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Finished: 11 AM Fri 09 Dec 16 UTC
Let's have some fun-3
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Autumn, 2009, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Sum-of-Squares Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: that sentence doesn't even mean anything :P To what are you refering? ;)
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: learn the language before using it ;) makes it a lot easier to pick a fight
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: Reminds me of a friend who got in a trade of insults in a game with an opponent - he said "oh yeah, where did you grow up, in a refrigerator?" Made no sense, I think we laughed more at him and it actually defused the situation. All in good fun.
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: thanks britain.. do you prefer to speak or write in my language?
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: sorry thanks turkey ... not britain
26 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: honestly it's not so important ..... in this game
28 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 2006: ok. this game is finished.. great turkey... you have distroyed all the resistence against the predominion of britain and france.
Itay is sleeeping from years and you have done all the rest.
bye to all,
obviously britain and France will destroy me as soon as possible.I'm the only ine in this table who is playing against them...
28 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 2006: sorry for my Language mistakes turkey!!!, usually i do not speak english.
However your moves mistakes are worst and greater than mine.

If you have a great idea you can replay to me in italian!!!
Perhaps i can finally understand your great strategy.

bye to all and honour to the winner....
29 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Ukraine please stop playing this game. You are blaming everyone for your lack of insight. If you had done what we had agreed from the start then you wouldnt have been in this position.
29 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: and please, before you answer, put what i've said through google translate!
29 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: good luck turkey
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: I must say you are working together perfectly ;) almost like you know each other ;)
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Yeah - it's almost like we're using the country-to-country communications function to talk to each other and plan our moves. I wonder - could we actually be doing that?
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: I'm not talking about that ;) I'm talking about the faith Italy has that you wont betray him. You could solo the game if you move at the right time ;)
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: when i see italy fight turkey and turkey fight Ukraine....
and never attack britain and france.......
i think..... wow... what kind of game is this? A new game?
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: the suspect that britain and france are friend outside of this table is an old suspect.
.Not only mine. Other player time ago said same thing.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: The fact that the game is anonymous should suggest that we have no idea who the other guy is
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: If I attack France, I'd die. I literally have no option other than to trust France at this point.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: just so were clear, I am not saying you know each other ;) you're just playing very well together.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Well I'll take that as a compliment :)
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Britain and I decided to ally-up and go deep early in the game. That took some trust, but it's worked out. And we brought in Italy as a third since he's been pretty reliable and reasonable throughout this game. Having Italy as a third pretty much nullifies either Britain or me going for a solo. If either of us tries for that, the other one can just recruit Italy to stop it, and I'm sure Italy would oblige because he wouldn't want to lose. It's a good balance that should lead to a three-way draw. Sure Britain and I will do better than Italy in the final outcome as the bigger countries, but he'll do decently too. And as Italy said, betraying us will just get himself killed, so that's not an attractive option.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Yeah, that's another reason I feel comfortable trusting France. Britain would attack him to prevent a solo if France stabbed me. So a three-way draw sounds pretty good to me
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: Moderator: (peterwiggin): Just a reminder that it is against site rules to make cheating accusations in press.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: there is no need for all the explanations guys ;) I'm just commenting on a game well played.
30 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: 3 way draw sounds good?
30 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 2007: Sounds good to me :)
01 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 2007: 4-way draw sounds even better :P
01 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 2007: 3-way draw looking inevitable, but still have to get there.
05 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 2008: there should be a surrender button :P
06 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 2008: lol - I agree I've wanted the surrender button at times
07 Dec 16 UTC Good game all. Britain - you were an excellent ally from the start - haven't had a better cooperative effort in many games. Italy - nice cooperative play from you too - a worthy ally. Turkey - thanks for being a good sport.
07 Dec 16 UTC Thanks France, best alliance I have ever been a part of in all my games of diplomacy.
07 Dec 16 UTC turkey!!!!! please... a patetic draw.
07 Dec 16 UTC I don't mind voting Draw now to give Turkey a "survive" instead of a defeat, especially since he was a good sport. It won't affect the points. Up to Britain and Italy.
07 Dec 16 UTC Going to miss this game, had a lot of fun playing it
07 Dec 16 UTC Definitely a good one. Now with names revealed and good reputations associated with Juanbo, christobl, and Huin for me.
07 Dec 16 UTC Same goes to you slypups
07 Dec 16 UTC Yeah, good game guys
08 Dec 16 UTC Thanx for letting me survive ;) I also had fun playing it, exept for the losing part ofcourse :P hope to see you in a next game ;)

and England, nice triangle there ;)
08 Dec 16 UTC poor turkey .. happy to survive... great player
08 Dec 16 UTC but........ try to play where was the time?
08 Dec 16 UTC when was the time ...
sorry.. i know turkey pay more attention to this than the game
08 Dec 16 UTC turkey wrote to me these ... can someone try to translate it in an intelligent Language?
08 Dec 16 UTC "stop talking. you are from a country without an education and you do not posses the necessary skills to type English. Whatever you are trying to say in the global chat, nobody actually understands. Seriously. What are you trying to say? Go tell your parents that they fucked up ;) they should return you to the shop and get a model with a bit more brains.
08 Dec 16 UTC It is good to see however that those backwater countries will always remain part of a lesser species. And when that glorious day comes where you and your sister finally give birth to a beautiful dribbler, you can tell him with pride that you once tried to communicate in another language. We, from the educated parts of the world, hear you. And we aplaude you for your undying relentlessness in trying to speak our tung and failing at every step.
08 Dec 16 UTC Sure - I think it means that it's time to move on for you.
08 Dec 16 UTC Now I may not be ukraines biggest fan, but I don't think you can judge someone's intelligence based off their ability to speak a second language. I doubt any of us would sound very smart if we tried to have a conversation with us in Italian. And it's not like any of us made any effort to speak to Ukraine in his language, we all just expected him to speak ours. You're not a better person than someone else just because you speak English, we should all try and be a bit less ignorant.
08 Dec 16 UTC I agree with you there Britain. I've had some great alliances with people who's command of English was a bit weaker - I don't hold that against anyone. If anything, English-speaking natives tend to be a bit poor in their efforts to learn other languages and cultures. I have no idea what language is native for Ukraine, but I did take issue with what he said, more than how he said it or whether it was grammatically correct. Making uncalled for insults isn't good whether your grasp of English is good or poor.
08 Dec 16 UTC "who's" - look, even a native speaker screws up with the grammar - sigh.
09 Dec 16 UTC I also don't mind if someone isn't fluent at speaking English. I do mind the tidalwave of insults from Ukraine, both in global chat and the personal chat. And when you keep insulting me I will at some point return the favour, I'm biblical like that ;) or Islamic seeing as I'm Turkey ;)

Start Backward Open large map Forward End

slypups (1889 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 20 D
23 supply-centers, 23 units
Juanbo (291 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 18 D
22 supply-centers, 21 units
christobl (134 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 14 D
19 supply-centers, 18 units
Huín (403 D)
Drawn. Bet: 0 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Ricgraz (100 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
King Mischief (108 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Adlef (102 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
finnoconnor (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
arrakis (1260 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
MakTub (1675 D)Turkey (Spring, 2004) with 10 centres.
lkell (100 D)Ukraine (Autumn, 1996) with 7 centres.
18zhenjaso (50 D X)Russia (Spring, 1997) with 7 centres.
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