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Finished: 03 PM Tue 25 Apr 17 UTC
Private Agincourt
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1913, Finished
Classic, Sum-of-Squares Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
08 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: The United Kingdom extends her very warmest greetings and best wishes to her continental friends. Though your style of breakfast appears effeminate and silly to us, we have enormous respect for your cunning and ruthlessness. May the Lord bless and keep all of our nations in their present happy state of peace and prosperity, and woe betide those who would seek to let loose the dogs of war in pursuit of imperial advantage.
08 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: glhf
08 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: (21st Century diplomacy!)
09 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Maybe we need to communicate to the others that the game is starting
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1902: Russia, if you are happy with your orders could you please click the ready button. There isnt much point in waiting a whole day for 1 retreat
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1902: Hear, hear. Get handy with the ready button, Russia.
13 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1902: Sorry guys I didn't know it was up to me
11 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: What are people's opinions on ending this game in a draw?
11 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: Ok
11 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: France and Russia don't agree?
11 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: Could you explain to us newcomers first how the scoring works ?
11 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: Of course. Scoring works by 2 methods, determined at the start of the game.
1st method is the pot is shared equally between all remaining players.
2nd (this game) the pot is shared between all remaining players, but weighted by how many centers you have.

There are numbers by our names below which say how many points we get if the game ends now.
11 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: Only centers count not territories ?
12 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1910: Yep. Territories don't give you any armies, so they don't count towards the final score.
15 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1911: So is there any decisions on calling a draw?

I'm getting bored with this game, especially now people aren't communicating anymore.
20 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: I've been trying to get this game finished because I have a conference this week (Italy can confirm this). I'm leaving tomorrow, and I probably won't have diplomacy on my mind and am likely to miss several turns.

This game has been great, and I hope you have all enjoyed it. However, speaking from experience this game is unlikely to move much further from our current positions. We have set up some very good stalemate lines, making it very difficult to make any progress against each other.

Could we please draw this game here?

France has told me he is willing to draw, both me and Italy have draw votes up. It's down to you Russia.
I know that it doesn't seem fair that you have to vote to draw in your current state, but you have played well, and I'm sure you can make up the difference if you play another game.
20 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: Could we at least pause the game, so I can come back to it next week?
20 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: I am happy to pause
20 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: How does a pause work?
21 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: we all click pause, then the game stops. once we are ready to start again we click unpause and the game starts again.

But a draw would be best, I can imagine it might be difficult to get the game started again.
I've been talking to Russia, he is willing to draw if I give him Moscow.

How about this for a deal?

If I retreat from Moscow and support France into Venice, will everyone agree to draw at the end of the autumn turn?

France will be at 14, Russia will be at 8, I will be at 12.

Is that ok with everyone?
21 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Just to be clear I did not say I am fine with Moscow,but when I get my initial bet back. I said: "Yes once I have ten you have a draw from me. I am also in for pausing. Everything for our studies!!!" so let's pause for now and we will wait for turkey to tell us when we are back on. All the best and Have a great Conference!!!!
28 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Im back now. Thanks for pausing everyone. I've voted to unpause.

Russia, sorry that wasn't clear. To clarify, you will draw when you get to 10 points? Taking Warsaw and Moscow should do that. That was why I said you would draw after retaking Moscow.

This has been a good game, but I am now looking forward to starting a new one.
28 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: I have unpause too
04 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Why doesn't it restart now?
05 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Italy hasn't unpaused. He is away for this week, we'll get him to unpause when he is back.
20 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: So sorry for the delay!
21 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Glad to see this game can finally be finished now.

I really dont want to make this last much longer.

Are we all willing to draw once Russia has taken Moscow and Warsaw (if that gives Russia back the 10 points original bet)?
21 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Yes by me!
22 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: Thank you for drawing Russia
22 Apr 17 UTC Autumn, 1912: If France doesn't respond soon, let's just defend our positions in the next turn.
24 Apr 17 UTC done
24 Apr 17 UTC BETRAYL! BETRAYL! LIES AHEAD OF YOU RUSSIA>>>> DO NOT TRUST THE TURK>>>> BE IT AT YOUR PERIL>>>>
24 Apr 17 UTC Italy, stop spreading false news and tell France to vote to draw.

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France
Ed12345 (124 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 34 D
14 supply-centers, 12 units
Turkey
twiddlestix (1423 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 25 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Russia
ApostolosPap (134 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 12 D
8 supply-centers, 6 units
Italy
jhrf (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
England
AttackUsFinch (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
grarap (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
AttackUsFinch (100 D)England (Autumn, 1905) with 0 centres.
grarap (100 D)Germany (Spring, 1905) with 4 centres.
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