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Finished: 09 PM Mon 05 Jun 17 UTC
Live Gunboat-570
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 210 D - Autumn, 1915, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Sum-of-Squares Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
05 Jun 17 UTC Gg
05 Jun 17 UTC well done
05 Jun 17 UTC france was a little nervous :D
05 Jun 17 UTC Good game all! Turkey, way to recover from Russia's stab. England, thanks for working together to the end.
05 Jun 17 UTC this game could be called "the rise and fall of russia"... he had 10 SCs at one point
05 Jun 17 UTC You definitely had me worried there. Thanks for sticking with me.
05 Jun 17 UTC welp, I got greedy, taking ankara and Turkey spanked me hard. I was hoping that by building only armies up north that Zmaj would get the hint and go after France but he was fixated on Scandinavia. Turkey could have taken Munich. Not sure a draw was in order here.
05 Jun 17 UTC As is often the case, that bit of greed was his eventual downfall
05 Jun 17 UTC I think Munich was secure at this point. I had Ruhr and Kiel to support it. My three against Turkey's three.
05 Jun 17 UTC How could I have taken Munich?
05 Jun 17 UTC It didn't help that Italy went after me in Budapest/Vienna. I would have loved him to go after Turkey instead.
05 Jun 17 UTC Once it was clear that England was supporting Berlin and France was in Ruhr my changes were nil
05 Jun 17 UTC y'all are right about Munich, sry
05 Jun 17 UTC I could have done the lame things some guys do and just keep trying in the hope that someone botches a move or NMR's but, well ... that's lame! It was a quality game.
05 Jun 17 UTC at first i wanted ankara only for the build elsewhere and then to destroy the black sea fleet. I even vacated ankara but when turkey didn't immediately take it back, that's when the greed set in.
05 Jun 17 UTC damn, i didn't notice it was SoS... i hate that setting
05 Jun 17 UTC Zmaj, why did you stick with France? I gave you every opportunity to use your fleets elsewhere?
05 Jun 17 UTC russia, i trusted you at first. but you took norway when the first opportunity presented itself. i decided you're not someone to be trusted and i was right
05 Jun 17 UTC England and I had a testy beginning, but our repeated army builds established that we weren't trying to attack each other. At least that was my interpretation of our early builds.
05 Jun 17 UTC that was the same move I got greedy with Turkey. It looked like I could do no wrong at that point. Turns out, it sealed my fate.
05 Jun 17 UTC france, in autumn 1911, i was greatly tempted to build a london fleet. if i had noticed it was an SoS, i would have done it... and maybe we'd both lose to turkey
05 Jun 17 UTC I was actually willing to let the Ankara move go ... and when you moved away I was pleased but then I was decidedly unpleased when you blocked me from getting it back.
05 Jun 17 UTC lol hauta you pissed off the most cooperative gunboat player in history
05 Jun 17 UTC i mean MM is so accommodating it's ridiculous
05 Jun 17 UTC Yep
05 Jun 17 UTC How about inspiring versus ridiculous?
05 Jun 17 UTC you always inspire me to backstab you
05 Jun 17 UTC That's cuz you're ruled by your greed!

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Turkey
MichiganMan (5176 D)
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 127 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
France
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 60 D
11 supply-centers, 10 units
England
Zmaj (215 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 25 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
Italy
The Czech (42223 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Germany
KrazyKockle (229 D)
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Austria
Gishsteele (231 D)
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Russia
Hauta (1618 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Civil Disorders
KrazyKockle (229 D)Germany (Spring, 1908) with 2 centres.
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