There was so much going on that I can make no claim to remembering details, but then it was the biggest battle in Europe until the First World War. I remember the despair of watching three brigades break, two in the centre and the Poles on the right flank, although the situation was easier to recover on the right than in the centre. I also remember watching 6 units of cuirassiers repulsed by Austrian Hussars. There were some highlights, mostly breaking Prussian battalions and one particular French brigade beating off successive waves of Russian cuirassiers.
All in all a great game and a big thank you to Will for letting me get involved.
Here are the pictures I took of the first day and they follow game events from 8am to 12 noon in game time. For more details of the game special rules and scaling, as well as other pictures and a post-action report, see Wills' blog