I don’t have detailed information on all of the games, but here is an interesting one I personally played that was declared a draw:
Germany want all out for SeaLion from the start and took London.
After a Japanese attack, Russia decided to make a considerable effort in China, while also seizing the Middle East and eventually the Balkans.
Japan did not do well on the mainland but kept the important islands and places like Hong Kong.
The U.S. focused on liberating London.
ANZAC was yelling at the Allies’ faces because the Aussies were cornered the whole game.
China was doing quite well and marched all the way to Shanghai at one point.
Italy took Egypt but met lucky resistance from Indian, Russian, and French reinforcements.
Most of the game weas spent ruthlessly rolling dice at one another in battles that mostly had strange luck. By the end of the day, the situation was too lopsided in different fronts to call.
Germany held London, Paris, Berlin and Warsaw. It had a fleet and was fighting Allies in the Balkans mostly.
Russia successfully helped China eliminate Japanese troops on the mainland and worked with the U.S. to get Egypt back. There was a standstill in the Eastern Front, mostly because a ton of German transports kept attacking the north.
Japan lost the mainland but kept the high seas with virtually no Americans involved. Eventually Japan took Sydney and New Zealand and even landed in Alaska.
The United States was all over the Mediterranean and Canada trying to strecth the Germans too far. A small force was preparing the pass through the Panama Canal to force Japan to consolidate.
China had everything it could wish for. Literally. The Allies began calling me useless.
The UK did not have London, but India claimed many territories and eventually was cleverly given Egypt by an American attack that retreated to allow for the weaker British to claim their fallen brothers’ land and build a factory. All of Africa was retaken.
Italy was just about dead with an enormous American force in Northern Italy ready to wipe Italy out whenever it wanted to.
ANZAC had zero units on the board. This tempted him to flip the board.
France was not liberated except for some smal back and forth battles in Southern France.
We felt that we could not call this one mostly because the Allies could easily win with an organized push anywhere, but also because Japan could quite easily take Honolulu, Hong Kong, and Shanghai for the win. We would have needed at least five more turns to get a definite surrender.