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Hello, my name is egosselin79. I'm a noob. I'm looking for people to join my game so i can learn the game. This means you get an easy win cause I have no idea what to do, and I get to figure out how the hell this game works. So remember, if you want an easy win, join my game!
They never paused, even though I told them I was going out of town. None of THEM missed their build phases, and most of the people who refused to pause had room to benefit. I think this is... inappropriate.
I was thinking about looking for interest in a game where everyone who joins will have a win/draw rate of 50% and over. This game could be a WTA or PPSC and probably be about 100 point buy in or so) and 24 hours?. If you are 50% and over win/draw post here (if you want to play).
I just want to say, for the benefit of new players, that eventually you will get to play those huge point games. Also, they are just as great as you would expect them to be. The competition is rough and it takes every bit of skill to win.
The Bay Area Diplomacy association will be hosting a major (Grand Prix) tournament at the Hotel Tomo in the heart of San Francisco's Japantown. It is also the weekend of the Cheery Blossom Festival. For info go to www.BayAreaDiplomacy.org
Hey, its egosselin79 again. Just had to post another message cause in Want an easy won?! Part 1 I forgot to tell you the name of my game. The game is called EVAN!!!!! and is located at the end of the list of joinable games. Thank you.