The game ended in 1904, effectively during the Random Events Phase.
There was one unsuccessful Chinese Rebellion in 1896.
This game was played with two important rules alterations: all markers must be paid for (no congressional freebies), and ETI changed by a random amount each turn (which resulted in the game ending effectively due to Random Events, with ETI at 62).
|Great Britain||Dave Rubin|
|United States||Tony Sait|