This is definitely more of a session report. It seems like this is just a recap of a single play, right?
One major flaw of the game is the way in which players all choose their actions simultaneously, then execute the actions one at a time. Since the action choosing is simultaneous, yet the actions of one player can affect the actions of another, this could result in two players deadlocked. The choice of the action a player wants to perform could depend on the choice of their opponent and vice-versa.
I believe it's pointed out in the rules that players must select in turn order in situations where players feel that another player's action selection could influence their own.