Updated 4/19/2011

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Carolyn Strock, PA

2010 Champion

2nd: Arthur Wines, PA

3rd: Dan Strock, PA

4th: Rob Kircher, RI

5th: David Mattingly, PA

6th: Dan Hoffman, MD
Event History
2002    Debbie Gutermuth

2003    Richard Jones     132
2004    Dan Hoffman     130
2005    Jennifer Drozd     123
2006    Katie McCorry     149
2007    Robbie Mitchell       77
2008    Robbie Mitchell       84 
2009    Lisa Gutermith       59
2010    Carolyn Strock       93

Tom McCorry, VA

2011 GM

2008 GM of the Year


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Meeples wobble, but they don't fall down...

The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for it's unique Roman and medieval fortifications. The players develop the area around Carcassonne and deploy their followers on the roads, in the cities, in the cloisters and in the fields. The skill of the players to develop the area will determine who is victorious. Carcassonne is considered one of the "gateway" games that opens the world of boardgames to many new players and spawns many sequels and imitators.

The tournament will start with a multi-player mulligan round using the base set and the Inns and Cathedral expansion. Winners in the mulligan round will receive a bye into Round 2.

The main tournament will begin immediately after the mulligan round and will be a two-player single-elimination format using just the base set with one straight tile removed. Non-winners from the Mulligan Round and new entrants are allowed to play again in Round 1. Winners from the Mulligan Round are allowed to play in Round 1 but will be seeded as eliminators (i.e. Mulligan Round winners will not play each other in Round 1).

Farm Scoring (current Rio Grande Rules): 3 points for each city adjacent to a farm for the player(s) with the majority of farmers in the field.

 A Meeple Plushie for the champion of this most Meeplest of games.

 GM      Tom McCorry  [5th Year]   NA   NA

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