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Finished: 02 PM Sat 17 Oct 09 UTC
Non-Live
18 hours /phase
Pot: 84 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Furor (393 D)
05 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1901: Good hunting, everyone.
09 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1902: Seems we're waiting on Austria to decide if he wants to disband his fleet and build an Army in Vie instead.
23 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1907: I will probably be leaving Saturday afternoon and returning Monday morning. I won't have acess to a computer so I'd like for everyone to please Pause after your moves Friday evening. Thanks. C-K
24 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1907: Certainly. See you when you get back.
25 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1907: England, what is wrong with you? You vanish before you can submit the pause vote for last turn, and now that you're back you still haven't done it.

Either get in this game, or get out of it for good, but make up your mind one way or another and VOTE.
26 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1907: No problems. I'm back. To those who voted thanks.
28 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: Hey guys, this is ending in a stalemate eventually so what do you say to a draw?
28 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: well, everyone has voted Draw except E/T. What about it guys? Draw?
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Well look, neither England nor I have any reason to go for a draw, at this point. You keep saying that it's headed for a stalemate, but that's a long way from where we are now. Stalemates don't see SCs trade hands and powers forced into disbands, both of which happened as recently as last turn.

We haven't reached the stalemate stage yet, by any means. Russia is being carved up from behind by England, and those disbands have already affected the line in the south. Maybe it will all swing wildly against me in the long term and I'll end up losing everything, but things are hardly settled down here and I'm not prepared to give up.

I don't like to prolong hopeless situations, so when we really do reach a stalemate I will be glad to vote for the draw, but as it stands, we just aren't there yet.

I'd like to hear England's take on this, though, as he has a say in it as well.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I didn't say it was heading for a stalemate.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Perhaps you meant this for someone else. I think you're in a good position.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: This the global chat, Italy :teach:
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Rom->Tus (to cut support)
Adr support hold Venice
Alb->Trieste supported by Serbia, Vie and Ven
Rum->Bud
Sev->Ukraine
Arm->Sev supported by Black Sea
Bul->Rum

Guaranteed to get Trieste back.
You might even destroy Trieste unit.
Vulnerable to Trieste->Vie(or Bud) supported by Gal, but in this case, you have the loser surrounded.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: HAHAHAH!!
I should have waited for your reply.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Alas
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Seriously Italy, what the hell. How could you make that public? Now they know everything.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: duh. As if I couldn't figure that much out by myself.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: But these were SECRET PLANS. There were passwords and black helicopters and everything
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: hehe. Why are you talking to Italy anyway?
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Eh, figured I might as well. He and I had worked well together before, and as long as he's hanging around down there he needn't be lonely.
28 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I'm feeling lonely. Why didn't you share that with me? LOl
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Cheeky
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Lonely so very lonely. Please talk to me....
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: After what happened the last time I did that, I don't know that I will, now. Tsk
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I think the last time we really talked, you took Naples.
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: and now he takes Tunis.
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Oh man I remember that

Good times, good times
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I have to ask; has anyone had any contact with England at all? He's never responded to any of my messages (not that there were many), or posted anything in the global chat.
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Once. In 1901 he said, "I am in the game."
29 Oct 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Maybe he's a Bot!
Cool!
29 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: Well, that all transpired pretty much as I had hoped it would. Maybe I should get Italy to announce my moves in advance every turn.
29 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: Should I make another prediction then?
It does seem obvious now that Russia is hosed.
More to come.
29 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: This is why you don't draw until it's actually a stalemate :teach:
29 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: Whatevs. I have everything to gain by a Draw, I just don't expect it!
29 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: I didn't either but I knew I was in trouble so I had to try.
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: gg guys. well done.
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: You too, man; you fought well, and I salute you. Hope we can play again sometime - preferably on different sides of the map ;-)
30 Oct 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: hehe lol.
01 Nov 09 UTC GG, everyone. Thanks for a great (if tense) round.

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Turkey
Furor (393 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 45 D
18 supply-centers, 15 units
France
Apexion (180 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 25 D
10 supply-centers, 9 units
England
Lan (262 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 15 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
Russia
C-K (2037 D)
Survived. Bet: 14 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Italy
poco_mike (129 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Austria
Silver Wolf (9388 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
doomreaper44 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
alpha_psi (100 D)Russia (Spring, 1902) with 5 centres.
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