|Re: BPA May News||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Donald Greenwood CD (cdboardgamers.org)|
|Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 08:26:09 -0700 (PDT)|
Thanx - but I’m at a loss to reproduce this result. Not sure how you are accessing the pgaes to get this result as when I view the previews the correct boxart shows each time. Perhaps as simple as freshing your browser … or Something else??? IOW … I don’t see the same problem you are experiencing. > On May 24, 2016, at 11:06 AM, Christopher Yaure <cyaure [at] aol.com> wrote: > > Don/Max, > > Max - I included both emails - I am not sure which you currently use. > > I am looking at the event previews on my iPhone. A large number of the events > have a picture for the wrong game over them (e.g., 1989 Dawn of > Freedom/Wilderness War, Aces (sic) of Aces/World at War, Adel > Verpflichtet/Virgin Queen). A spot check of the links shows they connect to > the preview for written game, not the pictured game. > > Christopher Yaure > cyaure [at] aol.com > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Donald Greenwood CD <cd [at] boardgamers.org> > To: Christopher Yaure <cyaure [at] aol.com> > Cc: BPA Monthly Newsletter <bpamail [at] boardgamers.org> > Sent: Tue, May 17, 2016 11:52 am > Subject: [Bpamail] BPA May News > > WBC 2017 DATES ANNOUNCED: The BPA has reached agreement with Seven Springs > Mountain Resort to extend its current contract for hosting WBC to 2017 by > exercising their option for the 2017 convention. The nine day conference will > be held July 22 through July 30 with our group rates extended to the > preceding Friday and following Monday as well. Further details pertaining to > rates and reservation procedures will be announced at a later date. The BPA > Board has been impressed with the efforts made by Seven Springs management to > host an outstanding conference and decided to show its commitment to Seven > Springs as the future home of WBC without further delay. BPA UNVEILS NEW > WEBSITE WITH 2016 EVENT PREVIEWS: April passed without our usual monthly > newsletter as we attempted the gargantuan task of updating the extensive BPA > website with a new look to coincide with the WBC venue change to Seven > Springs. It remains a work in progress but like our new WBC site, promises > big improvements to come. Join us in giving Max Jamelli a big hand for a > terrific effort with our new look. WBC 2016 EVENT PREVIEWS: Each of our 155 > tournaments are reviewed in detail as only WBC does them at > http://boardgamers.org/previews_2016.html > <http://boardgamers.org/previews_2016.html> > <http://boardgamers.org/previews_2016.html > <http://boardgamers.org/previews_2016.html>>. Check out the formats for your > favorite events and get an early look at the WBC schedule. PERSONAL SCHEDULER > UP & RUNNING: View the details of your favorite events and then plan your > schedule using Steve Okonski's Personal Scheduler at > http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc/sviewer/ > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc/sviewer/> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc/sviewer/ > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc/sviewer/>>. Check the Schedule page for all > of the updated scheduling tools, as they are posted, including the iPad and > android apps at http://boardgamers.org/wbcindex.html > <http://boardgamers.org/wbcindex.html> <http://boardgamers.org/wbcindex.html > <http://boardgamers.org/wbcindex.html>>. WBC PRE-REGISTRATION FORM: The 2016 > WBC Pre-Reg form for General membership (allowing WBC attendance for less > than the full nine days) and accompanying information is now posted at > http://www.boardgamers.org/downloads/prereg16.pdf > <http://www.boardgamers.org/downloads/prereg16.pdf> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/downloads/prereg16.pdf > <http://www.boardgamers.org/downloads/prereg16.pdf>>. Current members who > have already purchased Sustaining or higher level memberships need not > pre-register UNLESS they want to register their team for the Team Tournament > (the earlier the better please - especially if you have a new team name) or > upgrade to Tribune level to snag the free premiums (hat or t-shirt, yearbook, > and $20 gift card). However, the four-page folder contains much information > on the new evolving WBC so be sure to check it out anyways. Remember that WBC > Pre-registration ends earlier this year (June 22) and walk-on rates are > higher, so plan accordingly now. Deadlines are even earlier to order the WBC > duffel bag with its new larger embroidered WBC logo that spells out its > affiliation with the World Boardgaming Championships. WBC CONFIRMATION PAGE > OPENED: Confirmations have already been updated twice at > http://boardgamers.org/wbc/prereg.htm#confirmation > <http://boardgamers.org/wbc/prereg.htm#confirmation> > <http://boardgamers.org/wbc/prereg.htm#confirmation > <http://boardgamers.org/wbc/prereg.htm#confirmation>> with the first 837 > attendee commitments logged in - a record for this early in the year. Use > this page to check the status of your registration, troll for teammates, > rides or roommates, or even Open Gaming matches or baby sitting gigs. Send > your requests to ACD [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:ACD [at] boardgamers.org> > <mailto:ACD [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:ACD [at] boardgamers.org?>> or use > the various social media links on our home page. 2015-16 YEARBOOKS: The > newest WBC Yearbook - and probably the last - will be mailed to all > qualifying members in the United States next week. Only one book per > household will be mailed. Other qualifying family members and foreign > attendees may get their books at WBC check-in. If your postal address has > changed since your membership was purchased, please advise the change of > address at once to CD [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org> > <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org?>>. We assume > no responsibility for books lost in the mail. Those wanting to see the > on-line version can download it now at > http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook15/print/ > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook15/print/> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook15/print/ > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook15/print/>> AUCTION LOTS: The opening > bell has sounded for this year's auction as gamers take to their closets to > see what they will part with in the annual flurry to register items for the > WBC Auction and Auction Store. As the former is limited to 550 items and > always sells out, it is not wise to procrastinate. You snooze, you lose. Once > again, all items must be pre-registered for both the Auction and Auction > Store. The latter is also capping what it will accept this year at a much > lower 1500 items so don't delay. Unregistered items will NOT be accepted. To > help cope with the ever increasing paperwork burden for our staff, Auction > submissions must have a minimum of five lots; Auction Store submissions must > have a minimum of ten lots and Unsold Auction Store lots will have a 50 cents > handling charge deducted from the Sellers proceeds for each unsold item. Get > the details at http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc_auction_overview.html > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc_auction_overview.html> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc_auction_overview.html > <http://www.boardgamers.org/wbc_auction_overview.html>>. Send submissions to > KG33327 [at] aol.com <mailto:KG33327 [at] aol.com> <mailto:KG33327 [at] > aol.com <mailto:KG33327 [at] aol.com?>> ELECTION: It may be tame > compared to Trump vs Clinton but it is once again time to elect three members > to three-year terms on the BPA Board of Directors. This year's slate features > three incumbents and two challengers vying for three seats. Get all the > information at http://boardgamers.org/election2016.htm > <http://boardgamers.org/election2016.htm> > <http://boardgamers.org/election2016.htm > <http://boardgamers.org/election2016.htm>>. As usual, voting is effortless > and takes only a moment thanks to the electronic ballot at > http://boardgamers.org/forms/BoardBallot.shtml > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/BoardBallot.shtml> > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/BoardBallot.shtml > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/BoardBallot.shtml>>. Voting will remain open > until June 15th. All members (any paid attendee of WBC for more than one day > is considered a member) are urged to vote since validation requires > sufficient membership participation. APP PREPARATIONS: Kevin Broh-Kahn's WBC > APP for the android platform and Michael Kiefte’s IOS version were big hits > last year. They will be coordinating to share similar features and > interfaces, but be tailored to each platform. Those interested in testing, > making comments about last year's version or requesting new features should > contact dev [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:dev [at] boardgamers.org> > <mailto:dev [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:dev [at] boardgamers.org?>>. THE > SCHEDULE: Releasing the schedule in its myriad forms is an increasingly > challenging task given the competing desires of members who want it all NOW > and those who wait to the last minute and beyond to commit to anything. Every > year I field requests from attendees who cannot understand why it is too late > to schedule their request into the schedule. All this procrastination comes > to a crashing halt on June 1st. Seminars, Demos, Previews, and Scheduled Open > Gaming requests can still be included until then. So contact us now at CD > [at] boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org> <mailto:CD [at] > boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org?>> or wait till next year. > LAST CALL FOR SCHEDULED OPEN GAMING RESERVATIONS: The much improved > facilities at Seven Springs allow us to expand this feature in a big way with > emphasis on individual demos and scheduled Open Gaming opportunities all week > long. If you've ever bemoaned the difficulty of finding like-minded gamers to > play what YOU want to play, this is your chance. Merely commit to providing > the game in question and playing at a specified time in the designated Demo > area in the Exhibit Annex and we will reserve your table plus advertise your > game on the printed, web, android and rotating schedules for all to see and > even provide signage for your "game event". The catch? You must commit to it > in a timely fashion; i.e., NOW Requirements: • Must be a Sustaining or > Tribune member before June 1st. • Must submit details to CD [at] > boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org> <mailto:CD [at] > boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org?>> before June 1st to > include: • Name of published game (limit one game); non-published games must > be handled as Commercial Demos • Start Time and length of game (even hours > only; no half-hour starts; i.e., 7 PM, not 7:15 or 7:30) • Type of table; 6' > rectangular or 5' round (or if either is acceptable, indicate so) • Rate your > game as A (expert), B (played previously or read rules) or C (will coach) > insofar as experience level of players sought • The table must be surrendered > promptly to the next registered user before the next reserved time slot > Limits: • Multi-player games only - must accommodate a minimum of three > players • One reservation slot per person. Second requests will be honored on > a space available basis only after all other primary requests have been > fulfilled. • All requests are based on availability. First come, first > served. Suggestions: • Submit multiple start times in case your first choice > is unavailable • The longer your requested time slot, the less your chances > of getting a reservation. • Avoid high usage time slots. Slots on Tuesday > evening have less chance of acceptance. LAST CALL FOR COMMERCIAL DEMOS & > PLAYTESTS: To alleviate crowding in Open Gaming, unauthorized exhibit tables > will NOT be allowed to monopolize tables. Monitors will be tasked with strict > policing of commercial efforts including prospective game designers who set > up displays to troll for P500 backing. While you are free to Open Game > anything you like, you will NOT be allowed to monopolize tables with displays > that are not being actively played. Instead, designers/publishers are urged > to register for FREE scheduled demos in the Exhibit Annex demonstration area. > To be included in the schedule, you must be a current Sustaining level or > higher member and register your demo before June 1st. Multiple or long > demonstrations are allowed on a space available basis. Contact CD [at] > boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org> <mailto:CD [at] > boardgamers.org <mailto:CD [at] boardgamers.org?>> for additional > information. Include alternate times and type of table desired (either 5' > rounds or 6' x 30" rectangulars) as well as boxart files containing the title > of the game for display signage. Reservations will be made on a first come, > first served basis. Submit requests to > http://boardgamers.org/forms/DemoForm.htm > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/DemoForm.htm> > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/DemoForm.htm > <http://boardgamers.org/forms/DemoForm.htm>>. WBC LODGING: Seven Springs is > now accepting reservations for stays of two days or more. As happens every > year, the hotel is sold out for most prolonged stays. There are exceptions. > If you come early for a short stay, there are still vacancies to be had and > cancellations occur all the time because people reserve early and worry about > attending later. That is why we are considering a No Cancellation policy in > the future. However, there are alternatives. Start by calling the hotel at > 1-866-437-1300 <x-msg://139/#> and checking the dates you are interested in. > If currently unavailable, ask to be put on the callback list for the > inevitable cancellations. See http://boardgamers.org/wbclodging.html > <http://boardgamers.org/wbclodging.html> > <http://boardgamers.org/wbclodging.html > <http://boardgamers.org/wbclodging.html>> for more information. However, the > availability of condominiums, chalets and cabins on property as well as rooms > in nearby Hidden Valley and elsewhere means that there is still lodging to be > had even for stays as short as two days. The reservationist can direct you to > it. We encourage those who would benefit from the enhanced accommodations of > a condo to make the switch (especially if you will have access to a car). The > reservationist at 1-866-437-1300 <x-msg://139/#> can give you more details on > the various options available including nearby offsite lodging. HIDDEN > VALLEY: We are pleased to provide both hotel and condo reservations in the > neighboring property of Hidden Valley at a special discounted rate as > overflow housing through the same Seven Springs reservation system. Since > these are outside shuttle service range, they are not recommended for those > without their own transportation. RESERVATION SCHEDULE: WBC has a long > history of early sellouts, even though our room block at Seven Springs is > substantially larger than past guarantees. Nevertheless, to ensure that our > guests have adequate opportunity to make reservations, rooms will be reserved > only on the following schedule. as of May 15, 2016: Stays of 2 nights or more > as of June 15, 2016: Single Night stays (hotel rooms only) CONDOMINIUMS: A > wonderful feature of Seven Springs is the availability of nearby condominiums > on the property that can be rented for stays of two days or more once > reservations are accepted for stays of that duration as per the above > schedule. These are available in varying sizes of one-, two-, three- and > four-bedroom units for the daily rate of $129 per bedroom. Those who can > group together with friends and family to cohabit these units will find these > accommodations most welcome given their inclusion of fully equipped kitchens, > dining and common living room areas that can enhance your visit - especially > for those considering extended stays. While having access to a car is > recommended for condo rentals, it is not required as free shuttle service is > available on property around the clock. Even when the hotel website lists no > vacancies, condo/chalet/cabin rentals are available. Call 1-866-437-1300 > <x-msg://139/#> to speak to a reservationist about the options. The > reservationists are available to answer your questions and will even > recommend nearby unaffiliated housing. For those willing to orchestrate their > groups into multi-bedroom condo units, this represents a great opportunity > for group bonding and sharing that could enhance your convention experience > more than the typical hotel room stay and was a major reason we chose to have > WBC here. Multi-bedroom condos are rented to one individual who is > responsible for payment for all bedrooms in that unit. Individuals getting > together to share a condo, need to elect one amongst themselves to handle the > payment for the entire group. PBeM NEWS: Part and parcel of our new look is a > new page for PBeM news. Check it out at http://boardgamers.org/pbem.html > <http://boardgamers.org/pbem.html> <http://boardgamers.org/pbem.html > <http://boardgamers.org/pbem.html>>. BEARD WINS WATERLOO: After 23 replays of > the famous battle, Joe Beard has defeated Richard Beyma in an exciting match > of multi-year WBC champs in the 2016 Waterloo email tournament. Joe’s bid of > 10 to play the PAA was accepted. His PAA forces were able to rebuff Richard’s > threat to the Braine Le Compte road sector during the first day. But the > French made progress by pushing into the Quatre Bras gap and launching a > successful surprise 1-2 versus Pirch II on the heights. On his 17-0700 turn, > the French, led by the Imperial Guard Ft Artillery, killed the Prussian > infantry defending the Thil River. The fighting continued during the second > day with the French pushing west toward the town of Genappe. Late on the > second day, a fierce series of attacks and counterattacks broke out at > Nivelles with the French taking substantial losses. The French then launched > several low odds attacks in an attempt to recover but came up short and > resigned. Also claiming laurels in the 24-player field were Ed Menzel, John > Clarke, Greg Sith and Jim Tracy who finished third through sixth > respectively. The latest laurel totals can be found at > http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/watpge.htm#pbem > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/watpge.htm#pbem> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/watpge.htm#pbem > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/watpge.htm#pbem>>. The next Waterloo > email tournament will start June 1st. Rounds will be 3 ½ months long matching > the top ½ versus the bottom ½. Eliminators will be used as necessary for any > odd number of players. Details are at http://watgame.com/ > <http://watgame.com/> <http://watgame.com/ <http://watgame.com/>>. Enter by > contactingedmenzel [at] roadrunner.com <mailto:edmenzel [at] roadrunner.com> > <mailto:edmenzel [at] roadrunner.com <mailto:edmenzel [at] roadrunner.com?>>. > PASSACANTANDO WINS GREAT CAMPAIGNS: Some 2.5 years and 60 games after it > started, Bruno Passacantando emerged from a field of 28 to claim the fourth > BPA PBeM tournament for Great Campaigns of the American Civil war by besting > Patrick Pence in the Final. They played From the Rappahannock to Bull Run > from SJW II. Patrick's yanks were in a hole early on but managed to encircle > Longstreet around Warrenton. Bruno, true to form, fought his way out of the > trap, and Patrick graciously offered his sword on the last turn when it > became apparent that the Union didn't have enough left for the counterattack. > Also earning laurels were Mike Metcalf, John Cissel, Rob Doane and Scott > Spurgeon for finishing 3rd through 6th respectively. Updated laurel totals > are posted at http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/gcapge.htm#pbem > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/gcapge.htm#pbem> > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/gcapge.htm#pbem > <http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbook16/gcapge.htm#pbem>>. LUNAU LEADS > ADVANCED CIVILIZATION: The preliminary round has ended, yielding eight > finalists from six different nations. Our contenders are led by three-time > Danish email champion Mads Lunau, who won both of his qualifying games this > year. Other game winners advancing are Pete Staab, Norwegian Haakon Monson, > Canadian Ed Coderre, Shantanu Saha, Swede Jonas Lundguist, Dan Morris, and > UK’s Nils Brokkbak. Midway through the Late Bronze Age, Monson's Illyria > holds a 28-point lead over Coderre's Thrace, but you can never count any of > these players out. MARCH MADNESS ENTERS MAY: Seven of our Eight Elite Eight > teams have been determined so far. John Coussis and Chris Bauch are competing > for the final open spot. Bryan Collars still has the only team to advance to > the Final Four thus far with his, #1 seeded Louisville 2014 squad. The big > question remains, will we have a champion before WBC? The teams in the > tournament can be found at http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mms-teams-2016.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mms-teams-2016.htm> > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mms-teams-2016.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mms-teams-2016.htm>> and the bracket can be > seen at http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mm-brack-2016.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mm-brack-2016.htm> > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mm-brack-2016.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/mm-brack-2016.htm>>. PRO GOLF PUTTERS ON: We > have had a rough start to the second round at Muirfield. Of the 20 players > who started the course, only four are under par, highlighted by Marshall > Collins who finished three under par with John Daly to be seven under par > overall. Nine players, however, are over par for the course at the moment. We > even had one contestant playing Pebble Beach all by myself for a couple of > holes before noticing that he was all alone there. Good thing for him we were > at Muirfield, as he was finding all kinds of trouble at our third round > course. Due to the difficulty of play so far, the cut line has dropped to > even par at the moment. The deadline, as always, is the beginning of the next > month, 12:01 EDT on June 1st. For the scorecard, see: > http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/PBeM_Scoresheet.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/PBeM_Scoresheet.htm> > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/PBeM_Scoresheet.htm > <http://www.nktelco.net/bdmonnin/PBeM_Scoresheet.htm>> BATTLES OF AMERICAN > REVOLUTION QUARTERFINALS: The 32-player field has been narrowed to four as > the Quarterfinals have concluded. Chris Easter won an American Marginal at > Guilford Courthouse over Jeff Lange. Jeff ignored the northern road and > advanced all forces along the Hillsborough Road to the southern objective > hex. There the Americans made their first defensive effort with the NC > Independent Volunteer rifles conducting a gradual withdrawal using the NC > Militia to block and delay along the roads. Jeff sent Cornwallis and 600 > troops to take the western objective hex. The balance of the British advanced > toward Guilford Courthouse. The British destroyed the NC Militia combat units > but were unable to capture the courthouse for a final score of 3.5 British > VPs vs 1.0 American VP. Mark Miklos also scored an American Marginal win over > Andrew Maly by a 5 to 4.5 VP margin. Andy split his British advance along > both axis, sending the greater weight along the traditional approach. The > Americans massed against the weaker British column in the south, committing > the Maryland Continentals and General Greene himself, while using their NC > militia to delay in the north. Nevertheless, British play in that sector was > aggressive and the British 33rd regiment actually penetrated adjacent to > Guilford Courthouse where for two turns it denied that VP to the Americans. > The 33rd was unsupported, however, and eventually was surrounded and > captured. The rest of the British column was swarming up the heights west of > the Courthouse as time expired. The Americans continued their string of > Marginal Victories with Rob Doane taking the measure of Jim Tracy’s Redcoats. > Jim enjoyed a 3.5VP advantage as the last turn began and was adjacent to > Guilford Courthouse but Rob disrupted Jim’s artillery and his following > counterattack secured the close victory. Bruno Sinigaglio broke the mold for > American success in the last game with a Substantial British victory over Rod > Coffey. Bruno split his British forces, sending an equal number of combat > factors both north and south. Rod set up a masterful defense at the Little > Horsepen Creek with every hex defended and the swamp covering the American > right flank. Bruno was outmaneuvered and forced into a frontal attack with > two British stacks against four American stacks all across the creek. The > most important attack Bruno could muster on Turn 11 was at 1-2 odds vs the VP > hex. Bruno again proved that luck trumps skill, with a roll that disrupted > Kirkwood. Things then went south for the rebels with a British double move > annihilating Rod’s northern force The semifinals are now underway with Miklos > commanding the Spanish vs Easter in Pensacola while Señor Sinigaglio faces > Mister Doane. Remember ... all of the above PBeM fun is free to current BPA > members. Others may qualify with a $10 Email membership in the year the event > starts. All multi-day paid attendees to WBC are current BPA members for the > balance of that calendar year. 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