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Finished: 01 AM Wed 28 Feb 18 UTC
Perfectly normal game
2 days /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1920, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
04 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1915: Defeat in the face? What are you on?
04 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1915: The Victory Train
04 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1915: You realize the track is broken at near the end right?
04 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: All that trash talking and then you lay a deuce and do that?
04 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: And I thought I was going to need to buy a bucket of popcorn.
04 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: You're one to talk.
05 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: To be honest Turkey, you have done a great job liberating half the world, but your tactics are awful. Why have you not moved Tunis to North Africa? What is it doing protecting Western Med? Why were you moving Tyrrhenian sea to Tuscany? You have lost all the initiative and now the position is pretty darn close to drawn.
05 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: Nice for you to give him some tips...
05 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: No problem. I give honest thoughts to everyone.
For example, England you seem to have won yourself a free 18 webDip points by joining this game.
05 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1915: No, Germany. He won't win 18. I will die or I will win. There is no way for England to only win 18 points.
09 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1916: If I haven't made progress by 1920, I'll call a draw
11 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: Good game.
11 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: O shoot, it's only spring :|
13 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: Haha, England withdrew their draw vote.
13 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: Cheers, Turkey.
13 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: Well Turkey, let me know when you want to draw and it'll go back up.
13 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: as I said, 1920 if I haven't made progress
13 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1917: but I'm thinking it's over...
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: You misread your hand Turkey. Now we're in stalemate position.
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: As a wise man once said, you cannot count your eggs and eat them.
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: Well a smart webDip player would of realized there actually was exactly 1 perfect strategy that was foolproof and would result in a stalemate position.
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: As a wise man once said, when fighting a monster, you must be wary, for the monster affects you more than you may realise. I'm paraphrasing, but a guy did say something like that once.
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: It is lost. You messed up. You lost. GG.

As I said, England won some free points. They could get even more if they take Austria out.
14 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: Well a stitch in time saves two in the bush.
15 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: Since it seems we are just waiting until 1920 for our draw, could we try to be a bit more prompt with submitting orders? I am quite bored of this game now.
15 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: Sorry, I'm going on a vacay this weekend so it's going to be slow for a bit.
15 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: Fair enough
15 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: All right, due to the vacation and the trivial time limit, I'll accept a draw
15 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1917: I guess it was an easy 18 points for you, England
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: Great,honestly didn't think I would make it to the end of this one haha.
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: At least you’re happy.
Gg, and my condolences Turkey.
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: It looks like Turkey is going to keep fighting. Is a two way draw in the making?
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: I'll be completely honest, I don't know how this will go down.
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: I think Turkey's hoping for a NMR.
16 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1918: I never hope for a NMR
20 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1918: No draw Turkey?
20 Feb 18 UTC Autumn, 1918: I'm just confused... like.... like someone that's easily confused.
22 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1919: The Grand duchy of Austria would like to invite Germany back
23 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: 1920. Can we end the game now?
24 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: That depends on the opinion of the Germans
24 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: I don't care.
24 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: Wow
24 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: I’m burning your palace down
24 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: Built just for you
25 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: my draw vote is in
25 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: Well... if England refuses to put in the draw vote, I highly suggest the two of you (Russia and Austria) do something about it... I'd even be willing to give your lands back to you if England is too resilient.
25 Feb 18 UTC Spring, 1920: Lol sure ok
26 Feb 18 UTC Good game I guess. Jesus christ, Turkey could of had his 3 way draw but he decided to get a 4 way draw just to spite me. Then he claims he isn't drawing this game to spite me.

If I had a much more experienced/better Turkey we would of gotten a 2 way draw. But inexperience breeds ignorance.
26 Feb 18 UTC And y'know, mistrust breeds more mistrust.
26 Feb 18 UTC Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.

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Turkey
What1881 (152 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 18 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
England
ChippeRock (2564 D)
Drawn. Bet: 0 D, won: 18 D
13 supply-centers, 13 units
Russia
List Cornel (121 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 18 D
3 supply-centers, 2 units
Austria
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 18 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
France
Mnichiem (286 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
Ilheranson (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Germany
celaph (409 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
lordfarquaad (100 D)Italy (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
Infinity77 (100 D)England (Autumn, 1914) with 11 centres.
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