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Finished: 11 PM Mon 27 Jun 11 UTC
I need not you, Hulk Hogan
1 day /phase
Pot: 245 D - Autumn, 1913, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by himethisisme (839 D)
17 May 11 UTC Spring, 1901: yes me too!
19 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: Not sure I've ever played a game in which no one quit in the first two turns! This will be fun! GL fellow euroskeptics!
25 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: ... and the French armies are vanquished by the 3-on-1 attack! Not very Napoleonic, I must say. Rather sad...
30 May 11 UTC Spring, 1905: Wow is all I have to say about this game, and the people playing it
30 May 11 UTC Spring, 1905: complete bullsh* russia. Can't believe you'd pull that after I didn't retreat to your home center and helped you in moscow. Takes a lot of nerve. gdiaf.
01 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: So... I'm not the only one worried about England, right?
01 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: Crap, I appear to have missed a turn. Glad I could do my part to make this game a little more bizarre!
01 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: yes, that was pretty wacky, you and Austria both taking the day off. We tried to stop the world for you, but Trieste was a slip-up
03 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Good game all. Evidence on display of how honest a bargainer England is. I trust you will all be more wary than I, the trusting sop.
03 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Don't be so hard on yourself, France - you did agree to lose, in some respect.
04 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Guess we'll just have to disagree on what was expected. I thought I was hiring mercenaries to forge ahead of me, staying alive by taking territory: "In fact.... I've been interviewing potential mercenaries. The Irish aren't very trustworthy, the Creatians are....cretins..." And I thought France agreed to that:
04 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1906: "Hey- I've got nothing to lose. I'm game."

And then when Spain didn't want to leave, I realized we were on different pages.
Oh well.
04 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Stop making excuses. Buck up and say you stabbed for nothing other than pure convenience. Hey, people do it all the time. But all the explaining makes you sound defensive.
04 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Everyone's justifications have a clear motivation in that this is Diplomacy, after all. Posturing is how you win.
05 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Too bad Russia is now stalling the game ... I'm looking forward to retiring to my villa in Piedmont.
06 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Yeah, France, thanks for sticking around even though the game didn't go well for you in the early stages. That's good sportsmanship and the rest of us appreciate it a lot. Hopefully your next game will get off to a better start.
08 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: now what the hell am I doing out here in MAO?
08 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: You're going to be part of an epic convoy in which Germany orders Tyr S A(Bel) --> Pie.
13 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: ive been betrayed! who will save poor italy??
13 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: I'll do my best.
14 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Me too! Ill do whatever i can to save you!
14 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: The tourists are never happy. He was thrilled when the Red Hat society threw the parade in Liverpool welcoming the Italian fleet, but now...
14 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: I thought the cultural exchange program was working so well!
14 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: If you let me have my government-in-exile in liverpool I'll promise to bring delicious upgrades to your diet of bangers and mash. Also I could use the few "diplopoints" for survival!
14 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Aesthetically more appealing too- the touch of green really breaks up the blob of pink. And appropriate color for the Emerald Isle.
15 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Italy, if you want England to agree to that, you must agree to disband your unit in Liverpool. Surely you can't expect him to be alright with you sitting on his home SC, but Naples or Greece or somesuch? Maybe.
15 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1910: Germany, what are you doing publicly defending England? If you don't attack him now, but rather gang up on me so you can draw, then this is going to be the lamest game since, well, the last game I played.
15 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1910: Why is it that people playing PPSC insist that everyone must behave like they are playing WTA? :)
15 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1910: I have 7 supply centers, so I am playing to survive, but in order to facilitate that I think you should both play to win...
15 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1910: Lol, I'm sure you do feel that way. A small swing of three SC's your way and it would suddenly become a three way draw instead of a two way!
18 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: ... and tragedy strikes at liverpool!
18 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: We told the troops to stand their ground, but once those Liverpoolian women were enraged, the troops fled. And the rest, as they say, is history....
18 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: I think it's Liverpudlian.
Which is a great nickname.
25 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Well done, Germany. It seems like both of you decided the alliance was over at the same time, to England's detriment.
25 Jun 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: Not quite: Germany told me to stay in Greece, promised not to move to Constan, and suggested I convoy Wales to Belgium (munich and NS designed to break the supports), hence ending up with 18 on a stab.

I may have been born at night, but I wasn't born LAST night :)
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: England and I had agreed to let him take Belgium and I'd move into Constantinople, so we'd both have 16. Well actually he wanted Holland initially, but I pointed out he could surround Belgium at that point. Looks like that should be what puts me over the edge, I think.
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: Actually, this was very well-played by England. If it weren't for Turkey keeping his fleets alive this long, England would have had the upperhand down south.
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: there an agreement with Turkey that he will get a survive in exchange for having let Germany into Turkey (not retreating Bulgaria to Constan, and leaving his centers open?
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: Good question.
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: But I see he has a "Left" next to his name, so I think he just bailed once he knew he was out.
26 Jun 11 UTC Spring, 1913: Doesn't that count as "Resigned" in the stats?
26 Jun 11 UTC it is a shame that Turkey didn't stick around for one more year. Trieste will fall this turn, anyhow, when the supports are knocked out from underneath it, the English fleets will deploy, and we would have had a real barn burner.
26 Jun 11 UTC We'd even get enter Germany, and strip Greece the following year. sigh*
26 Jun 11 UTC Throw down, man, let's see it and get this game done with. :)
26 Jun 11 UTC If only one of you had retained your loyal French ally...
26 Jun 11 UTC Actually I agree, seeing as how you're sticking around to the end of the game, I can only imagine you'd be one to stick to a game-long alliance.
26 Jun 11 UTC (unlike certain brown colors that we all know) :)
26 Jun 11 UTC Dont' you hate it when you sucker a player into the Tyrolia move...and then forget to use Ionian to cut Albania. OMG. Good game, all.
27 Jun 11 UTC Good game, all. You two were fun to watch dismantle the board. And I love to see a last-second stab to go for the solo. That's balls. Germany - you should extend Turkey deepest thanks for leaving the game in the last year as well - that was key.
27 Jun 11 UTC Well, that's what made me decide to go for it, really. Also even if I lost Trieste, I'd still get the 18. :) Good game, England especially.

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himethisisme (839 D)
Won. Bet: 35 D, won: 134 D
19 supply-centers, 14 units
Indybroughton (3407 D (G))
Survived. Bet: 35 D, won: 112 D
15 supply-centers, 14 units
zqzq (162 D)
Resigned. Bet: 35 D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
mscott (384 D (G))
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Lowell (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
truthslayer (108 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
SirOlf (401 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Civil Disorders
truthslayer (108 D)Austria (Spring, 1906) with 3 centres.
zqzq (162 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1912) with 2 centres.
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