Yesterday 14th of June 2009, during the PisaGioca fair in Pisa (Italy), 81 people, 65 male players and 16 female, gathered at the same table in a square of the city center. Some of them were real veterans from several cities, them bringing their own wonderful collections of personalized miniatures.
In the end, only a single Allied plane was flying over a plain scattered by wrecks. The Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale (Italian Acrobatic Team of the IAF) flying over the site at the end of the game sealed the new record, beating the 61 players game that took place in Utah at the end of March.
A report by Massimiliano "Ugoslave" Calimera (in Italian):
A photogallery of the game, with the 20 x 1 meters long table (L-shaped on one end):
The preview WW2 miniatures shown at the event:
All the best!