I think i like to play 4man team in stroke play because its more of stories and stuff.
More of drama.
Yes . Multiplayer Stroke Play with 2 , 3 , or 4 players is some of the best times one can have in WGT . Very similar to Alt Shot . But with the intent to play well and try to show some skill and complete the round . As it is ranked and everything in it counts statistically .
As opposed to alt Shot . Where the are no stats and nothing counts .
In the Stroke Play . 4 player . It could be a lengthy round of golf . With all 4 taking shots on each hole . There also may be a different type of player . A little more serious . ( because the round counts ) ( and I said may be a different type of player ) Some play both Stroke and Alt . Some play exclusively one or the other .
And as you mentioned . Some XLNT conversations to be had in them .
But few players TC and TL spoils and quit after first hole. People say there is no BOT in WGT
But balmeiro and bubba74 behaves liek Bot and quit after first hole.
You need to remove the names of those
two players or you may find you yourself gets blocked . It’s against
rules to name and shame
It is not a good idea to ever mention any player in a negative manner . Ever . Mostly because it is not your job to judge . When you don't have all the facts . Most likely what you think happened . Wasn't even close to what really happened .
The mods have the power to slap you on the wrists for the infraction . ( or more but not likely ) . So you should be very careful .
I dont like block feature but if people quit ..we need a vote feature to block them. Anyone quit after 2nd hole need to be blocked if they have done it like 20 times.
If you can see the same player . One you do not know . Play and quit in more than 1 round . You will be very lucky .
If a player exits or ends a round . You or anyone have no idea why or what happened to cause it . And even more likely is that you will never see that player again .
Without proof or facts or more data . Like a confession . I do not suggest blocking any players .
That is my opinion on that .
People say there is no BOT in WGT .
I think what was said was . That BOTS are not and do not have the ability to play the game . There is just no way .
We have seen some interesting BOTS in these forums . But that's as advanced as they get .
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Typically, bots perform tasks that are simple and repetitive, much
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large amounts of content on the Internet, usually adding advertising
links. More than 94.2% of websites have experienced a bot attack.
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found that over half of ads shown across thousands of campaigns between
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- in 2012, journalist Percy von Lipinski reported that he discovered millions of bots or botted or pinged views at CNN iReport. CNN iReport quietly removed millions of views from the account of so-called superstar iReporter Chris Morrow. It is not known if the ad revenue received by CNN from the fake views was ever returned to the advertisers.
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The most widely used anti-bot technique is the use of CAPTCHA, which is a form of Turing test
used to distinguish between a human user and a less-sophisticated
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So No . No BOTS are playing the game . Not even close .