Well done SJS !!
Well done SJS !!
Last edited by JASON; 20-11-2004 at 01:45 AM.
i don't think i would have got that in a 1000 yrs...
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Viktor, are you going to hang around for another one ? If so I'll post next question. It could get boring if its only SJS and me .
I am sorry for that.Originally Posted by viktor
But the person who adjudicates in a sport was called peerless (or umpire) because the others (contestants) were each others equals while he was above them and was peerless on the field.
I suppose they did not think we will eventually have a second and a third umpire besides a match referee
shoot. its the weekend..Originally Posted by JASON
oh it makes sense alright, just wouldn't have thought in that direction..Originally Posted by SJS
so what would a match referee be, i wonder??
A Controversial bowler (for more reasons than one) . Still holds a record to this date . Who? What controversies? What record ?
Refree comes straight from referOriginally Posted by viktor
The cricket umpire's position is unique in all sports since he is really running a court (sort of). He has to be appealed to for justice ! If you dont appeal to him, he maintains his silence (in the all important out/not out decisions).
In all other sports, the refree gives the decision without having to be asked.
I will ignore that. Victor have you followed the previous questions on this thread ? If you still want me to take it as a question I will.Originally Posted by viktor
Is he a spinner ?Originally Posted by JASON
honestly, no..Is there a limit to the number of questions? if yes, if u could ignore it, that would be gr8Originally Posted by JASON
Q 1 Is he a spinner ? Yes.Originally Posted by SJS
Victor there's a limit of 20 questions. You will get hints at end of Q 10 and Q15. Blind guesses are allowed, but will usually cost 2 questions (these are SJS's rules).
Last edited by JASON; 20-11-2004 at 02:00 AM.
Victor, you have to ask questions which can be answered by YES or NO or IRRELEVANT and within 20 such questions you try to narrow down the options and arrive at the answer.Originally Posted by viktor
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