Finished: 10 AM Tue 10 Jan 12 UTC
Kim is dead, long live Kim
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Woodsjacker (0 D X)
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: just don't look at ally's just attack :)
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: Yes we are up against you ! BRIT TURK
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: well, when you say 'we', it's probably 'you' as I am passing away slowly with my beloved sausage and sauerkraut on a plate before me and a cold beer beside it....
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: well, you had a good chance to survive if you would have stayed within our pact, and now if you supported to berlin i could have supported you in kiel ;)
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: I m in! Against BRIT!
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: lol
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: Alas, Germany is not known for being very defensive, as one can see...
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: Well, I tried to pact with someone till the end but no one came forward! Italy came but stabbed!
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1905: Italy, do you mind pissing off back to your own lovely sunny country and leaving my well-dressed, well-organised, cabbage-eating troops in peace? Go off and play with the Turks! :)
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1906: You didn't answer me:(
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1906: Yes I m as you see! But austria please back off!
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1906: Germany...there are no Troops...thats plural.....its a singel one....
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1906: I have had so much good German beer that I am seeing hundreds of them.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: not abouth annything but we prob not going to come anny father, just draw?
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: Problem with the English is, they don't speak English too well. WE. MUST. SPEAK. SLOWLY. AND. LOUD.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: and Turkey? Hello? Don't want to draw?
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: I would prefer to be at peace in Istanbul than running arounf Galician fields any day.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: does that make any sence to draw if england doesnt ???
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: and....i dont SPEAK ENGLISH SO WELL:::PLEASE SPEAK LOUD AND SLOWLY TO ME
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: Well, if England doesn't vote, your vote (and no-one else's) doesn't make any difference, so pressing draw only signals your intention.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: Maybe we should all switch to German, would that be easier? :D
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: once Germany Italy and France are out let's talk about a draw
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: jawohl fuhrer
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: The English. Lazy drunks with nothing better to do than start wars. Look at all of us negotiating away like grown-ups, and then at that drunken guy in the cold north-west corner of the room, holding his warm beer...
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: das heist FÜHRER du Nase
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: Genau. Verdammt, niemand hier hat RESPEKT!
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: he wants me to die, because i had him on his knees but gave him the chance to ally up, but he wouldn't take, he wants to fight?
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: looks like I have passed to the great Oktoberfest in the sky. Gentlemen, it has been a pleasure.
And as for the English.....
....
....well played :D
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=77334
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: :)
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: only for people who know where the 'draw' button is located.
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: would be great to have another game which is such a chaos as this one :)
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: the French and Italians have disappeared, it seems...
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: the start time is a bit short, suggest you set up another one in 15 minutes.
also allows me to make a coffee ;)
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: ah, it's a 10 min game. That works.
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: well, then the game is done, but some people don't do this for fun, but for points.
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=77336
if it won't work ;)
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: well, draw now? italy is gone also ;)
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: yes indeed. No idea where this helps.
Do they go to parties and tell people how many points they have?
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1907: its how the game works / it's a past time
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: well, maybe now that france and italy are left we can draw?
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: it's a pastime? Collecting points, or beating other players? We all know you've won, well played, etc etc. We're just wondering why you have to waste six other players' time to prove what we already happily admit.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: russi u thing u earn a draw ???
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: yes, for playing along, you think you are a good player?
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: I think Austria that still live, earns a draw
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: no i dont think that.....im a average player...but u are worse
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: :) gentlemen, calm down please :)
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: you where just lucky :) Liessens is so confincing that i don't attack him...
09 Jan 12 UTC Spring, 1908: What's missing in the game software is the possibility for players to vote for someone to be the winner - that way those 'interesting' people who live for their stats can quickly get the points which matter more to them than the congratulations of other players.
09 Jan 12 UTC Autumn, 1908: apologies, I have to leave the other game and get back to reality.
Thanks to all for playing.
An original game - there are always lessons to be learned :)

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England
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 49 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
Austria
liessens (140 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 19 D
7 supply-centers, 5 units
Russia
DouweJanTW (0 D X)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 3 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Turkey
Patriot (0 D X)
Resigned. Bet: 10 D
8 supply-centers, 10 units
Germany
McChazza (134 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
France
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
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