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Finished: 08 AM Thu 27 Sep 12 UTC
jugernaut vs france-england vs italy-austria-germa
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 159 D - Spring, 1912, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
05 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: i was supporting venice.
"who do you trust"(avalon hill)
05 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: niether of you \(o_O)/
05 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: Paris is in sight >:-}
05 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: lol
05 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1907: I thought only the Germans were allowed to do that? :)
05 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1907: My tanks are not that fast...
08 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: bye bye italy
played well
08 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: The fight aint over yet! Please put my long sword in my hands when i am dead, because i will go till the end!
09 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: can you please go faster?it is not so dificult to disband two units
09 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: must be painfull
09 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Nah, work is pestering me at the moment...so sorry that you guys had to wait.
09 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: It's fine, I won't hold it against you.
09 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: yeah
don't take me seriously,take your time,that's why it's a 36 h phase
09 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Please let me survive :-) ha, ha, I know the end is nearing and the phases go ultimately faster.......especially now. But I must say that this type of setup is really neat! And that this has to be done more often!
09 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: actually this was a cool idea, but stupid in execution and didnt work at all.
10 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: i am dissapointed of the center alliance perfomance,they didn't give a good figth to the other two alliances,i think they can do much more.
10 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Ha,ha, it would be a different story if i had participated from the beginning, then all of you would be speaking Turkish and drinking vodka >:}. !! I dare to challenge any one against us Juggernauts ...
10 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Italy: this was as i assume only a try out. So it is looking for the best setup. But i guess the central alliance has potential...
10 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: We should also include some other variants, like Western Tripple (England, France, Germany) vs. Lepanto (Italy, Austria) vs. Juggernaut; or Frankland (France, Germany) vs. Mediterranean (Turkey, Italy, Austria) vs. Arctic (Russia, England).
10 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Also, Swiss Star (France, Germany, Italy) vs Arctic vs Balkans (Turkey, Austria)
11 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1908: Good idea! Start it, i'd join that!
12 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1908: i am in
13 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: You could play this set up 100 times and not once would the central alliance come out on top.
13 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: http://www.webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=99458
13 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Italy is right. The odds here are way against the central powers, just like they would be with Italy/Austria in Western Triple vs. Lepanto vs. Juggernaut and with France/Germany in Frankland vs. Mediterranean vs. Arctic.
13 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: France/Germany would have a much better chance than the others. France and Germany can easily take on England on their own, especially if Russia is preoccupied by Austria and Turkey, which leaves Italy taking on France, which is about 50/50 depending on who's playing each country. Realistically the Mediterranean states have a big defensive advantage, but offensively they're limited by the bottleneck of the Mediterranean and the Austro-German border (which doesn't often help with any kind of offensive maneuver). This game is so lopsided mostly because of the geographic problem that France and England don't really have a good shot at Turkey and Russia, so everything of both sides is put against the central powers. If the alliances are more geographically jumbled, it might provide a little more variety in the winners.
13 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Just as a test, I started a Swiss Star vs Arctic vs Balkans game -
http://www.webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=99510
if anyone wants to join.
14 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Nice! Joined!
14 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: I know, but I still have a useless build and you can. Let us hope for the best. You take Vie and Bud goes Rum. One Limy gone.....
14 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: thats local comrade! lol
14 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: I would like to scream now!
15 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Shoot, just missed game 99510.... :-(
16 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Aaah too bad! But theres 2 players who didnt show up. Russia's unmoving, and I play England... bad luck strikes again!
17 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Would it be possible to start a password protected game for the ones that like to conduct in testing the various alliances...??? Full press, however only a public press would be fun too ;-)
17 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Does everyone have at least 5 points?
18 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Did I miss a phase?? If so sorry for that, i only saved the moves...
20 Sep 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Have more than 5 points........
22 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Peace guys :-) ?? Ha, ha, ha, >:} till the last broken bajonet!
22 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: A nice and civilized draw would do me well.
23 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: i voted draw in case england will miss the phase
23 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: It was a glorious battle, thank you gentlemen :)
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: thank you
great figth
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: want to try a new variation?
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Ofcourse I would join this :-)
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: what now?
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: Sure!
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: i-g-r vs f-a-t vs england
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: lol
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: England would get eaten, all alone
24 Sep 12 UTC Autumn, 1911: not sure,depends on the diplomacy england may play with the two aliances,but you are probably rigth.

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Turkey
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 53 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
France
taos (281 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 53 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Russia
F4shark (490 D)
Drawn. Bet: 19 D, won: 53 D
2 supply-centers, 2 units
England
Axxroytovu (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 20 D
13 supply-centers, 12 units
Italy
Gen. Lee (7688 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
BosephJennett (866 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Austria
woofers (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
Axxroytovu (100 D)England (Autumn, 1911) with 13 centres.
Jowe (956 D)Russia (Autumn, 1902) with 4 centres.
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