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Finished: 08 PM Thu 25 Sep 14 UTC
Teach me-2
1 day /phase
Pot: 176 D - Autumn, 1916, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by civwarbuff (305 D)
11 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1902: GameMaster: AnotherTry was banned: Multi. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
11 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1902: He was banned?
11 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1902: Was he carrying himself inappropriately elsewhere as well? In other games, that is.
14 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: I think we should draw. It feels unfair for me to take free centers from Russia
14 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: I recognize how powerful you are potentially going to get, but I have to disagree about a draw. England and Germany are also getting a chunk of Russia and even being on the wrong side of the board to capitalize on Austria's and Russia's demise, I think that we should keep playing.
14 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: I don't foresee the type of imbalance of power customary with these types of scenarios happening here. So even though it is a strange game, all five of us are strong and have potential.
15 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: I agree with Turkey. I feel that some of us are at a big disadvantage and the only fair thing is to draw. If Turkey, England and Germany are able to easily get chunks from Russia then what of the rest of us. It is hardly a fair game if that is the case. I vote for a draw.
15 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: While I do agree that this is a strange game with the Austrian and Russian players dropping out, I think it is too early for a draw.
26 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Italy has decided to essentially suicide. With England and I (after the builds and Italy's disbands) able to hold Moscow, Tunis and Munich indefinitely against Turkey and ableto move to Bohemia and Silesia blocking ppositions with Turkey able to not get past Tyrolia, I propose a three way draw between us after Italy is defeated.

England and I both recognize that we have to hold together to stop a Turkish solo and being that we can stalemate Turkey but Turkey is also now close to a position in which he can stalemate us (and being that Italy has now given up), I think that we all recognize what the result is now going to be.

Again, I propose a three way split of the pot.
26 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Italy has decided to essentially suicide. With England and I (after the builds and Italy's disbands) able to hold Moscow, Tunis and Munich indefinitely against Turkey and ableto move to Bohemia and Silesia blocking ppositions with Turkey able to not get past Tyrolia, I propose a three way draw between us after Italy is defeated.

England and I both recognize that we have to hold together to stop a Turkish solo and being that we can stalemate Turkey but Turkey is also now close to a position in which he can stalemate us (and being that Italy has now given up), I think that we all recognize what the result is now going to be.

Again, I propose a three way split of the pot.
26 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: I agree that that's probably the best option, but let's wait and reevaluate once Italy goes down
26 Aug 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Agreed.

I appreciate you getting back to me. We will probably be in position to make a judgment call by the end of 1908, or sometime in 1909 if we need to.
31 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1908: Okay. Seems like one big stalemate. Draw?
31 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1908: No draw yet.
31 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1908: The way Italy died didn't necessitate an immediate draw. We will see where we are in a few more years.
31 Aug 14 UTC Spring, 1908: He seemed to change his mind and decided to try to hold out at the end.
02 Sep 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: Had no choice :)
02 Sep 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: That isn't a criticism. You should try to hold out.
04 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1910: Don't worry I didn't take it that way. I agree, you should always try to hold out and see what happens. You never know how the game will play out
04 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1910: Sorry Italy, I had to
16 Sep 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: This makes no sense to me.
16 Sep 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: France, you stab England, and then just stop midway? And England, your attempts at stopping him are pathetic. You haven't moved or supported from North Sea in forever. It almost makes me think I'm playing a multi
16 Sep 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: I did not stab England. It is really unacceptable to accuse us of multi-accounting. You have made no efforts to negotiate and hence find yourself in this predicament.
16 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: We swapped Supply Centers.
16 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: Okay, well I've never seen that before, hence my confusement. Never mind, my bad. Carry on.
16 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: I did offer to draw.
16 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: It was because of his NMR.
17 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: NMR?
17 Sep 14 UTC Spring, 1914: No moves received.

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France
civwarbuff (305 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 94 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
Turkey
Kim Jung Il (202 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 42 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
England
AlexSG (198 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 42 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Russia
kirito3428 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 36 D
Austria
Hyakari (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Italy
bandito (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
kirito3428 (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1902) with 2 centres.
Hyakari (100 D)Austria (Spring, 1903) with 2 centres.
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