<quoted text>I understand how you feel, but it is more or less easier on the judges because let's say you get a guy who drops 6 bars and another dude drops 8, then it becomes harder to write for and give good advice. Trust me most tourneys on the professional end of netceeing set bar limits. I used to be on a forum that had 3 bar punchline tourneys. And judging those who didn't follow the guidelines became trickier. It is also to get you to elevate. You should drop nice material if it is short. No one wants to read whack drops. We want to go "oooh no he didn't", and "OMG", and "oh sh!@" from the confort of our homes.
When someone drops more then the other dude, you also get a crapton of complaints. It is a rule that saves headaches in the long run. I know because I am an experienced judge. This is my first time hosting a tourney though.
U right, u right.