I was partway through my game of GDW's Third World War by Frank Chadwick
. . . and I smacked into the corner of the card table I was using.
The entire front went from neat piles of divisions and brigades, disruption counters, odds markers, strike markers, etc. to a smear of randomly strewn units.
There was just no way to re-assemble it. I've been playing it slowly over the past weeks, so it's not like I knew which divisions were in which stack in which hex, with how many disruptions.
It's a slow game, but a fun one, but I can't see me getting another chance to play it for at least another six months or more.
So depressing. Next time, I'm playing it on a sturdier table, one I can't move even with a hard bump. Next time I'll probably play a faster game, like Arctic Front or Southern Front. Persian Gulf is the most fun, but it's more than twice as big as the game I was playing and I have no table space big enough to set it up anymore.