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Finished: 01 AM Sun 23 Mar 14 UTC
Featured Les Jeux Sont Faits
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 1050 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
23 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: My infantry are tired. Apparently, they're more used to sipping wine in Paris than mucking about the German countryside.
24 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: says England, with aspirations to cover the map with the colour pink... ;)
24 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: France, i bet your infantry take after their leader....
24 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: Lol purple is better :P
27 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1903: First Russia, now Italy
27 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1903: Never fear, I'm not gone
04 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1904: Blargh. I thought I had more time
08 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Is it me, the only one here who thinks that France missed a GOLDEN opportunity to possibly win the game by not going after England? Instead he sends all his fleets to fight over Tunis?

And England, as a nation who almost ways counts on its navy to defend itself, for some reason can't stop building armies and shipping them to lands so far away that they sure never to return?
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Maybe they have a secret alliance? Pretty obvious. But France still have all the chances in the world if England decides to keep on building armies
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: You can't win without crossing the stalemate line. Both France and myself know that. If we were to fight each other, Turkey would've taken over the whole east. So we know why you posted that particular comment, my good Turk :)
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Besides, England only really needs 4 fleets or so to win the game. Armies are the long term strategy
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Turkey would've taken over the entire east? Well apparently that won't be happening, and guess what is now on the table? A 5-way even 6-way draw. Why should I help France get through italy? Why should I take out Austria now? Why should allow England to wipe out russia?

You two, France and England, are playing with a sword, when it could cut you! Or should I say dagger? You are playing this like a PPSC when it is a WTA. But in this it is only one dagger that it takes to lose everything.
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Oh hey Turkey
09 Feb 14 UTC Spring, 1905: I don't think that large of a draw is on the table at all, is it my good Turk? :)

And yeah, France and are are gambling big. But, go big or go home, amirite?
12 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: gg Germany and Italy
12 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: gg Germany, you fought till the end.

Italy on the other hand...(his diplomacy was pretty much non-existent)
12 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: His moves were sometimes non-existent too.
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Go eat a kebab Turkey
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: But his ghost is very existent, my dear France
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: I think I'll have a venice pizza instead, italy ;)
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: The pizzas in Naples are better, in case you're still wondering why I took it from you last fall. Got to motivate the troops somehow!
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: I guess I'll just have to 'return' to Naples some day then my friend france.....

that, or you could fedex that shit over to my side... they got fedex in the 1900's right?
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Maybe, maybe not, but we've got enough fleets to deliver pizza, right? If you want it hot, just install a nice oven onboard one, because open flames on a ship are perfectly safe!
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: True dat mon ami. Convoy some over, but keep it kosher, I am the sultan afterall. p.s. you're invited at the after-war-party, just bring more of that pizza ;)
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: See, now the chefs back home are insulted that you don't want baguettes or champagne. The last thing I need is another bloody revolution led by chefs, of all people (they're scary with those knives!).
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Anybody want some of the blood pudding I have up here?
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Oh thousand apologies for the champagne thing, again, religious duties come first, but how about some delicious cheese cake instead?

and I'll pass on the english cuisine, no offense :)
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: We shall come to your harbors and give you all of the kidney pie you can eat! And pickled sheep's liver too! Please?
19 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: relax England, you're in charge of bringing the ladies....get us some of those colourful english women and you're in. France brings the food, and we party at my place on the med. What y'all think about greece this time of year?
20 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Ehh, I don't want to give you our good English women. I'll recruit some from the occupied Scandinavian territories though
20 Feb 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Hmm, so possessive. I'm the same way. :)
01 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1908: Hey Turkey, being the only player to refuse the draw merits an explanation
02 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: sorry austria, but the only way I'll draw is over your dead body..... :p
02 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: And I've withdrawn my draw vote until Turkey agrees to include you
02 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: Can I ask why you are supporting austria? what did he ever do for you? Is it out of spite, because I refused to let russia die (since he helped me at the beginning of the game)?
05 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1909: that was suppose to be an army..... drat
05 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1909: But there's so many empty sea spaces just waiting to get filled up!
06 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1909: Gonna be tough to push into Russia with so few armies, mate.
10 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Would anyone object to emailing the mods to prevent the NMR's of two countries?
10 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Huh? you're the one who is prolonging this and you have the guts to yell for the mods? oh england....
10 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Eh? When I wrote that neither Austria nor France had entered orders and the phase had less than two hours in it.
10 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: ooh. So that was out of desperateness. That makes me happy
13 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: he hasnt said anything...
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Whew, good thing that NMR didn't impact much.
20 Mar 14 UTC Oh I do dislike you, Turkey. We had a deal. You agreed not to draw.
20 Mar 14 UTC Well good game all. This was my hundredth game on the site.

For all those who would have cared, I was waiting until I was able to grab Sev or Vienna to stab the heck out of France. I was setting it up so I could solo even without Portugal-Spain-Marseilles.
20 Mar 14 UTC sorry england. i was afraid you had something big coming from up your sleeve, especially after you got france back on your side. i think a draw is a fair result given everyone's play. but congrats on your 100th game! well played, regardless of the result!
20 Mar 14 UTC Goldfinger, you're really good. I should never have let up on you in the early game. Good game everybody.
21 Mar 14 UTC Nah, I'm just a good England. I was lucky to draw my favorite country.
21 Mar 14 UTC And props to hamster for forcing my draw vote.

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Turkey
Drawn. Bet: 150 D, won: 210 D
13 supply-centers, 12 units
England
goldfinger0303 (3157 D Mod)
Drawn. Bet: 150 D, won: 210 D
10 supply-centers, 11 units
France
peterwiggin (15279 D Mod (S))
Drawn. Bet: 150 D, won: 210 D
9 supply-centers, 8 units
Austria
thehamster (3263 D)
Drawn. Bet: 150 D, won: 210 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Russia
Thechosen41 (3119 D)
Drawn. Bet: 150 D, won: 210 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Italy
adriens95 (844 D)
Defeated. Bet: 150 D
Germany
2ndWhiteLine (3375 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 150 D
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