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A little scenario presented itself this week (week 5.) Someone submitted two sets of game predictions.

 

Can someone submit two sets of game predictions? Yes. Whether submitting a second set of game predictions was intentional or in error, the most recent entry will be used for scoring.

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Has anyone encountered problems with this?

 

It seems cbssports.com has changed how they format the schedule... Son of a $*#@%!!

Off and on I've been looking for an alternative source for a couple weeks (in case something like this happens) and so far no luck.

If anyone finds a suitable alternative please pm me.

 

Thank you!

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5 hours ago, rottenrefs said:

Has anyone encountered problems with this?

 

It seems cbssports.com has changed how they format the schedule... Son of a $*#@%!!

Off and on I've been looking for an alternative source for a couple weeks (in case something like this happens) and so far no luck.

If anyone finds a suitable alternative please pm me.

 

Thank you!

 

I think it will still work, it may just be more effort on the set up.  I will send you a PM.

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Several have brought to my attention Wins possibly not being scored correctly. It's good you asked!

 

Final scores for the day:

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A users game day picks:

November 30, 2018  
AWAY HOME
New Jersey 1 Washington 4
Buffalo 2 Florida 3
Anaheim 1 Carolina 3
Los Angeles 1 Calgary 4
St. Louis 2 Colorado 3

 

How it's scored:

Wins = 1

Exact score = 6

Pts = 7

 

The user did get 3 Wins. But, two of them are Exact scores.

1 + 6 = 7 Pts

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Going forward scores added to your post won't reflect "Pending games: Kings vs Sharks, Flyers vs Devils & Blues vs Jets" etc. Instead your Pts tally will have an asterisk. Deleting that line is a bit redundant.

 

As shown below: 

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