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Finished: 11 PM Tue 04 Jan 11 UTC
Three One Three Opener
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 700 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by BESM (18622 D)
09 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck to us all!
09 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1901: Who will be the "one" in the three/one/three" opening?
09 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1901: I am so confused?
13 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: Ready don't save please. And if everyone could be on at, say, 6, we could finish this quickly
13 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: Oh but it's so nice to savour a long drawn out game. I'm thinking it could last at least until May next year.
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: Anyway, 6 o'clock what time zone? Are all of you on Japan-time like me?
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: PST
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: PST as well. I was hoping the game would last a few years the way then mail games used to.
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: haha why?
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: Really just kidding. I like short games. 6PM here on Sat eveningg.
14 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1901: maybe tommorow
25 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Yorkshire and Wales will never submit to the Snail-Kraut alliance. We shall remain pink for ever! DEATH TO FRENCH TREACHERY!! DEATH GERMAN DUPLICITY!! I have done an deal with King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and together we are an unstoppable force. Kaiser! M. le President! WATCH OUT! We will skin you all alive!!!
26 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: You silver-toungued devil!
26 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: But england, you could finalize your retreat.
26 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: It took several War Cabinet meetings to decide which was the most tactically brilliant place to retreat to. So sorry my impatient French friend!

I've finalised now after much debate. Now you can all spend days deciding where to build your lovely shiny new killing machines. War, War, War is all you people think about. Well I'll have some books and a gin and tonic in my peaceful Canadian retreat and I'll watch you all kill yourselves. My prediction: France-Austria-Russia draw. Bad luck, Kaiser!
26 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Weather's much better in Australia.........
26 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: I just read the English press. I feel so bad now that Germany knows my plans with Russia and Austria. I feel so bad now.
27 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: England, it's bad form to not put in your removals and waste game time if you knwo what you are doing.
27 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Besides, it lets the computer do the removals and that can't be good.
28 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1905: Sorry France – and all of the the other Great Powers. I have come down with some kind of French flu. It's been hard for me to file orders of any kind. I'm glad to say that I have recovered and will now win the War. You have been warned.
28 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1905: ... with Italy's help of course. Italy? Are you ready for some European domination?
28 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1905: Oh yeah.
28 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1905: I knew it had to be something keeping you from the fight. Hope you are better. We Froggies don't like to execute sick prisoners.
30 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Good bye, England. Some of the most fun press I've read since I used to write fun press. Good luck in your other games.
30 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Thanks France. But you can't get rid of me that easily. As I predicted, Yorkshire and Wales haven't fallen yet. The British Empire lives on!
Regarding the demise of The Kaiser, now Berlin has fallen to the Ruskies, it's only fair that The Archduke gets Munich and you, M. le President, will have to settle for the somewhat unglamourous port of Kiel. Not very befitting for a man of such élan like yourself, but there you go. Tree-way draw, Bob's your uncle (sorry Sultan, I don't hold out too much hope for you but I'll check back int a few years to see how it's going. Maybe you'll squeeze a 4-wayer).
Be seeing you, all.
30 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I see the Free Yorwale Redoubtable Yoeman(FYRY pronounced Furries) are alive and well. We have tried to put down the rebellion, but it seems destined to survive the game.
01 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: John Bull(-shit) - still "talking" to us from the grave.... :-))
02 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I'm happy to agree a 7-way draw, if that's OK with everyone else.
02 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Glad to see King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy has seen sense and is backing the "draw" option. Any other takers?
03 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Don't hold your breath, England - (before you disband your last flame....) - Greatest comedy duo since Laurel & Hardy...! We'll miss the smiles & chuckles your rambling messages engendered........ :-))
04 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: Ahhhhhh - England's last Fleet - going up in bright orange-red Flames over Heligoland Bight! What a heart-warming sight in these dark snowy days of December.... :-))
and Wales and Yorkshire also totally snowed under and inhabited only by shagged-to-death sheep........
04 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: Will there be a barBque as the bodies wash ashore?
05 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: We say good bye to another lovely color. The Papish Green follows Limie Pink into the great game box in the sky. Good luck to both of you in your other games.
05 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: goodbye, cruel world
05 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: I didn'nt know you were into knitting.
06 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: R.I.P. Italy. Germany next!
06 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Spite & malice........
06 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Isn't that a lawfirm?
10 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Russia going AWOL....?
10 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: I hope not. CD is a bad thing to do to the players who count on you. I hope he is alright.
12 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Yorkshire & Wales still going strong! The British Empire can rise again out of the ashes! Watch out!
And a nice uneven coalition going on, I see, between France and Germany. The Kaiser is playing the LibDem poodle to M. le President's Tories. Bad luck Kaiser, I think your going to be dog meat in a couple of years time when Napoleon decides to go for the solo...
12 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1907: I have missed the color of your text.Hope the holidays go well for you.
22 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1909: Turkey, you can take as longas you want, but as soonas you finalize, the moves will go.
25 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Sorry France, I have a tight schedule so I don't finalize to make sure I have enough time for my next move.
26 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: I understand. DIDn't mean any distrespect. Sometimes players don't know the game wil cycle when they finalize and not have to wait for the time.
28 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1910: Goodbye Austria. Good luck in your other games.
04 Jan 11 UTC Wow! So it's you BESM! We are also playing in the Big Pot game now...!! Where you are so far less expansive as in this one! Fascinating!
Anyway, my orders got scrambled, I am sure I had Berlin attacking Kiel, Prussia to Berlin etc. but what the hell - well played and well deserved, obviously!
04 Jan 11 UTC Thanks for the co-operation, Turkey! We got our heads together just a tiny bit too late...... :-))
04 Jan 11 UTC Thank you to both of you. I was lucky. I really don't like to stab, but I thought I had the wine. Almost iddn't. As you know from the other game, I also get my ass kicked.
04 Jan 11 UTC Just a side note, I won 3 games today, in about 6 hours wth this being the last. Strange convergance of the stars.

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France
BESM (18622 D)
Won. Bet: 100 D, won: 700 D
19 supply-centers, 17 units
Turkey
Survived. Bet: 100 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Germany
Pantalone (51 D (S))
Survived. Bet: 100 D
7 supply-centers, 9 units
England
Laszlo Kovacs (365 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Italy
Arya8 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Russia
josemurc (31771 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Civil Disorders
josemurc (31771 D)Russia (Autumn, 1909) with 0 centres.
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