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Discussion: THE RATINGS GAME
|Sept. 10, 2005|
|THE RATINGS GAME|
An incredibly difficult job at best. However, some things sure seem weard and would appear to have a paper trail attached to them.
Look at the ratings: Go to THARALDSON ENTERPRISES out of Las Vegas [60's]. May 2005 rated Major Plus; June 2005 rated Major and in July 2005 rated AAA. Las Vegas Elks a AAA team for the past two seasons now rated AA as of I believe June2005.
The team we defeated in the Western Nationals in Seattle in July 2005 [60's AAA], two out of three, name First American Title, one week later re-rated to AA. Our scores were 14-15; 9-8; and 25-14.
Sh-t happens and we just learn to live with it. My real concern is the connection to Washington and Las Vegas as discussed under the topic herein "How to Win a Ring."
I still feel that SSWC is the finest organization out there and will continue to play in their tournaments and support them fully, However, some of their decisions do give one reason to think.
|Sept. 19, 2005|
|This is a follow up to my original posting of 9/10. Please read it before you read this.. THARALDSON ENTERPRISE, Las Vegas, just returned from Plano re SPA as 60's AAA champions, Undefeated! Like I said were rated Major+ in May; Major in June; and AAA in July. Averaged 30+ runs I am told in Plano. What gives? I knew we had a pole to climb but no one told me it was greased. Anyone out there that played against TE please post your score here.|
|Sept. 19, 2005|
|The last posting was by Gumper and not Jah#4. Don't know how that occurred.|
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