Small flowchart related to Diplomacy

 

In this final table of championship of the world of Diplomacy, only the English speaking countries were represented.

Can you reconstruct the rating at the final table of the five first, namely their power played, first name, nationality and the misorder made?

 

  1. The American was upset with himself because of having made a mistake in his support order. Was this voluntary?

 

  1. Brett finishes right in front of Doug.

 

  1. The English made a mistake on a movement, error of orders fortunately without consequence for him thereafter…

 

  1. The Entente Cordiale was not it as much as that, since these two powers entered in conflict right at the beginning, which was worth to them to be both the two only eliminated at the end of this memorable game.

 

  1. The New-Zealander, who played Turkey, finishes just on the podium.

 

  1. The champion won with a central power in spite of an hazardous retreat at the end of the game.

 

  1. Brett finishes just behind the player who made a mistake in a movement.

 

  1. The Canadian began the part by playing the steam roller but all did not occur as envisaged since he finishes fifth.

 

  1. The awkward conveyor comes from the American continent.

 

  1. “Fed up with playing Austria” exclaimed Chris when seeing the title escaping to him near a place.

 

  1. The Italian player comes from an insular country.

 

  1. The Australian was in the same team as the guy who made a mistake in his build.

 

  1. Alan could, during this game, implement the principles of the “Lepanto” which Edi 1[1, another player of the game, had explained to him one year before.

 

Information for non Diplomacy players:

 

 

Jérémie Lefrançois

Solution:

Place

First name

Played country

Nationality

Error of orders

1st

Alan

Italy

Australian

Reprocess

2nd

Chris

Austria

English

Movement

3rd

Brett

Turkey

New Zealander

Construction

4th

Doug

Germany

American

Support

5th

EDI

Russia

Canadian

Convoy

 

1Wink to Edi Birsan, inventor of Lepanto…