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    Post  kowalski on Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:38 pm

    Fascinating how some players know the punishment table better than us admins ourselves. They know anything that might give them a free win, from time limits to rule sharking...really fascinating.


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    Post  singo94 on Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:08 pm

    Im guessing the majority of those are prio rulings which in any case shows that it's bad. If not then make them mods! :p


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    Post  kowalski on Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:32 pm

    I'm talking about the punishment table, not rulings. Stuff like "he did more than 3 seconds to take his move back, so it's not a misclick" "i don't know what card he returned to the deck, so it's an irreparable game state, so he must get a loss" etc


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    Post  A7 on Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:21 am

    If everyone in there knew the punishment table like the ones you say do then the call list would only consist of Ruling Calls and we would live in a DN utopia Exclamation

    And I obviously don't mean Number:39... Cool


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    Post  singo94 on Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:44 am

    It happens because people want easy xp/rating. It's kind of pathetic though. Maybe the owners should take a look into it? Also all these people should of got over 15/20 on the test then :p. It shows they only learn the rules that will earn them the win. Almost cheating.


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    Post  Nemessie on Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:08 am

    kowalski wrote:I'm talking about the punishment table, not rulings. Stuff like "he did more than 3 seconds to take his move back, so it's not a misclick" "i don't know what card he returned to the deck, so it's an irreparable game state, so he must get a loss" etc

    Do these rulings you just mentioned really exist? And where can we find the punishment tables and DN rulings?
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    Post  Reaper of the Cards on Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:10 am

    Divinity wrote:
    kowalski wrote:I'm talking about the punishment table, not rulings. Stuff like "he did more than 3 seconds to take his move back, so it's not a misclick" "i don't know what card he returned to the deck, so it's an irreparable game state, so he must get a loss" etc

    Do these rulings you just mentioned really exist? And where can we find the punishment tables and DN rulings?

    Here.


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    Re: Fascinating

    Post  Nemessie on Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:25 am

    I have read these once. It is always good to be aware of what you are supposed not to do. Although, this does still not answer the question if the examples kowalski wrote are accurate or just examples, and if there are additional rulings like the examples.

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