This is the situation before the attack, when you get 19 attack CV against 35 defensive CV on a clear hex, it is likely to win.
ORIGINAL: Tom Hunter
Given the discussions on other AARs it would be very interesting to see a battles result at the end of your turn, with some comments about counter attacks and your use of the Red Airforce.
Now that the game has long been over, and the new patch has made the leader no longer secret to opponent, I could afford to tell that the leader leading this attack is Zhukov backed up by a 7 infantry rating Front leader.
It is a 90% successful attack, yet, it is a 1:1=2:1 attack, so one could see that if the 1:1=2:1 rule removed, then the soviet best troops (two 4CV plus four 3CV strong rifle divisions sitting in level 2 forts backed up by numerous best SU under the command of Zhukov) would not be able to deal with 3 highly fatigue German divisions which just put themselves into open ground under their gunfire.
That is no fun, and obvious against history, if Germany could make this kind of putting troops into open ground under the nose of Soviet best troops, without getting any punishment, then they will win before 1941 winter. In history, we learn that Zhukov saved Leningrad by his famous counter-attack in 1941.
My opinion is that 1:1=2:1 need to remain, we could tone down the transport level, which could move the industry in a mega-city in one week, which is ridiculous. In dealing with capacity, one should not just count how many trains one have, it is the packing & loading & un-loading that matters, I think that the transport level needs to be cut by 50%.