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G.M.AlanRFarrington
G.M. emailalley_cat_1990-at-hotmail-dot-com
TypeRegular
BuildStandard
MapStandard
VariantStandard
Cur SeasonWinter 10
Next Deadline2013-08-26 @ 23:59:00 GMT
Result2-Way Draw
S. C.34
Players7
StatusClosed
Start Date2013-02-13
End Date2013-08-28
Real-Life Time197 days
Slideshow SC Chart dpy File
| AlanRFarrington's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
Chg
Rtg
New
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Blank9trooperEliminated 0 20 0 -4.83 1209.43
0 England Nobleman Blank9GardenGnomeEliminated 0 12 0 -5.29 1183.05
0 France Captain of the Watch Gold Star9alfdogDraw 15 20 0 6.31 1303.44
0 Germany Artisan Blank9BigBlindMaxAbandon 5 3 1 -2.51 1209.38
1 Germany Nobleman Blank9persuaderDraw 15 20 0 6.73 1229.85
0 Italy Esquire Blank9thankslivingEliminated 0 8 0 -4.95 1150.34
0 Russia Nobleman Blank9sqigEliminated 0 16 0 -5.07 1196.3
0 Turkey Captain of the Watch Blank9egniSurvival 4 20 0 7.55 1197.69
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PREV  Winter 1910 Adjudication:  NEXT    

After 10 Long years, there is peace in Europe once again! A Draw has been agreed to by all the remaining powers. France and Germany both tally up with 15 centers and Turkey gets to hold on to 4.
I'd very much like to hear any end game commentary that you all have. I'm quite surprised that the German/France alliance lasted so long and was never broken. I'm curious as to if it was never broken because of a great commitment by both players or if the opportunity never really arouse.


Orders:
France:
Build A Marseilles

Germany:
Build A Kiel
Build A Berlin

Turkey:
Remove F Black Sea



Ownership of Supply Centers
France: Belgium, Brest, Greece, Liverpool, London,
Marseilles, Naples, Paris, Portugal, Rome, Serbia,
Spain, Trieste, Tunis, Venice.
Germany: Berlin, Budapest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, Kiel,
Moscow, Munich, Norway, Rumania, Sevastopol, St
Petersburg, Sweden, Vienna, Warsaw.
Turkey: Ankara, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Smyrna.


Thanks,
Alan Farrington

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