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Sabi, or not Sabi

Game 422 ends the same way that Wes Ketchum left Season 15 with his France walking into a board top. As France, the opening seemed pro-English and anti-German, but we find out afterwards that it was a head-fake. From there, F/G puts England on his back foot, but can’t finish the job before Wes turns on Cori to lock up a high enough center count early in the game as insurance against the leaders in the East.

As the title shows, our newest Weasel Sabi (suh-bee, in Hamlet form) Ahuja joined us through our Meetup site a week or so prior to the game without any knowledge of our presence on the Diplomacy Broadcast Network or our Discord server. Playing mainly Extended Deadline and Speedboat, this was a newer experience but Sabi as Italy was able to put together a solid alliance with forty-seven time (actually 4x) league champion Brandon Fogel in Austria. After slowly playing the tactical battle against Turkey, A/I grew a little too slowly to catch of with France.

Check out all the moves here.

Game #422, played on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at Online in Interwebs, ended in a six-way draw in 1907. This game is part of WCW League 16 (2021).
Austria(Brandon Fogel)6 centers14.000 points
England(Chris Brown)2 centers10.000 points
France(Wes Ketchum)9 centers35.000 points
Germany(Cori Neslund)5 centers13.000 points
Italy(Sabrina Ahuja)8 centers16.000 points
Russia(Timothy Crosby)4 centers12.000 points
Turkey(Chris Kelly)0 centers0.000 points
1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17

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