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My perception is this would be a nothingburger in the realm of professional play, but has more relevance to the language being used in the current suite of lawsuits.
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Nothing burger. Rule about joystick wasnt in place until 2009.

Then you didn't pay attention to (or watch) the video. The key point in BM's lawsuits, including SWORN statements by the corrupt individuals lying on his behalf, is that the machine was 100% original and unmodified in any way. That's where the checkmate comes in. Rules about modifications don't even enter into the picture (no pun intended) specifically because of the wording in his lawsuits.
Idiot.

If that's all you've got, it speaks to the kind of person you are.
It says a lot about what you know about submitting high level scores and what is meant by 'original hardware'. There are very very very few machines that would meet the strict definition of 'original hardware'. What is generally accepted is the PCB is unaltered, running original unmodified software. There are incidents, especially under the new regime where even modified software has been allowed, think Mappy and Asteroids for example.
Like I said, nothing burger, extra nothing.
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Nothing burger. Rule about joystick wasnt in place until 2009.

Then you didn't pay attention to (or watch) the video. The key point in BM's lawsuits, including SWORN statements by the corrupt individuals lying on his behalf, is that the machine was 100% original and unmodified in any way. That's where the checkmate comes in. Rules about modifications don't even enter into the picture (no pun intended) specifically because of the wording in his lawsuits.
Idiot.

If that's all you've got, it speaks to the kind of person you are.
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Nothing burger. Rule about joystick wasnt in place until 2009.

Then you didn't pay attention to (or watch) the video. The key point in BM's lawsuits, including SWORN statements by the corrupt individuals lying on his behalf, is that the machine was 100% original and unmodified in any way. That's where the checkmate comes in. Rules about modifications don't even enter into the picture (no pun intended) specifically because of the wording in his lawsuits.
Idiot.
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Donkey Kong Milestone Achievements / Re: Justin Elliot gets 833,200 on Crazy Kong!
« Last post by Simpsons99 on February 03, 2023, 04:24:45 pm »
Amazing this puts my crazy kong score to shame...
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General Donkey Kong Discussion / Re: Donkey Kong Tournament Edition
« Last post by rcade on February 03, 2023, 01:39:02 pm »
Another feature I would really love is to be able to skip the intro and all intermissions in the game.
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Donkey Kong Junior / Re: Tudose ups his insane DKJr score to 1,555,500
« Last post by muscleandfitness on February 02, 2023, 11:17:14 pm »
WTF FILL PLS , COME BACK TO DK SIR LIT YER BUDDY <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen> <Allen>
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That video is rather interesting and quite funny in some parts, the music when the red joystick appears   ROFL

Is Billy a Lou Reed fan   ROFL
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so your right ken it was Nov 24, 2009 :)  https://www.twingalaxies.com/content.php/3027-Donkey-Kong-Arcade-Recording-RulesThese   The joystick itself MUST be an original stock 4-way Donkey Kong arcade joystick, or a replacement 4-way joystick of exact size and shape as the original Donkey Kong arcade game joystick. It still funny all them new rules where to stop others from catching up , it toke me two years to build a complete original cab including power supply :(




 
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Nothing burger. Rule about joystick wasnt in place until 2009. Unlikely anyone would get over 1m with a stick like that though unless it was mechanically limited to 4way. It is strange that the machine isnt on in any of the pics though...

Are you sure Ken, i kinda remember it being in all them crazy rules that PsP help to to along with original power supply.. i have screenshots ill have to dig them up there in my old computer :)
 
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