Finished: 09 PM Mon 23 Jun 14 UTC
gunboat live-52
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1912, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by The Czech (42667 D (S))
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1910: If you are willing to draw, why get rid of Germany? Do you need the two extra coins that badly?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Germany mind if I take Norawy you loose the unit anyhow due to the lack of retreats.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: So Frenchy; your true colours have remained true. You screwed the WOP.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Go ahead since I can't take it back.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: okay hit Support Edi into Norway
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Nope I am heading down to stop the Russian Advance. YOu seemed unwilling to do so for the longest time.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: I suspect that your definition of halting the Russian advance is taking out Italy first. Kinduv a firewall analogy.

The proof, as they say, will be in the proverbial pudding. If you move against Piedmont, Venice falls, and with it the rest of Italy. If you don't, Russia will not get much farther west than she already is.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: I didn't move against Piedmont I want to hold the line. I promise
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Are you willing to let me keep Tunis, despite the fact that the SC will now be empty? We collectively cannot afford to lose another Italian unit. What do you say?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Germany Any ideas on how to stop russia's advance?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: And thank you for sparing Piedmont.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: You can keep Tunis If i can move into Tyrr otherwise Russia can get into Ionian in a year or so
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: If that is the condition to keep Tunis, then take Tunis. I cannot afford to have your units on the border of my unoccupied domestic SCs. Help Germany retake Munich instead.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Germany how do we take Munich back?
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Move into the Ruhr so Russia's army can't go west.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Though if you take Tunis, I will lose another unit and I will be forced to disband a fleet, thereby expediting Russia's sail westwards. Leaving Tunis untouched slows if not stops this move entirely.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Nope you can disband Piedmont which will be replaced by Marseilles. my army in PIe will not Threaten you it will only protect you
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Russia needs only two more units for an outright win.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Don't you think it behooves me to move Piedmont eastwards?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Let me keep Tunis and I will support you into Munich.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Let me rephrase that. Vacate Tunis and I will support you into Munich.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Okay so If we retake Munich we might just be abel to manage another year
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: France advance into Munich since I have to hold Berlin.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: what should I support into Munich?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Does that mean that you will vacate Tunis?
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Italy hit bohemia and we should be able to take munich
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Ruhr is a good choice.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: If I do not get a positive response from you France, I will simply allow Russia to walk into Venice and Rome unchallenged. Then game over.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: I am support holding your fleet in Ionian so that Russia does not move further. i am sending an army into Piedmont to make up for any lost units.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: I like that option
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: It is PPSC right Good luck with France, Italy
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Russia - Venice is vacant. Walk right in.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: you idiot Italy.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: France - I was not screwing around.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: You are the idiot.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: At least Russia was always the enemy and not a fifth column. You were to initial aggressor. Losing is losing.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: You are the one who let Russia walk into your Eastern SC's wehen i offered not to move against you In exchange for peace.
23 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Tyrolia to Venice.
Vienna to Tyrolia.
Trieste to Apulia via convoy.

Ionian Sea to Tunis with support from the Tyrrhenian Sea.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: After you moved your units south, attacked Piedmont, and walked into Tunis.

After you seesawed with England and Germany and Russia.

Spilt milk, don't you think?
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: (To: Global, from you) - Spring, 1907: hold this turn, move back next, you can do the same with Tyrr
~06:16 PM (To: Global, from Italy) - Spring, 1907: Agreed. What are your intentions about the Gulf of Lyon?
~06:16 PM (To: Global, from Italy) - Spring, 1907: I find French food too rich anyway.
07:01 PM (To: Global, from you) - Autumn, 1906: okay then neither of us moves into Western med next turn I head north you head east.

Your next move was head into Western Med.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: Fuck it anyhow
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: Nice - after your initial redeployment. Should have thought about the potential consequences way back when, shouldn't you? Alas, we will never know what might have been.

Well played Russia.
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: hey - that rhymes - seems that you are indeed poetical - something we can add to your CV
23 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1912: Germany, try to hang in there with at least one SC. Surviving is surviving.
23 Jun 14 UTC And to think it all wouldnt have happened if we had canceled. I believe Italy was the lone hold out
23 Jun 14 UTC A game is a game - even though you misunderstood the description because of the game name - shit like that happens in every game - I had a couple of partial missed orders because I ran out of time on the clock - no point complaining - getting a live game together is not easy
23 Jun 14 UTC Okay well played Russia. Italy no hard feelings I hope. There was a lot of misunderstanding.
23 Jun 14 UTC I wasted a few hours for this.
23 Jun 14 UTC Good game The Czech.
23 Jun 14 UTC I feel the same way Randomizer

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Russia
The Czech (42667 D (S))
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 20 D
20 supply-centers, 17 units
France
denis (864 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 14 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Italy
Matitya (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 2 D
1 supply-centers, 3 units
Germany
Randomizer (104 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 2 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
England
Overkell (110 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
Tokawase (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
curupira (3486 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
curupira (3486 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1903) with 2 centres.
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