GameChap and Bertie are at the Battle Fort again for another thrilling Clay Soldiers war; this time a Sub Battle between two armies chosen by you, our subscribers! Purple Iron-Hides of Patadamia or Scott’s Doggy Guardians – which formidable army shall emerge victorious? PLUS – read the Battle Fort rules below for a chance to see your own army entered against that of another subscriber, right here on GameChap’s channel! Capital show! BATTLE FORT RULES Instructions: Make an army based on the below rules. The two armies with the highest thumbs-up rating in the comments section will enter battle against each other in a GameChap video! Tally ho! 1) Each army has 64 soldiers. 2) All soldiers are allowed a stick and piece of armour. 3) Each army can have one King, but this is optional. 4) Upgrades cost points. You can spend up to 64 points on your army. The costs are: -) Flint: 16 pts. -) Cloth: 16 pts. -) Horse: 4 pts. each -) Gold Ingot: 0 pts. -) Gunpowder: 4 pts. each (max 1) -) Porkchop: 4 pts. each -) Slime: 4 pt. each -) Redstone: 1 pt. each -) Sugar: 1 pt. each -) Glowstone: 0 pts. each
Video Rating: 4 / 5 – Wimbledon, often described as the greatest tennis tournament in the world will be played out in 2011 from Monday June 20th through to Sunday July 3rd. It’s always a sensible Wimbledon betting strategy to see who has performed well at the Stella Artois Tennis tournament to assess who is performing well on grass. In the ‘men’s singles odds’ much of the betting support is towards world number one Rafael Nadal who leads the table at 2/1 with most books, following his sixth win of the French Open at Roland Garros. Roger Federer returns to his preferred tournament at 9/4 odds looking to equal the Pete Sampras record of 7 Wimbledon wins. This year’s Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic is third favorite at 3/1. And Andy Murray sitting just behind Djokovic at 5/1 after winning the AEGON Championships last week. The Scotsman could be standing at the threshold of winning a first ever “Grand Slam” over the next couple of weeks at Wimbledon as he has continuously improved. And in women’s single odds 2004 champion Maria Sharapova is the favorite at 3/1. Serena Williams follow close behind at 4/1 despite the fact that she hasn’t played since last summer. Kim Clijsters WAS listed at 8/1 until she recently announced that she wouldn’t be playing due to injury. Venus Williams is at 9/1 and is likely to be popular in the betting, as well as Na Li at 7/1 and world number one Caroline Wozniacki at 9/1. The Wimbledon seeding process takes place on Thursday June 16th and in the

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