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Old 10-21-2013, 08:32 AM   #21
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I am another one of those that plays out every single game, including playoffs and spring training. I play one click short PBP, so like previously mentioned my games last anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes on average. Sometimes they last longer if I am really into the game checking out matchups and history. It usually takes me about 2 months to complete a 162 game season. I find it very rewarding knowing that I have watched every at bat of my franchise since its inception. Not only that, not every game is the same and its fun watching the players and my team as a whole hit milestones, set team records and break their own individual records as it happens in real time. I think its awesome I've played out thousands of games and I still can't predict whats going to happen. The game of baseball is great.
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:37 AM   #22
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When I set my fictional league live, I plan to play "God" and adjust the parameters as time goes, and let all the teams play themselves without my micromanaging interference. So I will likely sim the whole season at once. To me, the fun will be changing the parameters from season to season and viewing/reacting to/reporting on the results, letting the chips fall where they may.

Of course, if "God" sees something goofy happening--like one team winning 10 championships in a row, or another team getting relentlessly smoked for a decade or so--"He" may do something to shake things up for them.
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:47 AM   #23
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How Do You Play?

It strictly GM for me and I never mass sim (if thats a thing) I only sim days using the real time sim and I'll sometimes multitask with other things while this is happening or I would explore my world and maybe follow a couple of games. I also like to watch my manager manage the games most of the time. It only takes about 30 minutes max.
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You do learn a lot by watching sometimes, especially if you have the pitch diagram up. You get a feel for just how bad some players are struggling or how good some pitchers are. Personally, I won't trade for a starting pitcher without watching him through a few innings.
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