Dispute: Garrett Holland - Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive - Rolling Thunder 2 - NTSC - Points - Player: Scott Jenkins - Garrett C. Holland

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  1. Dispute: Garrett Holland - Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive - Rolling Thunder 2 - NTSC - Points - Player: Scott Jenkins - Garrett C. Holland

    06-10-2021, 01:22 AM
    Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive - Rolling Thunder 2 - NTSC - Points
    Track
    https://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=1936
    Rank

    Rules
    Single Player Only [No Passwords Allowed!]
    Special Rules: You may freely choose Leila or Albatross.
    Player Name
    Scott Jenkins
    Original Adjudication
    N/A
    Verification Method
    Referee
    Verification Date
    2004-06-11
    Disputed Score
    1,582,380 (Rank 5)
    Disputed By
    Garrett Holland
    Dispute Evidence / Rationale
    Score pulled from a magazine. Same rationale for removal as the other disputes linked below in the comments.
    Thanks Luigi Ruffolo thanked this post
  2. 06-18-2021, 05:44 PM
    Well, these scores which are certified garbage are still infesting the website.

    Upon further inspection, there are a bunch more records from these players that have the same date showing that they are also certified garbage scores on top of these certified garbage scores.
    Thanks Garrett Holland thanked this post
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  3. 06-18-2021, 08:29 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by freeko View Post
    Well, these scores which are certified garbage are still infesting the website.

    Upon further inspection, there are a bunch more records from these players that have the same date showing that they are also certified garbage scores on top of these certified garbage scores.
    Sweet! If you want, send me a PM with a list and Ill start disputing the ones that are proven garbage.
  4. 06-18-2021, 08:37 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by freeko View Post
    Well, these scores which are certified garbage are still infesting the website
    To provide additional persepctive on the process as I have experienced it to be, TG staff review the disputes on a regular basis (could be daily, once a week, or once a month ... nobody is entirely sure, but it does appear to be "regularly"). I will assume that upon their review of all active disputes, they analyze the current polling data on the disputes (aye vs. nay votes weighted by CR). If the polling data meet a threshold (specifics unknown to the public) in favor of the dispute and they deem the evidence sufficient, the dispute is accepted and the score is removed. If the polling data threshold is met for retaining the record, then the dispute is deactivated indefinitely.

    These are likely still active either because the disputes have not garnered enough community votes one way or the other, or, the disputes have not been reviewed since the time the threshold has been met.
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