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Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/6/2015 18:25:38

MasterOfWarZone
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Thoughts? I don't like to blame losses on luck, but I'm not very sure how I could win after turn 2.

Edited 8/6/2015 18:27:44
Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/6/2015 18:53:12


professor dead piggy 
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You could have guessed. all in last move to CA would have broken it, and youd have probably won. Now that would have been a game worth posting on the forum.

Edited 8/6/2015 18:54:29
Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/6/2015 19:10:23

MasterOfWarZone
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True. I probably turn 3 should have looked at the game, decided, if I play this standard I lose, so lets not play standard.
Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/6/2015 19:20:19

Widzisz • apex 
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You failed to capture a bonus 2nd turn, and predicted your enemy 0 times.
Try capturing a bonus 2nd turn and predicting your opponent next time.

But seriously, your opponent did predict you very well. Check for hidden cameras behind your back.
Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/6/2015 19:59:11

MasterOfWarZone
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That one confused me. Was confused why he'd be in that caucasus territory but not have the bonus, so hit it expecting him to be trying to finish it. Only realized it was a triple pick turn 8 when he visibly deployed 14. Knew then that CR + a 5 was only way to have 14, as it wasn't late enough for the second card, and quite late or the first card. Easy from there to figure out what to do though since EC led to two different double borders on East Russia.
Strat 1v1 Analysis: 8/7/2015 01:00:24


powerpos
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the first one:
You could 've defended colombia a few turns,
then, when both players have stacks that are getting big, break CA through Cuba,
as his stack can't intercept you in time.

the second one:
You had a higher income than a cluster-picker,
you should not attempt to learn anything from that game.
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