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Post  TheSixthNapoleon on Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:56 pm

Hello!

Aaron Johnson here from South Carolina in the USA! I've umpired a few very small games here and I'm looking forward to playing in some play by email games. If anyone's hosting anything any time soon and you have an opening, please sign me up!

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Re: Anxious to Participate!

Post  henridecat on Sun Jan 04, 2009 1:42 pm

Hi Aaron and welcome.

I'm sure there will be something starting in the not too distant future. I'm hoping someone will want to run a game through the forum this year (I can set up the permissions to permit a project like this & would like to see it tried, but I can't participate myself and administer the forum & I don't really have the time to umpire a game). My feeling is that a quick game taking a few hours on a couple of consecutive weekends stands more chance of success than a long running event, i.e. walk before you can run!

Otherwise contributers have run a number of email games we run face to face games in the UK about 5 or 6 times per year.

Keep looking & posting. Wink
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