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Finished: 07 PM Tue 28 Feb 17 UTC
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
28 Feb 17 UTC Good game, everyone.
28 Feb 17 UTC Good game, everyone. I was hoping for a draw eventually.
28 Feb 17 UTC Wow surprised by the draw-you almost certainly had the solo, Turkey.
28 Feb 17 UTC My laptop reset, and between that and Russia sniffing out my Ukraine move, I figured that I was supposed to have a draw, not a win.
28 Feb 17 UTC Fair enough
28 Feb 17 UTC My laptops still updating. Effing Windows. I don't want to play on my phone.
28 Feb 17 UTC I am a bit surprised, too. This game was too much of a roller-coaster. Ha-ha!
28 Feb 17 UTC Russia, I was doing everything I could to get you going after Germany or England. Why didn't you?
28 Feb 17 UTC I was very tempted to go after Germany, but I did not want to shift the balance too much. I knew that going after Germany would strengthen France, who was also doing quite well. I was also too afraid to turn my back on you.
28 Feb 17 UTC Fair enough. I was mainly trying to get a juggernaut going for a three way draw. Once your Black Sea fleet was eliminated, my intention was to work with you until the end, or you stabbed me, but your reluctance to go after Germany or ideally, England kinda planted the seed of trying to solo.
28 Feb 17 UTC I wanted to work in a Juggernaut from the start, but your move to Armenia really threw me off. It's pretty funny, actually, because you and I played in a live game before. We played the same countries. And looking at the game, you made the same opening against Russia (me). Anyhow, the frequent army builds also made me nervous. I moved to Ukraine to try and set up a stalemate line.
28 Feb 17 UTC Yeah, as Turkey I love the juggernaut but the Russian fleet means that Turkey always has to be more wary than Russia. It's pretty difficult to hold Moscow and Warsaw from the south, but kinda easy to hold Smyrna and constantinople from the north.
28 Feb 17 UTC You had a pretty interesting strategy, though. You managed to force a Juggernaut in which I was always weaker than you, making it easier to progress for you. I might try that next time I play Turkey.

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tatertrotts (2713 D)
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