Sunday 1:00 to 6:00 real time, 13:00 to 14:30 (3 turns) game time.
The French then launched a massive attack on the Austrian left after the Austrians had shifted two cavalry brigades and one Grenadier brigade to their right flank.
The French attack was well coordinated. The Austrians thought they were okay with their cavalry on react, but when the time came found they couldn’t attach to an artillery battery, thus creating rules question number two. Is it only artillery (and generals and wagon trains) that can initiate an attachment?
There then came two disasters. The French had a breakthrough with a cavalry brigade and the Austrians failed to react or bring fire on it. Doh! This was question number three, but turned out to be well covered under the recall sequence in the rules.
The Austrians started their riposte when they suddenly realised ... Nooooooooo!!! The general who they had entrusted the two brigades of cavalry that they hoped would finish off the French on their right turned out to be from the wrong Corps. With that the Austrians conceded.