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Finished: 01 PM Mon 20 Feb 17 UTC
Private 1V1 (Pals Only)-2
1 day /phase
Pot: 10 D - Spring, 1907, Finished
1 excused missed turn
Game won by CyberBomberXV11 (100 D)
09 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Hello Mr. Ports.
09 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Best of luck to you, CyberBomber. In case you need help on leading your forces, I will give you the gist. See the countries with the tiny circles? Those will give you more troops after a few turns. You may only build them in the three countries you own now. The ones your troops are in now. To move, press the buttons next to your troops, under the map, and choose where you want them. Look at the names of where they are. They may only move to a place without an troops in them. You may only have one troop in each country. This is the same with the ocean. Also. They may only move to a place right next to them. Example: Budapest may move to Rumania, but not to Ukraine. Please look at the map if you do not understand.
09 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Now combat! To take an area with an enemy unit in it, you must have another unit. To do this, send one unit in as a normal move. Then, another unit must be used in a 'support move'. This button is also in the same area as the normal move button. You may use as many troops as you wish for this, but only ONE can actually take the country you are moving towards. If another enemy troop moves into an empty country you have tried to take, you will both fail, and stay in place. Use another troop to stop this from happening. If you are going for defense, you may use the 'support hold' on your own troop. This will make it harder to invade and defeat the supported troop. Any questions?

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Austria
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 5 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
France
RyanPorts (113 D)
Resigned. Bet: 5 D
17 supply-centers, 15 units
Civil Disorders
RyanPorts (113 D)France (Spring, 1907) with 17 centres.
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