|DIPLOMATICCORP DC175 - 7 PEDIGREE RATS
STANDARD GAME, STANDARD MAP, 2-SEASON GAME YEAR
ADJUDICATION SPRING 1910 (TURN 19) GAME END
WEDNESDAY 25th JUNE 2008
As we entered Spring 1910, a vote was called proposing a solo win for Turkey and survivals for Germany and France. This proposal was carried by the remaining players. Consequently we have a final result.
TURKEY WINS A SOLO VICTORY (Congratulation to Drew)
My thanks go to the above players and the others who were eliminated. Particular thanks should go to Tom (France) who kept on with the game even having been reduced to 1 SC (which he upped to 2 SC in the previous turn).
The game was slightly unbalanced by Austria being abandoned in Fall 1905 when the strongest power, however as a central power both Turkey and Germany had the potential to take advantage of the CD. In the end Tirkey was probably best placed as Germany still had England to contend with.
The game was notable for one of the largest fleet engagements I've seen in a long time up in Scandavania between Germany and England between Spring 1904 and Fall 1907.
I'll put a GM end of game report onto the DC175 Message Board in due course.
A link to the GM House Rules and information on 2-season Diplomacy showing the way retreats and adjustments were ordered can be found DC175 game page at http://sforza.50webs.com/
The Rules of the Game of Diplomacy (2008 5th Edition) can be found at http://wizards.com/avalonhill/rules/diplomacy_rulebook.pdf
These results will also be posted to the DiplomaticCorp DC175 game page and message board.
Orders (none required as vote called prior to deadline):
Austria: IN CIVIL DISORDER AFTER ABANDONED BY PLAYER
England: ELIMINATED AFTER ABANDONED BY PLAYER
Turkey: SOLO WIN BY VOTE
Austria: 2 ABANDONED SCs
France: 2 SCs
Germany: 13 SCs
Belgium, Berlin, Brest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, London, Marseilles, Munich, Norway, Paris, St Petersburg, Sweden.
Turkey: 17 SCs
Ankara, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Greece, Kiel, Liverpool, Moscow, Naples, Rome, Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, Smyrna, Trieste, Tunis, Venice, Vienna.
Press was via player email
There is 1 map (gif) for this turn:
DC175Sp10 END: showing GAME END position.
A complete map history for the game (in the form of a slideshow) can be found at: http://sforza.50webs.com/. This will be left up for a few months.