This week we did Gross Jagersdorff. I refought this battle early last year but wasn't happy with how I'd set it up so this is the ideal opportunity to have another attempt. I decided to reorientate the table slightly and ignore the troops in the bottom right of the map below (Holstein's Prussian cavalry and Sibilski's mixed Russian division) as they spent the entire battle occupied with killing each other and didn't interfere with the main actions around the Norkitten Wald in the centre. The Norkitten Wald was classed as an open wood with 12" visibility and half speed movement for all troops.
Rather than regurgitate what happened here's a link to the excellent Kronoskaf website http://www.kronoskaf.com/syw/index.php?title=1757-08-30_-_Battle_of_Gross-Jägersdorf
We diced for sides and Robbie and Paul Stevenson played the Russians while John and I took the Prussians. The forces involved were as follows:
RUSSIAN ARMY: Commander in Chief: Field Marshall Stepan Apraxin (6) (Robbie)