brawling battleships steel

Updated April 22, 2015

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Lampeter   Strasburg     Conestoga 2  
 Terrace 2

Allen Kaplan, NJ

2014 Champion

2nd: Thomas Melton, VA

3rd: John Elliott, MD

4th: Jeff Billings, MD

5th: Pat Mirk, FL

6th: Scott Driessen, MD
Event History
2004    Rob Mull    30
2005    Jeff Spaner    34
2006    David Huss    26
2007    Steven Raszewski    33
2008    Patrick Mirk    29
2009    Ronald Fisher    25
2011    Brad Raszewski    14
2014    Allen Kaplan    26

Jarett Weintraub, NY
2015 GM


Leader off the port bow ...

Brawling Battleships™ is a fun and fast-paced card game that pits powerful squadrons of World War I dreadnoughts against each other in wild free-for-all fights. From two to six players can play and, for this tournament, each participant plays individually. Points are scored for sinking opposing ships, but that is easier said than done amid duds, confusion, spies, second-rate leaders, storms, mutinies and the ever-sinister Zeppelins.

BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS STEEL is the new, improved and repackaged version of BRAWLING BATTLESHIPS. It includes everything found in the original game and in the Expansion Deck to the original game plus a few new cards and revised rules to include everything that was originally found in two different places. However, not to worry, there are no major changes to the rules and, if you know how to play one, you already know how to play the other. This is still a fun and fast-moving game. Entry in one of the three heats used to determine finalists can be a break from more intense games and, judging from previous Finals, playing in the final round may be as intense as anything at WBC.

Four to six people will play at each table to ensure the action is as intense as possible. If you're a fan of any other naval card games such as Naval War or Enemy In Sight, feel free to swing by early for a demo; I guarantee you'll enjoy Brawling Battleships as well!

Winners from any heat have a chance to advance to the Second Round 6-player Final. Advancement is based on most wins (if there are more than six winners after Round 1), then most wins + 2nd place, and then most ships sunk.

 Additional Prizes - There will be a trophy for the player who sinks the most ships overall, and an award certificate for anyone who wins a game without being knocked out in any round of the game.

 GM      Jarett Weintraub  [2nd Year]   NA    NA 

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