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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 5:17:52 PM   
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I took a look at the settings picture I posted and yes those were the settings and yes I got it backwards.  I'll restart with the correct settings.  D'oh.

EDIT: These are the settings I will use on the restart:






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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 5:41:17 PM   
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Here's the losses from the T1 Axis attacks:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 8:55:58 PM   
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Here's the T1 front lines after the Axis moves:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 10:19:10 PM   
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Um.....I moved the support level of all the HQ's to 0 except STAVKA which I put at 9 to hold all the SU's that will come floating up. All the
airplanes went to the NR except those on frozen air bases. Those fighters in the transcaucas bases that remain frozen for a long long
time I moved to no replacements and manual upgrade so no planes will flow that way ever. I'll change that when the bases can finally
move.

I tried to do a mix of falling back and defending forward depending on the terrain. I've discovered that there needs to be a critical mass
of units to really to a good job of slowing the Axis advance. Too few units just gets them pocketed. If I don't move a unit adjacent to his
spearheads he usually tries to go around my singletons to pocket them. Which is good, that play like a human and I like it.

This is the T1 Soviet moves:






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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 10:32:07 PM   
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This is the T1 end of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/2/2011 10:45:33 PM   
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Here's the T2 beginning of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 12:54:06 AM   
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Okie dokie......so I moved all the planes that could fly this turn to air bases, distributed a bunch of the SU's that were in STAVKA and
did my moves. I pulled back in some spots and stood still in some spots, depending on the terrain.

EDIT: For some reason or other this image shows the Axis moves as well as the Soviet moves. Sorry about that.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:04:32 AM   
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I had only enough rail cap to move the 3 armament points and 1 of the heavy industry in Mogilev. Better than nothing I guess.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:09:56 AM   
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I've been moving everything to Molotov so far. It's easier to remember where it is when you use one city only. Until it gets 'filled up'.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:15:17 AM   
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I moved the support level to 3 for all the HQ's so the SU's will flow to them in the next logistics cycle.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:20:22 AM   
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This is the T2 end of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:33:54 AM   
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Here's the T3 beginning of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 1:50:45 AM   
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This is the T3 Axis moves:

EDIT: This is the second of two pictures that I've posted about the Axis moves...the first didn't have any additional information that recon
would provide. This, the second of the two, includes that information. It makes decision making easier. I look at the movements of the
enemy formations to decide where to push the next batch of reinforcements becaaause I can't be everywhere at once. Some places are
more important to defend than others and I'm slowly learning to how to decide which is which. Cool. Practice is good.

Edit 2: This is the third of three pics that I've blah blah.... I decided I needed to know where more recon is needed yet. Not that I'm
going to post a whole new picture again just to see it. But you guys might like to know where I'm putting in some recon to detect if I'm
not looking in the right places you can give a holler, if you would.





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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 2:13:44 AM   
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None of my stuff in Lapland can move yet but I do see MP's on the Axis units. I guess that means this bunch will erupt next turn.





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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 4:25:26 AM   
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I did a boat-load of ground unit bombing. Their supply level decreases more often if I bomb a single unit. I can't seem to touch more
than one unit in stacks. The others don't get touched that often.

This should be the T3 Soviet moves.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 4:44:19 AM   
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This is the T3 end of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 5:17:35 AM   
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This is the beginning of turn T4 stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 5:50:33 AM   
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I haven't posted the Axis losses yet and I just realized I've already started moving units.  Just those in Lapland and in the Northwest Front
and some Leningrad Front units.  Oooooooops.  So in the Axis Moves movie which I have yet to post there will be some Soviet movement
also ( which will be missing from the Soviet moves movie ).

EDIT: Here's the Axis T4 moves:





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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 7:37:52 AM   
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These should be the T4 Soviet moves. I've been railing reinforcements to the front, moving air bases back out of harm's way and giving
HQ's some more SU's ( arty and sappers ). A lot of air groups had too few planes to fly this turn so I moved them to the NR and
replaced them with what was left of the new batch coming from the airplane foundry. I'm screening when I can and plugging holes in
the front line and making more than one line where possible. Too few troops still. I'm getting a big batch of reinforcements next turn too.
The Axis got Riga this time so the supply rails will be running through there no problem. I might have a problem hanging onto
Leningrad this game. So far so good.

OOooops. Duplicate post. Well, I'll just leave it here to document that I was here first.

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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 7:39:14 AM   
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These should be the T4 Soviet moves. I've been railing reinforcements to the front, moving air bases back out of harm's way and giving
HQ's some more SU's ( arty and sappers ). A lot of air groups had too few planes to fly this turn so I moved them to the NR and
replaced them with what was left of the new batch coming from the airplane foundry. I'm screening when I can and plugging holes in
the front line and making more than one line where possible. Too few troops still. I'm getting a big batch of reinforcements next turn too.
The Axis got Riga this time so the supply rails will be running through there no problem. I might have a problem hanging onto
Leningrad this game. So far so good.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 7:43:10 AM   
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I thought the next thing I should do is rail all the good stuff out of Odessa so I can pull back and not loose any industry from there.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 7:50:12 AM   
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Here's the T4 end of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 8:18:18 AM   
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This is the T5 beginning of turn stats:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 8:24:45 AM   
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I just figured out that I'm loosing more Mig-3's per turn than I'm building each turn. D'oh.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 10:13:54 AM   
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Hi all,

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ORIGINAL: larryfulkerson

I took a look at the settings picture I posted and yes those were the settings and yes I got it backwards.  I'll restart with the correct settings.  D'oh.

EDIT: These are the settings I will use on the restart:







That would be OK setting!


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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 2:00:25 PM   
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I need a secretary to keep everything flowing smoothly.

EDIT: I just now upgraded to the 1.05.45 beta version.

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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 2:09:26 PM   
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This should be the Axis T5 moves:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 3:18:19 PM   
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This is the T5 Soviet moves:




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 3:20:52 PM   
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I've got three guys that got passed over somehow and they're loose in the backfield. One is headed for Warsaw.




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RE: 1.05.42 Axis AI vs fulkerson - 12/3/2011 3:22:34 PM   
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This seemed a good time to ship some armament points out of a town near Leningrad.




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