Finished: 08 AM Mon 27 Feb 17 UTC
Classic-133
1 day /phase
Pot: 140 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Sum-of-Squares Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn

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01 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1901: Oooops, I am sorry guys for missing a turn :(
04 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1902: Germany is confused. Brown will soon disappear :(
11 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If you want to ready up Germany, we're just waiting on you. Your choice, though.
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1905: Austria is a liar. I call a grand alliance against them
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1905: Austria is a liar. I call a grand alliance against them
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1905: I'm sorry that knocking you out of Rome will negate that build you'll get from Belgium. You'll just have to take back Marseilles if you desperately want to build that fleet in Brest.
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1905: No i was trying to make a mutually beneficial partnership
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1905: A mutually beneficial partnership against England. I understand that. I passed
16 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1906: Good game Turkey
Good game Germany
16 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1906: I am sad :'(
21 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1908: France, ready up if you don't mind.
22 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1908: I'm just going to talk in global from now on. I think Russia is aware that his best tactical move is to hold and mine is to support him. That leaves nothing that can't be said in global. Good move England. I had the stalemate line unbreakable in one more turn. Unfortunately you took Warsaw just in time.
22 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1908: The only issue from here is that Russia only stands to lose one point so he could easily move this turn and ceed you Moscow because he hates me!
22 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1908: As long as you make a supported attack from STP yourself you can always bounce austria out. Besides, Russia can get a survive instead of a defeat on his record.
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: He could, but that makes no sense for him. He's in a tremendous position as a bulwark for both of us against the aggression of the other. You know how to get me to agree to a draw. Until then I'll continue maneuvering, trying my best to find a crack in your stalemate line.
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: I would like to know how to agree to a draw
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Austria
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: You're doing everything right. You've held your stalemate line. England knows what to do for me to agree to a draw. If you want further clarity, ask him.
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: He's s trxy one that England b careful
23 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1909: As you can see by an English army in Warsaw, I am aware lol

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