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Old 04-26-2013, 07:32 PM   #22
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Default Re: Ask MTF Mods

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Originally Posted by Lee View Post
I can answer this for you. This is the opening post.



1)There is no speculation or any indication that OP hinted at a match fixing. Just curious about why a player retire when bagelling his opponent. If I see a scoreline like this, no matter at which level, I would start a thread and see if anyone has knowledge why. (which proved truth as another poster found info. on twitter explaining)

2)And Snowwy is an admin on this board, I will be very disappointed at him if he keeps posting future results thread on GM with scoreline 6-4 6-2.


Finally, may be this is the reason I don't see it your way is I know Snowwy follows future events regularly as he talked about those matches in Canada's players forum.
The OP didn't hint at match fixing but a thread about a match with such result is the perfect bait to get that 'infraction', as a lot of posters immediately associate such bizarre result with fixing. What you say next makes absolutely no sense: so because he is an admin Snowyy shouldn't start regular result threads (why exactly is this? Since when does being a mod/admin stop someone from posting about the sport normally?), yet you believe he should be posting threads that are inevitably going to result in posts that violate the forum rules and are effictively bait?

Do you have an answer for my other question btw?
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