Posted: 2/22/2011 3:52:24 PM
Originally Posted by derailleur
Not true. They were voided the next day. They were never removed. Removing them when the problem was initially detected would have allowed for another pick. Voiding did not.
Originally Posted by Rizzo]
...so there was no advantage to anyone.
Not true. Every one of the players who did not have their pick voided received an advantage over the few that did.
The way that you handled the problem may not have affected the final results this time, but these are still the facts despite your cognitive dissonance.
Since you've admitted in another thread that this problem has happened in the past and there is nothing to prevent it from happening again, isn't it high time for Covers to provide a clearly defined rule so that we all know how to best avoid this happening to our picks?
the rule is clear:
a-void games soon to be void-ed. very simple. good luck.