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DCI #3 (2008) Rd 2/2


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Cur SeasonSpring 00
Next Deadline2008-12-16 @ 08:00:00 GMT
Result3-Way Draw
S. C.34
Start Date2008-10-02
End Date2008-12-18
Real-Life Time78 days
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| deathblade_penguin's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Gold Star9leewarrentaylorAbandon 5 4 0 -6.28 1226.72
1 Austria Order of the Shrubbery Gold Star9garry.bledsoeSurvival 4 10 0 -0.46 1206.8
0 England Order of the Ocelot Gold Star9txurceSurvival 5 10 0 -4.15 1272.37
0 France Order of the Alliance Gold Star9FuzzyLogicDraw 7 10 0 4.68 1419.71
0 Germany Captain of the Watch Silver Star9cl2849Draw 7 10 0 7.36 1255.27
0 Italy Order of the Brown Bear Gold Star9m_don_jSurvival 1 10 0 -4.99 1293.23
0 Russia Captain of the Watch Gold Star9NigsSurvival 1 10 0 -5.2 1305.49
0 Turkey Captain of the Watch Gold Star9ddz999cat23Draw 9 10 0 7.45 1249.79

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Dc214 Fall 1905

Well I made you wait an extra 2 days, but the FGT draw has passed.

Congratulations to

Mike Sims - France

Clark Landry - Germany

Dan Dzikowicz - Turkey

In 4th place, we have Jorge Saralegui as England (5 Sc)

In 5th place, we have Garry Bledsoe as Austria (4 Sc)

and joint 6th place we have Nigel Phillips - Russia (1 Sc) and Mikael Johansson - Italy (1 Sc)

I would love to hear some EG statement on this and the DCI.

It has been a pleasure to GM such a talented group of players.

Dci 2008

Organiser's Comment: I, for one, really enjoyed this year's DC. I know some players were not in favour of the gunboat game but overall I think the 2 games were played very well. All 11 of my 'selected' players played to 110% of their ability (again with one withdrawal from my original 6). I am amazed that both games have ended in 2008, when traditionally we normally finish around April but then I wonder if the Christmas season and upcoming winter blitz have been responsible the large number of DC games that are finishing at the moment.

I would like to thank all the players for their commitment to the games, and a special thankyou to the players who sent me comments, opinions, feedback and general emails as we went along. I particularly loved the diplomacy that was happening in the second game.

anyway - without further ado. Final Standings of the DCI 2008

In reverse order..

In 10th Position on 1 point is Derek Eyler.
In 9th Position on 1 point is Brian Lam

In 8th Position on 4 points is Lee Taylor
In 7th Position on 4 points is Nigel Phillips
In 6th Position on 4 points is Garry Bledsoe

In 5th Position on 7 points is Mike Sims
In 4th Position on 7.5 points is Mikael Johansson

In 3rd Position on 8.5 points is Clark Landry
In 2nd Position (and first runner up) on 10 points is Jorge Saralegui

so In 1st Position, a relative newcomer (perhaps his unknowness helped him in this year's diplomacy) is
Dan Dzikowicz.

Standings in the DCI ranking table.

At Start of Competition

Mike Sims 1st
Mikael 3rd
Clark 5th
Lee 7th
Jorge 9th
Nigel 16th
Brian 21st
Dan 23rd
Derek 27th
Garry 81st

At the end of the competetion, we have

Mike Sims 1st (no change)

Mikael 3rd (no change)

Nigel 5th (+11 positions)

Jorge 6th (+3 positions)

Clark 8th (-3 positions)

Brian 10th (+11 positions)

Derek 11th (+14 positions)

Lee 15th (-8 positions)

Dan 18th (+5 positions)

Garry 45th (+36 positions)


Steve - DCI Tournament Director.

Diplomacy games may contain lying, stabbing, or deliberately deceiving communications that may not be suitable for and may pose a hazard to young children, gullible adults, and small farm animals.

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