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Finished: 02 PM Fri 08 Nov 13 UTC
Kumite, monkey fighters!
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 175 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by bagatur (1598 D)
07 Nov 13 UTC You could've forced a draw, why did you have to get greedy, valteron?
07 Nov 13 UTC Or is it the PPSC feature's fault :)
07 Nov 13 UTC France, just so you know, it was your occupation of Denmark that was the final straw. I was with you until then on trying to force the stalemate, but that was the final insult.
07 Nov 13 UTC Good game, everyone.
07 Nov 13 UTC Good game, Bob.
07 Nov 13 UTC Do people actually choose points over forcing a stalemate?
07 Nov 13 UTC sorry
I have not had time to
07 Nov 13 UTC I wanted to get away from Denmark
07 Nov 13 UTC Now, however, it is enough what you are, nevertheless, for miserable idiots and sucide express. Germany did really absolutely everything, to protect a Turkey solo. It's amazing, I mean the deliberate silly places of Germany were only a facade. I'll post this game to Forum, enough for me. What a shame, not regular.
07 Nov 13 UTC yeah, good game bag. I'm surprised France essentially never thought the stalemate was a good idea. I kept helping you grow strong as a signal to France that maybe it was time to back off me, and he never saw it.
07 Nov 13 UTC Russia, do you understand English?
07 Nov 13 UTC To destroy the unit in StP said everything, after a stalemate line was possible.
07 Nov 13 UTC Yeah, thanks for the support into Moscow, I returned the favor with St Pet, if I recall correctly :)
07 Nov 13 UTC Strauss, valteron didn't have draw up for up until the last year. He was clearly trying to sneak the solo.
07 Nov 13 UTC Why would I trust France not to keep attacking me, given that that is EXACTLY what he did long after it was plain that Turkey was the primary solo threat?
07 Nov 13 UTC You did, bag.
07 Nov 13 UTC 1. Why you destroyed the unit in StP?
2. Why you went to draw , but never defend a turkish solo run?
3. Why you didn't captured the unprotected SC in Mos and draw it?
4. Why you let Turkey overtake all your SCs in east?
5. Why ...
07 Nov 13 UTC This is not a game for idiots!
07 Nov 13 UTC 1. Because screw France, that's why.
2. I did defend against a Turkish solo. I went to the stalemate line and set up a defense. The idea was that I would have a fleet in Baltic to support hold Berlin, Kiel and Ruhr would support hold Munich, and St. Pete would stand still and be safe regardless of Turkish pressure. Assuming a stalemate line in the south that doesn't yield Marseille or Spain to the Turk and keeps him out of the Atlantic, that stalemates Turkey. But I needed both Denmark and Sweden to do so.
3. I never captured the unprotected SC in Moscow because I wanted Turkey to kill Russia and Austria, and because I could never hold it. The value of having a free agent unit in the east was less than the value of Turkish goodwill, given that I was in the process of being regularly attacked by France and and because anything I took, I could not hold.
4. See above.
07 Nov 13 UTC And yet you keep playing, Russia.
07 Nov 13 UTC I'd have to side with Bob for this one. I was a bit scared you'd take Moscow, but taking Vienna and Trieste seemed a better bet both ways.
07 Nov 13 UTC And helping me 5 years before the end has nothing to do with forcing the stalemate after that. I think valteron fucked up the draw.
07 Nov 13 UTC to 1: No, he left you air and has fought at the same time in the south against Turkey. Your units in the east were lying round just stupidly, or removed the field for a Turkish solo.
07 Nov 13 UTC to 2: LOL, just an idiot could hold a stalemate line and a draw. But you didn't want it...
07 Nov 13 UTC Est-ce que plus sensible de discuter en Francais? Je ne comprend pas que vous pense quand vous ecrive en Anglais.
07 Nov 13 UTC I think English is good enough, the problem is elsewhere.
07 Nov 13 UTC Anyway, whatever. Have a good day.
07 Nov 13 UTC to 3: No, from there was clear which he will also visit you. Are you a pussy?
07 Nov 13 UTC Evening.
07 Nov 13 UTC to 4: Blabla. This fault was not the first one by your side. Either you are an unusual idiot or a crook.

Nothing more.
07 Nov 13 UTC bagatur, Bob Genghiskhan and benjormungand for the first, you are yourselves to stupidly too cheat. I have examined your last games and have thought enough clues that you work with forbidden communication. These were a few chances too much. I accuse nobody for no reason, I will write a report to Moderation and also post it here.
31 Oct 16 UTC Three years later, and this still makes me chuckle.

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Turkey
bagatur (1598 D)
Won. Bet: 25 D, won: 99 D
20 supply-centers, 16 units
France
valteron (288 D)
Survived. Bet: 25 D, won: 61 D
11 supply-centers, 12 units
Germany
Bob Genghiskhan (1258 D)
Survived. Bet: 25 D, won: 17 D
3 supply-centers, 5 units
England
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Italy
Solvo (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Austria
thedayofdays (95 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Russia
Strauss (3613 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Civil Disorders
thedayofdays (95 D)Austria (Spring, 1906) with 3 centres.
sterling_red (0 D X)England (Spring, 1908) with 1 centres.
Solvo (100 D)Italy (Spring, 1908) with 2 centres.
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