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Finished: 02 AM Sun 25 Dec 11 UTC
Winter of Discontent
1 day /phase
Pot: 245 D - Spring, 1913, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1901: This really is a winter of discontent fml.
15 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1901: have fun everybody
15 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Game on!
15 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Good hunting all.
16 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: does anybody else find it interesting that the computer decided to put the top three ranked players all next to each other...in the craziest part of the diplomacy map during the beginning and mid game phases?
17 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: I don't know what you mean Austria. Should I be expecting anything crazy from you this turn? :)
19 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1902: Austria and Italy - very nice job, I say that sincerely
20 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1902: Thanks, but it looks lik ewe'll expire together given that the French and Brits have a love fest happening.
20 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1902: well, just desserts ... I am rooting for my friend in Russia and I never give up ...
20 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1903: True the both of us are outmatched by you four...unless England rally's with us or something strange...
20 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1903: or even Germany you never know...
23 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Very effective last minute blitz Germany. Well played.
23 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1904: it's my birthday, so nobody attack me.
23 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1904: LOL
23 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1904: LOL
24 Nov 11 UTC Spring, 1904: happy birthday
25 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: England wtf are you doing?
25 Nov 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: Pretty clear that he is allied with France and killing us.
10 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: And so, the Triple Entente hands the game to Russia.
10 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: And so, the Triple Entente hands the game to Russia.
11 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: GameMaster: playbake was banned: Multi 11.12.2011. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
11 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: OMG, seriously? Do they even look at the tactical positions?
11 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: playbake had an extremly good win ratio... mistery solved :)
11 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: yeh, what a loser in reality though
11 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1909: So, ummm...in the spirit of good sportsmanship, kill off the Austrian and call it a draw?
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Italy :)
You would like this, wouldn't you?
I think we might consider this as an option, if you haven't been playing with Austria as a team from the very beginning.
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Can't argue that -- but hardly seems like he was cheating here....or just a very bad cheat anyway!
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: Agreed - I don't think he has cheated here. And you guys have not played that bad - it's just we have managed to form surprisingly strong alliance with England and France. It works for us and you and Austria are about to fall no matter what in these circumstances.
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: ya, the significant lack of backstabbing has made this alliance way too powerful. I guess it explains the results of both world wars though
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: by the way, what does the "cancel" vote do?
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: it's like the game didn't take place
11 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1909: game should be cancelled, folks
12 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: I would agree if Austria cheated, but he didn't. In fact, he played pretty well together with Italy.
13 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: Not so well....
13 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: honestly, i think the game would be in a very similar situation even if austria were not banned and/or didn't cheat. obviously, our progression would be a bit slower, but we were clamping down regardless.
13 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: I think that is a big stretch, very difficult to say ... and I am not sure I have ever been in a game where a player got banned mid-game where it was not then drawn or cancelled
13 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: The only entertaining thing about this game will be to see which of the 3 dies first.
14 Dec 11 UTC Spring, 1910: and who even cares, when there are cheaters, players should cancel, plain and simple
14 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: Dude, it's just, like, your opinion.
I've been playing fair and I see no reason to cancel, or draw before you two are gone.
I am not going to explain myself. To be honest I believe that a player with an experience of about 250 games should explain himself before he resorts to calling cheaters everybody around just because he is about to lose. Without giving any reason you just sound like a whining little girl. I can't help for that.
14 Dec 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: I should not have said cheaters in the plural, I am sorry for that, it was just Austria who got banned .... but you get banned from this site for cheating ... I did not mean to imply that others had cheated
23 Dec 11 UTC So England you are trying you chances to go for a solo? Let it be this way...
23 Dec 11 UTC ha ha, nah. just wanted to see where the pieces would fall after spring and then draw. you pulled similar moves on me a couple times, so i thought i'd experiment. I'm still down for the draw if you are :)
23 Dec 11 UTC If I would have liked to go for a solo, I could have done it a few turns ago...
23 Dec 11 UTC anyway good game, thanks
25 Dec 11 UTC good game, thanks to you as well

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England
darkcow6695 (188 D)
Drawn. Bet: 35 D, won: 123 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Russia
kapuczino (107 D)
Drawn. Bet: 35 D, won: 123 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Italy
Creigh (2732 D (G))
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Turkey
Rancher (1544 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Germany
eshultz9 (116 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
France
dylan (108 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Austria
playbake (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
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