Everyone knows that the NSC is held to determine the best player who isn't Dave Wiegand. Somehow, in 2005, Dave Wiegand still managed to win.
NASPA was created as a separate entity in order to break away from Dave Wiegand and give everyone else a chance. But shh... nobody has told him yet.
It's always a bad idea to grant Dave Wiegand a recount. He can recount the game 20 times and find 12 new points every time. He once recounted a game against Kenji for an entire week and found 26,381 extra points. Kenji, on the other hand, lost over two thousand points, 13 wins, 4 Reno early birds, and a National championship he hasn't even won yet, all in that same week of recounts.
bnjy99 wrote:Actually, yours was the 101st post, It was the 100th response. David Weigand found that last point on a recount... even though he was up by 200.
Who is David Weigand?
David Weigand is Dave Wiegand's long lost evil twin. His rating is a mere 14. He once opened a game with sATIrE for 7 after miscounting the score. One time Davd Weigand's opponent didn't show up and had to forfeit. David Weigand still lost the game. When you play against David Weigand, a challenge computer is set up at your table just for convenience. David Weigand typically loses 200+ points per game in overtime penalties because he can't find the game room between bathroom breaks. David Weigand doesn't play OT, OB, and QN because he's in time trouble; he plays them because he thinks they're good.
I can't believe you haven't heard of David Weigand. . .