanus with Maharbal’s cavalry and a lucky 6 roll in Africa
    Truce (whether as event or ops) 4,5, 8
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage 6
    Optional Adjustments Used:none

  21. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 3-58
    Carthaginian Player Name: Derek Landel
    Roman Player Name: Pete Reese
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this : Don’t Think So
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Carthage – Derek Landel
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 8
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 10
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 7
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – Turns 1,3 and 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – Turn 7
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  22. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 56 Journal
    Carthaginian Player Name: Stéphane Chevallier
    Roman Player Name: Stephen Knight
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Stephen wins the bid for Rome with 1
    Winning Player: Stéphane Chevallier (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended:
    Method of Victory: Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 14
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 3
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage T1
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage T3

  23. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 3-62
    Carthaginian Player Name: Peter Putnam
    Roman Player Name: Michael Day
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this : Don’t Think So
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Rome 0
    Winning Player: Carthage – Peter Putnam
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 4
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 1
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – not played
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – Turn 1
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  24. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #57
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Leader
    Roman Player Name: Scott Burns
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Dan bid was 1 pc for Carthage, Scott accepted
    Winning Player: Scott Burns
    Turn Game Ended: Complete Game
    Method of Victory: Final Province Count Victory 10-8 to Rome

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Yes, turn 3
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – Does this mean did Rome take Syracuse back, if so Yes retaken turn 4
    Philip Joins Carthage – Yes, turn 3
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome – Did not happen
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – Yes, Scipio attacked him in Italy on the very first impulse of turn 6 having just arrived and won with a DE and rolled a 5 on the retreat table, wiping out Hannibal’s entire force
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – Yes, on turn 8, Scipio invaded Hispania with no allies and Hasdrubal attacked him. Despite having the Spanish allies desert card, and more troops Scipio lost to Hasdrubal and was left with only a few cu. Scipio A tried to retreat out of range but Mago caught him with a force march and won a battle where Scipio has no retreat path.
    Truce (whether as event or ops) carthage played truce as event turn 5, was over next impulse. Rome played truce as ops on turn 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – yes turn 6 and turn 9
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – yes turn 2 and turn 5
    Optional Adjustments Used: none

    Final turn came down to a single 50-50 intercept roll on the second to last impusle – 1-3 – 100% carthage win, 4-6 – 95% rome wins (Rome still needed to win a battle but with more cards & much better leader…) and luck was with the Romans!

  25. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 2-38
    Carthaginian Player Name: Roderick Lee
    Roman Player Name: Ron Jacobsen
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before: No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: C2
    Winning Player: Roderick Lee
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory:

    Rome resigned at the beginning of Turn 9 under a 9-9 Truce with no means to end Truce

    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:

    Syracuse Joins Carthage: 8
    Syracuse sacked by Rome: N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage: N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: N/A
    Death of Hannibal: Turn 5, after losing a 5-0 battle and retreating across the Alps, Marcellus caught him by Force Marching and dealing the final blow
    Death of Africanus: N/A
    Truce: by Carthage in Turns 4 and 8, by Rome in Turn 7 and for ops by Carthage in Turn 5
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome: Turns 3 and 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: N/A

    Optional Adjustments Used: N/A

    • forgot to add that in the 5-0 battle, Hannibal failed to avoid and then never gained the initiative, failing 4 rolls in a row, including the avoid battle

  26. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #68
    Carthaginian Player Name: Stéphane Chevallier
    Roman Player Name: John Sutcliffe

    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Stéphane bid 1 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Carthage – Stéphane Chevallier
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 4
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 3
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – not played

  27. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #41
    Carthaginian Player Name: Kirk Harris
    Roman Player Name: Mike Lembke
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Mike Lembke bid 0 for Rome
    Winning Player: Mike Lembke (Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: 6
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 8
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 10
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage: 4
    Syracuse sacked by Rome: NA
    Philip Joins Carthage: NA
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: NA
    Truce (whether as event or ops): 3, 5, 6
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome: 1
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: 0
    Optional Adjustments Used: none

  28. •ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #60
    •Carthaginian Player Name: Randy Pippus
    •Roman Player Name: Geoff Allbert
    •AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
    •Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Bid of 2 for Carthage
    •Winning Player: Randy Pippus
    •Turn Game Ended: 6
    •Method of Victory: ◦Resignation/Time
    ◦Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium
    ◦Rome sacked
    ◦Carthage sacked
    ◦Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    ◦Final province count victory

    •# of Provinces controlled (Winner) 9
    •# of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 6
    •Turn Number on which the following occur: ◦Syracuse Joins Carthage Turn 5
    ◦Syracuse sacked by Rome
    ◦Philip Joins Carthage
    ◦Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    ◦Death of Hannibal (and circumstances)
    ◦Death of Africanus (and circumstances)
    ◦Truce (whether as event or ops): Roman Turn 2 as Ops
    ◦Messenger Intercepted by Rome: Roman Turn 4
    ◦Messenger Intercepted by Carthage

    •Optional Adjustments Used: ◦List any that are used: None

    Rome had early Success in Idubeda and Numidia but so did Hannibal in Italy. Cato Counsels prevented a Roman follow-up into Africa while Hannibal won a series of Battles culminating in the Double Envelopment Defeat of Africanus and lifting the Siege of Capua.

  29. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #77
    Carthaginian Player Name: Scott Burns
    Roman Player Name: Derek Landel
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this: No. This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Derek Landel
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 6
    Method of Victory: Carthage Sacked
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 7
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 11
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 5
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage – N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome – N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – Turn 5 as he attempted to sail to Carthage to lift the siege.
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – Turn 3
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – Turn 3
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – N/A
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  30. • ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #79
    • Carthaginian Player Name: Chris Trimmer
    • Roman Player Name: Peter Putnam
    • AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
    • Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 2 PCs for Carthage
    • Winning Player: Chris Trimmer
    • Turn Game Ended: 4
    • Method of Victory:
    o Resignation
    • # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 10
    • # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 7
    • Turn Number on which the following occur:
    o Syracuse Joins Carthage – 4
    o Syracuse sacked by Rome
    o Philip Joins Carthage
    o Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    o Death of Hannibal (and circumstances)
    o Death of Africanus (and circumstances)
    o Truce (whether as event or ops) – 4
    o Messenger Intercepted by Rome -2
    o Messenger Intercepted by Carthage
    • Optional Adjustments Used:
    o Messenger Intercepted: Variant.

  31. ACTS Game Name: 69
    Carthaginian Player Name: Robert Champer
    Roman Player Name: George Young
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: N
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage 2
    Winning Player: George/Rome
    Turn Game Ended: 5
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Philip Joins Carthage Turn 5
    Others didn’t occur
    Truce (whether as event or ops) Turn 1

    Carthage sent Mago to go after Sicily, taking all of the African troops. In 2 battles, Flaminius defeated/destroyed the force, at which point Robert conceded. Carthage was down to 14 troops on the board. Rome still had almost 30, with Africanus due to arrive and no Carthaginians in North Africa.

  32. ACTS Game Name: 53
    • Carthaginian Player Name: Daniel B
    • Roman Player Name: Mike L
    • Daniel B bid 1 for Carthage (placed PC Emporiae, Massilia)
    • Winning Player: Mike L (Rome)
    • Turn Game Ended: 4 (215-214)
    • Method of Victory: Resignation
    NOTE: Carthage resigned after losing a battle that may have necessitated losing some provinces during the repercussions of defeat, but the PC were never removed since the game was already over.
    • # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 10
    • # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 8
    • Turn Number on which the following occur:
    • Truce:
    o Carthage T1 – ops
    o Carthage T2 – event
    • Messenger Intercepted by Rome:
    o T3 – grabbed Ally Deserts
    • Messenger Intercepted by Carthage:
    • Uses of Diplomacy:
    o Rome T1 – Dertosa, Idubeda
    o Rome T1 – Azaila, Idubeda
    o Carthage T2 – Dertosa, Idubeda
    • Death of Hannibal (and circumstances): Turn 4, last battle in GT
    • Truce (whether as event or ops): Turn 2
    • Messenger Intercepted by Rome: Turn 3
    • Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: N/A
    • Optional Adjustments Used: none

    Notable Events
    o T2 Marcellus went over to Hispania and won with a DE! Hasdrubal/6 vanished (had 0 DE, 0 R in hand).
    o T3 Hannibal/9[1E] attacks Fabius/Flaminius/10, had 0 FR or R, tried withdraw 2x, failed both, lost big
    o T3 Mago brings 5 over to New Carthage, Marcellus attacks. Hasdrubal fails 3 straight initiative and loses
    o T4 Marcellus attacks Hasdrubal, who fails retreat (was hoping to get away and then dismiss Marcellus with next card play), then fails 4 straight initiative and loses.
    o T4 Hannibal attacks Paulus in desperation even though outnumbered in battle cards 11-15, gets 0 FR or R. Hannibal gets 2 of 4 CA rolls, Paulus gets 3 of 4. Hannibal rolls 6 on the retreat table and loses his whole force. Carthage surrenders.

  33. ACTS Game Name:BPA 2019 #78
    Carthaginian Player Name: Randy Pippus
    Roman Player Name: Henry Rice
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (Yes: we have played an AREA rated match of Hannibal against each other before No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us): Yes
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 1 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Henry Rice
    Turn Game Ended: 7
    Method of Victory: Resignation

    Resignation
    Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium
    Rome sacked
    Carthage sacked
    Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs
    Final province count victory 12-2

    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 12
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 2
    Turn Number on which the following occur:

    Syracuse Joins Carthage 0
    Syracuse sacked by Rome n/a
    Philip Joins Carthage 1
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome n/a
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) 7, died without retreat to Fabius
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) n/a
    Truce (whether as event or ops) 3
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome 5
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage 1

  34. ACTS Game Name:BPA 2019 #65
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan L
    Roman Player Name: Mike L
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 1 for Carthage
    Winning Player: Mike L (Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: 3
    Method of Victory: Resignation: Hannibal displaced after a loss in Bruttium.

    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 8
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 10

    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage n/a
    Syracuse sacked by Rome n/a
    Philip Joins Carthage n/a
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome n/a
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) 3, displaced after loss in Bruttium
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) n/a
    Truce (whether as event or ops): n/a
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome: n/a
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage 1

  35. ⦁ ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 3-51
    ⦁ Carthaginian Player Name: Roderick Lee
    ⦁ Roman Player Name: Jeremy Harrison
    ⦁ No previous AREA game between us
    ⦁ Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: C2
    ⦁ Winning Player: Roderick Lee
    ⦁ Turn Game Ended: 9
    ⦁ Method of Victory: 9-9 province count
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 9

    Turn Number on which the following occur:

    Neither Syracuse event (Syracuse in Roman hands on Turns 1, 4, and 7)
    Philip Joins Carthage in Turn 1, lasting the entire game
    Hannibal and Scipio survive the war
    Truces: Rome on Turns 3 and 9
    Rome Intercepted Messenger on Turn 4; no other Interceptions

    No Optional Adjustments

    Unusual Event:

    Rome opened Turn 9 with Mercenaries Desert and rolled four 6’s(!), followed by three 5’s for the attrition. Carthage then returned the favor with an Epidemic and another roll of 6. In all, 8 CUs lost by both sides without a single battle.

  36. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 Game 73
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Si
    Roman Player Name: Mike L
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 1
    Winning Player: Dan Si (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 2 (217 BC)
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : T1 (ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : N/A
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : N/A

    Hannibal wins three battles in quick succession (including two in which Marcellus rolled terribly for initiative), leaving Rome without manpower and Italy wide open.

  37. ACTS Game Name: 80
    Carthaginian Player Name: Keith Wixson
    Roman Player Name: Michael Mitchell
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this (Yes: we have played an AREA rated match of Hannibal against each other before
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount 1 Keith, and Side Chosen: Carthage
    Winning Player: Michael Mitchell Rome
    Turn Game Ended: 7
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner)10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated)8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage NOT
    Syracuse sacked by Rome NOT
    Philip Joins Carthage NOT
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) Turn 7 DE Combat
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances)
    Truce (whether as event or ops) Events Turns 2,3,6
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome turns 2,5
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage None
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  38. • ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #88
    • Carthaginian Player Name: Chris Trimmer
    • Roman Player Name: Michael Mitchell
    • AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two – No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):
    • Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 3 for Carthage
    • Winning Player: Chris Trimmer
    • Turn Game Ended: 4
    • Method of Victory:
    o Resignation
    • # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 10
    • # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 8
    • Turn Number on which the following occur:
    o Syracuse Joins Carthage – n/a
    o Syracuse sacked by Rome – n/a
    o Philip Joins Carthage – n/a
    o Philip Makes Peace with Rome – n/a
    o Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – n/a
    o Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – n/a
    o Truce (whether as event or ops) – 3
    o Messenger Intercepted by Rome – 3
    o Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – n/a
    • Optional Adjustments Used:
    o None

  39. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #87
    Carthaginian Player Name: Henry Rice
    Roman Player Name: Derek Landel
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of these players: Most Likely
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Derek Landel
    Turn Game Ended: 8
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 7
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – Turn 8
    Philip Joins Carthage – Turn 3
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome – N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – Turn 6 – Hannibal chased down by Marcellus in Transalpina when attempting to head back to Spain.
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – Turns 4 and 6
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – Turn 4
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – N/A
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  40. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #84
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan Sirbu
    Roman Player Name: Keith Wixson
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 1
    Winning Player: Dan Sirbu (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9 (203-201 BC)
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 11
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 7
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : T9
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage : T2
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : T9 (Hasdrubal relieves Carthage after Scipio puts the city under siege)
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : T3 (ops), T7 (ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : T5, T9
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : N/A

    Rome responds to Hannibal’s Alps offensive with a well-timed invasion of Africa aided by a Numidian ally — Hasdrubal is recalled from Spain but loses the first battle at favourable odds then rescues Africa with the second when at a disadvantage. Hannibal makes inroads taking Etruria after winning several engagements with Marcellus but gets slowed by attrition, while Mago’s landing in Lucania gets beaten back. After Scipio arrives he defeats Hannibal and re-takes Etruria. Mago secures Sardinia, Syracuse joins Carthage in the final turn, and Hasdrubal defends Iberia and relieves Scipio’s siege on Carthage with a series of campaigns in spite of losing his messenger.

  41. · ACTS Game Name: #67

    · Carthaginian Player Name: Geoff Allbert

    · Roman Player Name: Mike Kaye

    · AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of this No: This is our first Area game of Hannibal between us):

    · Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Mike bid 0 for Rome

    · Winning Player: Mike Kaye

    · Turn Game Ended: Turn 6

    · Method of Victory: Resignation

    o Resignation

    o Carthage controls all of Italy except Latium

    o Rome sacked

    o Carthage sacked

    o Suit for Peace due to lack of PCs

    o Final province count victory

    · # of Provinces controlled (Winner) 7

    · # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) 11

    · Turn Number on which the following occur:

    o Syracuse Joins Carthage 5

    o Syracuse sacked by Rome

    o Philip Joins Carthage 3

    o Philip Makes Peace with Rome

    o Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) Pending – end of Turn 6, Hannibal in Nemausus with 0 CU; Skippy (8CU) atop Carth Masillia with Hasdrubal (1CU) inside; Varro (2CU) at Narbo; Rhone and Druentia are empty of PC or CU; 1 Roman CU in Nice

    o Death of Africanus (and circumstances)

    o Truce (whether as event or ops) Turn 6/ops; Turn 4/ops

    o Messenger Intercepted by Rome

    o Messenger Intercepted by Carthage Turn 1

    · Optional Adjustments Used: N/A

  42. > ACTS Game Name: BPA 2020 #74
    > Carthaginian Player Name: Stéphane Chevallier
    > Roman Player Name: Mike Kaye
    >
    > Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Stéphane bids 3 for Carthage
    > Winning Player: Stéphane – Carthage
    > Turn Game Ended: T4
    > Method of Victory: Resignation
    > Final province count victory
    > # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 11
    > # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 6
    > Turn Number on which the following occur:
    > Syracuse Joins Carthage – No
    > Syracuse sacked by Rome – No
    > Philip Joins Carthage – T1
    > Philip Makes Peace with Rome -T3

  43. ACTS Game Name: BPA 2019 #92
    Carthaginian Player Name: Chris Trimmer
    Roman Player Name: Derek Landel
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before between the two of these players: I don’t think so. But not sure.
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Derek Landel
    Turn Game Ended: 9
    Method of Victory: Final province count victory (10-8)
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – Turn 6
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – Turn 8
    Philip Joins Carthage – N/A
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome – N/A
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – Turn 3 – Terrible retreat and attrition rolls on a battle vs Fabius in Ariminum.
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) – Turns 4, 7 and 9
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – Turn 4. Also played as OPS in Turn 7.
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – Turn 8
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  44. ACTS Hannibal game 83
    Carthage Player. Stephane Chevallier
    Rome Player Peter Putnam
    Bid Carthage 2
    Winning Player Peter Putnam
    Turn ended 4
    Method Resignation
    Syracuse joins Carthage turn 3
    Death of Hannibal no
    Truce none

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