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fantasy contest (unofficial) results

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these are unofficial cause everyone has 1 week to email teamoh4tw@gmail.com if you think i messed up your entry or did the placings wrong or something.

we had 23 entries.

lee edwards wins with chu (1), desai (2), and gemme (6) for a score of 9
second is tom hollingworth with desai (2), fred (4), gemme (6) = 12
tied for third are dave mccune (chu fred eier=13) and siblle schontauf (desai fred angelo=13).

thanks for all the entries.

some breakdowns of who got votes:

top 8
1. chu: 9 picks
2. desai: 11 picks
3. tom hollingworth: 0
4. b fred: 6
5. brian hunter: 3
6. mike gemme: 3
7. angelo: 3
8. Brad eier: 4

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others recieving votes:

steven lewis 7
reid smith 5
greg shaw 5
mike pistone 3
mike french 3
ryan french 3
phil aassen 3
garrett larson 3
joe olson 2
nico 2
caspersen 2
michael richards 2
dirk 2
menzel 2
lee edwards 2
brian rippetoe 2
micah w00ten 2
nate meeker 1
pat my johnson 1
james paul booker 1
kevin shannon 1
dave mccune 1
intern 1
schele 1
john millet 1
huffman 1
matt sokol 1
thomas whaley 1

thanks for playing kids, not sure what you win, i know lee said a few weeks back we didnt need a prize, of course this was before he won lol

scott, make it so for these fine people


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Wow I got 2 votes! Who else besides myself voted for me?
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I'm a little surprised that I was the only one to take Kevin Shannon for 15. I think he's a bit underrated, but his timed win kept his 5-3 performance from getting him a higher placing.

Before the games started, I thought my team of Chu, Desai, Lewis, and Shannon was going to give me a decent chance of winning fantasy worlds for the 2nd year in a row, but congrats to Lee Edwards. I will expect a photo of Lee holding up his winnings for the contest, along with a caption that reads "LOL! I win!"

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Hunter wrote:I'm a little surprised that I was the only one to take Kevin Shannon for 15. I think he's a bit underrated, but his timed win kept his 5-3 performance from getting him a higher placing.

Before the games started, I thought my team of Chu, Desai, Lewis, and Shannon was going to give me a decent chance of winning fantasy worlds for the 2nd year in a row, but congrats to Lee Edwards. I will expect a photo of Lee holding up his winnings for the contest, along with a caption that reads "LOL! I win!"
Trust me, if I'd remembered to enter, Kevin would've been on my team too! :)
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phil aassen tied for 3rd too with 13 points, chu 1 desai 2 shaw 10 i think
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Aww no one voted for me.

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Hunter wrote:I'm a little surprised that I was the only one to take Kevin Shannon for 15. I think he's a bit underrated, but his timed win kept his 5-3 performance from getting him a higher placing.

Before the games started, I thought my team of Chu, Desai, Lewis, and Shannon was going to give me a decent chance of winning fantasy worlds for the 2nd year in a row, but congrats to Lee Edwards. I will expect a photo of Lee holding up his winnings for the contest, along with a caption that reads "LOL! I win!"
Maybe if you would have lost the Falcon like you were supposed to, I would have done better. ;)

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SirYoda wrote:
Hunter wrote:I'm a little surprised that I was the only one to take Kevin Shannon for 15. I think he's a bit underrated, but his timed win kept his 5-3 performance from getting him a higher placing.

Before the games started, I thought my team of Chu, Desai, Lewis, and Shannon was going to give me a decent chance of winning fantasy worlds for the 2nd year in a row, but congrats to Lee Edwards. I will expect a photo of Lee holding up his winnings for the contest, along with a caption that reads "LOL! I win!"
Maybe if you would have lost the Falcon like you were supposed to, I would have done better. ;)

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Actually I believe that is what is called a 'joke'. People tell them to other people from time to time. Notice the tell-tale signs of 'joking'. The smiley and the small fonted text. If you try, maybe some day you'll perform one of these things yourself.
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Yeah, it was a joke. I somehow failed to notice that Han's Toolkit (V) suspends Mantellian Savrip. So HCF w/Toolkit completely blocked Fear from working, and was simultaneously indestructable thanks to Savrip. Me = dumb.
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Actually I think it's a pretty common mistake. You put it in there and you never really think of all the effects it does suspend. In one game where Garrett had it out, he didn't realize that it suspended like 20 of my effects on the board. It's a pretty far-reaching ability that dumb card has.
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