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Finished: 15 Nov 11 UTC
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2 days /phase (slow)
Pot: 2800 D - Autumn, 1920, Finished
Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
Game won by martinck1 (4464 D (S))
08 Sep 11 UTC Spring, 1910: I would have been happy to draw, but noooooo...
08 Sep 11 UTC Spring, 1910: LOL. Let's eliminate France first :P
21 Sep 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: I am opening the cards.

I've given an ultimatum to Russia and Turkey that they should vote draw, or I am giving this game to Germany, disbanding units for him, stopping Russia and Turkey from advancing by any cost.

Russia is at the best position to win. In fact, once he takes Sevastopol (which he will do now), he will be unstoppable. Thus, we only have two choices:
1. We all draw.
2. Russia will try to go for the win, while I give all my SCs to Germany.

I am dead serious, as my actions in the last year show. I am about to coordinate all my moves with Germany, disbanding Spain, MAO and EC - in this order, and maybe even convoying Germany army to former England.
21 Sep 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: That would be nice if we can arrange something. :) But it's perhaps a bit early to call it a draw.
21 Sep 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: I'm not going for the win. With a strong Germany, where could I possibly get another 8 centres. I don't understand France's strategy, but it has certainly shaken things up.

But then this game is not a draw yet, the front lines are far too fluid. This is what Diplomacy is all about. We've gone beyond the standard alliances and lines - this is where it gets fun.
21 Sep 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: A draw at this juncture would be deeply unsatisfying to me, and I prefer satisfaction to safety. So there you go.
12 Oct 11 UTC Spring, 1915: For those interested: http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=69823

PM any of the players for the password.
15 Oct 11 UTC Spring, 1916: Thank you for the game. I hope Russia wins, since nobody listened to my warnings. :)
16 Oct 11 UTC Spring, 1916: Me too. And for the same reasons...
31 Oct 11 UTC Autumn, 1918: Game over.
31 Oct 11 UTC Autumn, 1918: Good game, Russia.
03 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1919: RIP Italy.
03 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1919: GG Italy!
06 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1919: So, we drawing or what?
06 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1919: Heh, I think Russia will only draw when he knows he can't win.
14 Nov 11 UTC GG Russia.
14 Nov 11 UTC GG Russia indeed.
15 Nov 11 UTC Thanks everyone - certainly a game that had just about everything, with many twists and turns.
15 Nov 11 UTC GG Russia, a deserved win. If only... but congratulations. :)
16 Nov 11 UTC Congratulations RUS. Well played.

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martinck1 (4464 D (S))
Won. Bet: 400 D, won: 2800 D
19 supply-centers, 16 units
Philalethes (100 D (B))
Survived. Bet: 400 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Ursa (1310 D)
Survived. Bet: 400 D
7 supply-centers, 6 units
Maniac (344 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 400 D
Baskineli (10 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 400 D
Ivo_ivanov (7545 D)
Defeated. Bet: 400 D
(1922 D)
Defeated. Bet: 400 D
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