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POLL: Do 'No Pre-Measuring' Rules Encourage Cheating?


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unknown member writes:

I am quiet happy for those who want to estimate ranges to carry on, what I like about wargaming is we can all change whatever we don't like in the rules, and do it our way. If someone else has a different view then that is valid for them as well.

Just saying it's not my cup of tea, despite playing in a number of fletcher platt games where estimation came into it a bit :-)


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
no
115
62%
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yes
45
24%
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no opinion
25
14%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
Some rulesets prohibit players from making measurements on the tabletop prior to taking an action. But if a player knows the length from his elbow to his fingertips, and happens to lean over the table… Does the prohibition of pre-measuring encourage cheating?

Poll set up by unknown member, based on this pre-poll discussion.