Lucky Louis and an ignored 5v8
Louis Cypher wrote
at 9:19 AM, Monday February 24, 2020 EST
I've been having some really very lucky games on a 100 table. And when things looked bad and I had given up that game I did win 5v8! Unfortunately it did not get acknowledged by the foe.

But, to all those frustrated, even I got lucky streaks - yours will come as well!

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Louis Cypher wrote
at 7:42 AM, Tuesday February 25, 2020 EST
And again, this time by a not so new account...

Where did the good old style go?

Louis Cypher wrote
at 8:58 AM, Monday July 20, 2020 EDT

Here's another, and not even on the 100 people do what they should...

And this also wasn't really a new account (

It is so sad how ignorance, greed and lack of style took control of this.
charliebrown2000 wrote
at 4:27 AM, Tuesday July 21, 2020 EDT
i think it should be considered, that you were just suiciding stacks, not fighting anymore.
does the rule apply to suiciding stacks? or does it only apply to the main fight?

i get why you are upset and i am think more should know about the rule and it should be followed. i think the previous questions should be discussed, because giving the kill is a nice gesture, the losing player gives the winner. and with that, as the losing player, you give yourself lots of chances to win the game (if the rule is followed). that is why i think it shouldn't apply for suiciding stacks.
charliebrown2000 wrote
at 4:27 AM, Tuesday July 21, 2020 EDT
Karsten4130 wrote
at 7:32 AM, Friday July 24, 2020 EDT
I agree, rule does not apply to suiciding at the end of the game.
Louis Cypher wrote
at 6:20 AM, Monday July 27, 2020 EDT
Well - I would accept it any time - and have done so. It is not always evident what is a suicide and what is "rolling out". And if the oponent had all 8s and you still got to 5v8 - hard enough to do.

But then, it is not really something like a written rule and even those don't really matter much as we have no mods.
Louis Cypher wrote
at 8:34 AM, Tuesday July 28, 2020 EDT

That's another - and this time I even announced it. Still it did not get honored :-(
Vermont wrote
at 11:10 PM, Tuesday July 28, 2020 EDT
I've never liked that whole 5v8 thing, but I'm old and cranky. Get off my lawn.
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