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Postby waterproof » Tue Oct 17, 2006 9:33 pm

Kensat30 wrote:
dream_017 wrote:
Kensat30 wrote:A guy in one of my leagues 3 years ago lost to homefield advantage in a tie (regular season).

It was like 95.78 to 95.78. Both benches had equal number of points too it like 42.1 each (first tie-breaker). Crazy crazy game, man the arguments over that one were heated. We took out homefield advantage as a tie breaker the following year.


Whats wrong with just having a tie :-?


If the game gets through the list of tiebreakers than it is a tie. At some point in the season, you need tiebreakers to figure out who makes the playoffs and who doesn't, why not have individual game tiebreakers?

I have a tie in each of my yahoo leagues. They go down in the records as ties... It's pretty easy to see who's ranked where.
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Postby Free Bagel » Tue Oct 17, 2006 9:37 pm

waterproof wrote:
Kensat30 wrote:
dream_017 wrote:
Kensat30 wrote:A guy in one of my leagues 3 years ago lost to homefield advantage in a tie (regular season).

It was like 95.78 to 95.78. Both benches had equal number of points too it like 42.1 each (first tie-breaker). Crazy crazy game, man the arguments over that one were heated. We took out homefield advantage as a tie breaker the following year.


Whats wrong with just having a tie :-?


If the game gets through the list of tiebreakers than it is a tie. At some point in the season, you need tiebreakers to figure out who makes the playoffs and who doesn't, why not have individual game tiebreakers?

I have a tie in each of my yahoo leagues. They go down in the records as ties... It's pretty easy to see who's ranked where.


I think you completely missed his point.

He's not saying that they can't figure out the records when there's a tie, he's saying if there are tiebreakers in one aspect, why not have tiebreakers in others?
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Postby ivesaidway2much » Wed Oct 18, 2006 6:38 am

Free Bagel wrote:
waterproof wrote:
Kensat30 wrote:
dream_017 wrote:
Kensat30 wrote:A guy in one of my leagues 3 years ago lost to homefield advantage in a tie (regular season).

It was like 95.78 to 95.78. Both benches had equal number of points too it like 42.1 each (first tie-breaker). Crazy crazy game, man the arguments over that one were heated. We took out homefield advantage as a tie breaker the following year.


Whats wrong with just having a tie :-?


If the game gets through the list of tiebreakers than it is a tie. At some point in the season, you need tiebreakers to figure out who makes the playoffs and who doesn't, why not have individual game tiebreakers?

I have a tie in each of my yahoo leagues. They go down in the records as ties... It's pretty easy to see who's ranked where.


I think you completely missed his point.

He's not saying that they can't figure out the records when there's a tie, he's saying if there are tiebreakers in one aspect, why not have tiebreakers in others?

I think you missed his point. There's no need for tiebreakers in games when over the course of the season the win-loss records will probably work themselves out. Especially when the unneccesary tiebreakers lead to hurt feelings between league mates.
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Postby danleroi22 » Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:02 am

loophole21 wrote:ive tied the last two weeks and won both times on tiebreakers!


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