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Thread: Profit Miscalculation

  1. #1
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    Profit Miscalculation

    Check this one out. This team has never made less than $44M. I am sure the counter used to add up all the profit overflows and causes this bug. Easist fix is to round each year off to the nearest $K so that the numbers will not get too big.

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  2. #2
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    Re: Profit Miscalculation

    It is unlikely to be a counter overflow. Profit can store and display numbers over 1 billion. I do see that your team has over $200 million in cash which can account for lower profits. The more cash on hand, the greater your team's expenses. Hence, lower profits. At the start of each year use your cash to trade for better players and to buy (or upgrade) draft picks.

  3. #3
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    Re: Profit Miscalculation

    Unlikely? I practically guarantee it. Anyway, I need the cash to pay for the signing bonuses. i usually have around 30 picks a year, so it pays to go into the draft with two or three hundred million. If i have more than 2 first rounders, I'll need more. Since the game cheats and allows computer players to draft the number 1 overall pick and give him no signing bonus and a meager few million a year whereas i need 100+ million signing bonus for the same pick.

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