The scenario seems to be fairly well balanced overall. It took me a few tries to get a brilliant victory, mostly due to supply difficulties.
I noticed that the AI will, once again, just keep attacking a unit if it feels it's on a critical hex, so this is also the scenario where I suffered my first unit loss: a 5 step Rifle formation that, even though it was behind a river at the bridge on the eastern side of the map, was destroyed in a series of repeated attacks (which is why the AI's on "my" side of the Chir and has cut off supply in the screenshot). There's little you can do against that, as in all my playthroughs thus far, the AI will always attack it.
The main initial problem for the Soviets here is the reverse of Uranus, as the problem is in the east and not the west. You can't really breach the river line, and there are a fair number of German units around. The best way, as I see it, to get out of that situation is to break out towards the northwest, and merge the mobile forces that start in the east with those that start in the west so you can get to the southern objectives. Again, supply is the problem and usually not actual Axis resistance. I'd suggest dropping all logistics upgrades on the supply source in the northwest.
As always, I stopped worrying about flank security on turn 3, as I intended to finish the scenario by turn 4.
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