I have Counter Espionage spies in several locations where I am certain there is sabotage and likely intelligence spying going on. Several days have passed and yet I'm they don't seem to be repelled by my counter-espionage. Is this just bad luck?
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I find that getting a report from your own intel spies regarding the location of the enemy spies gives a much better chance of your counter spies capturing the enemy. I have never seen that officially published, so it may not work quite the way I envision, but it seems that if your intel spies reveal the location you have at least ten times better luck capturing enemy spies.War is a game that is played with a smile. If you can't smile, grin. If you can't grin keep out of the way til you can. - Winston Churchill
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it is very hard to catch intel spies the probability is very low as it is the least risky op they can run, much easier to catch economical and military sabotage spies in that order.
Also your opponent can move his intel spies around after day change or double up on them meaning have 2 or more intel spies in the same province which contrary to the other 2 types doesn't increase the chance of getting caught on the contrary mitigates the counter espionage chances at least according to my testing dont quote as I could be wrong