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    Ya if a 3rd spot opens up I'm interested
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    I will be in obviously

    I do have some concerns about new rule #3, although its possible I'm just not understanding it properly.

    So if I draft a guy in round 10 and he turns out to be the #1 ranked guy in the country, then I won't be allowed to trade him for anyone that was drafted in the first four rounds? That seems very arbitrary and silly to me if that is in fact the way the rule is meant to be applied. It also makes trading a lot more complicated since people will have to be pulling up the pick order thread constantly

    In fact I'm already thinking ahead and I know people like myself, and especially russ will just come up with really complicated trade schemes to get around the rule
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    I'm not attached to the rule.

    I'd be amenable to either altering it or dropping it entirely if that's what people want.
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    I'd like to amend the rule so that you can keep any 11-15 wrestler you drafted, even if he wasn't on your team at the end of the season.
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    Default Re: 2011/2012 Fantasy League Rules Rough Draft

    I see how it wouldn't be fair if you drafted someone from 11-15 and then traded him to someone else, you shouldn't be able to get him back, but if you finished the season with someone who was drafted in rounds 11-15 I would like to be able to keep them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutch134 View Post
    I see how it wouldn't be fair if you drafted someone from 11-15 and then traded him to someone else, you shouldn't be able to get him back, but if you finished the season with someone who was drafted in rounds 11-15 I would like to be able to keep them.
    This is patently unfair.
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    I'm assuming Zapp is being sarcastic, but just in case I think you have to have kept the wrestler.

    I'm wondering if wrestlers picked up during the supplimental should have a special provision under the keeper rule or whether they should be excluded? Obviously I have a personal stake given that I picked up some AA's in the supplimental round
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    Count me in again. I have to win it one of these years!

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