First charge of Iberian and Galic cavalry hits line of legionaries.
Both sides become disorganised and suffer first loses.
At the same time right wing of the Carthaginian army is still far away.
Romans rout Galic and Iberian cavalry.
Roman left wing retreats to reorganise the line. It was a gamble because movement to the back disorganises units.
Carthaginian right wing makes a double move to catch the enemy but fails tests and becomes disorganised.
In the centre Carthaginian elephants attack. However they fail to scare Romans and the charge is repulsed.
After the elephants Galic infantry starts a wild charge attempting to break the enemy line.
Gauls are routed and Roman left wing is partially reorganised.
Roman right wing charges disorganised elephants.
TED TALK: What game theory teaches us about war | Simon Sinek - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bFs6ZiynSU Quite frightening!
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