Thank you very much for Great Job you do
R36F is on place 27
Propably he have more spots from UA9s because he is from UA9 and turning
ant to UA9 more often? :-)
Spots not help anyway like you see
Many calls is known anyway
Lets see what judging committee will do
Willy is not identify anybody like you see and he spot lot other teams also
73 Al 4L5A
Sent: Sunday, July 11, 2010 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Nasty Cheerleading in favor of R36F
> Howdy Hans.
> That's correct. 21 more spots respect to the second most spotted station.
> 21%. And that 21 % was produced only by Willy UA9BA and Igor UA9CDC.
> No wonder, since Willy publicly indicated that he was going to over spot
> the UA
> team over the others, no only that, he encouraged other rusian stations
> favor the UA team.
> I listened throughout the contest using an SDR receiver located in The
> Netherlands and everytime R36F was spotted a big pile up of UA stations
> start to call, those pile ups lasted for at least 10 mins even in bands
> where no
> other R3 stations where operating due to poor propagation.
> Being each team so close to each other, this 21 extra spots produced at
> least a
> couple of hundred of QSOs with only UA stations that already were aware of
> To me R36F should not receive the credit of the possition they will end up
> the log checking. I already know that will not be the case though. Too bad
> is happening. Too sad indeed
> Martin, LU5DX
> PS: With competition being so stiff, something that will produce even a
> bunch of Qs in favor of just one team respect to the others deserves to be
> considered as an unfair method to prevail in a competition. Specially,
> considering all this procedure was made public before the contest.
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