Finished: 01 PM Tue 03 Apr 12 UTC
Public Press Experiment
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Spring, 1913, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: I'd appreciate your support into Greece, Kaiser.
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Can you support the army in Naples? I'd like to convoy.
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Sure. Which one? But only if you are the one taking it.
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: France, since you got Trieste, and can still take play a role in the Southeast, would you be opposed to my taking Greece?
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: That sounds like a good idea Kaiser--the closer we keep our SC counts, the less temptation there is for us to stab each other and try to solo.
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Plus, I'm going for the record of oddest looking country ever, and getting Greece would help make this Germany 2.0 look much more weird.
26 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Well - farewell cruel world!
26 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Sorry to see you go Archduke, you sure kept it interesting.
26 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1910: With little extra work you could have the "longest road" equivalent in Diplomacy--ie the longest series of countries, only one country wide.
26 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1910: For what it's worth, my empire is really odd as well.
27 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Okay, you can have Greece.
27 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Thank you, kind sir.
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Kaiser, are your units available to support me in to Bulgaria from Rumania this turn?
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Germany, why don't you take it yourself?
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Because then he runs the risk of you re-taking Serbia or Greece. This way he could move Serbia-->Albania, and Greece supports Rum--Bul and be safe while advancing.
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: I can't retake Serbia. The fleets can't reach. But Serbia-Greece, Rum s Serbia-Greece, Aeg s Greece is unstoppable.
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Sorry, I meant Serbia-Bul, Rum S Serbia-Bul.
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Or Serbia-Bulgaria, Rum s Serbia-Bulgaria, Apu-Adr, Ion-Alb. . . .
27 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: I'm fine with England getting Bulgaria. On a superficial level, that lets me maintain my weird, narrow Germany 2.0 (in a real sense, though, it keeps France and England happy, which is more important to me).

England, I'll support you into Bulgaria, which will be the final way I can help you.
France, I don't know how else I can help you.
28 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1910: Thanks Kaiser!
28 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Dear France, how should we proceed in the SE?
28 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: I'll move into the Eastern Mediterranean. This enables me to capture Smyrna with your support, after that, we'll be able to annihilate the rest of Turkey.
29 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Sounds like a plan.
29 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Germany, can we bounce in Burgundy? England, can we bounce in the English Channel?
29 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Sure, we can bounce.
29 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Works for me.
29 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Can I count on you disrupting support to Smyrna, England?
29 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Roger that France!
29 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: I presume you'll then help into Con, right?
30 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Of course!
30 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Sorry, I assumed we'd continue to bounce. F ENC will retreat to MAO next turn.
30 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Please note that I am not in a position to attack you.
30 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: No worries, if it makes you feel safer, feel free to stay in ENC. Bul-->Con?
30 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1912: Most certainly.
30 Mar 12 UTC Spring, 1912: By the way, that's the first time we make land contact since 1905. Germany seperates us well in Central and South-eastern Europe.
31 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Which unit should move on Ankara?
31 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: I'll be supporting Armenia.
31 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Roger that, I'll order Armenia to Ank.
31 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: I'll be laying in wait to support you both, just in case Ankara suddenly develops the atomic weapon.
31 Mar 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: France? Feel free to finalize anytime.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Well played, Turkey - although betraying both of your allies wasn't your best idea in this game.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: He was probably hoping someone would try to win
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Sultan entered the endgame in the second best position or perhaps the first. I suppose he was light on social capital though.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: It honestly didn't occur to me that you three could hold together te alliance so strongly, so I figured I was in position to be part of a three way draw.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: I thought France was gonna go for it for a second there, then I thought maybe England.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Very well done.
01 Apr 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: B-b-but... what am I now going to do with all the popcorn?
01 Apr 12 UTC Three way draw?
02 Apr 12 UTC Sorry, I didn't have time to access webdiplomacy.net until today
02 Apr 12 UTC Actually, I did think about trying to solo, but the stakes are low and I probably didn't have a realistic chance to overpower both Germany and England, considering their strategic unit placement at our borders.

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England
BigZT (1602 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 12 D
13 supply-centers, 12 units
France
Schoepfkelle (266 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 12 D
13 supply-centers, 13 units
Germany
BosephJennett (866 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 12 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Italy
isaacowen21 (199 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
Scanung (206 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
willbaude (1168 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
Fozzy Brrr... (432 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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