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G.M.Slangers
G.M. emailslangers-at-me-dot-com
TypeRegular
BuildStandard
MapStandard
VariantStandard
Cur SeasonWinter 05
Next Deadline2014-11-30 @ 21:00:00 GMT
ResultSolo
S. C.34
Players7
StatusComplete
Start Date2014-05-06
End Date2014-11-23
Real-Life Time202 days
Slideshow SC Chart
| Default House Rules
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
Chg
Rtg
New
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Blank9OperationsEliminated 0 12 1 0 0
0 England Captain of the Watch Blank9BaronVonPWNSurvival 3 26 2 0 0
0 France Captain of the Watch Blank9diplomacyworldSurvival 6 26 0 0 0
0 Germany Captain of the Watch Gold Star9alfdogCivil Disorder 0 12 3 0 0
0 Italy Order of the Acorn Blank9trezdkCivil Disorder 5 26 2 0 0
0 Russia Esquire Gold Star9RichelieuSolo 20 26 1 0 0
0 Turkey Captain of the Watch Gold Star9dandip2011Eliminated 0 12 1 0 0
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DC500
Close to the Edge
Fall 1913

The game ends with Russia clinching enough centres to claim a solo victory. England and France survive but Italy ends the game in Civil Disorder, due to a second consecutive NMR.

Well played Andrew- that was a fine win. The game had its ups and downs and there was one point where it looked like a draw was on the cards. Indeed, one of the DIAS proposals would have carried if one person hadn't forgotten to vote. Right from the word go, Andrew seemed confident of victory and even when France had broken through into Germany and seemed in a healthy position, the Tsar never lost that self-confidence, which ultimately proved well-founded.

I have copied all of the original players from this game into this email and invite you all to submit your Game End Statements. As GM I always like to know how the game unfolded from everybody's perspective. It is good to see how the game unfolded as I am not privy to the negotiations which go on between you all.

Final sc count
Russia 20
France 6
England 3
Italy (CIVIL DISORDER) 5

England:
England: F bal → swe.
Bounced with swe (1 against 1).
England: F lon → nth.
Failed because England: F nth → nwy. failed.
England: F nth → nwy.
Bounced with nwy (2 against 2).
England: F nwg Supports F nth → nwy.
England: F wal → lon.
Failed because England: F lon → nth. failed.

France:
France: A bur → mar.
Bounced with mar (1 against 1).
France: F eng → bel.
France: A hol Supports F eng → bel.
France: F mao → spa (sc).
France: F por Supports F mao → spa (sc).

Italy:
NMR!!!
Italy: A mar Holds.
Italy: F nap Holds.
Italy: A pie Holds.
Italy: A tri Holds.
Dislodged from bud (3 against 1).
Italy: F tys Holds.
Italy: A ven Holds.
Italy: F wes Holds.

Russia:
Russia: F aeg Supports F ion.
Russia: A alb Supports A bud → tri.
Russia: A ber → kie.
Russia: F bla → con.
Russia: A bud → tri.
Russia: A gre → apu.
Convoy path taken: gre→ion→apu.
Russia: F ion Convoys A gre → apu.
Russia: F kie → den.
Russia: A mun Supports A ber → kie.
Russia: A nwy Holds.
Russia: A ser Supports A bud → tri.
Russia: A sil → ber.
Russia: F stp (nc) Supports A nwy.
Russia: F swe Supports F kie → den.
Support cut by Move from Baltic Sea.
Russia: A tyr Holds.
Russia: A vie Supports A tyr.
Russia: A war → sil.

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