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Finished: 01 PM Mon 06 May 13 UTC
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5 minutes /phase
Pot: 175 D - Autumn, 1912, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
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05 May 13 UTC Spring, 1901: Sorry have net troubles, will solve it, thank you
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: So let me get this straight: the french is fighting the Austrian-Turk alliance, and the Russian is just at war with everyone?
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Sorry but I am defending against everyone.
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: I have solved my web problems , I am here constant.
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: excellent!
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Fine!
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: What the support or to be here?
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1908: 4 way draw?
05 May 13 UTC Autumn, 1908: fair.
05 May 13 UTC Spring, 1912: draw?
05 May 13 UTC gg
05 May 13 UTC gg
05 May 13 UTC I started freaking out, because I couldn't make orders ... and then I realized what was happening!

gg
05 May 13 UTC gameID=117008
05 May 13 UTC Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with the way this turned out. I had some language barrier/trust issues with Russia at the beginning, but I guess we worked them out - more as a result of German play and positioning than anything else.

I'm always surprised when Italy attacks from the get-go ... especially after suggesting peace. Invariably, France attacks and he loses. That bottleneck between Venice and Switzerland slows him way down.

I'm very impressed at the way France either (a) recovered from an early NMR or (b) replaced the first French. Of course, he was helped immensely when England and Germany both only got one build between the two of them.
05 May 13 UTC Oh, and Turkey ... once we figured out how the game was going (France and Russia dominating), we really only had once choice ... and we worked together very, very well. I'll be looking for Strauss in the future, I'll tell you what!