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G.M. emailpsychosis1973-at-yahoo-dot-com
Cur SeasonSpring 03
Next Deadline2010-01-25 @ 21:00:00 GMT
Result7-Way Draw
S. C.34
Start Date2009-11-16
End Date2010-01-25
Real-Life Time71 days
Slideshow SC Chart Message Board dpy File
| psychosis1973's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Silver Star9untitled36Draw 4 6 0 -0.25 1225.86
0 England Countryman Blank9SensFan33Abandon 3 4 2 -4.65 1196.24
1 England Captain of the Watch Blank9MattKellyDraw 3 6 0 0.35 1215.24
0 France Esquire Blank9ignite107Draw 5 6 0 -0.3 1218.54
0 Germany Herald Blank9EdBailey1946Abandon 5 4 2 -4.79 1213.08
1 Germany Captain of the Watch Blank9vegas_iwishDraw 7 6 0 0.21 1193.56
0 Italy Captain of the Watch Gold Star9Blueraider0Draw 4 6 0 -0.04 1213.65
0 Russia Herald Blank9lord_graniteDraw 4 6 0 0.19 1212.87
0 Turkey Captain of the Watch Blank9MrSmileyDraw 7 6 0 -0.14 1219.19

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I've now received a "Yes" from everyone for the seven way draw proposal. As such, the game now finishes. Ratings and such on the site will be updated as soon as I figure out how to do it.

From my perspective, the two civil disorders of England and Germany so close to each other, and over the holiday period, killed the game. I'm genuinely surprised at the seven way draw being approved by all - it's the first time I've ever seen a seven way being the result of a diplomacy game. I felt there was some interesting situations developing across the board, with the Fall 1903 turn proving genuinely interesting and game changing. Would Germany's stab of France prove decisive, and who would be eliminated first? I trust the experience of players new to the diplomaticcorp site have been positive, and haven't been coloured by the unsatisfactory situation that emerged in this game.

End of Game Statements are welcome, describing your thoughts, comments and feelings on the game, how it developed, and how it ended up for you. Please email these to all players and copy in the game forum email address (dc281@diplomaticcorp.com). Any (constructive!) comments on my GMing would be welcome as well.

In closing, can I thank all the players of the game - both those who stuck it out through the delays, and those who stepped in as replacements. It's been a pleasure.


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