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Finished: 06 PM Sat 06 Feb 16 UTC
Private ... to subdue the enemy without fighting.
1 days, 12 hours /phase (slow)
Pot: 525 D - Spring, 1914, Finished
Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
Game drawn
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: Is that the same impression that made you mess up your relations with Italy, Russia and Turkey 01?
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: Wow, did I hit a nerve? Didn't mean to, it's just a game.

Yes, I'm certainly no Diplomacy expert, as you correctly point out, I am dead :)
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: I meant not submitting orders untill the last 20 seconds of the phase england, making us think you'd nmr so we might change our orders to be less defensive
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: nothing regarding any communication
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: Haha.. no I was just busy at work :) Nice trick though, I should do that some time!
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: @Austria no nerves were hit, just a small counter punch for you suggesting that France and Turkey should enslave my people and ransack my lands. Thats all.
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: It wasn't a punch. It was just my read of the board, as a game.

I hope for you personally that they don't attack you and that you've had such a fun time playing and chatting with them that you'll send each other Christmas cards from now on :)
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: Haha.. well I only send Christmas cards to a very select few.. but who knows! The board is a three-way if I ever saw one ;) 12-12-10
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: Well, you have some loose openings that the Turks and French might want to exploit.
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: If you pardon the expression.
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: I have one big opening for them to exploit (pardon the expression): Warsaw. It doesn't change much imo.
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: We should stop talking about big and loose openings, we're probably distracting Bill Clinton somewhere.
02 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1913: And he is supposed to focus elsewhere for once. You're right, I'll stop.
04 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1913: Feel free to vote that draw in now france.
05 Feb 16 UTC Well played guys and thanks for the game! There were points that I really thought someone would solo, but in the end we always corrected each other just in time ;) I guess this game is another good example of how hard it is to get over the stalemate line if you're Turkey.
05 Feb 16 UTC Yeah I guess i was a little too paranoid about you crossing the point of no return while I was proposing the 2w draw and handed you moscow.
05 Feb 16 UTC I still think stabbing you at that point was the optimal play though, especially since I knew you were attacking france as well and he might not take too kindly to that.
05 Feb 16 UTC Also getting over the stalemate line isnt really the problem...keeping those centers long enough to actually solo on the other hand.
05 Feb 16 UTC As you see, I had little trouble being on the other side of the stalemate line. Getting in position to solo, on the other hand...

It wasn't a noteworthy game by me. When I had the chance, I tried, but soloing became impossible. In spite of that, I greatly enjoyed the game!
05 Feb 16 UTC Yeah the two of you had me worried there for a while with the way you were pushing me back
England
MrcsAurelius (3051 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 75 D, won: 175 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Turkey
Vecna (934 D)
Drawn. Bet: 75 D, won: 175 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
France
Drawn. Bet: 75 D, won: 175 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
Italy
Deinodon (305 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 75 D
Germany
Yoyoyozo (187 D)
Defeated. Bet: 75 D
Austria
wjessop (100 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 75 D
Russia
Marz (505 D)
Defeated. Bet: 75 D
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