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2-way Draw: Siberia and Indonesia


 

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G.M.AceRimmer
G.M. emailsmegdwarf-at-yahoo-dot-com
TypeRegular
BuildStandard
MapAsia  [Wiki]  [Stats]
VariantStandard
Cur SeasonWinter 10
Next Deadline2009-12-30 @ 15:00:00 GMT
Result2-Way Draw
S. C.40
Players7
StatusClosed
Start Date2009-06-02
End Date2009-12-30
Real-Life Time212 days
Slideshow SC Chart Message Board dpy File
| AceRimmer's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
Chg
Rtg
New
0 China Captain of the Watch Silver Star9briankingfoxEliminated 0 6 2 -6.64 1236
0 India Captain of the Watch Blank9rodthewormSurvival 2 20 4 -4.09 1221.17
0 Indonesia Captain of the Watch Blank9The_GentlemanDraw 13 20 4 12.26 1184
0 Japan Esquire Blank9ecommander0Survival 2 20 1 -3.07 1198.19
0 Persia Captain of the Watch Blank9slikrik66Abandon 10 14 4 -5.46 1192.17
1 Persia Order of the Oak Silver Star9offdiscSurvival 7 20 0 -0.09 1221.25
0 Russia Captain of the Watch Silver Star9MDemagogueEliminated 0 6 0 -6.17 1224.04
0 Siberia Captain of the Watch Silver Star9LaneDraw 16 20 0 11.6 1221.52
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PREV  Winter 1910 Adjudication:  NEXT    

Indonesia doesn't submit a build, but it doesn't matter, because he does vote 'Yea' on a draw proposal.

The DIAS... fails.
But the Siberian-Indonesian draw succeeds!

Light Brigade Persia survives.
Beleaguered India survives.
Stoic Japan cunningly utilizes geography to survive in spite of an early near-exit.

Siberia and Indonesia wear crowns and look down both graciously and condescendingly upon the rest of the world. What did you expect from kings?

But the game is not over yet!!? It isn't? No. Not until you've written your end of game comments. And I really want them. In addition to the usual praise of your opponents, analysis of the flow of the game, and other good-natured jibes, I ask you to please offer your opinions on the variant itself. I already have solid opinions from Ross (who responded to my mid-game plea). And I can readily point to a couple of awkward spots on the board myself. But nobody knows the game better than people who have played on it.

Thank you and congratulations to all who finished this game.

For the record, I processed the Winter as:

India:
Remove A Afghanistan

Indonesia:
Build waived

Persia:
Remove F Persian Gulf

Siberia:
Build A West Siberia
Build F Kamchatka
Build A Irkutsk

Diplomacy games may contain lying, stabbing, or deliberately deceiving communications that may not be suitable for and may pose a hazard to young children, gullible adults, and small farm animals.

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