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Finished: 10 AM Fri 21 Aug 09 UTC
spyman
3 days /phase
Pot: 272 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by spyman (424 D (G))
13 Jul 09 UTC Spring, 1901: Welcome to the game everyone. I swear I didn't mean to name this game after mself. I hope you all won't hold that against me. Have a good game.
13 Jul 09 UTC Spring, 1901: Thats cool.
25 Jul 09 UTC Spring, 1902: Two NMRs. That's a shame. France had finalized too - wonder why no orders?
18 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1904: Sorry everyone for missing that turn. I have been a bit busy. Silly I put my moves in for my other game but some how I overlooked this one.
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Another possible move or you would Pie-Tuscany and Marseilles to Spain.
Yes you could lose Venice for one turn but you will bring more units into play.
This would be best accompanied by F Nap-Apu. Thus if you had to retreat Venice - it could move to Rome. Then you would have units in Pie, Tuscany, Apu and Tuscany, which would be enough to take back Venice - which, remember you might lose in Autumn if Austria puts an army in Tyrolia.
I am going to log back on about 10 minutes before the end of phase on the off chance that you will have looked again before then.
Of course do what you think is right - its just a game and whatever will be will be :)
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06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: 22 Rules to Help Ton Resolve Orders
Following is a handy list of rules needed to resolve orders and game play issues. If you are unable to resolve an issue using this listing, refer to the instructions and examples within this booklet for more detailed explanations.

1. All units have the same strength.
2. There can only be one unit in a province at a time,
3. Equal strength units trying to occupy the same
province cause all those units to remain in their
original provinces.
4. A standoff does not dislodge a unit already in the
province where the standoff took place.
5. One unit not moving can stop a series of other units
from moving.
6. Units cannot trade places without the use of a convoy.
7. Three or more units can rotate provinces during a turn
provided none directly trade places.
8. A unit not ordered to move can be supported by
a support order that only mentions its province.
9. A unit ordered to move can only be supported by
a support order that matches the move the unit
is trying to make.

10. A dislodged unit can still cause a standoff in a province
different from the one that dislodged it.
11. A dislodged unit, even with support, has no effect on
the province that dislodged it.
12. A country cannot dislodge or support the dislodgment
of one of its own units, even if that dislodgment
is unexpected.


13. Support is cut if the unit giving support is attacked
from any province except the one where support is
being given.
14. Support is cut if the supporting unit is dislodged.
15. A unit being dislodged by one province can still cut
support in another.
16. An attack by a country on one of its own units does not
cut support.
17. A dislodgment of a Fleet necessary to a convoy causes
that convoy to fail.
18. A convoy that causes the convoyed Army to standoff
at its destination results in that Army remaining
in its original province.
19. Two units can exchange places if either or both are
convoyed. (This is the exception to Rule 6.)
20. An Army convoyed using alternate convoy orders
reaches its destination as long as at least one convoy
route remains open.
21. A convoyed Army does not cut the support of a unit
supporting an attack against one of the Fleets necessary
for the Army to convoy. (This supersedes Rule 13.)
22. An Army with at least one successful convoy route will
cut the support given by a unit in the destination
province that is supporting an attack on a Fleet in an
alternate route in that convoy. (This supersedes Rule 21.)
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Abbreviations
Below is a list of commonly accepted abbreviations for the provinces on the DIPLOMACY map. You may devise your own abbreviations, but remember that abbreviations subject to different interpretations may result in the failure of an order.


Ank Arm Con Smy Syr
Alb
Bel
Bui
Fin
Gre
Hoi
Nwy
NAf
Por
Rum
Ser
Spa
Swe
Tun
AUSTRIA:
Bohemia
Budapest
Galicia
Trieste
Tyrolia
Vienna
ENGLAND:
Clyde
Edinburgh
Liverpool
London
Wales
Yorkshire
FRANCE:
Brest
Burgundy
Gascony
Marseilles
Paris
Picardy
GERMANY:
Berlin
Kiel
Munich
Prussia
Ruhr
Silesia
IEAIY:
Apulia
Naples
Piedmont
Rome
Tuscany
Venice
RUSSIA
Livonia
Moscow
Sevastopol
St. Petersburg
Ukraine
Warsaw

Boh
Bud
Gal
Tri
Tyr
Vie
Cly Edi Lvp Lon Wai Yor
Bre
Bur
Gas
Mar
Par
Pic
Ber
Kie
Mun
Pru
Ruh
Sil
Apu
Nap
Pie
Rom
Tus
Ven
Lvn Mos Sev StP Ukr War

TURKEY:
Ankara
Armenia
Constantinople
Smyrna
Syria
NEUTRALS:
Albania
Belgium
Bulgaria
Finland
G reece
Holland
Norway
North Africa
Portugal
Rumania
Serbia
Spain
Sweden
Tunis


BODIES OF WATER:
Adriatic Sea Adr
Aegean Sea Aeg
Baltic Sea Bal
Barents Sea Bar
Black Sea Bla
Eastern Mediterranean Eas
English Channel Eng
Gulf of Bothnia Bot
Gulf of Lyon GoL
Helgoland Bight Hel
Ionian Sea Ion
Irish Sea Iri
Mid-Atlantic Ocean Mid
North Atlantic Ocean NAt
North Sea Nth
Norwegian Sea Nrg
Skagerrak Ska
Tyrrhenian Sea Tyn
Western Mediterranean Wes
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: So there you go. If you don't know how to write abbreviations in diplomacy, now you know ;)
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Great. Depth charge, anyone?
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: lol
06 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Depth charges don't work anymore alas.
29 Sep 09 UTC Thanks for the game everyone.

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Germany
spyman (424 D (G))
Won. Bet: 30 D, won: 144 D
18 supply-centers, 13 units
Austria
OMGNSO (415 D)
Survived. Bet: 30 D, won: 72 D
9 supply-centers, 12 units
Turkey
Zeno Izen (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 30 D, won: 32 D
4 supply-centers, 3 units
Italy
charly (225 D)
Survived. Bet: 30 D, won: 24 D
3 supply-centers, 5 units
England
EmperorJake (200 D)
Survived. Bet: 30 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Russia
Mburton0042 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 24 D
France
ZhuangYH (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 38 D
Civil Disorders
ZhuangYH (100 D)France (Spring, 1903) with 0 centres.
Revenge of the fallen. (JD) (100 D)France (Spring, 1902) with 0 centres.
schwabzilla (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1902) with 0 centres.
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