All Quiet on the Martian Front" game - all the players seemed to be having a grand time and it's nice to see the game gaining real traction - there were 5 or 6 AQMF games being put on at the con.
Fire and Fury Regimental game put on by the rules author, Rich Hasenauer. These are, by far, the best civil war rules out there.
AQMF demo game near the Architects of War booth. The river Monitor was scratch built by Ernie and may appear in future rules supplements.
As for my gaming, I managed to get in a great WW1 naval game based on the Battle of Coronel and was put on by Brian DeWitt. I was on the British side and we managed a very narrow victory but no thanks to me - I managed to get all my ships sunk!
On Saturday, I played in the Bolt Action tournament and ran a Japanese Infantry with a capture Stuart and a Type 97 Tankette for armored support. As usual the tournament was a lot of fun - more surprisingly - I won all 3 games and was declared the tournament winner.
The last game was against Judson (of Bolt Action Radio fame/infamy) and his German tank platoon - he fielded three Panzer III's, an 8 rad and a handful of infantry. This was one of the toughest/funnest games of BA I've ever played and was so engrossing that I forgot to take pictures. The game went down to the last turn where I was able to spring a counter attack which destroyed most of his armor and pushed the German remnants off the objectives. Judson really should have won the game but I just got lucky!
Thanks to Stephan (aka Capt'n TO) and his son for putting on yet another great event - I've now played in 6 of his tournaments and always have a great time.