In Reply to: Re: Thank you Rich posted by Mercury_Atlantis (Gold Member) on October 09, 2001 at 22:27:55:
It seems we all agree the players who left did so when Yahoo Ladders came about. That's why I feel we need a new approach :) Those interested in the old way no longer are; so let's mix things up, try a lot of different things, and see what works :)
: After Yahoo Ladder! started back on April 10th, 1999, which led to the downfall of cases ladder, I slowly and mostly because the number of players was dastrically decreased, I started to keep an eye on irregularities. I don't act as judge, or utioner, simply as a reporter.
: The people who left cases were not driven out of it by me. Most players who got inactive on cases are pretty much inactive all around, so it's not because it's cases.
: You remember how big and great cases ladder was, and as long as it lives, it still has the potential to become close to what it once was, as long as there is will and persistance.
: Help us make a difference, play in Cases Ladder !