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#0709_03 Syrtsevo - Block by Block - Kursk Southern Front

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#0709_03 Syrtsevo - Block by Block

By David Freer
Germany 2 - 1 - 3 Russia
Rating: 8.13 (4)
Games Played: 6
SM: 1
Turns: 8
Type: Custom
First Side: Germany
Second Side: Russia

Syrtsevo, South of Oboyan: July 9th, 1943. (Scenario Size: Regiment. German Human vs Soviet AI or Head to Head) Major Gustav Peschke's 394th Panzer Grenadier Regiment had thankfully not been heavily embroiled in the fighting at Lukhanino. With the Division attempting to cross the Pena River again it fell on Peschke's men to clear all resistance out of Syrtsevo then advance to the west and establish a bridgehead on the heights overlooking the river. Against fanatical Soviet resistance this was easier said than done.

Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Jeff Conner's ProfileJeff Conner Slightly Pro Russia 4
fastphil's Profilefastphil Slightly Pro Russia 8
Gris's ProfileGris Well Balanced 7
Duncan's ProfileDuncan Well Balanced 6
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
Russia Duncan's Profile Duncan vs. Gris Gris's Profile Germany Draw 5 5
Russia Gris's Profile Gris vs. Duncan Duncan's Profile Germany Russia Minor Victory 9 3
Germany Gris's Profile Gris vs. Duncan Duncan's Profile Russia Germany Minor Victory 9 3
Russia Landser34's Profile Landser34 vs. fastphil fastphil's Profile Germany Russia Major Victory 12 2
Germany Dog Soldier's Profile Dog Soldier vs. JOGE JOGE's Profile Russia Germany Major Victory 12 2
Jeff Conner
1st Lieutenant
Jeff Conner Frid Apr 04, 2014 2:26 pm
The entertainment value of the scenario depends on which side you are playing.
Major General
fastphil Tue Nov 03, 2015 8:26 pm
It's probably more fun from the German side as the Russian has little choice but to sit and defend. The Russian trades bodies for time.