e-Postal Match "High Fives" rule Update
Merle pointed out that since the "High Fives" e-Postal match will be shot entirely on one sheet of paper, and the tie-breaker will be the total of the five off-hand shots, how can you tell for sure which five were the off-hand shots?
That's a good point. To resolve this, I have slightly modified the rules so that the tie breaker will be the score of your five lowest scoring shots. That does pretty much the same thing, and if, after that you are still tied, it gets posted as a tie.
Labels: e-Postal Matches