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"Jesus Petry" <jesuspetry(a)pop.com.br> wrote in message
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On Jul 26, 11:03 am, Jesus Petry <jesuspe...(a)pop.com.br> wrote:
> On Jul 24, 9:18 am, "Futbolmetrix" <futbolmet...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
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> > "milivella" <milive...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
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> >news:b72bfdb2-dad7-4852-b011-636f641b78bf(a)d37g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
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> > 1a. RW Radford 77-84 Awford LB (Futbolmetrix 0-0 Jesus Petry)
> > 1b. LB de Boer 40-88 Chierico RW (Futbolmetrix 0-2 Jesus Petry)
> > 2a. TQ van de Kerkhof 91-86 Freund DM (Futbolmetrix 1-2 Jesus Petry)
> > 2b. DM Jones 64-92 Zola TQ (Futbolmetrix 1-4 Jesus Petry)
> > 3a. LW Czibor 93-42 Lee RB (Futbolmetrix 4-4 Jesus Petry)
> > 3b. RB Torres 96-64 Micheli LW (Futbolmetrix 4-4 Jesus Petry)
> > 4a. S Casiraghi 88-83 Blake CD (Futbolmetrix 5-4 Jesus Petry)
> > 4b. CD Cruyff 55-88 Jord´┐Żo S (Futbolmetrix 5-6 Jesus Petry)
> > 5a. S Ravanelli 89-92 Burgr CD (Futbolmetrix 5-6 Jesus Petry)
> > 5b. CD Menegotti 33-87 Browell S (Futbolmetrix 5-9 Jesus Petry)
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> > Well played, Jesus. I realized almost immediately how badly I had
> > screwed
> > up. I was doomed once I gave up on all the defenders. Things could have
> > been
> > slightly more respectable had I picked Freund instead of Vinnie Jones as
> > DM,
> > and switched positions between de Boer and Radford (but probably not: I
> > would have probably won one point with de Boer, but Chierico would have
> > scored three).
>
> You did well to pick Carlos Alberto, the only right back (that move
> made all LWs useful for you and useless for me!), but I quickly
> realized that the key was getting as many defenders as possible before
> they ran out, and also I got the only left back. With two right
> wingers available, I could leave this pick for near the end, after I
> had picked ALL the central defenders and some strikers to take profit
> of your patched central defense. It turned out that my RW was the best
> one! If you had Chierico instead of Radford, you'd score one more
> goal!
>
> > This is really not an easy game, and that's why it's fun: even if we
> > knew
> > exactly each player's score at every position, the optimal strategy
> > would be
> > far from trivial.
>
> Yes, because for every coup there are different countermeasures.

> And above all, thanks to Milivella for the fun game idea and to my
> fellow players for the nice games!

Yeah thanks to Milivella for the great game ideas, and the players for the
awesome challenges!