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    When fighters have a draw twice

    I think this is a rare occurrence that 2 fighters have engaged in 2 consecutive draws. But if that is the case, do you think a third fight is necessary to break the deadlock? My take on a draw is an even fight which means both fighters have the same skills and strength. That is very true when the 2 fighters have fought twice and both fights ended in a draw. A third fight may also end in a draw so it is not an active proposition.

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    Re: When fighters have a draw twice

    It is not wrong to assume that each fighter then is a winner with equal capabilities. However, for the sake of the game a winner must be declared.

    The third fight will actually be the test of stamina instead of strength or tactics.




 

 

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