Guest MrFill Posted April 21, 2006 Share Posted April 21, 2006 What are the rules? Go to the Prediction Page, and log in using your TWO USERNAME AND PASSWORD. From there, choose your predictions from the drop down list provided, and submit them. If you've changed your password since you first created your Predictions account, then you'll have to remember your old password. I've lost my password, what should I do? Send a PM to me (MrFill) and I'll reply with will your password, or change it to whatever you request. What are the changes? Nothing major changed for 2006, just that we're adding more "miscelleanous" questions. Remember, the Who and Who works like this: You will get 1 point for every person who is correct. You will lose 1 point for every person you choose over the number of people in the result. e.g. La Resistance vs Edge & Chris Benoit at Taboo Tuesday 2004: If you selected Rob Conway and Chris Benoit, +2 points. If you selected Rob Conway and Edge, +1 point for Conway. If you selected Sylvan Grenier and Edge, 0 points. If you selected Rob Conway, Sylvan Grenier and Edge, +1 point for Conway, -1 point for 1 too many people chosen, therefore 0 points. If it's a 6 man match and you choose all 6 people, then you can end up losing 2 points for this, so do so at your own peril. Also, you get one account for the predictions. There will be NO merging, so for the best chance of victory, use the same account. If you change your TWO password, your Prediction password will NOT CHANGE. If you decide to change your username, then your predictions total will be "split" between the 2 usernames, so do this at your own choice, because they WILL NOT be combined. Get that? They WILL NOT be comined. What events will it cover? All the scheduled TNA events this year, plus any TNA PPV events that are announced. Is there a prize? Believe it or not, but there IS a prize - only found out after the last PPV - Kam is uber-generous. :xyx I will miss (PPV) because I am on holiday. Can I get someone else to choose for me? No. It's your own fault for missing a PPV. How incredibly insulting of you to go on holiday. What do the scores on the leaderboard mean? The points total is how many points you have accumulated over the prediction season. The 'PPV' count is how many PPVs you have predicted. The percentage is the overall percentage of correct predictions you have made. I win! I had the highest percentage of correct predictions! That's nice for you, now please, shut up and go away. I have a problem with the counting of my total, as I believe I wasn't given points I should have been. Ask - if something is wrong with the scoring, then I'll have to check on the results as it could be effecting everybody. P.S. You shouldn't have got them anyway. I have a problem with the counting of my total, as I believe I was given points I shouldn't have been. Don't be so damned honest, but if you really want, I can remove points just from you. OK, so I won't, but it sounds good. Should I announce my participation and successful predictions input? NO! Nobody needs to know that, so please save this thread for problems and after-show comments. I have an idea for an additional question, what should I do? As long as you think of it before 2 days before the PPV, just put it in this thread - if it's a good enough question, it'll be added. Thank you for running the predictions MrFill, you are a true inspiration to myself and a hero amongst men. I just created the system, OK, so it took LOTS of work, years of upgrades, and hours of back-breaking pain, but we like it. Chris2K deserves credit for getting it started on TWO, but I don't want him to get a big head. I'd normally thank TGO, but he missed the last TNA PPV because he's a muppet. If you have any suggestions for additional questions, please get them in BEFORE Saturday afternoon, anything after that will be ignored. One final thing - good luck :). The Prediction Page Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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