What this tells me is that my opponent has sized up his likelihood of winning out-right is rather dismal and has decided to unconditionally surrender. Many come into a MP match expecting to get a quick victory and have everything go their way, but when they get the slightest hint that they might lose they quit. The concept of working hard for a possible reversal of fortune is not in their brain or blood.
This is what I observe: The German navy is largely intact minus one fleet, this navy is ahead of all other nations with a primarily Class III fleet, plus class II subs that could have better utilized opening up the Baltic to convoys, yet from what I can see is doing practically nothing (can't tell you where the fleets are if I don't see them). Germany has a huge army of class II units that no other nation has, plus class II artillery which no other nation has. Germany nor AH has not lost one city and has added 3 more from Belgium to it's roster. Turkey has lost one city, that's it, it's not the end of the world. Believe it or not: Turkey is hard to conquer, however right from the get go Turkey is not all that strong, to me it can last a long time in a defensive posture, long enough to entice Bulgaria to join the war. But some players just do not want to either learn how to best achieve this.. From what I see at the Eastern Front CP has the advantage, but somehow you have to think on how to use it, you never know when the other guy makes mistakes of which you can capitalize on, some mistakes can turn the whole game around, you have to play it to find out, just like in real life situations... To me even if you are losing in a MP match there tactics and strategies that can be learned and used in later matches, stuff that may make a difference that you never realized before, that's what makes you a veteran and not someone who keeps on playing half-assed time and time again..
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