Season 9 Standings

As games end the standings are updated. See how each Group is doing and check on your friends and rivals.

Lifetime standings can be seen HERE.

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Tournament Results

Thurn & Taxis Online Tournament
Season 8 Report Results

Only the winner of each game should record the results. Use the form below. Be sure to add the seat number of the player who triggered the game end.

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Game Assignments

Season 9 Matches

Our Thurn & Taxis tournaments use the online implementation at We use the original version of the game – no expansion content, and no special options.

Players are sorted into leagues of 7 players based on previous results.  In a season, each player plays in 4 games. Each other member of your league will be in 2 games against you. See scoring rules below.

Divisions are based on previous Season results. New players enter at the bottom level for their first season.

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Thurn & Taxis Season 9
Sign Ups are Closed

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Last Season Results

It took seven grueling seasons, but two-time WBC champ Rob Murray finally pulled off a win.  It was certainly not an easy ride, as Rob tied three-time Meeple League champ (and former WBC champ) Kyle Smith atop the final standings at 25 points.  Rob had a slightly better percentage of winner’s score (97.6% to 95.4%) after shenanigans occurred in Kyle’s last open game that allowed Rob to sneak in the division victory.  In a very tightly competitive Division 1 race where 6 of 7 players earned a win, Rob and Kyle were one point ahead of Rob Kircher, who was one point ahead of Alex Bove.  The two players relegated from Division 1, Tomas Lamser and Andrew Emerick, tied at 13 points each.  Kyle and Alex will continue their fight in Season 8 to see who the last man standing will be in the top division, as they are the only two players to compete in every season at Division 1.

Yucata shark Andy Schwarz has been on a mission to get to Division 1, as he has been tearing through the lower divisions since joining the league.  He and Chris Wildes will join Division 1 for Season 8 after winning their respective Division 2 brackets.  Also noteworthy, Allan Jiang is making a push for online gamer of the year and has made it to Division 2 after winning Division 3-A in Season 7.  Sky Winslow Roy, Haim Hochboim and DJ Borton will also move up to Division 2.

Final Season 7 standings are still open, as Division 3-C moved at a glacial pace largely due to Andrew Drummond’s campaign for the NDP in Burlington in the recent Ontario elections.  Although he wasn’t able to pull off the win, he had a very impressive turnout and came in second.

Lifetime standings can be seen HERE.  They will be updated following the official conclusion of Season 7.

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Tournament Results


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