breakout: normandy

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Don Greenwood, MD

1998 Champion
2nd: Jim Doughan, PA
3rd: Henry Jones, PA
4th: Clyde Longest, VA
Event History
1991    None      -
1992    None      -
1993    None      -
1994    Jim Doughan      50
1995    Bill Edwards      48
1996    Hank Burkhalter      54
1997    Jim Doughan      53
1998    Don Greenwood      52
AREA Ratings
1    James Doughan      1916
2    Ron Fedin      1888
3    Alan Applebaum      1850
4    Donald Greenwood      1776
5    William Edwards      1764
6    Hank Burkhalter      1723
7    Marvin Birnbaum      1717
8    Byron Stingley      1695
9    Paul Nied      1694
10    Stephen Andriakos      1677

Still hitting the beach six years later ...

Can you survive hitting the beach at Omaha? This tournament is a great place to have some fun while everyone tries to do one better than Montgomery or Rommel. The Breakout Normandy tournament format promotes play at all levels of player experience. We have had approximately 50 players every year. You can stay for the whole grognard six rounds of play, leave after the first round, or even play a round and come back in later rounds (after you have been shelled in another tournament). The key is to get people playing and have fun. As long as you have some very minimal understanding of the impulse play system, we can match you up with someone with the skill level that you seek in the first round. The match-ups for all the succeeding rounds are based on your record and what everyone bids.

Though winning it all had long eluded him, 1998 was definitely Don Greenwood's year to dominate the Breakout Normandy scene. Besides winning the 1998 AvalonCon tournament, he also won the D-Day Tournament held in November after twice being turned away in the final round of the '94 and '95 events. However the tournament has proven a difficult event to master with many formidable players in attendance and attrition taking its toll after the first loss. Those who stick it out for all six rounds have the best chance of finishing in the prizes. Hope to see you play a round.

 GM      Ron Fedin  [4th Year]  112 Glengarry Drive, Moon Towship, PA 15108
    rfedin@usaor.net   NA

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