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Finished: 04 PM Sun 27 Feb 11 UTC
Surprise! You're dead!
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 140 D - Autumn, 1916, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Exoromans (236 D)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: yes totally against your own observations
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: not really, you still played like crap
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: wrong
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: dude Austrias stab on you changed the game
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: how are you going to blame any of that on me
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: Gosh your so fucking modest aren't you
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: wow somebody has some issues
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1912: I'm not blaming anything on you at all. My demise was my own doing. Your demise was your doing.
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: fun game, looks like russia and austria will try to take me down
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Oh come on Italy, please don't take the tone down. We're all having fun, even England!! :D
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: alright whatever, has nothing to do with 3 powers combining to kill me, got it
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: well you should have thought of that before stabbing me france ;)
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Yeh undeniably, but come on, If I started telling you all how well I'd played and how good some of my moves were someone would have to disagree, and if they didn't they ought to
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: my moves were good, you want to have a hissy fit, go ahead
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: ah ok, let's agree we all had some good and some bad moves? Does that work for us all? :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: i had no bad moves ;)
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Not really, I don't think anyone played any blinding moves
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: there are no good moves or bad moves, just bad and good places to place trust
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Heh heh Germany please, or we will have Italian spaghetti being spat at us for the next hour... :D
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: People are free to highlight exactly which moves they thought were so great though, even better post them on the forum. Sure you'll get loads of praise there. lol
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: there are plenty of good and bad moves, diplomacy is half the game, chess like maneuvers are the other half
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Right my fleet is out of here. Good game all.
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: later, go write to your diary
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: shit that was a bad move forgot about norwegian sea
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: now we all have good moves and bad moves
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: ciao italia!
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: good game everybody
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: Cheers austria, enjoy the pizza, good game england
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1913: we could have had a stalemate if you didnt betray me france
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1913: bad stab
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: later all i really gotta go
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: good game
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: thanks GER< good game indeed :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: and England :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: I think, Russia, we can speak openly now that's it's only three of us. France, do you really want to prolong the agony? You are fighting very well, but don't have enough navies, I think?
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: I understand NMRing to lose is a bad way to go but there will be no inglory on you if you decide to, as 24 SCs vs 9 doesn't look good for the best of players... :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: I know I can't win but I can try for a draw or at least a survive
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: (oops - on re-reading that I by no means wanted to intimate that you're not a good player!! Apologies...!)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: you can't try for a survive if Russia and I have declared we are going for a two-way draw.
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1914: well, you can, but.... :D
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1914: what I really dislike is when people are at the end of their rope and they big and try to reason mercy, it doesn't work like that . I can't pursuade you guys from a good win but I can make you work for it
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1914: that's definitely fair enough and I believe Russia will respect that sentiment as much as I do.... to battle!! :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1914: oh well done France!! :D
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1915: For the sake of good form: Russia, France is accusing you and me of being the same player... that's clearly not the case but I would like our name cleared...
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1915: NOT the same player. Seriously mate :/
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1916: i think, France, that's curtains for you, mon ami... :)
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1916: can I at least keep like one sc so I can say i survived?
26 Feb 11 UTC well well well.... :)
26 Feb 11 UTC what can I say - well played the three of us...
26 Feb 11 UTC France, you got to keep so much more than one SC - well played!

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Russia
Exoromans (236 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 77 D
19 supply-centers, 14 units
Austria
McChazza (134 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 56 D
13 supply-centers, 15 units
France
Svidettali (145 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 9 D
2 supply-centers, 5 units
England
Alex987 (174 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Italy
jwd_001 (340 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Turkey
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
SantaClausowitz (360 D)Germany (Spring, 1914) with 1 centres.
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