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3-Way Draw - Spring 1907


 

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G.M.MattTheLesser
G.M. emailkremer-dot-matthew-at-gmail-dot-com
TypeRegular
BuildStandard
MapStandard
VariantStandard
Cur SeasonSpring 00
Next Deadline2009-10-20 @ 01:00:00 GMT
Result3-Way Draw
S. C.34
Players7
StatusClosed
Start Date2009-07-09
End Date2009-10-19
Real-Life Time103 days
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| MattTheLesser's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
Chg
Rtg
New
0 Austria Countryman Blank9SensFan33Eliminated 0 12 0 -5.83 1178
0 England Artisan Blank9AdamskyAbandon 3 6 1 -7.42 1176.94
1 England Captain of the Watch Silver Star9LaneSurvival 2 13 0 -1.44 1209.92
0 France Countryman Blank9bkloungeSurvival 2 13 0 -4.44 1184.39
0 Germany Captain of the Watch Blank9charlesfDraw 11 13 0 6.87 1224.15
0 Italy Captain of the Watch Blank9jyanSurvival 5 13 0 -4.07 1204.22
0 Russia Captain of the Watch Silver Star9Wladimir7Draw 6 13 0 6.87 1224.15
0 Turkey Countryman Blank9icg.kevinDraw 8 13 0 6.87 1224.15
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PREV  Summer 1907 Adjudication:  NEXT    

So, as I think you all were expecting, the draw proposal has passed and DC266 has come to a close! Let me be the first to congratulate Charles of Germany, Brandon of Russia, and Kevin of Turkey on a well-earned share of the victory! I also want to thank all our other players; Aidan of England (who earns special thanks for stepping in as a replacement), Brian of France, and Jyri of Italy earn survivals, while William of Austria records an elimination.

This was a very interesting game for me to watch progress. Germany grew rapidly and at one point I definitely thought a German solo was imminent. However, a strong stop-the-leader coalition formed, and the German threat was repulsed. I was particularly impressed with the EFI triple that formed to slow Germany in the west; all three of these powers were very weak, but they began to play as one and, remarkably, were all able to survive. Russia and Turkey, meanwhile, also benefited from a strong alliance, and I am somewhat surprised that they not only agreed to but organized this draw. I feel they had the most to gain from continuing and that in general there were developments still to come in this game, but of course I was not in on the negotiations and thus don't know the full story. So that's why it is up to all of you to tell it in your EOG's!

Because this is a simple standard game I am not going to require EOG's, but of course I encourage you all to write them; just send them directly to everyone. For those not familiar with the concept, and EOG (end of game statement) is a way for you to share with everyone how the game went for you, what you were thinking/planning, what worked, what didn't, ect. Include as much or as little as you want.

Thanks again to all for a good one,
Matt

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