carcassonne [Updated April 2005]

CAR  3 prizes Beginners Mult Ent Sing Elim Scheduled 
  Demo 19   Rnd1 Heat1 23  
  Rnd1 Heat2 9    Rnd1 Heat3 18  
     Round 2 9 Semi   Round 3 10   Final

    Ballroom B    Demo Ballroom Foyer, Table 5 

Legend Dan Hoffman, MD

2004 Champion

2nd: Rebecca Hebner, CO

3rd: Tom McCorry, VA

4th: Doug Williamson, VA

5th: Lee Sensabaugh, VA

6th: Luke Kratz, ID
Event History
2002    Debbie Garver     150
2003    Richard Jones     132
2004     Dan Hoffman     130

AREA Ratings

GM: Jeff Mullet

Meeples wobble, but they don't fall down...

A clever tile-laying game. The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for it's unique Roman and medieval fortifications. The players develop the area around Carcassonne and deploy their followers on the roads, in the cities, in the cloisters and in the fields. The skill of the players to develop the area will determine who is victorious.

Twenty-five winners will advance to five boards of five. Then those five winners will advance to the final. If there are more than 25 winners, the tie-breakers will be as follows: Most wins in the fewest heats, head to head, die roll. If less than 25 winners appear, we will break into smaller boards that enable us to get to get to five winners for the finals. You must have at least one win in the prelimanaries to advance.

Carcassonne Junior

Also back for its third year at WBC is the junior version of Carcassonne for kids 12 and under hosted by GM Kathy Stroh (parental help much appreciated). Build a city tile by tile and place your followers carefully to score points. This is a quick game to learn and can be enjoyed by kids eight and up. Like all Junior events, this is a coached event and children will be taught to play as they go but a copy of the family game may be necessary to accomodate all players.

 Kathy Stroh will offer a Juniors tournament on Saturday at 3 PM in Cornwall. See

 GM      Jeff Mullet  [1st Year]   NA   NA

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