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Old 01-29-2009, 06:27 PM   #58
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Default Re: The AO Battlefield Chat Thread

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Originally Posted by -Evita- View Post
Did you notice that you, Snoo and me are still in Suicide? I just checked my ranking and I have 995 points for the whole previous year and now I'll get at least 1200 Isn't that crazy? I wonder if they doubled the existing points
I noticed though Snoo is the only one of us that gets to pick on Sunday as well. I only played two or three tournaments last year and this year I am doing well at a slam. I think they do double the points for all the games.

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May be that's why i am sooo stuck at it.
Noura, did I forget this that you are doing a PhD too or is it the first time you mention it here I thought you already worked in a uni.

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hema who is the writer of that book?
The writer is Gordon Dahlquist. I randomly came across the book in a bookstore and I like it so far.
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