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Subject: Reduce adv to darkness winner
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"Nicholas Howe" <> wrote in message <gf25o6$f62$>...
> Concerns that that the darkness winner had an unfair advantage seem unfounded, since it appears that someone else has won twilight.

Well, I think I for one was a bit confused by the rules.  I expected that the entry that won Darkness, "ebi v1", would win the Twilight phase because it continues to be the one with the best score.  (And unless the scoring is changed, its score might never be beaten.)

Instead, it seems that the winner of each phase must have been submitted during that phase.