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PostPosted: 15 Jun 2011, 18:46 
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Thought about another one. You can put a complex game scenario and a game player. Ask people to make a strategy to win the game(if at all the game can be won). The forum members will have to look out for the weakness of the opponent from the description of problem and the shot played at that time. Best strategy gets the prize. Can't come up with a example though as I am not so much experienced in real time matches, but I think question can be made complex enough.

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Thought about another one. You can put a complex game scenario and a game player. Ask people to make a strategy to win the game(if at all the game can be won). The forum members will have to look out for the weakness of the opponent from the description of problem and the shot played at that time. Best strategy gets the prize. Can't come up with a example though as I am not so much experienced in real time matches, but I think question can be made complex enough.


Nice idea, but I think it would be very, very difficult to come up with a detailed enough situation and then ultra-subjective on what the best strategy would be, especially as it would be based on styles and levels. I think its a bit too complex for a competition on a forum. Good try though. ;)

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mohit wrote:
Thought about another one. You can put a complex game scenario and a game player. Ask people to make a strategy to win the game(if at all the game can be won). The forum members will have to look out for the weakness of the opponent from the description of problem and the shot played at that time. Best strategy gets the prize. Can't come up with a example though as I am not so much experienced in real time matches, but I think question can be made complex enough.


Then my solution would have to be the kobiashimaru ploy.

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perhaps we could do a table tennis match prediction, with the person who gets the closest prediction (for example: Timo Boll v Ma Lin: winner: Timo Boll, 4-1) wins :P

or have a single clip of a single point of a random match and we have to predict who won the point, completely missing the ball, in the net or over the table, and what stroke.

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