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Finished: 09 AM Fri 31 Jan 14 UTC
A war of the fittest
1 day /phase
Pot: 116 D - Autumn, 2006, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by The Lord Duke (3918 D)
08 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1994: Hi all, have fun & enjoy.
08 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1994: Good luck to all!
09 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1994: Here is to a good game
01 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2000: Happy new year
01 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2000: Happy New Year!
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: GameMaster: rednas11 was banned: invalid email. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Can we vote Pause until Spain's player returns or is replaced?
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Isn't Spain the player that has been banned?
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: yeah.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: They're too big in this game to just ignore their absence...so please...pause or draw?
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: You mean you will not be able to construct your own orders for your own position.
Just because the conductor for the orchestra has been found out, does not mean you can't write your own music!
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: It's a little disingenuous to say that when Spain's in a significant position to impede your win--and even reverse it.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: It was clear that something was not right in this game back in Au 1998. I discussed this with both Spain & Russia at that time. Spain was the organ grinder & you were his monkeys. When the replacement Egypt arrived on the scene it was clearly apparent to anyone who knows or plays diplomacy that his moves were not in his best interests but for those of Spain's. Only I chose not to report it to the adjudicators as I was at least getting a competitive challenge when it was 5 against 2.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Not disputing the ban, just the state the game is in now is not very sporting if we don't have Spain replaced.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Okay I'm back, just some confusion.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: The game has been extended to allow for a replacement player to be found. That player will have a good strong position to take over, However, it would be nice if he was not someone personally invited by a player from this game!
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Hello, I said I was back, it was only a misunderstanding.
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Welcome back
15 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 2003: Thanks.
16 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: Glad to have you back. Missing players does so disrupt the balance of a game.
16 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: Yeah
30 Jan 14 UTC Many thanks to all for playing in this quite interesting variant.
30 Jan 14 UTC Yeah, well played by all.
30 Jan 14 UTC Congrats to Turkey, good game all!
30 Jan 14 UTC Best game I have played so far

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Turkey
The Lord Duke (3918 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 61 D
34 supply-centers, 31 units
Britain
SpaceCase (198 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
12 supply-centers, 11 units
Spain
rednas11 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Germany
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 12 D
6 supply-centers, 7 units
Russia
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Egypt
yorko (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
France
Dyza (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
protyasha (190 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Poland
Arcsius (136 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Ukraine
Defeated. Bet: 3 D
Civil Disorders
TheMaster8 (100 D)Egypt (Autumn, 1998) with 7 centres.
Arcsius (136 D)Poland (Autumn, 2002) with 0 centres.
Maximilian the conquered (0 D X)Ukraine (Spring, 1998) with 5 centres.
Dyza (100 D)France (Autumn, 1996) with 2 centres.
yorko (100 D)Egypt (Spring, 2004) with 1 centres.
Vladimir Snowden (100 D)Ukraine (Autumn, 2001) with 0 centres.
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