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Old post #571 posted Apr 10th 2015, 17:35:17 Quote 
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Old post #574 posted Apr 10th 2015, 18:34:04 Quote 
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Old post #575 posted Apr 10th 2015, 19:21:31 (last edited Apr 10th 2015, 19:22:48 by Tomek Kiełpiński) Quote 
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Old post #576 posted Apr 10th 2015, 19:27:15 Quote 
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Old post #577 posted Apr 10th 2015, 19:53:28 Quote 
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Old post #578 posted Apr 10th 2015, 20:04:13 (last edited Apr 10th 2015, 20:07:06 by Jos Kwan) Quote 
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Old post #579 posted Apr 11th 2015, 14:05:05 Quote 
Oslo - final Results:



Congrats Jose!

Oslo record - 133,5m - Dominik Karda (SWE)
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Old post #580 posted Apr 11th 2015, 14:15:59 (last edited Apr 12th 2015, 22:58:40 by Radek Sus) Quote 
IWC Standings after 7 competitions:



TWC Standings after 7 competitions:



Only one competition to go, but with double points to IWC and TWC standings.

Our past picks in google docs file:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EQbC3lpdciJrGu2JfsXO...
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Old post #581 posted Apr 11th 2015, 16:03:57 Quote 
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Old post #582 posted Apr 11th 2015, 17:07:43 (last edited Apr 11th 2015, 17:07:59 by Goran Slunjski) Quote 
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Old post #583 posted Apr 12th 2015, 23:07:10 Quote 
Today we have competition no 8: Planica.

Hill - Planica
Races: Irungattukottai, Yeongam
K Point: 200
H Point 239
Track record Irungattukottai: 1:17,808 (77,808)
Track record Yeongam: 1:34,438 (94,438)

Keep in mind two important rules:
- you can choose each elite manager only once,
- you can not choose the same manager, as any of your team mate did before in the same race

Remember nobody can choose manager with FT more than 4 times.

IWC and TWC points in Planica are double.
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Old post #584 posted Apr 12th 2015, 23:21:15 (last edited Apr 12th 2015, 23:22:16 by Radek Sus) Quote 
I wonder if next season we should stay with teams consisting of 4 players each?

Maybe we should reduce teams to 3 members in each team?
This can increase number of teams involved and can reduce number of DSQ.

If anybody would like reduce teams to 3 members please click thumb up in this post.
If you prefer to stay wit 4 members in each team pleas click thumb down.
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Old post #585 posted Apr 13th 2015, 00:15:49 Quote 
I'm fine with 3 or 4 players per team, but I thumbed up to see how it will be with 3 players next season, if it's going to change =P
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Old post #586 posted Apr 13th 2015, 03:53:55 Quote 
I would even remove team aspect from the game.
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Old post #587 posted Apr 13th 2015, 09:16:38 Quote 
Quote ( Alexey Manukalov @ April 13th 2015,03:53:55 )

I would even remove team aspect from the game.


And then you again have elite OBR challenge. This is harder and better.
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Old post #588 posted Apr 13th 2015, 09:52:56 Quote 
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Old post #589 posted Apr 13th 2015, 09:56:04 (last edited Apr 13th 2015, 09:56:17 by István Adorján) Quote 
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Old post #590 posted Apr 13th 2015, 11:07:28 Quote 
I tend to agree with Alexey i would be okay with removing the team aspect, or atleast removing the rule which says that you cannot choose the same manager as your team mate. The main aim in this game is trying to win individually and I cannot do that if my teammates pick the manager I want to pick.
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Old post #591 posted Apr 13th 2015, 22:51:27 Quote 
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Old post #592 posted Apr 14th 2015, 01:00:18 Quote 
Quote ( Sudeep Pednekar @ April 13th 2015,11:07:28 )

The main aim in this game is trying to win individually and I cannot do that if my teammates pick the manager I want to pick.


You must have some teamwork in order to achieve this =P So that's why it's more challenging than individually because the restrictions of choice :minus 3 managers per race plus the ones you already chosen.
I like the way the game is, despite of my not so proud perfomance. The FL is hard to predict than picking managers, so I have to improve on this as my knowledge/intuition is not at its best =P
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Old post #593 posted Apr 14th 2015, 12:34:32 Quote 
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Old post #594 posted Apr 14th 2015, 15:57:59 (last edited Apr 14th 2015, 16:08:45 by Sudeep Pednekar) Quote 
Quote ( Pedro Freire @ April 14th 2015,01:00:18 )

Quote ( Sudeep Pednekar @ April 13th 2015,11:07:28 )

The main aim in this game is trying to win individually and I cannot do that if my teammates pick the manager I want to pick.

You must have some teamwork in order to achieve this =P So that's why it's more challenging than individually because the restrictions of choice :minus 3 managers per race plus the ones you already chosen.
I like the way the game is, despite of my not so proud perfomance. The FL is hard to predict than picking managers, so I have to improve on this as my knowledge/intuition is not at its best =P


you cannot do that when everyone is trying to pick the best guy possible, everybody wants to win
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Old post #595 posted Apr 14th 2015, 16:16:09 Quote 
Quote ( Sudeep Pednekar @ April 14th 2015,15:57:59 )

you cannot do that when everyone is trying to pick the best guy possible, everybody wants to win


You're in the wrong team then :-)
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Old post #596 posted Apr 14th 2015, 17:00:22 Quote 
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Old post #597 posted Apr 14th 2015, 17:15:07 Quote 
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Old post #598 posted Apr 14th 2015, 17:56:29 Quote 
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Old post #599 posted Apr 14th 2015, 17:59:22 Quote 
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Old post #600 posted Apr 14th 2015, 18:50:51 Quote 
Would like to keep my pick same just change FL time :-

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