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Finished: 01 PM Fri 09 Mar 18 UTC
Private Kartikeyan V-1
1 day /phase
Pot: 10 D - Autumn, 1907, Finished
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Kart95 (100 D)
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1901: bolo sir
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1901: These are one vs one games. You will generally play with seven players on this map. Black dots are supply centers. You can save your moves if you're unsure of your moves while coordinating with other players.

The one which I'm typing right now is Global chat which will be visible to all players playing the game. Most of times, alliances need to be done privately so besides global, you'll find a France chatbox. When you open it, you'll be able to type in like this which only France will be able to read. Other players boxes will also be available irrespective of whether they are your neighboring countries or not.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1902: mai aisagames khela nahi hai thoda time lagega samajne dhiraj rakhiyega....maar mat do bacche ko
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Berlin could have moved into Munich. Why didn't you? Similarly, Bulgaria could have moved into Constantinople and Budapest into Rumania. You could have gained five centers this turn.
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: I kept the one in budapest to block around aur bakimove kia...and i assumed ur unit in kiel would take berlin assuming that u would assume i wld move my unit so to secure berlin mai rakha usko
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: I kept the one in budapest to block around aur bakimove kia...and i assumed ur unit in kiel would take berlin assuming that u would assume i wld move my unit so to secure berlin mai rakha usko
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: Now you see, I am already at 15 centers. So now let me teach you stuff. After you build, use army Trieste to move to Venice. Use Naples to support move to Venice from Trieste.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: Baaki sab hold kar filhaal. Right now, just do what I said.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: So if you see, you won't be able to do so since Naples is not bordering Venice. So now, get army Vienna into Tyrolia. Keep everything else as it is. Just get Vienna to Tyrolia.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: I cannot directly send naples to trieste
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: I cannot directly send naples to trieste
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: I cannot directly send naples to trieste
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1904: Also, observe my moves. I used double bounce on Kiel because I was not sure if
your Berlin army would go to Kiel or not. So, my both units bounced each other in Kiel to stay as it is. Since Berlin also tried moving, it also got bounced. Meanwhile, I also made sure that Berlin couldn't move into Munich by moving my unit in Burgundy to Munich. If Berlin tried to move to Munich, that unit would have bounced you. Also, see how Venice moved into Rome and Piedmont moved into Venice to prevent you from taking you over. That's a train move.
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: cool bruh!!!!
Samja muje ab thoda
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: So now, use Tyrolia to support move Trieste to Venice. Move Trieste to Venice and hold rest all units.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1905: You saw what happened? I used Rome to support hold my unit in Venice to prevent you from supporting yourself into it. Now, repeat your moves but this time, additionally, move Naples to Rome. Now you'll see how things work. These things are very important because these will help you gain centers from others. There'll be very few open centers in actual games.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Once again I will try to support hold my unit in Venice. But since Naples fleet will attack Rome, it won't be able to support hold my unit since Rome will have to defend itself. So then, Venice without any support will be taken over by your unit from Trieste with support from Tyrolia.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Yellow lines are for support moves, green lines are for support holds.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Gotcha!
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Now, exactly below the map, you'll find arrow keys left and right. They can be used to see what happened in previous turns. Try using the left arrow to go to previous turn. Don't use double left arrow as it will go straight to first turn.

It's a great way to learn and see what mistakes you made and how I played my moves to come so far ahead of you. See how I moved around my units and which unit moved where.

Now this is retreats phase for me. You can't do anything here because none of your units were captured. So I now have the option of retreating from Venice to either Tuscany or Piedmont or Apulia. I can go either of three but even retreats need to be strategically planned. If I go to Piedmont, you will be able to take Rome next turn by using your fleet and army in Venice. Instead, I will move to Apulia. I'll tell you why in the next turn. In your next turn now, Use army Venice to support Naples into Apulia where my army is there.
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1905: Pink arrow is for retreat.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1906: Bro, I told you to support move.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1906: Try again.
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1906: I did previously also dude...don't know what happened
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: So now understand what happened. I had an army in Apulia. Since there is no land where I can retreat, I will have to disband that army. Means I lose that unit for now. Ofcourse I can build a unit back if I have enough centers but important is that unit was closer to your centers. Now if i build, it will be in my home center in Paris, Marseilles or Brest. So it's important to plan your retreat properly. Ideally, I would retreat Venice into Tuscany. This helps me to support hold Rome for next move while also keeping pressure on Venice which you have captured.
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: I did previously also dude...don't know what happened
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: accha got it
07 Mar 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Take Sweden and Ankara to win this game. I'll start another game with same name except V-2 and password would be same: PARTH
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1907: Okay
07 Mar 18 UTC Spring, 1907: Okay

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Austria
Kart95 (100 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 5 D
18 supply-centers, 11 units
France
Parth (212 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
15 supply-centers, 10 units
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