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Dukasaur wrote:Phase 1]The most popular scenario for the outbreak of the next nuclear war starts with the Middle East. Whether you consider the extreme strategic importance of Middle Eastern Oil, the maelstrom of religious and ethnic hatreds that have consumed the region for thousands of years, or just its unfortunate positioning as the lynchpin that connects Europe, Asia, and Africa, it's easy to understand why so many Doomsday predictions feature the Middle East.
40 players in 5 groups will play 8-player games on the Middle East map. The first player eliminated in each game is out of the tournament. The remainder will go on to the next round.
Dukasaur wrote:First round should be out Sunday.
I think we might have to have a History of Nuclear War V to use up all these extra sign-ups!
Dukasaur wrote:Phase 2]On the other hand, WWIII could erupt in Central Asia. India and Pakistan have been facing each other with nukes for decades now. Unresolved conflicts swirl everywhere around them.
35 players in 5 groups will play 7-player games on the Rail Asia (Beta) map. If for whatever reason there are problems with the map and it is withdrawn, we will use the Indian Empire map. The first player eliminated in each game is out of the tournament. The remainder will go on to the next round.
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