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    E WINFIELD WASHINGTON commented  · 

    Critical facts: 1) I have been playing pinochle for over 50 yrs and still have all my faculties about me. 2) Yes I do count cards.3) Generally I play with 3 computer players b/c live players have the tendancy to leave one questioning whether they are playing the game or with themself.4) I have played pinochle online with other platforms, which are no longer operating.
    I have noticed after having played this version of pinochle renegging on the part of the computer opponents. There are only 4 aces per suite yet the computer opponent will play a 5th. Computer opponents have played a 21st card in a suite which throws the game into chaos.
    Meld is NOT distributed equally amongst all players. Generally the opponents average meld is greater than 50 whereas my computer partner and I average a meld less than 50. This is unheard of on a consistent basis unless there is a silent monitor overseeing the game.
    Because of these inadequacies I refer to that silent monitor as FUNKY F(A)RTS as their silent participation stinks up the play and it is the more appropriate than violating your TOS policy.
    Your TOS policy is one-sided. The reason one plays games here is for entertainment. The kind of entertainment which is enjoyable. Having to deal with inept play on the part of the computer opponents, the silent monitor, and my own computer partner, who doesn't recognize the play on the board nor knows how to bid, in no way. shape, or form results in "enjoyable entertainment. TOS should bode both ways. You need to provide 'enjoyable entertainment' which would easily negate inappropriate discussions in the comments.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

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    E WINFIELD WASHINGTON commented  · 

    Critical facts: 1) I have been playing pinochle for over 50 yrs and still have all my faculties about me. 2) Yes I do count cards.3) Generally I play with 3 computer players b/c live players have the tendancy to leave one questioning whether they are playing the game or with themself.4) I have played pinochle online with other platforms, which are no longer operating.
    I have noticed after having played this version of pinochle renegging on the part of the computer opponents. There are only 4 aces per suite yet the computer opponent will play a 5th. Computer opponents have played a 21st card in a suite which throws the game into chaos.
    Meld is NOT distributed equally amongst all players. Generally the opponents average meld is greater than 50 whereas my computer partner and I average a meld less than 50. This is unheard of on a consistent basis unless there is a silent monitor overseeing the game.
    Because of these inadequacies I refer to that silent monitor as FUNKY F(A)RTS as their silent participation stinks up the play and it is the more appropriate than violating your TOS policy.
    Your TOS policy is one-sided. The reason one plays games here is for entertainment. The kind of entertainment which is enjoyable. Having to deal with inept play on the part of the computer opponents, the silent monitor, and my own computer partner, who doesn't recognize the play on the board nor knows how to bid, in no way. shape, or form results in "enjoyable entertainment. TOS should bode both ways. You need to provide 'enjoyable entertainment' which would easily negate inappropriate discussions in the comments.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    E WINFIELD WASHINGTON supported this idea  · 

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