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Old 11-30-2012, 11:17 AM   #1
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Late All Star Game

I would like to have an all star game scheduled later in the season and am trying to figure out the best approach to handle it.

My league parameters are 1 subleague, 2 divisions, 6 teams in each division. 9A/9H games against intravdivision, 6A/6H against interdivision, 162 games total. I have a schedule that is essentially designed into blocks so that the first fifith of the season is 3A/3H against all 5 intradivision opponents (30 games), the next fifth of the season is 3A/3H against all 6 interdivision opponents (36), another fifth of intra (30), another fifth of inter (36), a 3 day opening for the all star break, and then the last fifth of intradivison games (30). I have the schedule in an excel format and am ready to go with it.

First question, and hopefully I am just an idiot and can't find it in the game: Is there a way to manually schedule the all star game within the schedule editing menu? I see where there are pull down menus for leagues, team/opponents, game types (exhibition/regular), and series length, but there doesn't seem to be a way to schedule the game via this process. I know in the league edit menus you can put a date in for the all star game, but this route doesn't seem to work to push the game back further than the half way point of the season.

Assuming the answer to the above is no, is my best bet to take a current GMO schedule and the days to push the all star break back to the days that I want the game to take place? Or perhaps another route?

My preference for the later in the season all star game is to have all star players based on a larger body of work. I'd just rather have all stars based on 132 games played rather than ~ 81 ganes played.

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Old 12-13-2012, 02:04 AM   #2
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I'm sure you already figured this out but, just add the all star game to your schedule in excel. You do so by adding it to the second line in the schedule and the proper place for the game day= row..example:
<SCHEDULE type="ILY_BGN_G162_SL1_D1_T5_D2_T5_D3_T4_SL2_D1_T5 _D2_T6_D3_T5_C_" inter_league="1" balanced_games="0" games_per_team="162" start_day_of_week="4" start_month="3" start_day="28" allstar_game_day="105">
then using the above example you would need to add this line on the day="105" row.
<GAME day="105" time="1905" away="0" home="0" Type="4" />

Just replace the 105 with whatever season's day you want and your all star game will be on that day and built into the schedule.
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Old 12-17-2012, 08:16 AM   #3
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I'm sure you already figured this out but, just add the all star game to your schedule in excel. You do so by adding it to the second line in the schedule and the proper place for the game day= row..example:
<SCHEDULE type="ILY_BGN_G162_SL1_D1_T5_D2_T5_D3_T4_SL2_D1_T5 _D2_T6_D3_T5_C_" inter_league="1" balanced_games="0" games_per_team="162" start_day_of_week="4" start_month="3" start_day="28" allstar_game_day="105">
then using the above example you would need to add this line on the day="105" row.
<GAME day="105" time="1905" away="0" home="0" Type="4" />

Just replace the 105 with whatever season's day you want and your all star game will be on that day and built into the schedule.
Thank you, Bigrod.
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