From: Laramie, Wyoming
AGS - if you ship this much of AGC to the South, use them! Blow past Rovno and breach the Stalin Line as well. If you reinforce this much, then you must - must! - be as far forward as you can be. Tanks are here because this is their country, use it.
AGC - way too much destruction - remove the front line units and encircle the rest. No need for an intermediary pocket, send 3rd Panzer (the 3-division corps) right up against Minsk and fanning out north of Minsk. With only one Corps here, 2nd Panzer did about what was expected, but "drag" that motorized along the northern edge of the swamps to convert more hexes and make the pocket more secure.
AGN - I don't like it. Too much secondary busting and the advance was not far enough. The only tank attacks should be Riga and (maybe) Dagauvpils. Every Armor should be across the Dvina. All of those juicy routes should can usually be avoided as you exploit, and they (mostly) surrender on their own the next turn. I haven't played a game since we figured out how to get infantry to Riga, but I would have 2 there now.
Overall, not enough audacity, and it seems as if you played it safe (the armor in the south, for instance). Playing it safe means you will be far behind schedule.
My 2 cents.
"The torment of precautions often exceeds the dangers to be avoided. It is sometimes better to abandon one's self to destiny."
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