The scenario had the Austrians defending a hill spanned by two woods trying to protect two roads exiting off their central rear table edge. Randy and I came up with a simple plan, 'Hey diddle diddle, straight up the middle'. We hit the Austrians hard and fast in the center while delaying on our flanks.
The bum rush tactic worked like a charm early, but the Austrians, having central lines, stabilized the situation by stuffing an entire reserve brigade into the center as the first line failed. This worked nicely. In the woods to my right, Bob's Jagers and fresh infantry halted my attack there.
As we called the game it was still up in the air. This game could easily have serviced 8-10 people, so it took the four of us a while to get all our troops in action. Charlie has been continuing to improve his rules. Most of his recent changes were nice improvements. I look forward to the next game.
Other games offered that I didn't play in were Phil's 1941 Pacific WWII air game, and Ed's Skirmish Napoleonic game using his house-modified Brother against Brother rules. Sorry I didn't get more photos of these since I was so busy pushing all that fine Bavarian lead in Charlie's game.