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Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2015, 11:25
by Jamesturner9000
I'm definitely free for a Saturday 5 December game in London. When and where?

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2015, 23:46
by Master Radishes
Hmm. Very intriguing. I haven't played FTF since I first learned the game in my first year of uni.

I can't guarantee my availability, but I'm certainly interested.

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 28 Nov 2015, 14:23
by Jamesturner9000
LONDON DIPLOMACY GAME: SATURDAY 5 DECEMBER AT 12 NOON.

Ok, so we have secured venue and enough interest to put out a formal invitation for a Diplomacy game meet-up in London next Saturday, 5 December at 12 noon. The location is the London Business School Sussex Pl, London NW1 4SA. Nearest tube is Baker Street. We are meeting at the main entrance before going to our assigned space(s).

As this is a cross-platform callout (on FB, playdiplomacy.com, and meetup), please **send me your e-mail address to sign up.** So far we expect to have at least one experienced players' board and at least one newbie board. To accommodate possibly greater attendance, if you own a Diplomacy board, please bring it along.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience! :-)

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 02 Dec 2015, 23:20
by Jamesturner9000
Reminder: if you are interested in playing ftf Diplomacy this Saturday at 12 noon at the London Business School then visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1028306 ... 197104802/ for details!
Cheers

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 02 Dec 2015, 23:21
by JonS
Come watch me play my first F2F game since I was in elementary school and get demolished!!

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 02 Dec 2015, 23:23
by Jamesturner9000
Time for the online dippers to prove they can hack it in the real world! ;-)

Re: FtF London 5th December

PostPosted: 06 Dec 2015, 11:08
by JonS
Thanks Jamesturner9000 for organizing an awesome day of Diplomacy! Had a great time yesterday. Hope to do it again next time I'm in London - and hopefully we can get a few more playdippers there next time.

And Congratulations to General Mason for his win on board 1 and overall.

(And I will humbly note I was pretty happy tying for 1st on board 2 and tying for 2nd overall)


Can't wait to do it again. First face to face game in 20 years. Absolutely loved it.