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So as long as they got point this year it's fine? Good to knowMoondance said:Well, Ricco and Rasmussen could be kept. They'd have the CQ scores they accumulated this year.
But I agree with Ferminal. Guys like Di Luca or Rebbelin shouldn't be 'free'
I was only kidding. But if you look at the one MR tibbs done i was like the only person to use all the dopers (even though they were absolutely free)Ferminal said:If they have had half a season comeback I'm sure it would be ok. But imagine if Pellizotti was 60 points, he would be in every single team.
On my first go I managed to get 30 riders at just over 8,500, so it shouldn't be too hard cutting the additional 1,000 off.
That's not fair, I got a bunch of riders under the 100 points and only 2 or so could really be called having doped. Also the injured riders, if you take them, you take a gamble and they are a bargain, to punish someone to find such a bargain is just not fairroundabout said:I still like the suggestion of just a single rider with less than 100 points. Rules out a few (non-sanctioned) people on my shortlist but i do think that rider selection should be more of challenge than picking returning dopers or perenially injured riders who can do very well when healthy.
Don't worry I guess most are not completely logically.kurtinsc said:I'll admit I'm not exactly picking super logically. I've got 7 riders from the US... many young that probably aren't going to develop as quickly as my heart would want them to.
Most valuable one: Cavendish at 1241Parrulo said:just a question. how many points did your most valuable guy had? i didn't went for anything with more then 1k. actually my most valuable guy is a couple hundred points below the 1k mark.