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DC300 - Fall 1906 - Adjudication and... - dknemeyer   (Apr 15, 2010, 2:04 pm)
Alright, fess up: who voted it down???
Congrats Sun, you rolled us all in fairly short order!
Frank thanks so much for GM'ing. Even in nasty defeat it is certainly
appreciated...
Dirk

On Apr 15, 2010, at 2:58 PM, F Bielschowsky wrote:
Fall 1906: the year that has been dubbed the Year of Truth.
After a huge number of envoys visited the Powers remaining the
endgame proposal for a Russian Solo has been REJECTED again.
The leaders of the Powers are at a loss: how come that the EGP was
rejected while all had spoken out in favor of the EGP?!

France chose to Hold all his units much to the benefit of Germany
and Italy, who overtook no less than 2 SCs this Fall.
Russia performed an act of charity and supported the last remaining
Turkish unit back into a safe harbour while also holding the
majority of its units.
England, with only 2 units, avoided any losses by blocking the
German attack on Edinburgh.

There are 3 retreats for this Autumn (all by France).
See below.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London Hold
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
F English Channel Hold
A Paris Hold
A Picardy Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Spain(sc) Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)

Germany:
A Belgium Supports A Burgundy - Picardy
A Burgundy - Picardy
A Ruhr - Holland
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Marseilles Supports F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)
F North Africa Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
A Piedmont Supports F Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)

Russia:
A Armenia Supports F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna
F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Berlin Supports F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople Hold
A Denmark Hold
F Irish Sea - English Channel (*Fails*)
A Moscow Hold
A Munich Supports A Burgundy (*Ordered to Move*)
F Norway Hold
A Prussia Hold
A Silesia Hold
F Smyrna - Aegean Sea
F Sweden Hold

Turkey:
F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna


Retreats
------------
French A Picardy can retreat to Brest. Or OTB.
French F Spain(sc) can retreat to Mid-Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Lyon
or Portugal. Or OTB.
French F Tunis can retreat to Ionian Sea or Western Mediterranean.
Or OTB.
However, the retreats of France are not relevant for the outcome of
the game since Russia will achieve 18 SCs this Winter, thus ending
the game. The retreats don't matter for France's or anyone else's
survival either.

End of Game
-------------------
Russia has Solo'd with 18 SCs ending the game. All others have
Survived, except for Austria who went into CD earlier and then was
eliminated.
I would like to thank you all for playing and making this exciting
until the last turn. I also like to thank the players for sharing
their thoughts with me throughout the game; it spices up the game
for the GM as usually one has to miss out on all the interaction.
May I invite you all to write your Endgame comments? About your fun
and grievances, your victories and your defeats, your GM and the
players, about the missing pieces to the puzzle. I love to read those.

Ownership of SCs at the end of the game is as follows:
England: Edinburgh, London.
France: Brest, Paris, Portugal.
Germany: Belgium, Holland.
Italy: Greece, Marseilles, Naples, Rome, Spain, Trieste,
Tunis, Venice.
Russia: Ankara, Berlin, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople,
Denmark, Kiel, Liverpool, Moscow, Munich, Norway,
Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, St Petersburg, Sweden,
Vienna, Warsaw.
Turkey: Smyrna.

Austria: Supp 0
England: Supp 2
France: Supp 3
Germany: Supp 2
Italy: Supp 8
Russia: Supp 18
Turkey: Supp 1
Stats will be calculated once I have uploaded the Endgame information.
1906W - Endgame.gif>
.

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DC300 - Fall 1906 - Adjudication and... - bielf11   (Apr 15, 2010, 1:58 pm)
Fall 1906: the year that has been dubbed the Year of Truth.
After a huge number of envoys visited the Powers remaining the endgame proposal for a Russian Solo has been REJECTED again.
The leaders of the Powers are at a loss: how come that the EGP was rejected while all had spoken out in favor of the EGP?!
 
France chose to Hold all his units much to the benefit of Germany and Italy, who overtook no less than 2 SCs this Fall.
Russia performed an act of charity and supported the last remaining Turkish unit back into a safe harbour while also holding the majority of its units.
England, with only 2 units, avoided any losses by blocking the German attack on Edinburgh.
 
There are 3 retreats for this Autumn (all by France).
See below.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London Hold
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
F English Channel Hold
A Paris Hold
A Picardy Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Spain(sc) Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)

 
Germany:
A Belgium Supports A Burgundy - Picardy
A Burgundy - Picardy
A Ruhr - Holland
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Marseilles Supports F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)
F North Africa Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
A Piedmont Supports F Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)


 
Russia:
A Armenia Supports F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna
F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Berlin Supports F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople Hold
A Denmark Hold


F Irish Sea - English Channel (*Fails*)
A Moscow Hold
A Munich Supports A Burgundy (*Ordered to Move*)
F Norway Hold
A Prussia Hold
A Silesia Hold
F Smyrna - Aegean Sea
F Sweden Hold
 
Turkey:
F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna
 
 
Retreats
------------
French A Picardy can retreat to Brest. Or OTB.
French F Spain(sc) can retreat to Mid-Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Lyon or Portugal. Or OTB.
French F Tunis can retreat to Ionian Sea or Western Mediterranean. Or OTB.


However, the retreats of France are not relevant for the outcome of the game since Russia will achieve 18 SCs this Winter, thus ending the game. The retreats don't matter for France's or anyone else's survival either.

 
End of Game
-------------------
Russia has Solo'd with 18 SCs ending the game. All others have Survived, except for Austria who went into CD earlier and then was eliminated.
I would like to thank you all for playing and making this exciting until the last turn. I also like to thank the players for sharing their thoughts with me throughout the game; it spices up the game for the GM as usually one has to miss out on all the interaction.

May I invite you all to write your Endgame comments? About your fun and grievances, your victories and your defeats, your GM and the players, about the missing pieces to the puzzle. I love to read those.
 
Ownership of SCs at the end of the game is as follows:
England:   Edinburgh, London.
France:     Brest, Paris, Portugal.
Germany:  Belgium, Holland.
Italy:         Greece, Marseilles, Naples, Rome, Spain, Trieste,
                Tunis, Venice.
Russia:     Ankara, Berlin, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople,


                Denmark, Kiel, Liverpool, Moscow, Munich, Norway,
                Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, St Petersburg, Sweden,
                Vienna, Warsaw.
Turkey:     Smyrna.
 
Austria:    Supp  0
England:   Supp  2
France:     Supp  3
Germany:  Supp  2
Italy:         Supp  8
Russia:     Supp 18
Turkey:     Supp  1

Stats will be calculated once I have uploaded the Endgame information.

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DC300 - Fall 1906 - Adjudication and... (dc300) dknemeyer Apr 15, 02:04 pm
Alright, fess up: who voted it down???
Congrats Sun, you rolled us all in fairly short order!
Frank thanks so much for GM'ing. Even in nasty defeat it is certainly
appreciated...
Dirk

On Apr 15, 2010, at 2:58 PM, F Bielschowsky wrote:
Fall 1906: the year that has been dubbed the Year of Truth.
After a huge number of envoys visited the Powers remaining the
endgame proposal for a Russian Solo has been REJECTED again.
The leaders of the Powers are at a loss: how come that the EGP was
rejected while all had spoken out in favor of the EGP?!

France chose to Hold all his units much to the benefit of Germany
and Italy, who overtook no less than 2 SCs this Fall.
Russia performed an act of charity and supported the last remaining
Turkish unit back into a safe harbour while also holding the
majority of its units.
England, with only 2 units, avoided any losses by blocking the
German attack on Edinburgh.

There are 3 retreats for this Autumn (all by France).
See below.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London Hold
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
F English Channel Hold
A Paris Hold
A Picardy Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Spain(sc) Hold (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)

Germany:
A Belgium Supports A Burgundy - Picardy
A Burgundy - Picardy
A Ruhr - Holland
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Marseilles Supports F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)
F North Africa Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
A Piedmont Supports F Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)

Russia:
A Armenia Supports F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna
F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Berlin Supports F Baltic Sea - Kiel
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople Hold
A Denmark Hold
F Irish Sea - English Channel (*Fails*)
A Moscow Hold
A Munich Supports A Burgundy (*Ordered to Move*)
F Norway Hold
A Prussia Hold
A Silesia Hold
F Smyrna - Aegean Sea
F Sweden Hold

Turkey:
F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna


Retreats
------------
French A Picardy can retreat to Brest. Or OTB.
French F Spain(sc) can retreat to Mid-Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Lyon
or Portugal. Or OTB.
French F Tunis can retreat to Ionian Sea or Western Mediterranean.
Or OTB.
However, the retreats of France are not relevant for the outcome of
the game since Russia will achieve 18 SCs this Winter, thus ending
the game. The retreats don't matter for France's or anyone else's
survival either.

End of Game
-------------------
Russia has Solo'd with 18 SCs ending the game. All others have
Survived, except for Austria who went into CD earlier and then was
eliminated.
I would like to thank you all for playing and making this exciting
until the last turn. I also like to thank the players for sharing
their thoughts with me throughout the game; it spices up the game
for the GM as usually one has to miss out on all the interaction.
May I invite you all to write your Endgame comments? About your fun
and grievances, your victories and your defeats, your GM and the
players, about the missing pieces to the puzzle. I love to read those.

Ownership of SCs at the end of the game is as follows:
England: Edinburgh, London.
France: Brest, Paris, Portugal.
Germany: Belgium, Holland.
Italy: Greece, Marseilles, Naples, Rome, Spain, Trieste,
Tunis, Venice.
Russia: Ankara, Berlin, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople,
Denmark, Kiel, Liverpool, Moscow, Munich, Norway,
Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, St Petersburg, Sweden,
Vienna, Warsaw.
Turkey: Smyrna.

Austria: Supp 0
England: Supp 2
France: Supp 3
Germany: Supp 2
Italy: Supp 8
Russia: Supp 18
Turkey: Supp 1
Stats will be calculated once I have uploaded the Endgame information.
1906W - Endgame.gif>
.
DC300 - F1906 deadline rescheduled to April 15 at... - bielf11   (Apr 14, 2010, 2:59 pm)
Everyone has agreed to rush the adjudication for Fall 1906, so I will run it Thursday April 15 at 17:00GMT.
Last chance to submit your orders and your vote on the Russian Solo !
Frank

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A simple solution to the mystery - txurce   (Apr 13, 2010, 2:46 pm)
Fellow DC diplomats,

Russia can solo by holding, and he can avoid eliminating Turkey by taking Kiel and withdrawing from Smyrna. It's all in his control.

If the rest of you want to find out who is voting against the solo, or foil his reason for doing so, there's a very simple solution: everyone order "All units hold."

There is no reason for any player other than Russia to be moving any units, except to extend the game.

Jorge

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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - Sean2010   (Apr 13, 2010, 10:26 am)
I'm in favor of having everything done early.

My orders are in, and I vote yes to a Russian solo.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 08:11:49 -0700
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: sun.chung-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dirk-at-knemeyer.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

I vote in favor of an early decision, early vote. Russia votes "Yes". Is the best way for each player to individually write to you to say that they are voting for an early decision as well as what their vote is?

Sun

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:27 AM, F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])> wrote:

Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this.
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
[quote:d05c2e99ce]And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:d05c2e99ce]That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES again. Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:d05c2e99ce]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - sunchung   (Apr 13, 2010, 10:11 am)
I vote in favor of an early decision, early vote.  Russia votes "Yes".  Is the best way for each player to individually write to you to say that they are voting for an early decision as well as what their vote is?

Sun

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:27 AM, F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])> wrote:

Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this. 
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
[quote:6f8f306dab]And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:6f8f306dab] That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:6f8f306dab]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.






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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - bielf11   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:57 am)
Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this. 
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>

And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:47dfe218a4] That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:47dfe218a4]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.






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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - cfisher6   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:22 am)
As Dirk said we can say what we want in public, but all it takes is someone behind the scenes to screw it all up. To be honest that hadn't occured to me, I thought that our public vote would count and I'm in favor of that being the case if at all possible.

2010/4/13 <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>

That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce





-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
[quote:c171982534]Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:c171982534]I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:c171982534]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - dknemeyer   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:21 am)
And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the
fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish
this?

Thanks,

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling
everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES
again. Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com
; bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to
easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've
been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun
a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the
one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is
happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful
and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty
clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this
year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than
have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for
EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring
peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian
arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
[quote:0316c236ed]; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com
; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>

Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter

how > strenuously it is argued for.


Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia

makes > an monumental error.


Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 >

centers needed to win outright.


from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; > dirk-at-knemeyer.com

; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com



Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My >

vote goes for the Russian solo.


Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. >

There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not >
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If

you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will

save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another

adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war

but > failed once more.

The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the >

Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in >
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.

The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and

own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't
moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by
force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis;
a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last
very long.

Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from

your > inbox. Get started.


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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - Stabback   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:19 am)
That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES again. Bruce




-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:

Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:02c5c4a1a6]I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:02c5c4a1a6]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - sunchung   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:14 am)
I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:

Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:8a74c2e8e4] I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:8a74c2e8e4]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - dknemeyer   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:09 am)
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a
fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one
delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is
happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and
trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly
illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than
have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for
EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring
peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian
arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
[quote:519230a7a5]; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com
; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>

Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter

how > strenuously it is argued for.


Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia

makes > an monumental error.


Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 >

centers needed to win outright.


from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; > dirk-at-knemeyer.com

; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com



Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My >

vote goes for the Russian solo.


Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. >

There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not >
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If

you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will

save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another

adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war

but > failed once more.

The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the >

Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in >
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.

The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and

own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't
moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by
force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis;
a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last
very long.

Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from

your > inbox. Get started.
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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - Stabback   (Apr 13, 2010, 9:06 am)
I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce




-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.



[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - dknemeyer   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:59 am)
Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how
strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes
an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18
centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com;
dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My
vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game.
There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If
you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save
everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another
adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but
failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the
Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own
troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out
of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a
bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map
though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your
inbox. Get started.


[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - cfisher6   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:57 am)
Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?
 
Chris


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>

I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:70fd42dc85]You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
                            7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
                             5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
                          6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your inbox. Get started.




[/quote:70fd42dc85]

[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - dknemeyer   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:48 am)
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how
strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes
an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18
centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com;
dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My
vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game.
There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If
you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save
everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another
adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but
failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the
Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own
troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out
of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a
bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map
though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your
inbox. Get started.

[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - cfisher6   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:39 am)
You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!
 
Chris


2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>

Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.
 
Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
                             7
 
Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
                              5
 
Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
                           6
7+5+6= 18
 
I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.
 
from Sean
 
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.
 
Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.
 
Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
[quote:e7e272fd93] Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis
 
Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean
 
Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia
 
Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean
 
Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.
 
Frank






The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your inbox. Get started.
[/quote:e7e272fd93]

[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - Sean2010   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:28 am)
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank



The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your inbox. Get started.

[Reply]

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - Sean2010   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:28 am)
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank



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DC300 - EGP Russian Solo - up for voting this Fall - Sean2010   (Apr 13, 2010, 8:09 am)
Germany votes yes to a Russian solo.

from Sean

From: bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 09:54:08 +0200
Subject: DC300 - EGP Russian Solo - up for voting this Fall
To: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com
CC: dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Please send me your vote before the Fall deadline this Monday at 17:00 GMT.

Frank
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DC300 - EGP Russian Solo - up for voting this Fall - bielf11   (Apr 13, 2010, 2:54 am)
Please send me your vote before the Fall deadline this Monday at 17:00 GMT.

Frank

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DC300 - EGP Russian Solo - up for voting this Fall (dc300) Sean2010 Apr 13, 08:09 am
Germany votes yes to a Russian solo.

from Sean

From: bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 09:54:08 +0200
Subject: DC300 - EGP Russian Solo - up for voting this Fall
To: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com
CC: dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Please send me your vote before the Fall deadline this Monday at 17:00 GMT.

Frank
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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - cfisher6   (Apr 13, 2010, 1:52 am)
Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.
 
Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.
 
Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis
 
Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean
 
Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia
 
Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean
 
Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.
 
Frank

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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication - bielf11   (Apr 12, 2010, 2:24 pm)
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis
 
Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean
 
Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia
 
Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean
 
Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.
 
Frank

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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) cfisher6 Apr 13, 01:52 am
Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.
 
Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.
 
Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis
 
Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean
 
Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia
 
Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean
 
Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.
 
Frank

DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) Sean2010 Apr 13, 08:28 am
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank



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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) Sean2010 Apr 13, 08:28 am
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>

Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank



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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) cfisher6 Apr 13, 08:39 am
You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!
 
Chris


2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>

Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.
 
Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
                             7
 
Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
                              5
 
Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
                           6
7+5+6= 18
 
I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.
 
from Sean
 
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.
 
Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.
 
Chris
Turkey


2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
[quote:e7e272fd93] Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.
 
Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis
 
Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)
 
Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean
 
Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia
 
Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean
 
Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.
 
Frank






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[/quote:e7e272fd93]
DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) dknemeyer Apr 13, 08:48 am
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how
strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes
an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18
centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com;
dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My
vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game.
There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If
you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save
everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another
adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but
failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the
Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own
troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out
of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a
bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map
though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) cfisher6 Apr 13, 08:57 am
Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?
 
Chris


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>

I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:70fd42dc85]You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
                            7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
                             5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
                          6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your inbox. Get started.




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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) dknemeyer Apr 13, 08:59 am
Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how
strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes
an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18
centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com;
dirk-at-knemeyer.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My
vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game.
There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If
you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save
everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another
adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but
failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the
Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own
troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out
of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a
bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map
though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your
inbox. Get started.


DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) Stabback Apr 13, 09:06 am
I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce




-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.



DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) dknemeyer Apr 13, 09:09 am
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a
fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one
delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is
happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and
trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly
illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than
have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for
EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring
peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian
arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
[quote:519230a7a5]; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com
; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>

Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter

how > strenuously it is argued for.


Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia

makes > an monumental error.


Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 >

centers needed to win outright.


from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; > dirk-at-knemeyer.com

; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com



Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My >

vote goes for the Russian solo.


Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. >

There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not >
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If

you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will

save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another

adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war

but > failed once more.

The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the >

Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in >
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.

The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and

own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't
moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by
force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis;
a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last
very long.

Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from

your > inbox. Get started.
[/quote:519230a7a5]
DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) sunchung Apr 13, 09:14 am
I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:

Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:8a74c2e8e4] I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:8a74c2e8e4]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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[/quote:8a74c2e8e4]
DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) Stabback Apr 13, 09:19 am
That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES again. Bruce




-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:

Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:02c5c4a1a6]I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:02c5c4a1a6]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) dknemeyer Apr 13, 09:21 am
And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the
fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish
this?

Thanks,

Dirk


On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling
everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES
again. Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com
; bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to
easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've
been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun
a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the
one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is
happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful
and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty
clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this
year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than
have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for
EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring
peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian
arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
[quote:0316c236ed]; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com
; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com>

Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just
takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the
well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter

how > strenuously it is argued for.


Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're
looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain
his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia

makes > an monumental error.


Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 >

centers needed to win outright.


from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; > dirk-at-knemeyer.com

; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com



Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is
there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My >

vote goes for the Russian solo.


Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. >

There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not >
under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If

you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will

save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another

adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war

but > failed once more.

The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the >

Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in >
Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.

The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and

own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't
moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by
force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis;
a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last
very long.

Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of
Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from

your > inbox. Get started.


[/quote:0316c236ed]
DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) cfisher6 Apr 13, 09:22 am
As Dirk said we can say what we want in public, but all it takes is someone behind the scenes to screw it all up. To be honest that hadn't occured to me, I thought that our public vote would count and I'm in favor of that being the case if at all possible.

2010/4/13 <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>

That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce





-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
[quote:c171982534]Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:c171982534]I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:c171982534]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.




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[/quote:c171982534]
DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) bielf11 Apr 13, 09:57 am
Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this. 
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>

And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:47dfe218a4] That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:47dfe218a4]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.






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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) sunchung Apr 13, 10:11 am
I vote in favor of an early decision, early vote.  Russia votes "Yes".  Is the best way for each player to individually write to you to say that they are voting for an early decision as well as what their vote is?

Sun

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:27 AM, F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])> wrote:

Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this. 
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
[quote:6f8f306dab]And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:6f8f306dab] That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public.  But just to make it clear France votes YES again.  Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well.  Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first!  So I've been voting yes...  Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine.  I will once again vote for EPG.  All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:6f8f306dab]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


The New Busy is not the old busy. Search, chat and e-mail from your > inbox. Get started.






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DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication (dc300) Sean2010 Apr 13, 10:26 am
I'm in favor of having everything done early.

My orders are in, and I vote yes to a Russian solo.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 08:11:49 -0700
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: sun.chung-at-gmail.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
CC: dirk-at-knemeyer.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com

I vote in favor of an early decision, early vote. Russia votes "Yes". Is the best way for each player to individually write to you to say that they are voting for an early decision as well as what their vote is?

Sun

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:27 AM, F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])> wrote:

Dirk,

I won't push up the deadline unless everyone confirms that they're okay with this.
This way we prevent that someone is not around to confirm or submit orders before the original deadline.
Public votes are okay; secret votes of course too. After all, this is Diplomacy.


Frank


2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
[quote:d05c2e99ce]And if there is a secret no vote, Frank, can we possibly push up the fall adjudication? IF everyone gets their orders in can we just finish this?

Thanks,

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:18 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

[quote:d05c2e99ce]That just leaves Ben: perhaps Frank does not want us calling everyone out in public. But just to make it clear France votes YES again. Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>
To: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
Cc: loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email]); dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 8:14 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

I've been voting yes as well. Actually, for selfish reasons (to easily join another game) I need this game to finish first! So I've been voting yes... Russia votes "Yes" again.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:09 AM, Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])> wrote:
Hey Bruce,

I agree this is the most logical explanation but I've talked to Sun a fair amount in direct press and am pretty convinced he is NOT the one delaying it. That is the source of my frustration, I think it is happening either out of apathy or maybe somebody is just spiteful and trying to prove a point. I'm not sure. As has been pretty clearly illustrated, Russia WILL have the solo at the end of this year.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 10:05 AM, loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]) wrote:

I suspect that Sun - Russia - wants to achieve victory rather than have it handed to him, which is fine. I will once again vote for EPG. All of French forces will be holding in an attempt to bring peace to Europe and in recognition of the fine display of Russian arms and diplomacy.
Bruce


-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
To: Christopher Fisher <fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])>
Cc: Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Frank GM <bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])>; Benjamin Sum <dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email])>; Bruce Logan <loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email])>; Sun Chung <sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email])>; DC <dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication

Yes but it doesn't matter a damn what we all say publicly it just takes one to screw it up behind the scenes.

Dirk

On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:58 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

[quote:d05c2e99ce]Do you vote in favor then, Dirk?

Chris

2010/4/13 Dirk Knemeyer <dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email])>
I tried pleading for a vote last season. Somebody is poisoning the > well. I have zero faith in an EGP passing this season no matter how > strenuously it is argued for.

Dirk



On Apr 13, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Christopher Fisher wrote:

You missed Liverpool, also a Russian province at the moment. We're > looking at 19 centers at the close of this year!

Chris

2010/4/13 Sean O'Donnell <sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email])>
Chris has a point. I would also point out that Russia will attain > his 18 supply centers; provided, I'm not miss counting/Russia makes > an monumental error.

Nwy, Swe, Den= 3
Mos, Stp, War, Sev= 4
7

Ber, Kie, Mun= 3
Vie and Bud= 2
5

Ser, Rum, Bul= 3
Con, Ank, Smy= 3
6
7+5+6= 18

I believe that Russia has attained the ability to attain the 18 > centers needed to win outright.

from Sean

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 14:52:50 +0800
Subject: Re: DC300 - Spring 1906 adjudication
From: fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com ([email]fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com[/email])
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com[/email])
CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com ([email]dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com[/email]); loganlaw299-at-aol.com ([email]loganlaw299-at-aol.com[/email]); > dirk-at-knemeyer.com ([email]dirk-at-knemeyer.com[/email]); sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com ([email]sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com[/email]); sun.chung-at-gmail.com ([email]sun.chung-at-gmail.com[/email]); dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com[/email])


Frank, I'd like to propose yet another EGP for a Russian solo. Is > there any way to decide on the EGP prior to the adjudication? My > vote goes for the Russian solo.

Guys, lets just get this over with and move on to the next game. > There is no way to prevent a solo at this point as Russia is not > under any sort of threat to lose an SC. That will put him at 18. If > you didn't send in a vote in the past please do so now, it will save > everyone some time and Frank the trouble of compiling another > adjudication.

Chris
Turkey

2010/4/13 F Bielschowsky <bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com ([email]bielschowsky.f-at-googlemail.com[/email])>
Spring 1906: the Powers tried again to bring an end to this war but > failed once more.
The Russian Solo EGP was rejected.
And thus the war continues...
...the Turks flee Smyrna fearing a full-blown attack from the > Russians. The Russians however only ordered their fleet in > Constantinople to Smyrna; it appears that they had the right intel.
The French army in Belgium gets squeezed between the Germans and own > troops and has to disband. And if the French fleet hadn't moved out > of Marseille, the Italians would have done that by force. They are a > bit more fortunate in the south and take Tunis; a look at the map > though shows that its occupation may not last very long.
Not sure whether the Germans will be celebrating their capture of > Belgium because the Russians overtook Denmark and Berlin.
No retreats required.

Adjudication
------------------
England:
F London - North Sea (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

France:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Disbanded*)
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Marseilles - Spain(sc)
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Picardy Supports A Belgium (*Cut*)
F Western Mediterranean - Tunis

Germany:
A Burgundy - Picardy (*Fails*)
A Holland - Belgium
A Ruhr Supports A Holland - Belgium
F Yorkshire - Edinburgh (*Bounce*)

Italy:
A Greece Hold
F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Naples - Tyrrhenian Sea
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Piedmont Supports F Gulf of Lyon - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia:
A Armenia Hold
F Baltic Sea Supports A Sweden - Denmark
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Smyrna
F Liverpool - Irish Sea
A Moscow - Prussia (*Fails*)
A Munich Hold
F Norway - Sweden
A Prussia - Berlin
A Silesia Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) - Norway
A Sweden - Denmark
A Warsaw - Prussia

Turkey:
F Smyrna - Eastern Mediterranean

Deadline for Fall 1906 orders is Monday April 19 at 17:00 GMT.
No EGP up for voting this Fall. EGPs are welcome at any time.

Frank


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A simple solution to the mystery (dc300) txurce Apr 13, 02:46 pm
Fellow DC diplomats,

Russia can solo by holding, and he can avoid eliminating Turkey by taking Kiel and withdrawing from Smyrna. It's all in his control.

If the rest of you want to find out who is voting against the solo, or foil his reason for doing so, there's a very simple solution: everyone order "All units hold."

There is no reason for any player other than Russia to be moving any units, except to extend the game.

Jorge
DC300 - Winter 1905 adjustments - Sean2010   (Apr 08, 2010, 1:12 pm)
I vote yes to the Russian solo.

Frank, is there any objection making my vote now or do I need to repeat it in the following orders?

from Sean

CC: dreamsynergy-at-hotmail.com; loganlaw299-at-aol.com; fisher.chrisw-at-gmail.com; sean_o_donnell-at-hotmail.com; sun.chung-at-gmail.com; dc300-at-diplomaticcorp.com
From: dirk-at-knemeyer.com
To: bielschowsky.f-at-gmail.com
Subject: Re: DC300 - Winter 1905 adjustments
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 14:06:51 -0400

C'mon guys, let's get this over with...

Re-prepose a Russian solo for the spring.

Dirk


On Apr 7, 2010, at 1:56 PM, F Bielschowsky wrote:

[quote:76ec462ab5]Winter 1905: the EGP for a Russian Solo was rejected.

Adjustments
--------------------
England:
Remove F Edinburgh

France:
Build A Paris

Germany:
Remove A Denmark
Remove F Helgoland Bight

Italy:
Build F Naples

Russia:
Build F St Petersburg(nc)
Build A Moscow

Turkey:
Remove F Aegean Sea

Spring 1906 deadline is Monday, April 12 at 17:00 GMT.
New EGPs are welcome at any time Wink

Frank
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DC300 - EGP - bielf11   (Apr 07, 2010, 2:33 pm)
You all received an EGP from Dirk for another Russian Solo.
This EGP will be up for voting after the next adjudication, i.e. with Summer or Fall 1906 orders.
You can always propose EGPs conditionally if you don't want to have to wait another turn for the next EGP vote.
 
Any votes that I received since the EGP was proposed will be counted towards the next voting.
IMPORTANT: some GMs rule that EGPs can be proposed without a vote HOWEVER that's not how it works with my games.
Anyone that proposes an EGP, automatically, that is by default, votes IN FAVOR OF the EGP. Therefor if someone wants to propose an EGP but wants to vote against it for whatever reason, he needs to make that NAY vote explicit.
 
Frank

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