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G.M. emailcbconnell-at-gmail-dot-com
VariantGunboat  [Wiki]
Cur SeasonWinter 10
Next Deadline2015-06-16 @ 02:30:00 GMT
Result3-Way Draw
S. C.34
Start Date2015-01-18
End Date2015-06-16
Real-Life Time150 days
Slideshow SC Chart Message Board dpy File
| Default House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Blank9diplomacyworldEliminated 0 20 0 -4.97 1168.07
0 England Artisan Blank9CRasmEliminated 0 16 0 -5.82 1186.89
0 France Order of the Jagged Edge Gold Star9jerome777Draw 13 20 0 5.81 1295.44
0 Germany Countryman Blank9SchannerSurvival 1 20 0 -3.95 1187.94
0 Italy Captain of the Watch Blank9OperationsEliminated 0 20 0 -5.23 1183.6
0 Russia Countryman Blank9DipwindDraw 8 20 0 7 1221.26
0 Turkey Nobleman Blank9tarakashkaDraw 12 20 0 7.14 1215.78

PREV  Winter 1910 Adjudication:  NEXT    

Again, PLEASE pay attention to deadlines! This was another major delay in the game - multiple days late.

I have had an End-of-Game proposal - a three-way draw for France, Russia and Turkey. All remaining players (France, Germany, Russia, Turkey), are to vote. A YES vote on the EOG proposal means that the game is over and Spring 11 orders are not processed. A NO vote means that Spring 11 orders are processed, and we proceed with the game. A player who does not submit a vote will be considered to have voted NO. Votes are due with your Spring 11 orders.

Spring 1911 orders and EOG Votes are due on Monday, June 15 at 8:30 pm MDT (02:30 16-6-15 GMT) - yes, tonight! (NOW ;-) )

Adjustment orders for Winter of 1910. (DC521)
France: Build F Brest.

Russia: Build A Moscow.
Russia: Build A Sevastopol.

Turkey: Build waived.

Unit locations:

France: F Baltic Sea, F Brest, A Burgundy, F English Channel, A Gascony, A Livonia, F Marseilles, F Mid-Atlantic Ocean, A Munich, F North Sea, A Ruhr, A Silesia, A Warsaw.
Germany: F Yorkshire.
Russia: A Budapest, F Finland, A Moscow, A Norway, F Rumania, A Sevastopol, A Sweden, A Vienna.
Turkey: F Aegean Sea, A Bohemia, A Constantinople, F Gulf of Lyon, F North Africa, A Piedmont, A Serbia, F Spain(sc), A Trieste, A Tyrolia, F Western Mediterranean.

Ownership of supply centers:

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

Austria: 0 Supply centers, 0 Units: Builds 0 units.
England: 0 Supply centers, 0 Units: Builds 0 units.
France: 13 Supply centers, 13 Units: Builds 0 units.
Germany: 1 Supply center, 1 Unit: Builds 0 units.
Italy: 0 Supply centers, 0 Units: Builds 0 units.
Russia: 8 Supply centers, 8 Units: Builds 0 units.
Turkey: 12 Supply centers, 11 Units: Builds 1 unit.

The next phase of DC521 will be Movement for Spring of 1911.

I think this game is pretty much done, wouldn't you agree?
Monsieur le President
Turkey to Russia,
you sure do, hope that helps.
To Turkey

Dear Sultan, I'm building this way as it makes more sense to avoid France progression through south, I'm, counting on you to keep France busy in Germany, On North I'll do my best to keep France at bay. Situation is or you or France can go to a 2-way, either option would be too dangerous for the other, so who wants to do a move like that should be prepared for Russian been protected by the other, at least that what the logic says.
So, I'm Voting for a 3-way and id agree by all we can move to other games?


Craig Connell
"Wars are, of course, as a rule to be avoided; but they are far better than certain kinds of peace" --Theodore Roosevelt

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