2006 Caesar Award Results
Dec. 1, 2006

Hail Jeff Mullet

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Jeff Mullet, a Cabbie with a penchant for the occasional “manly” game, rode his dominance of Age of Renaissance to the title of Casear in 2006 by topping all eligible players with 166 Laurels in the 2006 season. In all, Jeff banked 95 laurels with the Renaissance trading game—5 for a sixth at the email tournament, a whopping 60 for winning the Enlightenment mini-con tournament and another 30 for winning the event at WBC. Finishing second was another Jeff, Cornett to be precise, a mere 22 laurels behind, with 134—all earned at WBC. Jeff thus owes his overall BPA title to his well-travelled presence at Euro Quest, Enlightenment and the Block Party mini-cons which augmented his laurel totals, but also to his email campaigns. Jeff Cornett's near miss was made less painful by handily winning the Consul Award for most laurels at WBC. Rounding out the top six BPA competitors for 2006 were Chris Byrd, Don Greenwood, Thomas Browne and Ewan McNay in that order. Eight of last year's Top 25 players managed to repeat in 2006, led by Chris Byrd who rose from seventh to third. Greenwood, Browne, Tom Drueding, Ed Menzel, Bruce Reiff, Bill Crenshaw and Marvin Birnbaum all managed to retain Top 25 status another year also, while 17 new faces graced the leader board.

The Line of Succession for Caesar 2006 

Jeff Cornett
2nd - FL

Chris Byrd
3rd - CT

Don Greenwood
4th - MD

Thomas Browne
5th - PA

Ewan McNay
6th - CT

 Competitor - From Laurels/2005  Tally Board
 1. Jeff Mullet, OH 166 SPGeq 3rd 8, WCeq 4th 18, AORe 6th 5, HOSe 4th 12, AORE 1st 60, AOR 1st 30, HOSbkp 2nd 6, ALH 4th 9, ATK 2nd 12, SJN 4th 6,
 2. Jeff Cornett, FL 134 BCY 1st 30, E&T 1st 20, MED 1st 30, SLS 1st 30, NAP 2nd 6, TT2 2nd 18,
 3. Chris Byrd, CT 129 / 7th BKNd 5th 12, POGe 5th 12, FTPwam 4th 3, POGwam 5th 6, HOSe 3rd 16, AORE 4th 18, FTP 5th 8, HRC 5th 12, POG 2nd 36, TOC 2nd 6,
 4. Don Greenwood, MD 123 / 9th NW2wat 6th 3, BKND 1st 60, BKNe 1st 60,
5. Thomas Browne, PA 121 / 24th GOAeq 5th 6, PGDeq 5th 6, POFeq 2nd 12, SPG 2nd 12, MFDE 4th 9, BAT 1st 20, AUC 5th 4, CYL 6th 4, DIM 2nd 18, RA 2nd 24, T&T 5th 6,
 6. Ewan McNay, CT 116 BRI 1st 50, TYX 1st 20, AOR 2nd 18, OLM 5th 4, WAS 2nd 24,
 7. Ken Gutermuth, TX 114 NW2W 1st 30, AORE 2nd 36, MMS 4th 6, MED 4th 6, MOV 6th 3, NW2 4th 9, PGF 4th 6, TAM 2nd 12, WPS 5th 6,
 8. Christian Moffa, NJ 110 GOAeq 1st 30, PROeq 2nd 18, PRO 1st 50, ALH 3rd 12,
 9. Tom Drueding, MA 108/ 8th POGe 1st 60, POGwam 1st 30, WNWe 4th 18,
10. Stefan McNay, TX 108 POGe 3rd 24, TWS 1st 50, IVH 5th 4, WNW 2nd 30,
11. Ed Menzel, CA 106 / 23rd GBG 1st 30, VIP 1st 60, WAS 3rd 16,
12. Bruce Reiff, OH 106 / 5th LIBbkp 5th 2, ATK 1st 20, AUC 1st 20, PGF 1st 20, SJN 1st 20, HOSbkp 4th 3, FBS 2nd 18, MED 6th 3,
13. Eric Freeman, PA 101 WCeq 1st 60, ELG 2nd 18, E&T 3rd 8, PRO 4th 15,
14. Roy Gibson, MD 100 ACS 1st 40, SET 1st 60,
15. John Emery, SC 100 NW5W 2nd 30, NW2 3rd 12, TWS 2nd 30, UPF 3rd 16, WPS 3rd 12,
16. Keith Wixson, NJ  99 HRCwam 2nd 6, WTPwam 6th 1, WNWwam 1st 10, WNWe 3rd 24, WNW 1st 50, SUC 5th 8,
17. Scott Moll, VA  92 NW2W 2nd 18, NW5W 3rd 20, HRC 2nd 36, NW2 2nd 18,
18. John Buse, IL  90 WNWe 1st 60, TWS 4th 15, WNW 4th 15,
19. Anne Norton, NJ  90 CSA 1st 20, STP 1st 40, T&T 1st 30,
20. Dave Dockter, MN 90 FTPwam 2nd 6, POG 1st 60, FTP 2nd 24,
21. Bill Crenshaw, VA 89 / 6th PGDq 2nd 18, RAq 6th 2, MFDE 1st 30, AOR 6h 3, MFD 2nd 18, MOV 2nd 18
22. Melvin Casselberry, PA 87 NW5wat 4th 15, NW5 1st 60, SOR 5th 6, WLL 5th 6,
23. Karl Henning, CT 86 CMS 1st 50, ADV 2nd 12, CAR 3rd 12, QGB 3rd 12,
24. Rich Meyer, MA 83 EPB 1st 50, FI5 1st 20, AMR 6th 3, PGF 6th 2, TJM 3rd 8,
25. Marvin Birnbaum, NY 83 / 3rd POGwam 3rd 12, WTPwam 2nd 6, ATS 5th 4,FBS 6th 3, POG 3rd 24, TWS 5th 10, WTP 2nd 24,

2006 Consul—Jeff Cornett

Once you strip away the points for email tournaments, mini-cons, and Pre-Cons you get a very different picture of who was king of the roost for those six days in August. The top seven players in the Consul standings did not score (or lose) a laurel outside of WBC and four of the top five Caesar candidates are nowhere to be seen in the race for Consul.

 Competitor - From Laurels/ Total  Tally Board
 1.Jeff Cornett, FL 134 / 2nd BCY 1st 30, E&T 1st 20, MED 1st 30, SLS 1st 30, NAP 2nd 6, TT2 2nd 18,
 2. Ewan McNey, CT 116 / 6th BRI 1st 50, TYX 1st 20, AOR 2nd 18, OLM 5th 4, WAS 2nd 24,
 3. Ed Menzel, CA 106 / 11th GBG 1st 30, VIP 1st 60, WAS 3rd 16,
 4. Roy Gibson, MD 100/ 14th ACS 1st 40, SET 1st 60,
 5. Anne Norton, NJ  90 / 19th CSA 1st 20, STP 1st 40, T&T 1st 30,
 6. Karl Henning, CT 86 / 23rd CMS 1st 50, ADV 2nd 12, CAR 3rd 12, QGB 3rd 12,
 7. Rich Meyer, MA 83 / 24th EPB 1st 50, FI5 1st 20, AMR 6th 3, PGF 6th 2, TJM 3rd 8,
 8. Bruce Reiff, OH 81 / 12th AUC 1st 20, PGF 1st 20, SJN 1st 20, FBS 2nd 18, MED 6th 3,
 9. Melvin Casselberry, PA 72 / 22nd NW5 1st 60, SOR 5th 6, WLL 5th 6,

 

 

Key: d = D-Day mini-con, e = email (PBeM), E = Enlightenment mini-con, eq = Euro Quest mini-con, w = WAM mini-con, W = Waterloo mini-con

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