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Finished: 09 PM Mon 14 Feb 11 UTC
Live diplo-4
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 175 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by xpedior (707 D)
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: I'll support St. Pete to MOS
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: haha you guys
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: :))
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: the problem with this game is that noone plays for the win. both of you should be making appeals to me the 3rd power to ally aginst the other one for the win. But you both rather a 2-way draw?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Do you know how rare a ENG/GER alliance gets played out.
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: are you really telling us what we SHOULD do? Why ruin a perfectly loyal and functional alliance?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: I can only conclude you are friends who have agreed to build each others points up.

Or worse. England leaving Marsailles alone when you are both already 1 and 2 is dodgy.
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: LOL so now you're accusing us of cheating...I don't know him and he doesn't know me...we both just enjoy and reward loyal alliances
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: north sea doing what last turn?

if you are actually two people trying to play this game - you have missed the spirit of it entirely...
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: guarding the North Sea...look dude, you're getting beat because you didn't have an ally in the game...
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: but niether is playing for the win. can either of you refute that?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: it depends upon what your definition of a win is
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: a win is a win
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: had you not stabbed Austria, you might be able to hold us off and come to a draw...but in your greed, and your lust to "win" you sunk your own ship
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1906: Part of the art of this game is to forge alliances and then keep them alive, and put yourself in a position where you cannot be stab, or if you are, that you can recover from rapidly
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: I become disollusioned with this game. the idea is to win. its not an exercise in academic hand-holding "don't you know how rare a successful german-england alliance is?" Noone cares buddy... Germany asked me for a draw ages ago and i said ok but this is silly.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: I just want to crush you because you're whining now...it's annoying
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: you are my hero.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: aren't I though?
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: if draws were my thing you might be.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1907: What I find amazing is that you have the nerve to pontificate on the philosophy or spirit of the game and then you call Germany and myself cheaters...as if we're either multiaccounting or metagaming...that is uncalled for and quite frankly obnoxiously hackish
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: well i'm sorry if i found that scenario more likely than two guys who don't have the stomach for a win backslapping each other to a draw...
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: well you should be sorry...I'd never cheat, let alone at a game for which I get nothing but imaginary points
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: So Turkey - your suggestion is that one of us stab the other to be able to get the 7 additional centers required for win and leave you alone? That makes sense how?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: good to know. before we got stuck into each other I thoroughly expected an approach from one of you two. you both seemed happy to take me down to an inevitable draw so i speak my mind.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1908: it would mean a win for that person instead of a draw. How is this a foreign concept?
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1908: I was hoping for the three way dog fight, which would be a far more enjoyable experience for all than what is happening right now.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1908: you can't always get what you want now can you? again, had you not stabbed Austria and built him up as an ally then maybe you'd be in better shape
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: don't lecture mate, who did you stab in the second year to get ahead? The diference between me and you two is at no stage did i have the chance to win sitting in front of me and choose draw instead.
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: I'll lecture you all I want MATE...I stabbed France because I had garnered support and an alliance from Germany...you had nothing but BRAVADO at your side
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: blood pressure rising?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1908: not really dude...just listening to Beethoven and enjoying myself after a nice sunny day
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1909: Sounds nice.
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1909: it was great...the weather here in Texas is amazing...sunny and 80 then cold and snowing, then back to sunny and 80 that same week...was on the golf course yesterday...so nice
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Texas? you are a golfer?
14 Feb 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: yes I am
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1910: do you play?
14 Feb 11 UTC Spring, 1910: very poorly
14 Feb 11 UTC well played guys. you have given me a lesson on the importance of cultivating lasting alliances. Have a nice day.

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Germany
xpedior (707 D)
Won. Bet: 25 D, won: 93 D
18 supply-centers, 15 units
England
MichiganMan (5146 D)
Survived. Bet: 25 D, won: 73 D
14 supply-centers, 14 units
Turkey
magicT_murph (388 D)
Survived. Bet: 25 D, won: 11 D
2 supply-centers, 5 units
France
peyton1 (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Italy
jireland20 (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Austria
rallinator (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Russia
gooner14 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Civil Disorders
jireland20 (0 D X)Italy (Spring, 1907) with 1 centres.
rallinator (100 D)Austria (Autumn, 1908) with 1 centres.
peyton1 (0 D X)France (Spring, 1906) with 1 centres.
gooner14 (100 D)Russia (Spring, 1902) with 5 centres.
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