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Finished: 11 AM Sun 02 Sep 18 UTC
Time for diplomacy! 6
1 day /phase
Pot: 707 D - Spring, 1911, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
25 Jul 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck all!
26 Jul 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck!
26 Jul 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Have fun!
30 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1902: Sorry for lack of communication. I had messages typed out but they legitimately did not send. Looks like I am taking an early exit as a result...oh well I suppose
04 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Apologies for my silence the last couple of days, have been stuck in a country show with no wifi and limited mobile phone coverage.
07 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: I have to commend Germany for a game well played. I don't think I've ever seen a player so adept at spreading disunity. I don't, for instance, think I've seen a player who was so willing to help their long term enemies with the purpose of undermining their position over a long period of time. I've found that most players don't even talk to their enemies, but Germany has found a way to convince his enemies that he is their friend. Very well done.

We've gotten to the point in the game where, if we were playing over the board, England, Russia and I would agree that the Germany/Austria/Italy alliance has won the game. For that reason, I am voting to draw the game - although I imagine people will want to play the game out. GG all.
07 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: You could always try to break up the CPA. Funny how I was roved right about the foolishness of Russia’s attack on me
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: I can't think of many situations in life where I would take France's comment as a back handed compliment - but I will in this one. If I do have an apology to make it is to Russia who didn't deserve that last move and who appears to be a genuinely nice bloke.
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: Sometimes you’re the dog, somestimes you’re the tree. We’ve all slipped the knife in on someone. I just tend to do it later in the game, if I think I can grab the solo.
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: @Turkey, you may be upset, but a bad result doesn’t mean that I had a bad plan. Could be adiplomatic failure instead of strategic one.
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: @ Russia, yeah, it actually means you misdiagnosed how solid the AI was despite clear clear signs (Trieste?) that you weren't going to bust that up.
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: I obviously fucked up somewhere, but I’m not discussing my retrospective insights.
08 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: At least not in an open forum.
15 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Hmmmm. 11 + Smyrna, Greece, Trieste, Venice, Rome, Naples and Tunis or Munich or Berlin.
15 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Tunis AND Munich AND Berlin...
And count Paris and London as well, please.

I won't get a solo. I have no intention doing that. And I am not in that a position as well.
15 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Not when he is sooo in bed with Italy that he gave up Trieste. Without that and a bunch of fleets it ain’t happening.

If only someone had noticed that for what it was....
16 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: That’s exactly what a guy going for a solo would say...
16 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: @Turkey... I did think that partnership would fail, and that Austria had put himself too much in Italy’s hands. But I believe my real mistake was up north, and I won’t explain.
16 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: I think your mistake was not being agressive enough in the North. I gave you a plan of action in 1902, but you were unwilling to commit fully.
16 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Without building units I cannot get solo. So let's see if I "accidentally" build or not.
16 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: This isn’t to stir the pot...

The patience to wait while Italy and Germany grind out a 3 way draw would be impressive.
20 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1907: Yikes, the Austrian Civil War is coming to a head.
21 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1907: There is a hungarian revolution again. The units of Moscow, Sevastopol, Serbia and Constantinapole are part of the Honvédség while Warsaw, Galicia, St. Petersburg and Rumania are part of the Landwehr.
24 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1909: "at least the French fought to the bitter end" - no one ever
29 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1910: If you have entered your orders feel free to click on "ready". Everyone knows how this will end :)
29 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1910: I’m a shocking display of gutlessness??
29 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1910: Alright guys, good game all. Time to draw the game.
29 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1910: Nice try, France :)
31 Aug 18 UTC The republic of Martinique bids you all a good game.
31 Aug 18 UTC How nice that every country is still represented

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Germany
Pedagog (2253 D)
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Italy
bengalfish (1357 D)
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
Austria
Boldvaman (1181 D)
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
England
nickste89 (1816 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
France
Jasonb4165 (557 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Turkey
Ogion (4009 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Russia
Hapapop (725 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
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