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#1 User is offline   nathan2008 

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Posted 2012-June-02, 10:04

Dear all BBOers,

I feel so guilty, so i come here to report myself. I am so sorry to tell all that i have cheated with my second id zhouhang32. I feel so sorry. Shame on me!!!! Now bbo has deleted my id. I am now using my first id: nathan2008. I promise to all that i won't do that again. Really stupid and no fun!!!! Please forgive me.

I am a young people and now doing my PHD in mathematics (probability and statistics.) I started learning bridge in 2004 and soon fell in love with bridge. I began playing on bbo in 2008 (from my id!).

Again, please forgive me for my bad behavoir. If you try to complain and attack on me, i won't say a word. It is indeed my fault. Young people always make stupid mistakes. Anyway i am brave enough to admit my mistakes. So please trust that i won't do that again. (One can't make the same mistake twice!!!!) Sorry for all if i hurt you with the old id. Now i must start a new life!

Best wishes to all,
Nathan.
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Posted 2012-June-02, 15:03

I believe 100% that you won't do it again, kudos to you for having the courage to admit your mistake :)
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#3 User is offline   Leo LaSota 

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Posted 2012-June-02, 20:30

While I believe that you should be granted a second opportunity, it would only be fair that ACBL/BBO remove all masterpoints earned and backtrack to eliminating your name from the awards list in all games that you participated in and providing the earned masterpoints to the appropriate individuals.
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Posted 2012-June-03, 05:08

What exactly did you do?
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Posted 2012-June-03, 06:06

View PostLeo LaSota, on 2012-June-02, 20:30, said:

While I believe that you should be granted a second opportunity, it would only be fair that ACBL/BBO remove all masterpoints earned and backtrack to eliminating your name from the awards list in all games that you participated in and providing the earned masterpoints to the appropriate individuals.


I've already lost all my money. Money is earned by playing robot reward. And it didn't last 2 years. I don't think it makes too many differences to others. I am so sorry to you if u think you lose many ACBL masterpoints.

To fuburles3: It was terrible. Please forgive me and forget it.
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Posted 2012-June-04, 00:37

Is this guy a high profile player or something?
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Posted 2012-June-04, 04:06

I'm with fuburules3, I'd like to know what you actually did...
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Posted 2012-June-04, 07:48

View Postfuburules3, on 2012-June-03, 05:08, said:

What exactly did you do?

View Postmr1303, on 2012-June-04, 04:06, said:

I'm with fuburules3, I'd like to know what you actually did...


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SLOW DOWN! This is not a speedball :)
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Posted 2012-June-04, 12:57

This could be a clever way to accuse someone of cheating without being censored.
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Posted 2012-June-04, 13:17

I'm hardly circling his dying body looking to finish him off. I'm just curious.
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Posted 2012-June-04, 15:46

View Postkgr, on 2012-June-04, 12:57, said:

This could be a clever way to accuse someone of cheating without being censored.

Look at the profile of the second id.
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