We managed to crank out a couple of turns last night so here is a long awaited update. As usual, I am using my notes which focus on the North part of the battle. Hopefully Jim can fill in details on the South and provide the hard numbers.
It's turn G4. MikeP consolidates his hold on Pavlov's House by moving some more guys. The remaining Russian squads nearby are pissed, but there is not much they can do about it. A 10-0 and 4-5-8 in the basement are really bummed and wished they bugged out rather than run in to the cellar.
He also squeezes some more guys along the North board edge. I manage to break a few with some lucky shots but I don't have a lot to prevent him from moving through except my T-34 in a building. MikeP is now thinking: Stuka?
In the middle, the German horde continues to advance slowly. The biggest fighting is in building Q10 which still has a 76L in it and some NKVD and 6-2-8 squads.
In R4 the T34 in U3 breaks another squad adding to the pile of busted German units. But I cannot get at them! Also in prep I reveal a pillbox in U11 which goes on a minor ROF tear but doesn't get any decent results. The highlight is a 6-2-8 NKVD unit breaking the 8-3-8 with the FT. Phew!
During my movement I pretty much just skulk. I do start to pull out of the Q10 building (more later). Snipers have been pretty active this game and during my movement 2 x 1 rolls manage to break both crews of MikePs 75* INF guns. Doesn't really matter too much as they accomplished their jobs.
In DFF MikeP attempts to bomb the T-34 in U3 but alas, it doesn't happen.
We managed to squeeze out G5 and MikeP keeps on moving up. During DFF I detonate a Set DC in Q10. By this point my crew was dead and I had no good guys in the building. But MikeP didn't have anyone in there either. But the guy holding the detonator was about to get overrun and I wanted to destroy the gun and hope for falling rubble. Well, gun was destroyed but no falling rubble.
The now broken 10-0 and half-squad in the Pavlov's house basement die due to failure to route.
Well, that's a quick wrap up. Hopefully Jim can post some more stuff too.