|Two Union brigades have steadily driven back two Confederate brigades, capturing the commanding hill on this flank.|
|The Union attack in the center has been stopped cold. But the opposing rebels have been worn down considerably.|
|Casualty stands give vivid evidence of the heavy losses the men in gray sustained in their attempt to pierce the Union line here.|
|On the extreme Confederate right, a leaderless brigade of Virginians is forced to pull back.|
|A Confederate brigade was set to charge the Union center, but the untimely death of the brigadier stalled the effort here.|
|A shot from behind the Union position at the stone wall. On the last turn a single rebel regiment actually made it past the wall, but failed to win the melee with the defending Yankees.|
|Union units are close to a breakthrough on the rebel left.|
There were a lot of units to maneuver, so each turn took quite a bit of time. But that is always going to be the case in a large game like this. On the plus side, with so many brigades in action things tended to even out. However, there were a couple of crucial die rolls that were quite exciting. At the very end the rebels had a chance to break through at the wall. One regiment actually got across the barrier and came to grips with a green unit. It had a real chance of winning, but a roll of "1" pretty much ended that foray in an emphatic way!