emelar wrote:1- Let them have a five man game. Why give someone who lost a 2nd chance unless the players in that game prefer a six man game themselves. Perhaps it is most fair to just ask those five instead of everybody else.
Let the five decide. Usually I would think they'd prefer the lesser number to compete against, but perhaps not for the game-play. However, if somebody lost by missing turns x 3, then it would still be a legitimate win for one of the other 5. So why potentially take it away from one of them to give it to somebody who already lost unless the majority of the 5 in the game prefer it that way?
I'm not adamant about this line of thought. It just seems sensible. (LOL, btw, I am in a six man game...I'm not in one of the fives trying to get myself an advantage...but I cannot say that the $10 they slipped me didn't color my opinion just a little.)