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Finished: 01 AM Sat 22 Jun 13 UTC
Marshal Zhukov's EUROPEAN WAR
1 days, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 707 D - Autumn, 1913, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Your words do not fall on deaf ears, O Sultan of the Sublime Port.
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Ok so the plan is off then? I better re do all my orders.
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Ok for clarity, I'm no longer holding all units, but attacking instead; as Germany has declined my offer.
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: It's good to know that for certain.
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: So France, you are offering Turkey a three-way as well, but telling Italy to attack Turkey. I guess my instincts not to trust you were right after all. I've pointed out to Italy and Turkey that to win a solo, you only need one more center after you take Sweden, Berlin, and Munich, and that the only way to stop you is to line up immediately on the stalemate line, so I'm hoping they will both see the light and do that with me!
08 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I offered you 3 way & you refused, so exploring other options. I dont want 4 way.
09 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I didn't refuse three way--I refused to sit still and trust you to stop trying for a solo win.
09 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I didn't refuse three way--I refused to sit still and trust you to stop trying for a stalemate line.
09 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1910: ok, that's that, then, gg
09 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Ok this way will work also. I was genuine before though.
09 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Sorry Turkey.
09 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: no problem
09 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Italy, I think you played it smart--Setting up for a stalemate line even as you started moving on Turkey. Turkey, sorry, I wasn't sure what Italy was going to do--He didn't divulge that he was moving to Constantinople.
09 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: France, I thought you were genuine, but I couldn't be sure.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: So Italy shows his hand... Nice try but don't think it will work.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: oh, I think it actually might. I'll keep watching this from my cloud.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: We can still draw though. :-D
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: Well, I have to give it a go!
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: The tricky thing is, Italy, that one little miscalculation on your part could give France the game.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: Perhaps ;) Though it is going to be much more difficult now for France to win the game.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: The Med is locked...if France or I try to get an upper hand there, we risk losing our placements. Central Europe is more or less locked....again, if either of us try to move against each other, we risk losing our defensive lines.

Russia is where this game is going to end ;)
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: I think Berlin will be hard to hold long term as you can't get any fleets in the north. But yes Russia is the new frontier!
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: Yeah, I'm not really looking for this to be a long term thing :)
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: Hail Turkey. May you live again!
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: Good game, Turkey.
15 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1911: PS - this round is a legit 3 builds.
16 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1912: ("Braggart"). Oh, excuse me, I must have burped!
17 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: Is this gonna be the last round??
17 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: Yeah, if we all vote draw now!!! :-DDD
17 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: i love long convoys.
17 Jun 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: I love draws. :-)
18 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: I would have done 3 way a long time ago, but Germany didn't trust me enough. Having come this far I may as well 2 way.
18 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Sorry Germany
18 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: But got to think of my ghost rankings... I need a good result!
18 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: I see how it is.
18 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: *sigh*
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Fuck it France...Germany has played well, and you got incredibly lucky this game with the English CD. I'm forcing a draw...I'm not attacking Germany.
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: MOS will support LIV, and I'm plugging in BOH. Game over.
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Thank you thank you. :-)
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Odd message - in private chat you said it was upto me if I wanted the 2 way. Now you are anti?
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Anyway, lets see how this turn goes. If it stalemates then of course draw. Not a bad result all round, no hard feelings Germany just playing the game.
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Ahem. I think that's my line, the "no hard feelings" part anyway. Of course *you* don't have any hard feelings! lol
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: I've had a change of heart.
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: Fair enough. See if you can stop the solo first :)
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: your solo?
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: hah hah, we will see.... you certainly tried for as long as you could :)
19 Jun 13 UTC Spring, 1913: I'm being lobbied by both sides....
20 Jun 13 UTC Well played Germany
20 Jun 13 UTC I owe my life to Italian mercy. :-)
20 Jun 13 UTC Yes you do! Good game all!

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France
KingJohnII (1667 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Italy
guy~~ (3779 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
15 supply-centers, 15 units
Germany
Mujus (1495 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 101 D, won: 236 D
2 supply-centers, 2 units
England
Qwit (110 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Austria
Argento (5723 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Turkey
Wernazuma (589 D)
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Russia
The Czech (39937 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 101 D
Civil Disorders
Qwit (110 D)England (Autumn, 1906) with 0 centres.
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