Glasgow & District Wargaming Society
2009 DBMM Championship
Neil Grant will be looking for Army lists prior to the AGM, by 7 September. Following the use of incorrect armies this year the championship will return to the system where all army lists are published online. This negates the advantages of most DBMM stratagems but will hopefully prevent what happened this year. DBMM lists can only be chosen from DBMM Lists Books 2 & 3.
2008 DBMM Championship
2006/7 DBM Championships
The final rounds results were:
32 I. Austin v A. McGeary 0
32 N. Grant v H. Cameron 0
16 L. Sturrock v R. Simpson 16
32 D. Soutar v G. Dick 0
32 S. O'Grady v T. Fitzpatrick 0
32 J. Muir v J. Conley 0
32 R. McNaught v J. McPhail 0
30 A. Muir v G. Simpson 2
This gives the following scores and final positions:
1 I. Austin 138
2. N. Grant 128
3. D. Soutar 117
4. S. O'Grady 115
5. L. Sturrock 101
6. J. Muir 97
7. H. Cameron 93
8. A. McGeary 88
9. R. Simpson 87
10. R. McNaught 78
11. J. McPhail 73
12. G. Dick 69
13. T. Fitzpatrick 68
14. A. Muir 66
15. J. Conley 49
16. G. Simpson 39
17. G. Weston 5
So congratulations once again to Ian Austin and thanks to all who took part
DBM Impetuous Armies Competition 6/7 January 2007
This will take place on the weekend 6th/7th Jan 2007. The overall rules and cost will be as last competition-copies available if required. After the questionnaire circulated last meeting, the specific rules are:
At least 50% rounded up of element equivalents or points must be impetuous troops.
Once this criteria has been met, regular troops are allowed.
One regular sub general or ally general is allowed. Regular sub generals may not have any impetuous troops in their command. If this violates other list instructions, such as minimums of troop types per command, then the army may not be used.
Armies which otherwise would have met the criteria may change regular generals and sub generals to irregulars of the same type. Examples of this would be warring State Chinese (Chin) and Aztecs.
Lists to John Muir by 3rd December.
Crusades DBM Competition - 2/3 September 2006
Special DBM competition limiting armies to the crusades.
Next special DBM competition in January limited to impetuous armies.
GDWS ANCIENT CHAMPIONSHIP 2005/6
Competition Organiser: John Muir
Final positions - Winner Ian Austin
The final scores are
The positions/Points after Round
3 are as follows:
6. G. Weston
Next round pairings:
I. Austin v H.
The positions/Points after Round 2 were as follows:
10. G. Weston 46
The pairings for round four are therefore as follows:
GDWS ANCIENT CHAMPIONSHIP 2004/5 - Rules
Competition Organiser: Hugh Cameron email@example.com
·3 hours from start of first move (no move starting within the last 10 minutes)
·terrain as per WRG rules ( using BHGS Clarifications)
·winners and losers as per BHGS Scoresheet
After all the games for each round are completed, give your scores to me and I will rank the players in order. Then for the next round 1st plays 2nd etc. Players will only play each other once; so some shuffling may be necessary for some rounds.
If, at the end, the top two players have not played each other, (the system makes that unlikely), a sudden death play-off will decide the winner
Dates for each Round
Ideally all games should be played on the assigned dates. Block these dates out in your calendar. This may not be possible for everyone but it is better for the fairness and progress of the tournament, so do your best.
The dates are:
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