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Re: "Each participant may bring one sheet of paper"

Posted: April 1st, 2020, 4:21 pm
by SilverBreeze
Hmm... I think the issue here is two copies of the same cheatsheet makes sense, but I think there was an FAQ that specifically allows the cheatsheets to have different content(it'd be extremely difficult to nearly impossible to enforce anyway), so I think it would make more sense to have x number of cheatsheets per team, rather than per person.

I believe the Crime Busters rules this year have changed from per team to per participant? I'm curious as to what the rationale behind this is.

Re: "Each participant may bring one sheet of paper"

Posted: April 2nd, 2020, 9:22 am
by knightmoves
SilverBreeze wrote:
April 1st, 2020, 4:21 pm
Hmm... I think the issue here is two copies of the same cheatsheet makes sense, but I think there was an FAQ that specifically allows the cheatsheets to have different content(it'd be extremely difficult to nearly impossible to enforce anyway), so I think it would make more sense to have x number of cheatsheets per team, rather than per person.
Yes, that's the point. The rationale behind "you can have a copy per person" makes sense, except that nobody has time to enforce a rule that they are the same, so there isn't a rule like that. Which means that you generate an unfair situation, and as you say "x cheatsheets per team" is a better rule.