Rd2

Round 2 of the Hannibal PBI Ladder (Dec 2019 to Mar 2020)

Game Player 1 Player 2
1 Randy Pippus Michael Mitchell
2 John Sutcliffe Greg Ottoman
3 Dan Sirbu Michael Primavera
4 Adnrew Trifan Bob Hamel
5 Todd Wilde Vladimir Schuparksi
6 Derek Landel Ron Jacobsen
7 Tim Tow Daar Hariz
8 Jean-Louis Dirion Mike Lembke
9 Robert Champer Phil Watkins
10 Enrico Favigra Bart Gruben

Projected Ladder Positions

Rd 2 Ladder Positions
1 Winner of Match 1
2 Winner of Match 2
3 Winner of Match 3
4 Mike Pacheco
5 Winner of Match 4
6 Winner of Match 5
7 Jeremy Harrison
8 Winner of Match 6
9 Winner of Match 7
10 Jeff Miller
11 Winner of Match 8
12 Winner of Match 9
13 Winner of Match 10
14 George Young
14 Lose of Match 1
15 Geoff Allbert
16 Loser of Match 2
17 Loser of Match 3
18 Loser of Match 4
19 Loser of Match 5
20 Benjamin Peters
21 Loser of Match 6
22 Loser of Match 7
23 Loser of Match 8
24 Loser of Match 9
25 John Dietrich
26 Loser of Match 10

 

Upon completion of the game,
* The winning player reports the victory by posting in the log and a reply to this page  the following. In  addition to reporting the fact of the victory, the following statistical  information is required. Please use the following format.
* ACTS Game Name:
* Carthaginian Player Name:
* Roman Player Name:
* AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N:
* 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.

 

25 Comments to “Rd2”

  1. Available for round 2.

  2. Greg Ottoman ready to play round 2.

  3. Will sign up for round 2.

  4. Good to go for Round 2 as well.

  5. Sign for round 2

  6. I’m in for round 2

  7. Count me IN for Round 2. Thanks!

  8. Will play round 2!

  9. Yes, I’m up for round 2

  10. I’m in for Round 2.

  11. Count me in

  12. I’m in of course

  13. I am in for next round

  14. I’m in for round 2

  15. Jacobsen is in. Sorry, I didn’t realize I had to post here. Thanks.

  16. ACTS Game Name: Hannibal 2019 Ladder Round 2 Game 3
    Carthaginian Player Name: Dan S.0
    Roman Player Name: Michael P.
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 1
    Winning Player: Dan S. (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9 (203-201 BC)
    Method of Victory: Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : T3
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : T5
    Philip Joins Carthage : T5
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome : N/A
    Death of Hannibal : N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) : T8
    Truce (whether as event or ops) : T3 (event), T5 (event), T9 (ops)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : T8
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : N/A

    Scipio and Longus mass troops in Cisalpina but Hannibal crosses and wins a no-retreat engagement though a standoff develops at Ariminium. Syracuse joins Carthage early on, and a massive campaign to retake it ensues — with truces, sallies, and a blockade breaking 13 siege rolls are needed before Syracuse falls. Hannibal fights a long-term guerilla warfare campaign in Cisalpina needing 7 straight successful interceptions after Africanus’ arrival. Africanus gives battle to force subjugation of the Insubrians but is then double-enveloped and eliminated by Hannibal. However, an intercepted messenger picks up wind of a Numidian revolt allowing Rome a foothold in Africa for the final turn. With both Carthage and Rome with handfuls of 1s, Mago wins two decisive engagements to seal victory for Carthage.

  17. Our game finished. Very tight struggle. very intereisting game. Won by having a little more luck.

    ACTS Game Name: Hannibal 2019 Ladder Round 2 Game # 5
    Carthaginian Player Name: Todd Wilde
    Roman Player Name: Vladimir
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before:Hannibal 2019 Ladder Round 1 Game # 12
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Rome for 1
    Winning Player: Vladimir (Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9 (203-201 BC)
    Method of Victory: Carthagian surrender (2 cards for Carthage, 2 cards for Rome to play left)
    Final province count victory
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner) : 10
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated) : 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage : T5 (213-212)
    Syracuse sacked by Rome : T6 (211-210)
    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) : T 3,7,8 (event)
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome : T5 (213-212), T7 (209-207)
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage : T2 (217)
    Optional Adjustments Used: No

  18. * ACTS Game Name: Hannibal Ladder Round 2 Game 10
        * Carthaginian Player Name: Enriko
        * Roman Player Name: Bart G
        * AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: N
        * Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: 2 for Carthage
        * Winning Player: Bart G (Rome)
        * Turn Game Ended: 213-212
        * Method of Victory: resignation
       * Turn Number on which the following occur:
        * Syracuse Joins Carthage: 216
        * Syracuse sacked by Rome:No
        * Philip Joins Carthage:No
        * Philip Makes Peace with Rome:No
        * Death of Hannibal:No
        * Death of Scipio Africanus: No
        * Truce: 214-215 (as ops)
        * Messenger Intercepted by Rome: –
        * Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: 2x
    *Optional Adjustments Used: No
        

  19. John Sutcliffe v Greg Ottoman
    Greg v John
    Carthage Greg Ottoman
    Rome John Sutcliffe
    AREA Game No
    Bid 1 for Carthage.
    Win Rome
    Turn end Turn 7.
    Resignation by Carthage
    Syracuse joins Carthage Turn 2
    Syracuse not sacked.
    Philip joins Rome. No
    Death of Hannibal Turn 7
    Death of Africanus – No
    Truce Turn 3, turn 7
    Messenger Turn 7 Rome.
    No optionals.

    Exciting game saw Rome in (and out!) Africa early, Hannibal finally run to ground in Gaul. Rome had run of Combats cards.

  20. ACTS Game Name: Hannibal Ladder Round 2 Game 6
    Carthaginian Player Name: Ron Jacobsen
    Roman Player Name: Derek Landel
    AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Carthage for 2
    Winning Player: Derek Landel
    Turn Game Ended: Turn 9
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage – N/A
    Syracuse sacked by Rome – N/A
    Philip Joins Carthage – Turn 4
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome – Turn 7
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) – N/A
    Death of Africanus (and circumstances) – N/A
    Truce (whether as event or ops) Turns 4, 7 and 8
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome – Turn 7
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage – N/A

  21. ACTS Game Name: Ladder Rd2 Game 4
    Carthaginian Player Name: Andrew Trifan
    Roman Player Name: Bob Hamel
    AREA game of Hannibal:No
    Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount: No Bid, Bob Rome and andrew Carthage
    Winning Player: Andrew (Carthage)
    Turn Game Ended: 9
    Method of Victory: Completion
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner)9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated)9
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Syracuse Joins Carthage: No
    Syracuse sacked by Rome No
    Philip Joins Carthage Yes
    Philip Makes Peace with Rome: No
    Truce (whether as event or ops) Events Turns: 3,6,9
    Messenger Intercepted by Rome turn 1
    Messenger Intercepted by Carthage turn 5
    Optional Adjustments Used: None

  22. Ladder Match Round 2, Game #8
    Carthaginian Player Name: Jean Louis Dirion
    Roman Player Name: Mike Lembke
    Mike Lembke bid 0 to play Rome
    Winning Player: Mike Lembke (Rome)
    Turn Game Ended: 2
    Method of Victory: Resignation
    # of Provinces controlled (Winner): 9
    # of Provinces controlled (Defeated): 8
    Turn Number on which the following occur:
    Death of Hannibal (and circumstances): Turn 2, Hannibal invaded Ertruria, 6 on Attrition, 1 on elephants, lost battle.

  23. * ACTS Game Name: Ladder Round 2 Game #1
    * Carthaginian Player Name: MMitchell
    * Roman Player Name: RPippus
    * AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: Probably not but other titles yes.
    * Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Default bid of 2 for Carthage
    * Winning Player: RPippus
    * Turn Game Ended: Turn 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
    * # 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: No
    * Philip Makes Peace with Rome: No
    * Death of Hannibal (and circumstances): Turn 2. In a 1 in 36 chance PScipio intercepted Hannibal’s Crossing and the Elephants Rampaged. Ironically in view of my long-standing complaint I did not give myself +1 Card for the Intercept and Mike sportingly discarded his useful Battle hand and gave me a new one with all 4 Reserve Cards and an easy Victory.
    * Death of Africanus (and circumstances): No
    * Truce (whether as event or ops): No
    * Messenger Intercepted by Rome: Turn 1
    * Messenger Intercepted by Carthage: No
    * Optional Adjustments Used: No
    * List any that are used.

  24. * ACTS Game Name: Ladder Game #10
    * Carthaginian Player Name: Michael Mitchell
    * Roman Player Name: Jeremy Harrison
    * AREA game of Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage played before Y/N: NO
    * Bid for Side, Winning Bid Amount, and Side Chosen: Bid 2 for Carthage
    * Winning Player: Michael Mitchell Carthage
    * Turn Game Ended:9
    * 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 9-9
    * # 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 9
    * Philip Joins Carthage 7
    * Philip Makes Peace with Rome NO
    * Death of Hannibal (and circumstances) NO
    * Death of Africanus (and circumstances) NO
    * Truce (whether as event or ops) event T1,T8, T9
    * Messenger Intercepted by Rome T1, T4
    * Messenger Intercepted by Carthage T5, T8
    * Optional Adjustments Used:NONE

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