Finished: 12 AM Thu 07 Dec 17 UTC
1 day /phase
Pot: 350 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
05 Dec 17 UTC nice game all. timely moves set, no civil unrest.
06 Dec 17 UTC France, I didnt understand why you came after me It was technically you who unleashed the Turkish beast

GG all
06 Dec 17 UTC - why would I not. Could not win myself, might aswell fasten the draw.
06 Dec 17 UTC but when you made that move, Turkey was not really moving forward I was the one blocking him

I just didnt understand the move at that point
06 Dec 17 UTC I knew I wouldn't make progress vs England. Therefore I could not win. At that point I had to decide, how to be part of a draw.

I hadn't expected that Turkey would go on the draw now thou. I thought he'd wait till he had tried removing you and Russia.
06 Dec 17 UTC if he removed me and russia, he would win. Thats why I was confused you came at me, you almost gave him the win
06 Dec 17 UTC Of course England had take St. P. so no, he wouldn't have won - might even have been able to take back vital Munich and press on. He stood strong now, yes, but you never can know how he would stand when you were gone - and neither could I when I decide to attack you. I could have moved on England, but he would have been able to fend me off a long time, and by that Germany would have gained instead. Far easier to stop Turkey in GB then Germany IMO.
06 Dec 17 UTC He had 14 I had 2 left, moscow and warsaw is 18 Yes, he would have won He already had munich, and was one turn away from securing it

He was past the stalemate line (munich) I still had viable forces in Austria when yu stabbed me, forcing me to make a navy build, instead of the army build i needed in Venice.

but anyways, GG

The Austrian player was HORRIBLE, which made this a mess from the start.
06 Dec 17 UTC Whether or not he would keep Munich would depend onw what me and England did. And England had time to move fleets down to help. No matter how you tell it, he had not won yet - no a drawline wasn't secure, but it never is until it is made. Right now, he actually didn't stand to move into you, nor the next couple of turns. He'd loose a unit and I would gain a army. I'd also - unless you did something foolish - gain Tyrr. By having that, me and England still had a couple of years to retake Munich - which - again - ain't secure.
If England, fx, thought I'd go for it with Ruhr, we'd have it right away this year.
06 Dec 17 UTC I didn't see a win. Knocking Italy and / or Russia out would require a concentration of forces that would leave me open elsewhere. Only if France and England were squabbling.
06 Dec 17 UTC I washed re concerned with a French English coop.
06 Dec 17 UTC I was more...
06 Dec 17 UTC I walked in after Austria's CD in 04, and just didn't have anything to work with. Nevertheless, good game, all!

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Middelfart (1196 D)
Drawn. Bet: 50 D, won: 70 D
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