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dc91 f07 retreats & builds! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 14, 2007, 3:59 pm)
This game now has its own forum! You can visit, at dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com[/email]) by a valid member will automatically post to this forum.
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Next: Spring 08, due Friday 9//21, 2pm Pacific!

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RETREATS:

Italy:
F Ionian Sea - Tunis

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BUILDS:

England:
Build A London

France: NBR
Defaults, removing A Burgundy

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Enjoy,
-mike

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dc91 s10 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Check out the Austrian wall of fleets... who's ever seen 5 in a row like that before? Yeah those are Austrian. On other fronts, England makes a strong move into Finland, and what's going on there in Greece?

Next: Let's go with Tuesday 11/6, 2pm Pacific

Enjoy!
-mike



Austria:
F Adriatic Sea - Ionian Sea
A Apulia, no move received
A Galicia, no move received
F Ionian Sea - Naples
F Naples - Rome
F Rome - Tuscany
A Rumania - Bulgaria
A Trieste - Albania
F Tuscany - Piedmont
A Tyrolia Supports A Munich
A Venice Supports F Tuscany - Piedmont

England:
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
A Denmark - Sweden
A Gascony - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Gulf of Lyon Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
F Gulf of Bothnia Supports A Sweden - Finland
A Kiel Supports A Ruhr
A Marseilles - Piedmont (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Denmark
A Norway - St Petersburg (*Bounce*)
F Norwegian Sea - Barents Sea
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
A Sweden - Finland
F Tunis Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Tunis
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea

Russia:
F Aegean Sea - Greece
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Livonia - St Petersburg (*Bounce*)
A Munich Hold
A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Silesia - Prussia
F St Petersburg(sc) - Finland (*Fails*)

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dc91 - diamond anniversary? - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Fall '10:
Diamonds may last forever - but players don't! ...if you don't turn in orders...
Moves due tomorrow, 2pm Pacific.
-mike

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dc91 f10 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
3 retreats and an English build all due Thursday, 2pm Pacific!

RETREATS:

England:
F Gulf of Lyon
F Tyrrhenian Sea

Russia:
F Greece

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BUILDS:

England: Build 1 (or 2 or 3 if disbanding fleets)
Russia: Build 0 (or 1 if disbanding Greece)

Retreats AND builds due Thursday!

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ORDERS:

Austria:
A Albania - Greece
A Apulia - Venice
A Bulgaria Supports A Albania - Greece
A Galicia - Silesia
F Ionian Sea Supports F Rome - Tyrrhenian Sea (*Cut*)
F Naples Supports F Rome - Tyrrhenian Sea
F Piedmont - Gulf of Lyon
F Rome - Tyrrhenian Sea
F Tuscany Supports F Piedmont - Gulf of Lyon
A Tyrolia Supports A Venice - Piedmont
A Venice - Piedmont

England:
F Barents Sea Supports A Finland - St Petersburg
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
F Denmark - Baltic Sea
A Finland - St Petersburg
A Gascony - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Gulf of Lyon Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea (*Dislodged*)
F Gulf of Bothnia Supports A Finland - St Petersburg
A Kiel Supports A Burgundy - Munich
A Marseilles - Piedmont (*Fails*)
A Norway Supports A Finland - St Petersburg
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
A Sweden - Finland
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Gulf of Lyon (*Dislodged*)
F Western Mediterranean - North Africa

Russia:
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia, no move received
F Greece Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Livonia Supports F St Petersburg(sc)
A Moscow Supports F St Petersburg(sc)
A Munich Hold
A Prussia Supports A Livonia
F St Petersburg(sc) Hold (*Disbanded*)

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dc91 f10 builds - Thank Heaven... - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Thank Heaven for year Eleven!

All retreats and builds in early this time…

Draw proposal for Spring ’11: 3-way AER draw. Vote yes/no by the spring deadline. Spring ’11 due Monday 11/12, 2pm Pacific, tho I will run the turn early if at any point I have 3 yes votes.

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RETREATS:

England:
F Gulf of Lyon - Spain(sc)
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Western Mediterranean

Russia: Disband F Greece


BUILDS:

England: Build F London
Russia: Build A Warsaw

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dc91 s11 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
3-way draw is voted down… sorry for the late results!
Fall 11 due Friday 11/16, 2pm Pacific.

Cliff notes: F Lon-Nth, everything else holds.
Smile
-mike


Austria:
A Bulgaria, no move received
A Greece, no move received
F Gulf of Lyon Hold
F Ionian Sea Hold
F Naples Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
A Piedmont, no move received
A Silesia, no move received
F Tuscany Supports F Gulf of Lyon
A Tyrolia Supports A Munich
F Tyrrhenian Sea Hold
A Venice, no move received

England:
F Baltic Sea Supports A St Petersburg - Livonia
F Barents Sea Supports A Finland - St Petersburg (*Fails*)
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
A Finland - St Petersburg (*Fails*)
A Gascony Supports A Marseilles
F Gulf of Bothnia Supports A St Petersburg - Livonia
A Kiel Supports A Ruhr
F London - North Sea
A Marseilles Supports F Spain(sc)
F North Africa Supports F Tunis
A Norway Supports A Finland - St Petersburg (*Fails*)
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
F Spain(sc) Supports F Western Mediterranean
A St Petersburg - Livonia (*Fails*)
F Tunis Supports F Western Mediterranean
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tunis

Russia:
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Livonia Supports A Moscow (*Cut*)
A Moscow Supports A Livonia
A Munich Supports A Berlin (*Cut*)
A Prussia Supports A Berlin
A Warsaw Supports A Livonia

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dc91 f11 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Norway moves to Holland, everything else bounces…
A new 3-way draw is proposed. Vote w your spring ’12 orders.

Player(s) have asked to call the game… if England can not demonstrate a means by which he can break the stalemate line, I will declare the game a draw in Fall ’12. That will be 2 consecutive years of no change other than English units moving around behind the line.

Spring '12 due Wed 11/21, 2pm Pacific to get it in before the Holidays.

Austria:
A Bulgaria, no move received
A Greece, no move received
F Gulf of Lyon Hold
F Ionian Sea Hold
F Naples Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
A Piedmont, no move received
A Silesia, no move received
F Tuscany Supports F Gulf of Lyon
A Tyrolia Supports A Munich
F Tyrrhenian Sea Hold
A Venice, no move received

England:
F Baltic Sea Supports A St Petersburg - Livonia
F Barents Sea Supports A Finland - St Petersburg (*Fails*)
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
A Finland - St Petersburg (*Fails*)
A Gascony Supports A Marseilles
F Gulf of Bothnia Supports A St Petersburg - Livonia
A Kiel Supports A Burgundy - Munich
A Marseilles Supports F Spain(sc)
F North Africa Supports F Tunis
F North Sea Convoys A Norway - Holland
A Norway - Holland
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
F Spain(sc) Supports F Western Mediterranean
A St Petersburg - Livonia (*Fails*)
F Tunis Supports F Western Mediterranean
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tunis

Russia:
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Livonia Supports A Moscow (*Cut*)
A Moscow Supports A Livonia
A Munich Supports A Berlin (*Cut*)
A Prussia Supports A Berlin
A Warsaw Supports A Livonia

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dc91 Game End!! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
3-WAY DRAW!
Congrats to Cory, Ron, and Lee as they agree to call the game a draw.

End-Game Statements are definitely welcome and encouraged!

Final Standings:

Tied 1st: 16 centers – England / Cory
Tied 1st: 11 centers – Austria / Ron
Tied 1st: 7 centers – Russia / Lee
Tied 4th: Eliminated, F08 – Italy / Tom O
Tied 4th: Eliminated, F08 – France / Tom S
6th: Eliminated, F04 – Turkey / Ismael
7th: Civil Disorder F03 – Germany / Matthew

NMR’s
Germany: S02, S03, F03 = Civil Disorder
Turkey: S03
France: F04
Italy: F07

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dc91 Game End!! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
DC91ers,

Thanks obviously to Mike who GM’ed like a star and helped answer my questions when I asked them.

So Russia’s story,

As soon as I saw some newbies joining the game I thought this was the one for me ( I had only 2 previous games of standard under my belt) and it was about time I got back to standard Diplomacy. Ron joined up and even before we were assigned our countries we agreed to form some form of alliance. It was this alliance that kept me in the game and eventually gave me a part of the 3-way.

So Austria and Russia had an agreement and it was from there that I tired to form some sort of alliance with Germany and England so that I could get into Turkey. I wanted to share Scandinavia with them. The opening moves from them were ok but Turkeys’ move was immediately aggressive and meant that my fleet was stranded in the Black Sea trying to support Sev. Germany and England moved in on stp after bouncing me out of Sweden. Then Germany stopped playing. It’s always a shame when this happens as it totally changed the game. I managed to side with Cory/England while we cleared up Germany and meanwhile in the South I managed to knock out Turkey with a lot of help from Italy and Austria.

It was then that I had to make a decision. I know a lot of players would have stabbed Austria as there were many opportunities for me to take unguarded centres from Ron. I am probably too honest for this game and honoured our agreement which resulted in the 3-way stalemate. Well done Ron on your first game and well done Cory for always being in with a shout of a solo until the very end. I hope to work with you both again.

Thanks again to Mike

Lee
Russia

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Subject: dc91 Game End!!

3-WAY DRAW!
Congrats to Cory, Ron, and Lee as they agree to call the game a draw.

End-Game Statements are definitely welcome and encouraged!

Final Standings:

Tied 1st: 16 centers – England / Cory
Tied 1st: 11 centers – Austria / Ron
Tied 1st: 7 centers – Russia / Lee
Tied 4th: Eliminated, F08 – Italy / Tom O
Tied 4th: Eliminated, F08 – France / Tom S
6th: Eliminated, F04 – Turkey / Ismael
7th: Civil Disorder F03 – Germany / Matthew

NMR’s
Germany: S02, S03, F03 = Civil Disorder
Turkey: S03
France: F04
Italy: F07

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dc91 out of the attic - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Ok folks time to dig this one out of the attic, wipe off the cobwebs and polish up the swords… We’ve got a game to play!

Deadline for Spring ’10 is currently set for Wednesday / Halloween. Lee can you confirm you’re back in action… stronger… better… and more well-rested than ever?
-mike

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dc91 f09 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Next: Spring ’10 due Halloween, 10/31, 2pm Pacific.
Lee pls confirm when you’re back from vacation!

Austria:
F Adriatic Sea - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Apulia Hold
A Budapest - Galicia
A Bulgaria - Rumania
F Ionian Sea - Naples (*Fails*)
F Naples - Rome (*Fails*)
A Piedmont - Venice
F Rome - Tuscany (*Fails*)
F Tuscany - Piedmont (*Bounce*)
A Tyrolia Supports A Munich
A Venice - Trieste

England:
F Baltic Sea - Gulf of Bothnia
A Belgium - Denmark
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
A Denmark - Sweden
A Edinburgh - Norway
A Gascony - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Gulf of Lyon Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
A Kiel Supports A Ruhr
A Marseilles - Piedmont (*Bounce*)
F North Sea Convoys A Belgium - Denmark
F Norwegian Sea Convoys A Edinburgh - Norway
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
F Tunis Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
F Tyrrhenian Sea, no move received
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea

Russia:
F Aegean Sea Supports F Ionian Sea (*Ordered to Move*)
A Armenia - Sevastopol
A Berlin Hold
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Munich Hold
A Silesia Supports A Berlin
F St Petersburg(sc) Supports A Warsaw - Livonia
A Warsaw - Livonia

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dc91 f07 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Italy I can't find any moves from you this season... if you've sent them pls let me know asap. Otherwise remember 2 consecutive nmr's would mean civil disorder!

Italian F ION is dislodged, can retreat to Tunis or Eastern Med by Friday, 2pm Pacific!

Also due Friday, 2pm...

England builds 1
France removes 1

(I will adj early as soon as I have the retreat and 2 build orders)

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Special notice... I'm now experimenting with this game in the new forums... any mail sent to dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com[/email]) should automatically post to our new forum, at www.diplomaticcorp.com/phpbb2.

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Austria:
F Adriatic Sea Supports F Aegean Sea - Ionian Sea
F Aegean Sea - Ionian Sea
F Albania Supports F Aegean Sea - Ionian Sea
A Bulgaria Hold
F Greece Supports F Aegean Sea - Ionian Sea
A Serbia - Trieste
A Trieste - Venice
A Tyrolia - Piedmont
A Venice - Apulia

England:
A Belgium - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Brest Supports A Gascony - Paris
F Denmark Supports A Kiel
F English Channel Hold
A Gascony - Paris
A Holland - Ruhr
A Kiel Supports A Holland - Ruhr
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - Western Mediterranean
F North Sea Hold
A Spain - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea
F Western Mediterranean - Gulf of Lyon

France:
A Burgundy - Paris (*Fails*)
A Marseilles - Spain (*Fails*)

Italy:
F Ionian Sea, no move received (*Dislodged*)
F Naples, no move received
A Rome, no move received

Russia:
A Berlin Hold
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
F Constantinople - Aegean Sea
A Munich Hold
A Silesia Supports A Berlin
A Smyrna, no move received
F St Petersburg(sc), no move received
A Ukraine - Galicia

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dc91 tomorrow! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Moves due tomorrow, under 24 hours to go…
-mike

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dc91 s08 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
More progress for the triumvirate, more losses for France and Italy.

Next: Fall ’08, due in 1 week… Friday, Sep 28, 2pm Pacific
(or sooner if draw passes per below)

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There is a proposal to end the game in an AER 3-way draw.

Need 5 yes votes to pass… vote with your fall orders. If I get 5 yes votes marked final sooner, I’ll call the game a draw, with the two small powers getting a survival by a hair.

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There is one retreat… French army Marseilles can only go to Piedmont so I’ll take the liberty and move it there.
2 Italian units are disbanded, no retreat possible.

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Austria:
F Adriatic Sea Supports A Apulia
F Albania - Ionian Sea
A Apulia Supports A Venice - Rome
A Bulgaria - Serbia
F Greece Hold
F Ionian Sea - Naples
A Piedmont - Tuscany
A Trieste - Venice
A Venice - Rome

England:
A Belgium - Burgundy
A Brest - Gascony (*Bounce*)
F Denmark Supports A Kiel
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
F Gulf of Lyon Supports A Spain - Marseilles
A Kiel Hold
A London - Belgium
F North Sea Convoys A London - Belgium
A Paris Supports A Belgium - Burgundy
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
A Spain - Marseilles
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea - Naples
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea

France:
A Marseilles - Gascony (*Dislodged*)

Italy:
F Naples Supports A Rome (*Disbanded*)
A Rome Supports F Naples (*Disbanded*)
F Tunis Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Ionian Sea (*Void*)

Russia:
F Aegean Sea Hold
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Galicia Hold
A Munich Hold
A Silesia Supports A Munich
A Smyrna Hold
F St Petersburg(sc) Hold

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dc91 & dc118 tomorrow! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Many moves not in,
-mike

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dc91 f08 results! - A Tom-ultuous day - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Draw is voted down as 2 of the 5 players are eliminated.

A huge thank you to Tom & Tom for sticking it out to the end, and better luck next game! End-Game-Statements are always fun, send to the group and cc to dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com ([email]dc091(at)diplomaticcorp.com[/email]), or wait till the game is over and I'll bring it up again.



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Next: Builds are due Monday 10/1, 2pm Pacific

Austria: Build 2
England: Build 2

Current Standings:

England: 15
Austria: 11
Russia: 8

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2 retreats but both are a forced disband in the winter so we can skip those:

France: disband A Piedmont
Italy: disband F Tunis

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Austria:
F Adriatic Sea - Ionian Sea
A Apulia Hold
F Greece Hold
F Ionian Sea - Naples
F Naples - Rome
A Rome - Venice
A Serbia - Bulgaria
A Tuscany Supports A Venice - Piedmont
A Venice - Piedmont

England:
A Belgium Supports A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Brest - Gascony
A Burgundy - Marseilles (*Fails*)
F Denmark Supports A Kiel
F Gulf of Lyon - Tyrrhenian Sea
A Kiel Supports A Ruhr
A Marseilles - Piedmont (*Fails*)
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - Spain(sc)
F North Sea Supports F Denmark
A Paris - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tunis

France:
A Piedmont - Venice (*Dislodged*)

Italy:
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)

Russia:
F Aegean Sea Hold
A Berlin Supports A Munich
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Galicia Hold
A Munich Hold
A Silesia Supports A Munich
A Smyrna Hold
F St Petersburg(sc) Hold

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dc91 f08 builds! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Next: Spring ’09 due this Friday 10/5, 2pm Pacific

Austria:
Build F Trieste
Build A Budapest

England:
Build F Edinburgh
Build A Liverpool

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dc91 draw proposal - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
There is a proposal for a draw in dc91. Normally I'd make the proposal be announced w the results and voting for next season but seeing as this season has just begun I'll take it for the current turn.

3-way draw, AER

Vote with your Spring '09 orders - 3 yes votes needed to pass, by Friday.
-mike

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dc91 s09 Results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Draw is voted down, game on!

Fall ’09 due Thursday 10/11, 2pm Pacific

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Austria:
A Apulia Hold
A Budapest Hold
A Bulgaria Hold
F Greece - Ionian Sea
F Ionian Sea - Naples
F Naples - Rome
A Piedmont Hold
F Rome - Tuscany
F Trieste - Adriatic Sea
A Tuscany - Venice
A Venice - Tyrolia

England:
A Belgium - Denmark
A Burgundy - Belgium
F Denmark - Baltic Sea
F Edinburgh - Norwegian Sea
A Gascony Supports A Paris - Burgundy
A Kiel Supports A Ruhr
A Liverpool - Edinburgh
A Marseilles Supports A Paris - Burgundy
F North Sea Convoys A Belgium - Denmark
A Paris - Burgundy
A Ruhr Supports A Kiel
F Spain(sc) - Gulf of Lyon
F Tunis Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Spain(sc) - Gulf of Lyon
F Western Mediterranean Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea

Russia:
F Aegean Sea, no move received
A Berlin Hold
A Bohemia Supports A Munich
A Galicia - Warsaw
A Munich Hold
A Silesia Supports A Munich
A Smyrna - Armenia
F St Petersburg(sc), no move received

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dc91 s07 results! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Now in our 7th year...



Austria circles the wagons, while Russia moves into Constantinople... in the west the Brits squeak another fleet into the Mediterranean and surround Marseilles! Is this "la dernière position" for France?



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Next: No retreats so we move on to Fall '07: Wednesday 9/12, 2pm Pacific



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Austria:
F Adriatic Sea Supports A Venice
F Albania - Greece
A Bulgaria Hold
F Constantinople - Aegean Sea
A Greece - Serbia
A Serbia - Trieste
F Trieste - Albania
A Tyrolia - Piedmont (*Bounce*)
A Venice Supports A Tyrolia - Piedmont (*Cut*)



England:
A Belgium - Burgundy (*Fails*)
A Brest - Gascony
F Denmark Supports A Kiel
A Edinburgh - Holland
F English Channel Convoys A London - Brest
A Kiel Hold
A London - Brest
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - Western Mediterranean
F North Sea Convoys A Edinburgh - Holland
F Portugal - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
A Spain Supports A Brest - Gascony
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea



France:
A Burgundy - Marseilles (*Fails*)
A Marseilles - Piedmont (*Bounce*)



Italy:
F Ionian Sea Hold
F Naples Supports F Ionian Sea
A Rome - Venice (*Fails*)



Russia:
A Berlin Supports A Munich
F Black Sea - Constantinople
A Munich Supports A Berlin
A Sevastopol - Ukraine
A Silesia - Bohemia
A Smyrna Supports F Black Sea - Constantinople
F St Petersburg(sc) Hold
A Warsaw - Silesia

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