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reddingrunner (92.37)

I can never be a yes man :-(



August 13, 2007 – Comments (4)

Even though all my picks are "outperforms", I'll never be identified by CAPS as a "Yes Man" since that icon only goes to those players who NEVER pick a single underperform.  (I had a few, but I've dropped them).   

No, it doesn't keep me awake at night, but I wish I had a way of identifying players who are essentially "yes men" even if they have had the occasional underperform call.  As it is, there are only 15 players in CAPS who have the "Yes Man" charm with 100+ picks and scores of 90 or better.  I bet there are a lot of others who are essentially "yes men", but there's no easy way for me to find them so I can look at their picks.

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#1) On August 13, 2007 at 10:37 PM, FosterGlobal (64.45) wrote:

That is too strict...I am on my way to being a yes man though.

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#2) On August 13, 2007 at 11:44 PM, devoish (78.10) wrote:

I am with you. 95% outperform picks maybe? Be careful though, this is a pretty responsive group running this game. If they like your idea they will do it if they can. Although I would suggest an "almost yes man" charm, because the "yes men" should be recognized for their perfection.

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#3) On August 14, 2007 at 12:28 PM, reddingrunner (92.37) wrote:

That's for sure, devoish: I have been amazed at how responsive and engaged the CAPS lords are.  So.... when does CAPS move out of beta?

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#4) On August 24, 2007 at 11:15 AM, XMFCramerica (95.25) wrote:

I think for the time being we will be keeping the Yes Man logic the same. However, per your point, we want to improve stock and player screening capabilities so you can find said player. Eventually, we'd like to add lucky charms as a component of search so players can perform more powerful searches. Fool on!

- Mike 

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