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Classicist Hundred Games - Need players; see details

Postby Ceasars Geezers » 20 Mar 2018, 15:44

We currently have two games waiting for players:

1. 142613. Keepin' it 100 (2/1/1) - 3/3 players - started
- Casual No rank game. No processing on weekends. Open ballot, all other rules are default. Aspiring welcome!
- PM Ceasars Geezers for details

2. 142609. Keepin' it 100 (2/1/1) - 1/3 players
- Casual No rank game. Does process on weekends. Open ballot, all other rules are default. Aspiring welcome!
- PM mjparrett for details
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Re: Classic 100

Postby joe92 » 20 Mar 2018, 16:07

Yes
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Re: Classic 100

Postby Ceasars Geezers » 21 Mar 2018, 16:11

Anyone have thoughts on how you would score such a league?

100 points for solo
50/50 for a two way (or proportional center distribution?)
33 points for a three (is that even possible in 100?)
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Re: Classic 100

Postby NoPunIn10Did » 21 Mar 2018, 17:48

Ceasars Geezers wrote:Anyone have thoughts on how you would score such a league?

100 points for solo
50/50 for a two way (or proportional center distribution?)
33 points for a three (is that even possible in 100?)


I'd start by just getting a few games together with the Classicists first before starting a league or tournament.

As for scoring systems, that depends. I wouldn't get too worked up about scoring draws, as Hundred is the sort of Diplomacy variant where a true stalemated draw is much less likely than a solo. A two-player draw, for instance, can only happen if there are unowned neutrals or the third player votes themselves out of it.
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Re: Classic 100

Postby joe92 » 21 Mar 2018, 19:28

Second what nopun said. Run a game or two first before starting a league.
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Re: Classic 100

Postby Ceasars Geezers » 21 Mar 2018, 19:29

Sounds good
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Re: 142609. Keepin' it 100 (2/1/1) - 1/3 players

Postby Ceasars Geezers » 21 Mar 2018, 19:37

created!
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