Originally posted by eddie andersThey either cannot read and/or choose to disregard the entry conditions or they are all cheats or all three.
a tournament is starting for new joiners within the last 3 months so why are people who have been members for 2 years joining it.
Originally posted by skeeterI am with you skeeter. If they are willing to subscribe to a tournament without complying with the requirements, I would say they would be willing to use a computer to help them win.
They either cannot read and/or choose to disregard the entry conditions or they are all cheats or all three.
To name them : Lordbyron ( 2001 ) the biggest blaggard of them all closely followed by RVW and Av8tor ( 2002) -another blind flyer then in no particular order : Iamers, The Tick, Craigus, and Cheshire Cat,
all outside the the 3 month window with ...[text shortened]... and go play with your geriatic contemporaries in your own sandpit.
A serve from the skeeter
Originally posted by UncleAdamI guess it would not be proper if I say I'm going to win. My candidate is littlebear.
they proby didnt read it, I dont think they are cheating and Russ will probly kick them out of the tournament before he starts it.
but who do you think will win it?
my bets on SirLoseALot, who do you think will win?
Originally posted by Russmmmm - not to put too fine a point on this thread Russ but there are no fewer than fifteen ( 15 ) entries in the new players II tourney that clearly do not meet the the entry conditions.
I will introduce a proper condition in the code for this in the future - to avoid these problems.
Originally posted by skeeterI presume Skeeter means pre 22nd February .
mmmm - not to put too fine a point on this thread Russ but there are no fewer than fifteen ( 15 ) entries in the new players II tourney that clearly do not meet the the entry conditions.
ie joined RHP post 22 Feb 2003.
In my opinion its just not cricket and akin to letting an 1600+ plus player run rampant in an under 1300 tourney.
Needs to be sorted
BR's the skeeter
Originally posted by IvorWWhen I went to school "post" meant after or afterwards, and for an entry to qualify in terms of "..... joined RHP within the last three months..." that date is 22 Feb 2003. Not earlier or beforehand ie: POST!
I presume Skeeter means pre 22nd February .