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Finished: 06 AM Sat 29 Sep 18 UTC
Classic-202
1 days, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 700 D - Spring, 1909, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
20 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1901: wasnt expecting the game to start this quickly, so please excuse the delayed responses.
23 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: The German tourist office would just like to apologize to all tourists of various nationalities that England has invited to holiday in Germany. Unfortunately England has determined to BREXIT itself and we are no longer taking English tour groups or honoring English issued passports. If anyone would like alternative European holiday suggestions, the German tourist office would be happy to make recommendations. Danke schon
23 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: PS - The German tourist office also reminds those holding tickets on North Sea cruises that they are subject to cancellation for poor weather or outbreak of war. If such events occur, we will use our best endeavours to provide alternative holidays destinations for our valued passengers. Danke schon
24 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1902: It is not BRexit. It is DEfeat.
27 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1903: FRail.
27 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1903: Pussya.
27 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1903: Today a democratic vote has been conducted in England concerning a long open question to which great empire to join. Selecting between an enemy, a traitor, or a pussy, the people of England unanimously has chosen our worthy opponent Germany. An effort will be made to open a passage to the friendly German troops and protect the territory from treacherous France. And nobody really cares that the pussy's gonna do.
27 Aug 18 UTC Spring, 1903: A German control over all English territories is to be expected.
30 Aug 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Guys, Diplomacy is about diplomacy, not stuffing your border with troops and banging against each other.
01 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1904: Says the guy with 2 SC. ;-)
01 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1904: I'm just waiting my 100% reliability rating to play real Diplomacy with decent players, not irrationals retards and multiaccount scum.
01 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: And there's the charming diplomat we know and love
01 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: Modern politics aside, diplomacy doesn’t consist of insulting potential allies.
03 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: Go France! Italy is my enemy now.
03 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1904: Because retardation is much worse than treachery.
04 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1905: You’d have to put in an effort to call someone your enemy.
04 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1905: It looks to me like Italy is not your only enemy.
05 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Or he being Italy’s only enemy.
05 Sep 18 UTC Spring, 1905: Or she
08 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1905: Good game, Germany! I should have positioned myself better to not be so exposed and paid closer attention when England gave you all his units.
09 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1905: Aaw someone took over for England? I was hoping to find out who they were. Anyone know if we still can at the end of the game?
09 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1905: So much for that person getting their reliability rating back up to 100% :)
15 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1906: Haha, everyone take a step to your left?
25 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: Good game Austria and Russia - valiant hanging in by both of you!
25 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: So... draw time?
25 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: You are hopeful my green friend! How about we see what our blue friend disbands. To be honest I think it is pretty 50:50 still.
25 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: And the Turk hasn't voted draw yet either - obviously planning to hold out for his own solo attempt :)
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: I’ll vote to draw if Germany does.
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: Looks like we are definitely playing on then with the Turk wanting to keep their own solo chances alive :)
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: I wouldn’t want a solo attempt to go unpunished, and would be happy to share a 3-way.
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: I'm pretty sure that is what everyone who is about to push for a solo says. The French and Italians are not idiots, I'm confident they would not be crazy enough to side with you to the bitter end given Turkey's corner position.
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: Germany’s worried and is trying to split the coalition by creating uncertainty and casting aspersions.
26 Sep 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: Oh I appreciate there is no splitting until I cease to be a solo threat (turning a blind eye to solo ambitions held by either of Germany or Turkey is just as illogical) - I just think that in about a year's time I will either have won or ceased to be a threat and if I have ceased to be a threat that is because you are on your way to control of the Balkans/Austria/Southern Russia. Anyway, I'll see the disbands and then make an assessment - not an aspersion to tell the truth about the Turk.
27 Sep 18 UTC Well - I have looked at the board and think that is well played to the 3 of you. I'm disappointed I guessed wrong on which Italian centre to go for and how Rum/Ser would move last phase - but you put me in a position where I had to guess, so credit goes to the stout defence. I think it is going to take me at least 2 years maybe longer (maybe not at all) to take another French build and by that time I think the front line against Italy/Turkey won't be holding perfectly. I play for the win first, draw if a win can't be achieved - and am not too worried about the points - so I'm good to vote draw and say good game everyone - I enjoyed the challenge of playing with you and learned some new lessons! Of course, happy to keep slugging it out if the Turk wants to...
27 Sep 18 UTC Very gracious of you to put up the draw my friend!
27 Sep 18 UTC Hindsight is 20-20, but I should have stabbed earlier, and saw the stab through harder when I did stab. Well played
27 Sep 18 UTC Either way was a lot of fun working with you
27 Sep 18 UTC Good game everyone! Thanks to France and Italy for sticking together, and to Germany for being a gracious opponent.
27 Sep 18 UTC Good game all :)
27 Sep 18 UTC Agreed, thanks for the run.

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Germany
Napoleon of Oz (2164 D)
Drawn. Bet: 100 D, won: 175 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Turkey
Treebeard (13 D)
Drawn. Bet: 100 D, won: 175 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
France
Maximus c23 (1151 D)
Drawn. Bet: 100 D, won: 175 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Italy
Hapapop (711 D)
Drawn. Bet: 100 D, won: 175 D
4 supply-centers, 4 units
England
wolf21 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Austria
DiploMatt (174 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Russia
mmcconkie (113 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Civil Disorders
macm10 (100 D)England (Autumn, 1905) with 0 centres.
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