[BLML] tangled

Robert Park bpark56 at comcast.net
Wed Mar 23 17:44:52 CET 2016


I shudder to think of rulings based on what a director suspects was in a player’s mind. That reeks of arbitrariness influenced by bias.

Is there no better way?

  —bp


> On Mar 23, 2016, at 4:54 PM, Steve Willner <swillner at nhcc.net> wrote:
> 
> On 2016-03-23 9:10 AM, agot wrote:
>> But I would agree with a more severe interpretation...
> 
> As always, just compare the actual outcome with what -- in your judgment 
> -- would have happened if the infraction had not occurred.  If the OS 
> gained from the infraction, adjust the score.  This can be a weighted 
> adjustment.  For example, if you think the result would likely have been 
> the same but there's a 20% chance the OS would have forgotten their 
> agreements and had a disaster, you can give a weighted score accordingly.
> 
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