After the first game, this game pales in comparison. Rulez was simply outplayed in this one.
Trippin is clearly even more aggressive than he was in the last game, rushing to classic and fighting on both land and sea. What's revealing in this game is that although both players employed somewhat similar tactics, there are notable differences in their styles. Trippin is more of a battle tactician with his precise manuveurs, while Rulez was more of a econ/general strategist and tend to leave military units to their own devices, and that perhaps cost him the sea battle while he had a clear fleet advantage for a while. Of course it was difficult to tell exactly since Rulez was pressured by a land battle at the same time as well, perhaps more games can make this point more clearly. Excellent game. Thanks for posting these expert games CokaCola_Kid, very enlightening RTS game strategies.