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Finished: 01 AM Thu 21 Dec 17 UTC
Higher Stakes Means More Mistakes
1 day /phase
Pot: 280 D - Spring, 1912, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck.
15 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1901: Just a heads up that I'll file 2-hours before. Don't assume I'm going CD....
18 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1902: You'd have to be worried abut the F BRE build.
18 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1902: Oops - press intended for England !
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: So lets see Russia and England continue an all out attack against me despite putting their own centers at risk and in the case of Russia losing some....? All for the greater glory of France. I hope you guys are good friends or else this is odd behavior indeed. Fishy.
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: England is France's patsy.....or so it appears to me. Here's the catch though - England has done well out of the arrangement thus far and whilst I would say that he has trusted France too much and left himself exposed, thus far we can only say that such trust has been well placed.
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: I don't think you can say that Russia.neglected.his base. He built A MOS with intention of defending SEV, but then the Turk came at SEV with three units.....
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: It's a bit difficult to defend against four countries at once, Germany. ç'est la vie, if you will? Although if I say that, you might grow suspicious that two players are working with each other in a game of diplomacy...I know, it's quite unheard of, really.
21 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: England's builds are......inexplicable. You couldn't cruel your Nations chances more than the way this guy selects his unit placements.
21 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: Russia sacrificed your whole game for Berlin while England positions herself for a perfect French stab.
21 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: That's exactly what someone would say who lost their beautiful capital city and is about to be eliminated :/
21 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1903: All tilted
21 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1903: England speaks !
23 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1903: Germany play pls
27 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1905: sorry for my holiday related absence.
27 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1905: But I am quite glad to see my thoughts on France vis a vis Russia and England turned out to be 100% accurate. Hope you all live and learn. Fair thee well.
28 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1905: Well GER not quite correct because you predicted that F would stab E, but thats not happened yet. Btw, and what youre probsbly mis estimating is that the HOL move not a stab. Thst SCs been trading hands as an internal reaalocation utility.
28 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1905: turkey ready pls
28 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1905: We need some time for the Southern Powers to be discussing Diplomatic initiatives.

Italy, Turkey, Austria - all the Southern Powers - have conducted extensive peace discussions and have henceforth put forward our Treaty of Rome. Nominating for a Draw Vote and a peaceful end to Europe's five years of senseless War.

Assuming we can get FRA out of ION - it's notable that we have the Southern Stalemate Line which is impregnable to any northern invasions.

We await the response of the Northern Powers, but don't waste our time for too long.

Regards, Austria on behalf of "Southern Powers United Shall Never Be Divided".
29 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1906: ....invincible....maybe ?
30 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1906: Well its been one season of play since the DRAW unanimously called for by the Southern Powers - and we've received no response from the Northern Powers. There is no real basis for refusing the Draw call except for the FRA unit being across the line in ION. assuming that this situation is resolved and theres no other change i n Diplomatic direction this season as to alliance settings and intentions etc - then ill be calling for an adjutication next yesr for a situation that three Powers with a clear Draw position want a Draw which is refusing to be granted.
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1906: Vote Draw England and FRA
05 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Ready pls
05 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Just press DRAW.
05 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Why
06 Dec 17 UTC Spring, 1908: Cant believe the audacity of the French build. Despite the Northern Alliance not having enough Armies to decisively win the day on the Eastern Front; France somehow decides that a fleet is best for prssing into the battlr ?
09 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1908: Well its been three full years since the call for the Draw from the South. Since that time - nothing has at all changed in terms of the holdings of each Power or the pattern of alliances across the Board. Wih the status-quo thus having been reached SIX WHOLE SEASONS AGO - and.with no one wanting to make any change in Diplomatic settings - i am puzzled to understand as to why this Game continues and does not meet all necessary conditions for an agreed draw.
14 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Turkey has just stabbed me !
14 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: OMG! So shocking!
14 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Bye bye cancer Austria :)
14 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: England speaks !
#still France's patsy.
16 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 1910: Gg turkey & UK well played
19 Dec 17 UTC Gg
19 Dec 17 UTC GG all. Shame to see you defeated Austria. Tough situation.

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Rexal (219 D)
Drawn. Bet: 40 D, won: 70 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
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Drawn. Bet: 40 D, won: 70 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
Penna Nera (138 D)
Drawn. Bet: 40 D, won: 70 D
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Drawn. Bet: 40 D, won: 70 D
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AJTrenkle (155 D)Germany (Autumn, 1903) with 0 centres.
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