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Finished: 03 AM Sat 26 Oct 13 UTC
Classic -- Don't Quit!
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 149 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by President Eden (2721 D)
06 Sep 13 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck, everyone! Thanks for signing up to play.
12 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Oh I get it now, every one who is bordering me justs attacks me unless there country name starts with a G.
12 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: and your response is to throw half your military at the country bordering you whose name starts with G...?
12 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: There's one thing one can be assured of in war: 'taint fair...
13 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: I did that before I knew that everyone was attacking me.
13 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: So two neighbors being at war with you is tolerable in the midst of launching an invasion on another power. Got it, Adolph. ;)
14 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: First of all, me bouncing Austria in Galcia was planned, second Germany did bounce me in Sweden.
15 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Nikolai, dearie, that didn't reply to my statement. :)
17 Sep 13 UTC Spring, 1903: wait don't tell me someone bought in as Germany to vote Draw/Cancel

f'real? c'mon maaaaaaaaan
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Has anyone heard from Italy? Seems weird that there's no "Missed the last phase" marker there.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Sorry. Didn't realize that that vote was up.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Haha, you're good, you're actually putting up a fight instead of scumming positions for draws, which I've seen people do before (and find absolutely infuriating).
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Thank you.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Thank you.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Woops thought I was German for a second.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: I'll trade ya
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: No thank you, we are both screwed, but there is a bit more chaos around my area than yours, and chaos helps the underdog.
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Man, y'all keep this up and I'll feel bad for killing ya
18 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Haha
19 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: You want feel bad if you let us survive.
20 Sep 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: won't
06 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: I've never yet seen anyone win a dip-game as easily as England wins this.
One thing is for sure: It's not mine or Turkey's fault.
08 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1908: Well... I wouldn't call it so easy yet. Fortune has smiled upon me so far, but there's still a ways to go.
08 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1908: Maybe there could be, good England.
But just imagine! Your fiercest enemy right now is Austria!
There is nothing I can do against you on the battlefield. I can only use propaganda. But my propaganda is received coldly. Your cause has international support.
10 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1908: And now Italy has "resolutely" removed me from the battlefield. Apparently he wants to have the English fight all for himself together with the crumbling remnants of France.

The SE corner shall never bother England. No impediment can come from the impotent mess of Russia, Austria and Turkey. We will stand by and watch the Italian lonesome cowboy's capricious but brave attempts to postpone the inevitable end.
Marseilles-Burgundy! Was that not a bold blow?
Next time (if there were a "next time") he'll be mature for coupling this with Tyrolia-Munich and Trieste-Vienna
14 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1909: Since we're getting to that point, should I end up stopped, I am not accepting anything less than a 3-way draw. 2-way is fine, if any of you are gutsy enough to try for it. A solo for me would work as well. But there will not be more than three survivors in this game unless it comes with a British triumph. If you wish to avert my ascendance, start counting your sacrifices.
23 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1911: http://hashtagyolo420blazeitdropthebass.com/
23 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1911: I've seen quite a few poor players in my 7 webdip games... but I shall leave a special room in my heart for the impotence of 2 fellas in this one.

Russia, you said to me early on that you didn't want me to think that you are stupid, so you would not "trust" me.
Well, If you had done what I wanted you to do, you would at least be fighting for and maybe we would have achieved a draw. I don't know why you found it more clever to retire to and bunker yourself in Sevastopol and wait for "survival" was more clever that to try, by whatever means to achieve a draw.

Italy, are you Englands double account? I shall not ask England if you are his double account... I ask you. Silence I'll interpret as "Yes, I am Englands double account."
Or can you explain to me: Why replace Austria with Turkey when England was winning. What was your strategical idea with that? What advantage did you expect from that?

I told only one lie in this game, it was pretty dirty since it didn't begin as one, but I turned it into one. I was making plans with Turkey, but changed my mind and stabbed him instead since England, due to Germany's defection was getting a too easy game, so I wanted to spare Russia so he could stop England.
But it appeared I should have sticked with Turkey as the better partner, even though he is on the opposite corner from England.
23 Oct 13 UTC Spring, 1911: I can confirm I don't have any multi accounts :)

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England
President Eden (2721 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 149 D
18 supply-centers, 15 units
Turkey
AlexSG (198 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
10 supply-centers, 8 units
Italy
crackertack (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
France
kojabu (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Russia
luchyman (330 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
Germany
Ty_T (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 9 D
Austria
Sylence (308 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
Philo345 (100 D)Germany (Autumn, 1902) with 2 centres.
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