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Old 08-24-2012, 04:22 PM   #28
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Default Re: If a tournament winner gets exposed as a doper, should he be stripped off his awa

It's not ideal to give the runner up the titles bc the doper has screwed the 6 players before that (in a slam), but that's too bad. In general the runner-up is not always the 2nd best player in the tournament, but he still gets the accolades of the 2nd best in that tournament.

Giving the losing finalist the title is clearly the best option available IMO.
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