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Finished: 11 AM Mon 19 Jul 10 UTC
Private The Lifeboat
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1920, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by yosunmi (140 D)
04 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: Hey Everyone,
WebDiplomacy also has this in-game messaging feature, but I think we should stick with using other means of communication (email, phone, text, face to face, etc.) so we don't have to log in to check messages. Feel free to use this to send non-urgent messages though.
04 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: By the way, click on the above tabs to send a private message to a particular country.
05 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1902: Hey, everyone read the rulebook, right? It says that a few years from now an 8th player enters the game, the United States of America, and meddles everything up.
06 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1902: Muahahah <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0">hahaha</a>
06 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1902: dammit
06 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1902: dammit
06 May 10 UTC Spring, 1903: haha, nice one
07 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1903: Yay, I'm not the one holding up the game this turn!
09 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: I'm starting a summer internship at Mitsubishi Electronic Research Laboratory tomorrow. Just letting people know so they don't expect me to be around to talk in person and be as responsive in my play.
19 May 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Since Artie is out of town from Thursday to Monday and the Unlu lab has a trip to Cape Cod this weekend, it would probably be good to pause the game until everyone is back.

The game will pause once everyone has voted pause, and will only unpause once everyone votes to unpause (by canceling their pause vote)
27 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: If EFG continues it alliance until Turkey is destroyed (or nearly destroyed) then the game will probably end with France winning, England coming in a strong second and Germany taking a bad third place upon being wiped out.
28 May 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2a/Europe_1911.jpg
01 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: now that I've lulled you all into a sense of complacency, I'll stage my heroic comeback
05 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: my how the tables have turned.
08 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: this has been a great game. I think it's time the rambunctious King of England takes a vacation from Diplomacy. I think for the next year or so, all negotiations, if there should so be any, should take place with the Great George, the Prime Minister of England.
08 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: Ninas kicking you off diplomacy isn't she?
08 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: Dave, you shouldn't just give up... soon the tide will turn and everyone will need to work against Phil as he grows stronger.

Why haven't you guys readied your moves?? I dying to see what happens!
08 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: looky, looky, how strong the turk grows...
15 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: interesting, the website is frozen
22 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1915: and then there were three
26 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1916: oops, I must have missed our turn....
09 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1918: This is definitely not a drawn game... not with three players at least.
England will most likely be completely eliminated.
I think it may be a toss-up between France and Turkey for the solo victory. There is also a slight possibility of France and Turkey getting deadlocked at 17 to 17 and having to settle for a draw.
10 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1918: thanks for the vote of confidence Ye
14 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1919: I stand corrected. It looks like Dave just wants to end it and hand Sunmi the win. If that's the case, then it's definitely game over in 1920 with England keeping just Moscow and Warsaw.
16 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1920: I will hold your lands till the very end, Ye
16 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1920: Haha, I'm sure you will, Dave.
16 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1920: Good game, everyone! Twenty long, hard years of war. Well played by everyone, but I think France did well to gain the edge on everyone else, both tactically and diplomatically, and deserves the win.
17 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1920: Wow, how did you guys miss the deadline... don't you want to finish this game?

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France
yosunmi (140 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 35 D
18 supply-centers, 16 units
Turkey
mrspuhler (180 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
12 supply-centers, 13 units
England
dfreedman (219 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
4 supply-centers, 3 units
Russia
yebellz (729 D (G))
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Germany
floats (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Italy
AWesome832 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
ktrap (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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