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Finished: 07 PM Thu 11 Feb 10 UTC
One more time
18 hours /phase
Pot: 537 D - Autumn, 1920, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Jenny (1327 D)
24 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: well... a few turns later...
24 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: Were you are replacement? I can't remember. Nice game evenmore.
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: ok, let's make it a draw shall we?
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: yes no? how about some consensus
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Not quite yet. I'm still working out moves. Maybe later.
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: So essentially there isn't going to be a draw until I am out? wonderful.
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: I didn't say that, but since you suggested it, I'm OK with that.
25 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: I'm not, but it appears what you plan to do. Am I wrong?
26 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: I'd prefer not to draw until we have to because there is a stalemate - there is still some room for maneuvering on all sides... Now that there are only 3 of us left, we should be able to move through phases a little faster though, if that's any consolation.
26 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: two vs one is hardly a good game at this point when it's 2:1 ratio
26 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Don't be sore about it, you chose to go at it alone rather than ally with someone because you thought you could grab the solo win - it's all part of the game! You did have quite a dominant position, and it's been a battle getting to where we are... So to me, that means it's been a good game.
26 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Germany was gone, Ah was aggressive, russia was a terrible player and italy abandoned
26 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1912: It's a fine game. This is what alliances do. I assume you''ve been on this end of the pointy stick as well. I too think it's been a good game. I think you are goinig to die, but who knows. That's why we play. Still, 2-1 ration is the way life goes some times. With luck, it will soon be 3-1 and then 4-1 etc. Still a good game.
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: darn, here I was hoping France wouldn't come back
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: Funny, I was hoping just the opposite.
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: I'm set to draw, if you were to be in trouble I would have settled it...
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: can we speed up the game please?
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: I like speed, but it's harder when you have to coodinate with an ally. But I do like speeding up games. I've just been busy all day.
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: I take it your ally isn't of the same POV...
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: I don't know. I only know the ally part.
28 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1913: Sorry about the last minute moves. I also like speeding up games, and I will do my very best, I know I've been holding you up. I'm moving next week, so it's been a little busy, but I'll do my best to enter moves as quickly as possible.
28 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: Moves seem to be in for everyone but who?
28 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: Not to be rude, Turkey, but you do seem to be wasting time.
28 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: perhaps...
28 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: Bad form.
30 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1914: Turkey, please stop procrastinating and finalize your moves - I know you're a good player, so you don't need 18 hours to retreat one unit! If you're busy and haven't had time to think through moves, I understand and apologize for my impatience. But somehow it doesn't seem as though that is what is going on...

If you're hoping that I'll miss a turn or give up because you're taking so long, that is not going to happen. I once played for 6 months when somebody tried to bore me to death and would do so again, so we might as well keep it moving!
30 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1914: I once played a 3 year mail game.
30 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1914: tra-la-la
30 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1914: tra? or draw.
31 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1914: I'm guessing you have a few years left before you graduate from high school? I might have agreed to a draw previously, but now I won't.

That's ok, I have time. Actually, your tactic is kind of helpful as I have a lot to do in the next couple of weeks, so it'll make it less likely that I miss a turn. So thanks!
31 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: Ill be here either way. Old people haveto stick together.
31 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: Your tact is lacking and your tongue wags
31 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: You intellect is interestingly enlightened evedently. Or, to paraphrase Dorothy's witch, "You're shrinking. You're shrinking."
31 Jan 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: That isn't paraphrasing at all, that's an entirely different perspective...
31 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1915: why yes, I guess I was assuming a level of cognitive processing which isn't, after all, evident in you. Sorry for assuming. What I meant to say, though in a much nicer way was, "You are getting your ass kicked. You are getting your ass kicked!"
31 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1915: The nice part, for my part, in being part of a good aliance which is taking you apart is the delight I'm going to feel when you are completely wiped from the board.
31 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1915: If that makes your day, you really should consider taking up music or something productive. I bet you are one of those Second Life type people, geeze pal. Take a pill.
31 Jan 10 UTC Spring, 1915: I guess you are one of those who makes eroneous judgements based on limited data. But that seems to be the way you are playing this game, so not much of a guess. Thanks for donating your points.
01 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1915: I'll hit Rum with Uk supt by sev, sev supt by mos, lif to war and war to uk. Should get you bud. Don't expect to get rum, but cuts supt. I'll finalize and check later.. I think Gal will get hit by sil, so you may want to move gal to bud, unless you want supt to rum? IF Uk and Sev supt gal to rum, we get it, I think Bud can hold another turn with ser and rum supt since sil can hit gal. I think gal to rum is best. I'll order that supt. I'll check later and if you finalized, then I know what you ordered, or you'll write.
01 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1915: I think gal to Rum, I'll move war to gal for bounce or to seal up Sil. Liv to war, balt to pru, keil to berlin, berlin to baltic. Should be able to destroy the army next move so Tur will disband it. Thought the war to gal would keep him from moving there.
04 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1917: how about that draw?
04 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1917: or if france doesn't come back...
04 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1917: Why would I give you a third of the game when I can wipe you out on my own? And France will be back.
05 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1917: Yup, I'm back. Sorry about missing the last turn.
05 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1917: It's fine, I just didn't want to move to protect myself from a new player. Sorry you lost con. We'll retake it. Let me know what you think for moves.
06 Feb 10 UTC Spring, 1918: Arm to ank, sev to arm, bul supt ion to Gre, tri to alb, EMed supt Smy, smy supt arm to ank, mar to lyon to set up convoy to gre?
06 Feb 10 UTC Spring, 1918: Just a brief point, you mentioned a husband above which may mean you are female. If so, you will be the second France in a row with whom I've allied who was female. In both cases, outstanding games. Back long long ago in the PBM days, the hobby was rocked by the scandal that Pat Efron was really Patricia Efron. Never mattered to me, but did to bunches off the mostly mail hobby. It is even possible you are the same woman in both games. Either way, I find female allies much more to my liking, especially than the young stupid school boys who end up doing stupid things. Nice to meet you. Hope the move is soon over. Lots of rain here.
07 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1918: Well fought, Turkey, but your goose (or Turkey) is cooked. Hope your other games go well. If you just order holds, it will be over much more quickly and with less pain.
07 Feb 10 UTC Autumn, 1918: Game almost over. No retreat, Turkey. So just finalize. We'll finalize builds and get on with the end of the game.
08 Feb 10 UTC Spring, 1919: Good bye, Turkey. Nice game.

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France
Jenny (1327 D)
Won. Bet: 70 D, won: 285 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
England
BESM (18622 D)
Survived. Bet: 70 D, won: 253 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
Italy
Tusky McMammoth (3321 D)
Defeated. Bet: 70 D
Germany
Bilbo (433 D)
Defeated. Bet: 70 D
Austria
RomanDiamond (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 70 D
Turkey
DrSpambot (177 D)
Defeated. Bet: 47 D
Russia
Defeated. Bet: 70 D
Civil Disorders
RomanDiamond (100 D)Austria (Spring, 1909) with 1 centres.
lufcforever (100 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1903) with 3 centres.
Mutus Carnifex (100 D)Russia (Spring, 1911) with 1 centres.
Tusky McMammoth (3321 D)Italy (Autumn, 1905) with 3 centres.
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