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Finished: 12 AM Thu 05 Dec 13 UTC
Another chance
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 56 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
04 Dec 13 UTC gross
04 Dec 13 UTC grossly good game
04 Dec 13 UTC good Austrian play Barn3tt
04 Dec 13 UTC good Austrian play Barn3tt
04 Dec 13 UTC Kinda ticked it was winners take all. Anywhoo, kinda wanted to get the win, but I need to get some sleep. Well played everyone, especially italy and england.
04 Dec 13 UTC And great comeback austria!
04 Dec 13 UTC lol, playing sick. Made some terrible plays. Any skill that was shown was in saving me from myself. gg, Italy.
04 Dec 13 UTC My apologies Barn3tt if I misread the move to the ionian as that you were coming for me next. It was a good AI alliance, and you played quite well and occupied my full attention.

ZaZa, Id love to hear your logic on the removes - you played quite well to survive, but was surprised the northern fleet stayed alive the entire time.

Strauss - pleasure.

TNAMP - well done. Would have been interesting had Germany stayed in to see how it played out. As it was, that skewed the game towards you and may have prevented more full development by scaring everyone of your size.
04 Dec 13 UTC ZaZa- fun fact I was just looking through your old games to find good england and france openings.
04 Dec 13 UTC @Italy

I saw England's army convoying over to Norway. By leaving my fleet I was preventing him from getting a second fleet into Russia. And I figured you would leave Austria busy.
04 Dec 13 UTC Lol, Notorious. Did you see my crazy French opening in my last live game?
04 Dec 13 UTC It may have, but the deciding blow was when he had to eliminate a unit. Once that happened I was breaking through. Definitely going to look back on this game to see ENG fleet movements and AUS land retreats and counters, only my third game.
04 Dec 13 UTC I probably did, will go back and check.
04 Dec 13 UTC Wow France. I thought you were probably one of the old pros of the game. You did almost everything I would have done.
04 Dec 13 UTC I probably did, will go back and check.
04 Dec 13 UTC gg guys

One with a little thrill during the game, it was fun. I had fun.
04 Dec 13 UTC Thanks, I mostly just went through some online manuals while frantically keeping track of the timer. After that I just let the snowball gain mass.
04 Dec 13 UTC Anywhoo, I need to sleep to be bright eyed and bushy tailed tomorrow. Well played everyone and goodnight!
04 Dec 13 UTC Thanks much. Hope to hear back from Barn3tt to know if he was going to stab or I was just being too protective. I would have waited until Turkey was weaker considering how obviously I was willing to work with him (the third fleet build in Naples). Either way, pleasure playing with you all.
04 Dec 13 UTC @Italy

Why'd you split your forces when you convoyed to Albania? We could have taken out Austria so easily. =)
04 Dec 13 UTC @Russia

I wasnt sure of Aus intentions, and wanted to signal that I wasnt attacking him by moving to piedmont, but also wanted to cover myself in case I read the Ionian move correctly. I figured the albanian move would be unexpected. He could read it as a breach, or could read it as I intended - self protection while not threatening his centers (hence the move away).

Also, with the third fleet build, I had only one mainland army if he was going to stab. He hadnt helped me into Con, and wasnt going to be able to in the short-medium term. Thus, the army wasnt going to do anything but be far away.

I could have convoyed to Apulia to be clearer about my intent to remain allies (and indeed decided too late to do so), but also wanted to leave Austria uncertain of what to defend if he was going to attack me. I figured the split force, combined with the fleet and army move, could make it clear enough, but it required too much trust for gunboat (as I should have known).
04 Dec 13 UTC And, to be honest, I couldnt make sense of your moves (as noted by the northern fleet issue above), so thought you mighIt not be up to cracking AUS since I could tell he was a good player. I wanted to work with him.

Now that the adrenaline rush of the live game is gone, I should have read Austria's fleet move to Trieste better, and changed to Apulia earlier. But such is live gunboat. Only for 1 more minute that turn....
04 Dec 13 UTC He Noto, you should quick sync your system clock with the current world time, wich could be found via google. Just double click on the clock right side of the task line to correct it. If you want check, that your clock is back on track with WebDip, just take a game under 5min left for next turn and load/refresh the site to see if the clock is sync. You should sync it weekly or monthly. My record are 3m23sec out of sync. Hint: Let your clock ~10 sec spoiler, if you run out of time. This had save my ass a few times. :-D

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France
Drawn. Bet: 8 D, won: 11 D
12 supply-centers, 10 units
Italy
virtuslex (483 D (S))
Drawn. Bet: 8 D, won: 11 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Austria
Barn3tt (41969 D)
Drawn. Bet: 8 D, won: 11 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
England
Strauss (3613 D)
Drawn. Bet: 8 D, won: 11 D
5 supply-centers, 7 units
Russia
`ZaZaMaRaNDaBo` (1922 D)
Drawn. Bet: 8 D, won: 11 D
3 supply-centers, 3 units
Turkey
duck_bird (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 8 D
2 supply-centers, 2 units
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Civil Disorders
The diplomat 86 (122 D)Germany (Autumn, 1903) with 3 centres.
duck_bird (100 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1909) with 2 centres.
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