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Subject: Expert Game: Perfection versus On-Time, what is the difference? rss

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After having read through the rules, I can not see a difference between the Additional Tasks of Perfection and On-Time.

Both require:

1) No empty spaces.
2) No misconnections.
3) Completed within the time allotted.

Have I misread something in the descriptions? Thanks.

-Rusty


p.s. allotted is misspelled in the description of On-Time on page 5.



 
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Dan Blum
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The On-Time task description says "misconnections are allowed," at least in the English rules I am looking at.
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Quote:
On-Time
Completely covered board within the time alloted, no empty spaces, misconnections are allowed.


I can see where it might be interpreted that way, but I would expect a period after spaces, rather than a comma. I read it that "No empty spaces or misconnections are allowed." with the comma acting as a list indicator.

Thanks for your interpretation. I will follow that unless I hear otherwise from a higher authority.
 
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Andre Bronswijk
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That's correct, misconnections are allowed.
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