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Finished: 08 PM Fri 12 Apr 19 UTC
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1911, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
12 Apr 19 UTC Turkey, you played such a dense opening I question your ability to read a game
12 Apr 19 UTC GG everyone
12 Apr 19 UTC Austria, you fought hard for what you got
12 Apr 19 UTC Germany good teamwork
12 Apr 19 UTC ggs
Turkey really screwed the pooch for everyone.
12 Apr 19 UTC I'm honestly surprised I was able to outmaneuver Italy in his home centers
12 Apr 19 UTC mhmm, also Russia we could of taken galicia
12 Apr 19 UTC Turkey practically forced everyone to abandon what they were doing to stop Austria, I swore he wanted Austria to win
12 Apr 19 UTC and yea italy we could of also taken venice
12 Apr 19 UTC It was silly working with Germany. You could tell we were thinking the same thing but we managed to guess each other's moves wrong for several years in a row lol. Quite fun though!
12 Apr 19 UTC RIGHT @russia
12 Apr 19 UTC lol yea
12 Apr 19 UTC Italy was outguessed for a lil bit and it made me nervous that we might not pull off the draw or a sec
12 Apr 19 UTC Also, im such a pleb, I wanted to build a fleet in kiel, so I could take the north sea, England had no business living for that long
12 Apr 19 UTC I think the only reason I did well was because Italy didn't want my head in the first few turns and Turkey made some questionable moves
12 Apr 19 UTC Austria, I made a couple of rough guesses that didn't work out. We were in a situation where we each had 2-3 reasonable plays to make, but mine had no upside beyond status quo and yours had upside of gaining centers. I had to make perfect guesses on several turns to avoid getting beat and failed to do so.
12 Apr 19 UTC England had NO business living that long
12 Apr 19 UTC I noticed Austria was getting too big, so I moved to Bohemia, but Austria then came back after me xD, so I had to retreat and return after France finally relented
12 Apr 19 UTC I'm not sure why Germany moved to Bohemia though
12 Apr 19 UTC Also Italy, idk how long, but for a long long time I support moved to Tyrolia
12 Apr 19 UTC Oh I see, I had all the intention to move forward with you Germany and draw it out with maybe one other power
12 Apr 19 UTC Why not? I was just trying to help out Russia
12 Apr 19 UTC I should have just blocked Venice. I hedged really badly the year you took Venice. I think I could have done a lot better if I hadn't given that up, that was a straight mistake. After that I just got outguessed.
But we were never going to lose the draw no worries there ;)
12 Apr 19 UTC Oh, yea I was trying to destroy you
12 Apr 19 UTC When Russia moved to Norweigian sea I was about to FREAK OUT
12 Apr 19 UTC Germany, I saw that move, but you have to understand that I cannot vacate Piedmont in that situation. All those turns I was also supporting YOU to Tyrolia... which puts another army on Venice and doesn't risk an opening for Austria to enter Piedmont later. You needed to move into Tyrolia.
12 Apr 19 UTC If Italy would have kept his home centers we might have actually been able to finesse the GIR alliance if we wanted to play that long
12 Apr 19 UTC I moved there to cut around to English Channel and help you finish England, you were taking so long lol
12 Apr 19 UTC hmm, yea your right italy, I guess I should of just gone to tyrolia at that point, I am always deathly afraid people will mis interpret my moves
12 Apr 19 UTC Yeah not to take anything away from Austria's awesome performance, but if I just block Venice that one turn I think we roll up a G/I/R pretty easily. Just depends on whether Germany would get antsy and try to go for the solo. But I blew it not protecting Venice and then got outguessed and went to the draw plan of holding Iberia/Marseilles/something obnoxious to root out.
12 Apr 19 UTC Yeah I thought Italy was about to stab me with that fleet move to Ionian as I was finishing Turkey off, so I decided to not take any chances
12 Apr 19 UTC I was worried that you might take that move that way. I was just trying to make sure you didn't decide that you were done with Turkey and that it was time to go west... but then I hedged and didn't guard Venice. I don't know whether you went for it as an opportunistic play or if you were just trying to block me out of Venice but it sure worked out for you :p
12 Apr 19 UTC i moved to bohemia, and should of moved to tyrolia, but italy might of thought it was me going against him, then austria moved to tyrolia, and i hoped austria took venice, for italy to wake up and notice austria was a problem
12 Apr 19 UTC you should have definitely gone for Austria much earlier, with those ships of yours
12 Apr 19 UTC All I know is Turkey had me convinced that they might've been meta-gaming
12 Apr 19 UTC naw, he's a top 4% player
12 Apr 19 UTC I think he just hated you so much for whatever reason, and just wanted Austria to win at one point
12 Apr 19 UTC Dude decided in Spring 1901 I was to be fought no matter the circumstance
12 Apr 19 UTC basically lol
12 Apr 19 UTC If I could of built a fleet in kiel(which i intended too) instead of an army, you could of taken norway much sooner
12 Apr 19 UTC I knew Austria was a problem, and any possible doubt was removed the moment Turkey decided that taking Sevastopol was more important than keeping Constantinople. But I needed to finish what I had started against France before turning around. I had it all lined up fine but made a bad decision not to block Venice. Trust me, had I not botched that my builds were army Ven + something in Nap with an eye toward evicting him from Turkey and Greece. But losing Venice and not getting 2 builds really hurt me.

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