Opponent had 3mo, a hunter, and a couple of ironclads.
This was by far the most fast paced and fun game of the evening, it's kind of a blur so my description isn't the best.
He sent in hunter to hide at one end of the zone, a heavy into the middle (was he able to get the alpha and kill drago?), and hid 3mo behind two jacks.
I looked at the situation, and realized with the feat + trample, behemoth might have just enough range to get upfield far enough to see past the 2 jacks and shoot 3mo. With S&P and 3 focus, it was worth a shot, despite the trample rat penalty.
Behemoth was just in (the facing toward in this picture must have been from the beginning of another turn. I had checked straight line facing from the side of his arc after the trample forward and it was clean.) Initial hit was mighty and left him on like 4 boxes, but the second one missed.
We each got through another turn without being able to seal the deal. He slammed a jack over a BoK vlad but wasnt able to finish him. I bulldozered up devastator to give vlad a little breathing room, cast BoK... and my opponent pointed out I hadn't shaken the knockdown. I said a token would have been nice as an indicator, he apologized and actually offered to let me take it, but I said no - it had been an awesome game and I didn't want to spoil it with arguing.
He was still under a lot of time pressure, and even damaged BoK vlad is no joke, but he was able to get it done with just 14 seconds left on the clock:
Like I said, I'm not doing a good job communicating it, but the awesomeness of each having 2 back and forth assassination attempts in the space of 10 minutes really gave me a lot of respect for speedmachine as a format - it's just the stripped down essential fun of the game. Totally cool guy, two thumbs up all around.