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Finished: 10 AM Fri 25 Mar 11 UTC
Private Battle for 116th Street 2.1
2 days /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Rhinoceros (353 D)
05 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Woo hoo, we have a game.

To be fair, we should try and refrain from "hall talk" and keep game communication in the game. To send a private message, click on the country "box" from the list above and it establishes a private comm line to that player.

Also - it can add to the fun if we at least pantomime speaking in historical character.

Halil Rıfat Pasha - Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire.
06 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Well, I know I'm going to assume hall talk will occur, and I feel it won't make that much of a difference, as there will be plenty of communication I won't be privy to regardless.

What's more, if you are willing to talk like nerds in your halls and lunchrooms and what-have-you, you deserve the slight advantage to offset the social stigmatism that inevitably follows.

-Admiral Boose
24 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Sorry folks, didn't mean to miss that turn.
25 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Welcome back Boose!
If everybody turns on the green check, the turn advances.
Please turn on your green check, so we can advance the turn.
Thank you,
Rhinoceros
25 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1904: Good Sir Pachyderm:

You do, of course, realize that by advancing the turn, we will be 'bumping' the turn time, a change which can be most difficult to adapt to one is unprepared. I, for one, fail to see why Austria is in such a hurry. . .
25 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1904: Boose,
In Austria's humble opinion, 48 hours is too long to determine retreats/builds/disbands, unfortunately the program considers all phases equal. This is a change from tradition that Austria does not consider "progress."
25 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1904: The People's Republic of Italy cannot find the "guerrilla insurgency" option...
25 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1904: My dear Austria:

"Progress" is a subjective term. God only knows that there are those on the continent who would consider Turks abandoning their man-dresses for proper suits "progressive".
26 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1904: Don't knock man-dresses until you've tried them. I assume you have no Scottsman among your derision spewers.
03 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: To pass the time, I propose we open a betting pool on Germany's disbands.
I'll go first: F North Sea & A Prussia (I'm betting on Civil Disorder)
Anybody else want to participate?
03 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: 50,000 on Prussia and Silesia
03 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1905: YES. 50,000 to me. Well good game everyone
06 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: Any bets on my disband?
08 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: Am I the only one seeing the Lon to Tunis. That is really hilarious.
08 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: A man can dream, a man can dream...
08 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: The British are well known for their dry wit. It takes a well developed sense of humor for a culture to accessorize with a bowler hat, monocle, and umbrella.
Is the betting window still open on English disbands?
I'll put my money on F Portugal (Spring, 1906)
10 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Come now,
In London the umbrella is no accessory, but a necessary survival tool.
10 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Also, please note that my laser beam in London sunk a boat. Neat stuff, that.
12 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Why didn't your laser destroy the army in Constantinople? Damn lowest bid socialist government weapon construction . . .
13 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Apparently it was a delayed reaction laser. It's funnier that way. Those silly Brits...
13 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: German cowardice in fine display. The heirs of the Holy Roman Empire have squandered their birthright. For shame.
16 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: Are you lost?

France is SOUTH of the channel!
20 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: Somehow Russia's unorthodox strategy of "all Hold" has been amazingly successful. He may yet outlast additional players.
20 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: There's no call to insult us while you crush us under heel.
20 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: No insult intended, merely an observation.
22 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1909: So Austria needs two power centers to win the game...
22 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1909: And it appears Russia has finally been destroyed
22 Mar 11 UTC Yes, Russia's destruction was intended as a compliment to the remaining leaders.
Thank you for actively participating!
Can we play again?
23 Mar 11 UTC Play again??? But I'm just now working my comeback . . . .if only someone would support me into Con . .. . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqJXxHi6RwQ
23 Mar 11 UTC I'd be happy to support you, but the rules say I can't dislodge my own units.
23 Mar 11 UTC The program took the orders anyway. Smryna and the Aegean will answer the call.
Help is on the way!

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Austria
Rhinoceros (353 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 20 D
19 supply-centers, 16 units
France
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 12 D
11 supply-centers, 10 units
England
Boose! (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 4 D
3 supply-centers, 4 units
Turkey
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 2 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Italy
Matatron (270 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Germany
BigBill75 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
Levitatus (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
Levitatus (100 D)Russia (Spring, 1902) with 4 centres.
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