Finished: 01 PM Thu 28 Oct 21 UTC
10 minutes /phase
Pot: 2 D - Autumn, 1963, Finished
1 excused NMR / regain after 5 turn(s) / extend always
Game won by svkrIs (1231 D)

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28 Oct 21 UTC Spring, 1960: (lambda.nrx): Hello again
28 Oct 21 UTC Spring, 1960: (svkrIs): well hope I'm not USSR this time...
28 Oct 21 UTC Spring, 1960: (lambda.nrx): If you are, you could try an even more exotic opening. Moskov to Caucasus maybe. (But that's probably bad)
28 Oct 21 UTC Spring, 1960: (svkrIs): as idiot as Shanghai - Saigon...
28 Oct 21 UTC Spring, 1960: (lambda.nrx): Yes
28 Oct 21 UTC GameMaster: USSR voted for a Concede. If everyone (but one) votes concede the game will end and the player _not_ voting Concede will get all the points. Everybody else will get a defeat.
28 Oct 21 UTC My Spring 1963 move was terrible
28 Oct 21 UTC a concede?
28 Oct 21 UTC There is no way to win this anymore
28 Oct 21 UTC still playable for me...
28 Oct 21 UTC as my troops lockdown in some stupid positions
28 Oct 21 UTC It doesn't look that bad now, but I would have to destroy two troops and you could build two additional ones.
28 Oct 21 UTC disband Nwy, Iran and then you'll take Shh/Egypt/Panama for sure, Leningrad possible Leningrad, WGE, and I don't think it's easy for me to get 3.
28 Oct 21 UTC the numbers of troops means nothing in this map - the positions they are counts.
28 Oct 21 UTC then it will turn to you have points, I have position, move on and on.
28 Oct 21 UTC At a difference of two, it's still possible to win with a good position, but with a difference of three you just have to play defensively and you'd win.
28 Oct 21 UTC I disagree but not worth arguing, thanks for the game.
28 Oct 21 UTC Thank you
28 Oct 21 UTC At which point would you concede? Never?
28 Oct 21 UTC Not never, but I just consider this still playable.
Also I just turned over a 3-point-difference game in the recent tournament.