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Finished: 08 PM Fri 09 Oct 09 UTC
Wow what an amazing game!
2 days /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by jattwood (170 D)
27 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Looks like England quit before turn 1, which means France and Germany have this one. Game over, bye guys.
27 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Well wait a minute, England contacted me so they were around. No idea why England issued no orders.
28 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Sorry all. I *thought* I had submitted orders just in case I was gone Sunday, but... guess not :|
29 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Turkey still moved so we're good. And it's ok England, we'll just have to deal
11 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1903: Russia get you moves in.
16 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1904: You can take CON with my support this time. Do you want me to support SEV into CON via the BS?
19 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1904: it looks like ITALY went SD. whaaaaa
19 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1904: Impressive 4 builds Russia.
22 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1904: why would you vote draw england??? Are u scared???
22 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1904: I'm scared. But England keep taking turns your turns, its not over yet!
22 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1904: Heh, I meant "taking your turns". I need to proofread when I'm tired
24 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1905: Whats up with voting for a draw, I don't get it?
25 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1905: i don't know, i just think that they are bad losers!!!!
27 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1905: AAR: a slow (on my part) Anglo-French alliance with some missed turns coupled with a ridiculously successful AH-Russia alliance doomed England by throwing the power balance to the dogs. I will continue to resist, however. I can't really see how skill played much of a part, my only mistake was ganging up on Germany instead of going for Nor->Swe->StP. as SCs not Hol->Den->Kiel that I tried instead. *sigh*
27 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1905: Fall 1905: the misery continues
28 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1905: this is talk of a person who thinks that they are great but obviously not. The fact that the A/R alliance worked so well together means that we are skilled players. And also don't blame yourself for losing, how could u know that you would be playing against GODS!!!!!!!!
28 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1905: Would you like to join another game and I will be your ally, then you may have a better chance of winning. Untill I stab you in the back.
28 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1905: @ England
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1906: I got off to a slow start too and just watching while Italy was destroyed didn't help. Also Germany did a decent job in a fairly impossible situation. His invasion of Burgundy and Gascony delayed my attacks for several turns while I tried to cover my home supply centers. This was the first WebDiplomacy game I joined and I'm just happy to have lasted as long as I did. Good job to Austria and Russia.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Thank you France
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: wow austria missed ur turn :)
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: i find the rumania situation VERY entertaining as well
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: Haha yes I figured I'd try to have some fun with this.
31 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: Good moves france
13 Nov 09 UTC How despicable, Russia. that was a horribly unsportsmanlike stab.
13 Nov 09 UTC of Austria

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Russia
jattwood (170 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 38 D
18 supply-centers, 14 units
Austria
hoyce (129 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
11 supply-centers, 13 units
France
otthegreat (142 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 11 D
5 supply-centers, 5 units
England
the.dibster (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
Germany
Fluorspar (494 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
Speaker (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Turkey
Trey (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
Speaker (100 D)Italy (Autumn, 1904) with 1 centres.
Trey (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1902) with 4 centres.
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