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I convoyed a unit from Edinburgh to Norway. Russia moved an army from St Petersburg to Norway. The fleet in North Sea doing the convoying was unattacked. I thought and still think that this is a standoff, yet the computer moved the unit into Norway from St. Petersburg. Am I wrong? Can someone give me a reference indicating why? Thanks.
Im looking through GoonDip and played the practice 35 player WWIV map and wondered what the scope is to get 1 or 2 variants on here....probably alot of work, but im sure there are personalities here that would help :)
http://goondip.com/profile.php?userID=220 DCRS is his name on Goondip; I want to see if I can find this user (and other users by name) on this site. Check the only game he is in on goondip.com; he's the only player who hasn't entered moves. I fear he is from 4chan, and has forgotten all about it.
I would like to create a no-talk account. I would stop using this account (once the last game is over) and create an account where I would join normal games but would not participate in diplomacy. The point would be to see how well I do and find out wether it is the skill of diplomacy or the skill of knowing where to move without any talk that makes you win.
100 is the norm for an IQ. Over 120 and you are getting "purty smart". However, IQ tests aren't that reliable as the idea bhind the IQ ia how quickly you can learn, not what you know. Once you have taken a few of them, you recognize the patterns in the problems in advance and your score will rise not because you repidly learn the puzzle, but because you already know one like it from a previous test.