@Chris nz wrote:
Always a point, not like you would quit if you were in say 1000th place what's the difference I'm at 2.9k and I still had the highs n lows of this round like everyone else. It made games I normally wouldn't be interested in a little more exciting / interesting
Even if this year's a flop there's plenty more years to come, I'll learn something probably get a good laugh at a post or 2 get passionate about some random fantasy shit and have someone to yarn with about it save the missus from pretending to be interested. Not like we all expected to be winners from day one but may aswell have a crack at doing the best you can and just enjoy this shit for what it is.
All praise the chin god
May we all avoid macca
And never doubt walsh again !
Well said Chris.
The bit I bolded is the most important. There's always a learning opportunity. Even if you've been completely bent over by the fantasy Gods like LB, it's still worth playing out, seeing what you can do, practice bye planning, have some fun, or at least put some shit on Mulvy....I leave myself wide open regularly. I'm surprised it's not taken advantage of.