Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Episode 31: Tables for 2

It's been just over a year since Rich Spilky joined us in Episode 14: The Spilky Way, and released to the world seven excellent ASL player aid tables which he had been working on for some time. Well, the Rich is back, and this time he's unleashing nine more fabulous player aids that are sure to help speed up your play, bring light to dim recesses of The Rules, and in general improve the quality of your life. Is that promising too much? Well, take a look at Rich's work and let us know what you think. It's "Tables for 2" . . . no reservations required.

You can download all 16 of Rich's tables below
  • to download in Adobe pdf format, click here.
  • to download as a Microsoft Windows compiled help file, click here. (Thanks to T2HS listener, Paul Suderman, for his very nice work on this.)

Listen Now:

Download this episode: Right-click here and select to save the file.

  • (2:00) Listener mail
  • (17:00) Report from Rich on the New York State ASL Championship
  • (26:00) What's in the Box? A nice surprise from Le Franc Tireur
  • (51:00) Tables for 2 -- Tables of riches from Rich Spilky
  • Total running time: 1:41
Pictures from the Albany tourny
Winter War tournament in Champaign, IL

This episode of The 2 Half-Squads was made possible by:
The C4 Corner Cutter
Le Franc Tireur
and by listener donations. Thanks for your support!


  1. "Open the Box, Open the Box!!!" :-)



  2. I like the new look of the site. That SPI video is great. Looks like I need to start drinking and smoking while I'm playing.

    Your excitement while you opened what was in the box is exactly the feeling I have while opening new games. Your authenticity is why this is such a great podcast.

    Keep it up.

  3. Thanks for another great episode guys. I'm only playing starter kits right now, but there's always tons of useful info I can pick up in every episode.

    I do think the idea of doing an episode all about smoke would be great, since I always forget to use it.

    Thanks again!

  4. Looks like the links to Rich's tables are broken.