Nine of us were there by 6:30, so Game No. 325 started on time. The players, including online players but first-time Weasels Tim Schwartz (playdiplomacy.com) and Tyrone Ferguson (webdiplomacy.net), played to a seven-way draw. The game ended by time limit after the Fall 1907 turn in the following center counts:
Austria (Tim Schwartz): 6; 17.143 points.
England (Tyrone Ferguson): 2; 1.905 points.
France (Bryan Pravel): 8; 30.476 points.
Germany (Paul Digiulio): 7; 23.333 points.
Italy (Brian Shelden): 2; 1.905 points.
Russia (Matt Sundstrom): 2; 1.905 points.
Turkey (Brandon Fogel): 7; 0.000 points.
Note that Brandon had to leave the game in 1905 or so to deal with an emergency. Per club rules, neither he nor replacement Chris Kelly scored the position; its square, however, was still factored in the sum. Consequently, the scores for this game total less than 100 points.
As for ill-fated Game No. 326, we eventually did get started but not with Kelsey as our seventh. She and Jake had crossed signals. She watched for a bit before heading to another engagement.
With Matt Sundstrom graciously playing on both boards and despite the late start, we managed to get through 1906 by the time limit. The final center counts were:
Austria (Jim O'Kelley): 4; 5.333 points.
England (Matt Sundstrom): 3; 3.000 points.
France (Ali Adib): 12; 48.000 points.
Germany (Nick Rohn): 1; 0.333 points.
Italy (Jake "The Goat Lover" Langenfeld): 3; 3.000 points.
Russia (Jake Trotta): 11; 40.333 points.
Turkey (Chris Kelly): 0; 0.000 points.
The supply center charts are here. Players, let's hear your endgame statements.