The game ended during an 1884 Congress. A Congress of Europe was called based on a British Influence and a Russian Protectorate in Persia. Britain declared War on Russia before Congress ended, and only Austria-Hungary came to Russia's defense. Russia then declared War on France, who had broken their defensive alliance, ending the game. There were no Chinese Rebellions in the game.
This game was played with an alternate rule whereby if a power declared War on another for violating a Treaty and ended the game in doing so, the power who violated the Treaty took a double end-game penalty. As such, France took a double penalty in this game, and Russia and Britain both took triple penalties for being the first and last into a War.
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| ||America||Doug Massie|| |
| ||Italy||Gihan Bandaranaike|| |
| ||Germany||Dave Rubin|| |
| ||Japan||Ian Howard|| |
| ||France||Rolf Radicke|| |
| ||Great Britain||Domenico Licheri|| |
| ||Russia||Joshua Landrum|| |
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