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Old 04-05-2018, 11:20 AM   #951
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 1

Rob Nielsen - solid par (-1)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-2)

Malcolm Reynolds - perfectly placed drive gives the right angle in and leads to birdie (-3)
Will Robie - solid par (-2)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - textbook par (-3)

John Puller - Confidence helps player par the hole (-3)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-3)

Des Courtney - solid par (-4)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - smart play allows player to easily save par (-5)

Chucky Dawson - player can't keep ball close to the pin out of the bunker - bogey (-5)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - player can't keep ball close to the pin out of the bunker - bogey (-7)
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Old 04-05-2018, 11:24 AM   #952
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 2

Rob Nielsen - too aggressive and gets in trouble leads to dropped shot (E)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-2)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-3)
Will Robie - short iron fired at the pin leads to birdie (-3)

Harold Finch - poor bunker shot leads to bogey (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - crushed drive shortens hole - allows player to easily hit targets with layup and approach is inside 10 feet - putt made for birdie (-4)

John Puller - solid par (-3)
Ray Kowalski - poor bunker shot leads to bogey (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-4)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - solid par (-5)

Chucky Dawson - short iron play allows player to regain his dropped stroke from the first hole - birdie (-6)
Jake Doyle - player's short iron shot is middle of the green and player pars the hole (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-7)
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Old 04-05-2018, 11:35 AM   #953
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 3

Rob Nielsen - very consistent play leads to birdie (-1)
Ches O Peake - confident swing puts ball inside 4 feet - birdie (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - too conservative and player bogeys (-2)
Will Robie - just like his playing partner Robie is too conservative and it costs him a stroke (-2)

Harold Finch - solid par (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - textbook par (-4)

John Puller - tries to take the water out of play and the conservative shot leaves him a long way from the pin - 3 putts for bogey (-2)
Ray Kowalski - lack of focus on tee ball and player is wet...ends up with double bogey (E)

Des Courtney - too conservative - bogey (-3)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - solid par (-5)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-6)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - textbook par (-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-7)
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Old 04-05-2018, 12:24 PM   #954
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 4

Rob Nielsen - textbook par (-1)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-2)
Will Robie - solid par (-2)

Harold Finch - solid par (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par(-4)

John Puller - solid par (-2)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (E)

Des Courtney - conservative play pays off on this hole as player is able to par after getting in trouble off the tee (-3)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - textbook par (-5)
Benton Frazier - solid par (-5)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-6)
Jake Doyle - par saving putt from 22 feet is missed (-7)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-7)
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Old 04-05-2018, 12:38 PM   #955
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 5

Rob Nielsen - wisely played hole for birdie (-2)
Ches O Peake - great wedge from 98 yards leads to birdie (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-2)
Will Robie - solid par (-2)

Harold Finch - smart play allows player to walk off with a birdie (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - great putting stroke leads to birdie (-5)

John Puller - loss of focus leads to poor shot and bogey (-1)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (E)

Des Courtney - great half wedge approach stops 2 feet from pin - birdie (-4)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - textbook par (-5)

Chucky Dawson - good focus helps player save par (-6)
Jake Doyle - good course management helps player birdie (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - textbook par (-7)

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Old 04-05-2018, 12:45 PM   #956
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 6

Rob Nielsen - solid par (-2)
Ches O Peake - consistent play leads to easy birdie - his 3rd in 6 holes (-5)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-2)
Will Robie - had a roll at birdie but the ball does more than a 360 and spins out...some really bad luck there (-2)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - solid par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - consistency helps player birdie (-1)

Des Courtney - textbook par (-4)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - well struck and well read putt drops for birdie (-6)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-6)
Jake Doyle - consistent play leads to birdie (-9)

Art Mullen - clutch approach settles inside 4 feet for birdie (-11)
Tommy Phan - excellent touch and read on the birdie putt (-8)
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Old 04-05-2018, 12:52 PM   #957
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 7

Rob Nielsen - solid par (-2)
Ches O Peake - poor sand shot hurts and player drops a shot (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-2)
Will Robie - bunker is too much for Robie as he bogeys (-1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - lack of focus and player bogeys (E)
Ray Kowalski - a tricky 8 foot putt with over 8 inches of break slips in the side for a birdie. Thanks back to back birdies as he tries to recover from his poor start to the round (-2)

Des Courtney - laser focus saves par (-4)
Jesse Porter - textbook par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - confident putt saves par (-5)
Benton Frazier - textbook par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-6)
Jake Doyle -solid par (-9)

Art Mullen - solid par (-11)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-8)
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Old 04-05-2018, 12:56 PM   #958
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 8

Rob Nielsen - misses 14 foot birdie try (-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - textbook par (-2)
Will Robie - solid par (-1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - textbook par (-5)

John Puller - solid par (E)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-4)
Jesse Porter - textbook par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5)
Benton Frazier - textbook par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - drops the 9 foot birdie putt (-7)
Jake Doyle -solid par (-9)

Art Mullen - knowing the way around the course helps player save par (-11)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-8)
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Old 04-05-2018, 01:03 PM   #959
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 9

Rob Nielsen - nice 2 putt par (-2) - 1 under early in the round
Ches O Peake - solid par (-4) - 3 birdies and 1 bogey on the opening 9...for a nice 2 under start

Malcolm Reynolds - chip didn't have enough spin to check and the ball rolls down the hill leaving a long par putt which is missed (-1) - 1 over par with 9 to play
Will Robie - just like his playing partner his chip fails to check and it rolls a long way from the hole - bogey (E) - 2 over par on the front

Harold Finch - solid par (-2) - even par so far today
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5) - birdies at 2 and 5 get him 2 under heading to the back

John Puller - long straight drive helps player birdie (-1) - 2 over so far today
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2) - 1 over

Des Courtney - crushes drive down the middle and birdies (-5) - 1 under on the first 9 holes
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5) - all pars to open the round

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-5) - pars on all 9 on the front
Benton Frazier - solid par (-6) - a lone birdie at 6 with 8 other pars

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-7) - 1 under on the front side
Jake Doyle -solid par (-9) - also 1 under so far today

Art Mullen - nice play to save par after missing the fairway (-11) - 1 under for the leader on the front
Tommy Phan - solid par (-8) - even par
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Old 04-05-2018, 11:54 PM   #960
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Looking for a strong back 9 charge to break into the top 3.
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Old 04-06-2018, 11:07 AM   #961
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 10

Rob Nielsen - solid par(-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1)
Will Robie - textbook par (E)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - deep bunker is too much for Jimmy (-4)

John Puller - aggressive pitch salvages par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - textbook par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - consistent play leads to birdie (-6)
Benton Frazier - solid par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-7)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-9)

Art Mullen - deep bunker leads to bogey and drops Mullen back to just a 1 stroke lead (-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-8)

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Old 04-06-2018, 11:46 AM   #962
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 11

Rob Nielsen - great 2 putts for par from 45 feet (-2)
Ches O Peake - aggressive drive fails to clear the bunker and ball is too close to the face for the second shot to reach the green - player eventually bogeys (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - textbook par (-1)
Will Robie - aggressive drive is deep in the rough and player can't reach the green due to tree - bogey (+1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - aggressive play is rewarded with birdie (-5)

John Puller - textbook par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - textbook par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - takes advantage of the easy pin for birdie (-7)
Benton Frazier - fairway bunker grabs the tee ball but player is able to par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - textbook par (-7)
Jake Doyle - drive plugs in the fairway bunker leads to bogey (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - textbook par (-8)

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Old 04-06-2018, 11:48 AM   #963
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 12

Rob Nielsen - solid par (-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1)
Will Robie - solid par (+1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - textbook par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - takes advantage of the easy pin for birdie (-7)
Benton Frazier - fairway bunker grabs the tee ball but player is able to par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - drive splits the fairway and player converts the birdie (-8)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - great 9 iron approach is inside 4 feet - birdie (-9)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:03 PM   #964
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 13

Rob Nielsen - textbook par (-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1)
Will Robie - textbook par (+1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - textbook par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - solid par (-5)

Ray Vecchio - great long iron approach settles inside 7 feet - birdie, and that's 3 birdies in the last 4 holes for Ray (-8)
Benton Frazier - textbook par (-6)

Chucky Dawson - textbook par (-8)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par (-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-9)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:06 PM   #965
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 14

Rob Nielsen - textbook par (-2)
Ches O Peake - didn't quite reach the green in two but a nifty chip leaves a tap in birdie (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - almost reached the green in two, but poor chip leads to just a par (-1)
Will Robie - solid par (+1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-2)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - textbook par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - smart aggressive play = birdie (-6)

Ray Vecchio - poor 3rd shot ruins any shot at birdie (-8)
Benton Frazier - reached green in 2 and 2 putts for birdie (-7)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-8)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - textbook par (-10)
Tommy Phan - up and down out of the bunker for par (-9)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:11 PM   #966
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 15

Rob Nielsen - solid par (-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1)
Will Robie - player's confidence overcomes a bit of bad luck to allow player to save par (+1)

Harold Finch - 3 putt bogey (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - solid par (-5)

John Puller - solid par(-1)
Ray Kowalski - solid par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - solid par(-6)

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-8)
Benton Frazier - solid par (-7)

Chucky Dawson - too aggressive for the hole - bogey (-7)
Jake Doyle - solid par (-8)

Art Mullen - solid par(-10)
Tommy Phan - solid par (-9)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:15 PM   #967
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 16

Rob Nielsen - simple 2 putt par (-2)
Ches O Peake - solid par (-4)

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1)
Will Robie - textbook par (+1)

Harold Finch - solid par (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - great 2 putt from 35 feet with a big break (-5)

John Puller - scrambles to save par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - middle of the green and 2 putts for par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - sinks the 9 foot birdie putt (-7)

Ray Vecchio - confident play leads to his 4th birdie on the back, plus he moves 1 stroke off the lead (-9)
Benton Frazier - up and down out of the bunker for par (-7)

Chucky Dawson - solid par (-7)
Jake Doyle - sinks the 12 foot birdie putt, moves 1 stroke off the lead (-9)

Art Mullen - solid par(-10)
Tommy Phan - makes the 8 foot birdie putt - and is now a co-leader (-10)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:22 PM   #968
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 17

Rob Nielsen - makes the 7 foot birdie putt (-3)
Ches O Peake - simple bunker shot doesn't check and player ends up with bogey (-3)

Malcolm Reynolds - tries to drive the green ends up in trouble but still scrapes out a par (-1)
Will Robie - up and down from bunker saves par (+1)

Harold Finch - up and down from the bunker for par (-1)
Jimmy Fujita - bad bunker shot leads to bogey (-4)

John Puller - solid par (-1)
Ray Kowalski - textbook par (-2)

Des Courtney - solid par (-5)
Jesse Porter - in bunker off the tee, nice blast out but the 5 foot birdie putt is missed. (-7)

Ray Vecchio - approach is inside 8 feet but the birdie putt won't fall, missed opportunity there...(-9)
Benton Frazier - smartly played hole - birdie (-8)

Chucky Dawson - drives the green and 2 putts for birdie (-8)
Jake Doyle - textbook par (-9)

Art Mullen - nice bunker shot saves par...(-10)
Tommy Phan - can't execute a pretty easy bunker shot well enough to save par - bad time for that shot as Phan falls out of the lead. (-9)
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:41 PM   #969
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The Texas Open - Final Round

Hole 18

Rob Nielsen - well executed shots from tee to green - birdie...nice back to back birdie finish for Rob (-4) - managed to go 2 under on the back and finish with a 69 today.
Ches O Peake - textbook par (-3) - 1 over on the back and 1 under for the round.

Malcolm Reynolds - solid par (-1) - all pars on the back and 1 over in total
Will Robie - excellent play leads to birdie (E) - even on the back and 2 over for the round.

Harold Finch - textbook par (-1) - bogey at 15 the only non-par result on the back and the reason he finished the day 1 over.
Jimmy Fujita - solid par(-4) - 1 over on the back and 1 under for the round.

John Puller - solid par (-1) - All pars on the back - 2 over 74 for the day
Ray Kowalski - textbook par (-2) - also parred all 9 holes on the back...finishing 1 over

Des Courtney - solid par (-5) - even on the back with all pars and 1 under for the round.
Jesse Porter - after scraping around the entire hole, he makes a 16 foot putt with 4 feet of break to save par (-7) - after a quiet front 9, managed 2 birdies on the back.

Ray Vecchio - solid par (-9) - fantasic 32 on the back 9 allows player to finish with a 4 under round of 68...best round of the day.
Benton Frazier - textbook par (-8) - 2 under on the back, plus the 1 under on the front moves Frazier to a 69 on the day

Chucky Dawson - aggressive putt for birdie is a hair to firm and player has to settle for par. (-8) - 1 under on the back and 2 under today
Jake Doyle - solid par (-9) - even finishing 9, and 1 under in total

Art Mullen - textbook par (-10) - 1 over on the back - even for the day and it was just good enough to hang on for the win.
Tommy Phan - textbook par (-9) - 1 under on the back and 1 under for the round.
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Old 04-06-2018, 02:45 PM   #970
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The Texas Open - Final Round Leaderboard

Code:
Art Mullen -10 Tommy Phan -9 Jake Doyle -9 Ray Vecchio -9 Chucky Dawson -8 Benton Frazier -8 Jesse Porter -7 Des Courtney -5 Jimmy Fujita -4 Rob Nielsen -4 Ches O Peake -3 Ray Kowalski -2 John Puller -1 Harold Finch -1 Malcolm Reynolds -1 Will Robie -E
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Old 04-06-2018, 08:12 PM   #971
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Tie for 5th place money is not what Chucky had in mind at the turn. However, a -2 for each round proves how maddeningly consistent he is. Where's his menace stat that makes everyone quake in their boots and play like crap?
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Old 04-10-2018, 08:44 AM   #972
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I've not had time recently to continue building new courses and we are rapidly closing the gap between what's available to play and what we've already completed. I'm going to need some time to finish a few more courses...
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Old 04-10-2018, 09:52 AM   #973
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I've not had time recently to continue building new courses and we are rapidly closing the gap between what's available to play and what we've already completed. I'm going to need some time to finish a few more courses...

I've come to the point where my involvement has waned a bit and my training and SOP instructions are just carried over from previous ones. I think a break from action - for me at least - would do me good.
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Old 04-11-2018, 09:32 AM   #974
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I've come to the point where my involvement has waned a bit and my training and SOP instructions are just carried over from previous ones. I think a break from action - for me at least - would do me good.

This probably begs the question of "is anyone enjoying this enough for me to continue to do the dynasty?"

I think the pieces of the game would be easier to understand and play if you had an interface that provided you with ongoing detail rather then getting everything explained to you. In fact, the game would probably be more fun in this scenario if I simplified it a bit. Anyway, just curious if I should continue, please let me know your thoughts?
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Old 04-15-2018, 01:02 PM   #975
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I am, but I don't suck awful either. It's been fun to follow along. I think you do a great job with your interactive dynasties. This one has been fun, but if my guy was awful I'd need to retool him somehow or be able to improve. Failing that, I'd lose interest. To that end, if you don't want to continue I'd understand.
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Old 04-15-2018, 01:55 PM   #976
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I'd be happy to continue, I like interactive sports projects
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