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Totsugeki! CBI (id:#61911)
(ASL 13 - Rising Sun ID:153)
Prior Publication: H:ASL Annual `93a
See Also: Totsugeki! by Avalon Hill Totsugeki! by ASL Digest
Designer: Guy Chaney & Mike McGrath
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Balance:
JapaneseChinese
Overview:
An encircling force, the Chinese 114th Regiment with the 6th Field Artillery Battery, was sent circling south to cross the River Tanai at Kantau. The Chinese regiment collided with the Japanese in a series of sharp actions along two small creeks. The jungle made it difficult for the Chinese to organize and coordinate their attacks; the supporting 6th Battery could not even take part until fields of fire were cut. But as this arduous task was underway, infiltrating parties of the Japanese 55th Infantry Regiment surrounded the battery. The 3/114th, charged with supporting the guns, was split into four fragments, no two of them in contact. The Chinese gunners were forced to fight to save their guns, and themselves, alone.
Attacker: Japanese (55th Infantry Regiment)
Defender: Chinese (6th Field Artillery Battery, 38th Division)  
Turns: 6.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Near Kantau, Burma 1944-01-10
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:11.0 D:15.0
AFVs: A:0 D:0
Guns: A:0
Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 1
D:3
M1A1 75mm Pack Howitzer x 3
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: PTO, LJ. Guns set up unconcealed, not Emplaced, may not move out of hex
Map Board(s): 37
Overlays: NONE
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TomAbromaitis Added a playing2019-07-17 08:30:41
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2019-07-16(A) Tom Abromaitis vs Chinese win
2019-03-15(D) Dave Mareske vs Mike Bistodeau Japanese win
2018-06-16(A) jon smith vs chinese Japanese winJaps used assault moves and advances to maintain concealed and gradually worked forwards on a broad front.. the 10-0 leader took a demo charge and threw it to take out a Chinese mmc without effect on himself, the elr2 for Chinese was brutal and once broken units usually elrd as well... the jap mortar worked the left flank and pushed the Chinese off the jungle edge giving space for further jap units to push without taking fire. several small scale banzai charges served to take out key units and once holes in the Chinese line appeared further japs were able to sneak round. Even with 3 snake eyes on shots from first 5 attacks the Chinese couldn't quite slow the jap enough, but just as the japs reached the gun line the guns opened up and with ROF took out several jap mmc in a blistering pointblank hammering... things were suddenly tight for time... came down to 2 jap mmc versus a single surviving Chinese mmc for the last gun... japs got it!
2017-11-17(A) B-E Karlsson vs Chinese Japanese winplayed at Supporting fire 2017
2017-02-13(D) Tom Abromaitis vs Japanese winCame down to last CC roll. Chinese needed a 7 to eliminate Japanese in last gun hex. Rolled a 9...
2016-09-01(D) volker holloh vs Alan Chinese win
2016-04-10(A) Jim Kloss vs Bob Eury Chinese winDespite using DC heroes and banzai, the Japanese just didn't have enough time or units to cover the distance between the widely dispersed Chinese gun positions.
2016-02-01(A) Alberto Griffa vs Darrell Wright Japanese win
2015-02-03(A) leo zhu vs Erwin Lau Chinese winIt's the first time to use JAP in PTO.If there is a additonal turn I will win. Thanks for Erwin to teach me so much about PTO.
2014-07-02(A) Jeff B vs Daniel Soukup Japanese winThe Chinese guns were a non-factor due to the prohibitive terrain, and the Japanese had plenty of PTO cover to get in close and apply their deadly CC skills.
2014-06-29(D) Pieter Van Innis vs Sam Henze Japanese win
2014-03-08(A) Raoul Duke vs CB Japanese winA fantastic scenario. Came down to a turn 7 rush of the final gun by a DC Hero, which broke all units in its target hex, allowing me to advance in for the win.
2013-12-01(A) Andy Beaton vs Jonathan Kay Japanese winJapanese hand to hand skills were the deciding factor in this one
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Statistics:
Avg Rating: 7.07Votes: 15
Views: 0
To-Play list count: 4
Estimated Play time: 4.3 hours
Recorded Games: 13
Archive recorded plays:
Japanese9
Chinese4
Drawn:0

ROAR Data:
Totsugeki! (ATL3 redone) [Confirmed]
[A] Japanese 176
[D] Chinese 126
Friday 22 November 2019 07:23:22 AM  (c)dramsey 2019