- ... Chicago didn t win. It merely tied with three other cities for a plurality, and even those four cities combined did not gain a majority. Besides, asMessage 1 of 787 , Jun 1, 2006View Source"Perry Romanowski" <thejoggler@...> wrote:
> Looks like Chicago wins!!! . . .Chicago didn't win. It merely tied with three other cities for a
plurality, and even those four cities combined did not gain a
majority. Besides, as Jewellee said, they don't know how to play
euchre in Chicago; it would be an unfortunate choice for a hall of fame.
Looks like there will be a run-off (we hope Jewellee votes this time).
And, since there was not even a combination for a majority, every
city that got a vote on the initial ballot -- including four "write
ins" -- will be in the run-off. Multiple votes on the initial ballot
may be considered for tie-breakers in the run-off, if that proves
appropriate and fair.
Here are the results with "write ins":
Chicago, Illinois, 2 votes (8.7%)
Cleveland, Ohio, 2.
Columbus, Ohio, 2.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 2.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1 vote (4.35%).
Bowersville, Ohio, 1.
Bowersville, Georgia, 1.
Canton, Ohio, 1.
Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1.
Columbus, Indiana, 1.
Columbus, Georgia, 1.
Cooperstown, New York, 1.
Detroit, Michigan, 1.
Enigma, Georgia, 1.
Gnawbone, Indiana, 1.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 1.
Strasbourg, Alsace, 1.
Thunder Bay, Ontario, 1.
Uker, Gujarat, 1.
- The following EuchreScience poll is now closed. Here are the final results: POLL QUESTION: The dealer to your right called Diamonds trump, you're down toMessage 787 of 787 , Nov 19, 2013View SourceThe following EuchreScience poll is now closed. Here are the
POLL QUESTION: The dealer to your right called Diamonds trump, you're down to your last 3 cards and both suits in your hand have not been played yet.(KC, QKS) The dealer plays a heart, which card do you play next?
CHOICES AND RESULTS
- KC, 2 votes, 20.00%
- QS, 6 votes, 60.00%
- KS, 2 votes, 20.00%
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