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Saturday 7th June: World Cup   Leave a comment

Mike, Phil, Andy and Bruce played this old favourite.

Mike was first out unexpectedly despite starting with Spain and Argentina. Phil got Germany through to the final against Bruce’s South Korea. Andy’s Netherlands only made it to the 3rd place play off against another of Bruce’s teams.

In the final round Bruce was not phased by having two teams to play for as he drew mainly 2 goal and 1 goal cards. Phil only drew attack and defence cards. So South. Korea won the World Cup beating Germany 4-2 in the final.

Well done Bruce who grabbed 3rd place too!

Posted June 12, 2014 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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