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May a player put himself into CD (with I suppose /cd) and then take up another available (and better) position in the game as a different country?
Suppose in a game, you have four sc and a player who has eight sc drops. Can you put your country into CD, drop from the game and then take the other country’s position. Is this legal, is this poor game play, is this cheating?
please moderators, pause the game!! the russian must be in CD and the turkish player is taking an advantage that adulterate the game. I dont mind in fighthing two countries, but one of them did not play and the other is using it for his own benefit that distort the normal gaming
Hello! Sorry to anyone else, I'm not after you. Mahatma, could you drop me a line - I tried your email but didn't get a response. Before anyone jumps to conclusions, its NOT anything wrong, just trying to ask him a question about one of the games he's in.
Some players play to win, others play to gain points. Until recently, I thought of those as WTA and PPSC. In my most recent game, I came across a player that used a "I don't go for wins, I go for draws" strategy. I found myself handcuffed by my history of playing for wins.