Making the sum, the French lost three brigades and the allies four, a marginal victory for the French.
Better than no victory and a victory with balanced troops is always great, when French are fighting the mighty Prussians.
Thank you! If we had more time, I think that, as the French had their right wing big cavalry brigade intact, they could roll up the Allies' exposed center in cooperation with the infantry brigade guarding Ostendorf. But this is a theoretical projection of the battle, of course... What I liked most were: -Cavalry clashing, reeling back to remove hits and clashing again, until the final fall. -Firefighting all over the front. We had used the brigade morale rule and some brigades were done for from shooting only. -Ebb and tide of troops rushing forward and reatreating while storming the villages - and in one case temporarily holding them but then overwhelmed by superior enemy numbers. -What intrigued me most is that I dared enter through the woods with my right cavalry wing to attack the light troops there, a tactics that worked.