Gerry, I agree with you 100%.
With one exception - WRTC.
I hear these talks since I started contesting in 1974. If it would be that
easy to create "a geographically fair contest" then it would've been
created long time ago.
73 Yuri VE3DZ
> The reality check problem is that it doesn't eliminate the issue of some
> geographical locations being more advantageous than others. There are
> contesters in Europe and Eastern North America than anywhere else. Being
> far away, yet with long periods of reliable propagation, to these regions
> will be the winning combination. ZD8Z will probably be unbeatable in a
> contest like that, although LT1F would be a force to be reckoned with as
> well. Either way, in a HF contest where points are related to distance,
> South Atlantic replaces Zones 9 and 33 as the hotspot.
> There ain't no such thing as a geographically fair contest.
> Gerry G0RTN
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