You knew that grey was in Mexico and East China from your picks. So naturally you stack up and invade antarctica. Grey knows you are in SA but on turn 3 decides to take Baja while on same turn you somehow know he is going to abandon (although you might have just predicted the abandon). And on last turn, you happen to time breaking East China the turn he was taking it. I call bullshit
How to "Fail at picks and turn it in an advantage": 6/19/2014 01:47:35
Predicting the barricade is no feat, it was an expected move.
as for turn 3, grey going for Baja isn't unusual, sure, Grey knew Vernita was in South America, but Grey also knew Vernita was in Southeast Asia, so EC was no safer than CA. Why wouldn't he go for Baja?
Predicting Grey finishing EC again, was nothing spectacular. You seem to think people being able to count is spectacular predictions or something, it really isn't.
The game looks fairly well played by Vernita, but nothing special or unbelievable.
It was however horribly picked. I have no fucking clue why you'd triple pick East China of all things.
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