I'd say the odds are pretty slim that she has even one person in those circles who will recognize the mistake, let alone be boorish enough to point it out. If she decides to come and meet all of us fine folk, her odds go up considerably. On both conditions.mrparadise wrote:opusthepenguin wrote:Only if she comes to understand what she did. I suspect most contestants who lose that way never figure it out.econgator wrote:She pretty much lost in the worst possible way to lose, so ...
Friends, family and acquaintenances will no doubt point it out to her, often and forever.
I'd love to chat with her and congratulate her on the gutsy DD, tell her how my heart stopped when she almost forgot to form her correct response as a question, was cheering for her as she and Troy kept exchanging the lead, and frustrated for her when she lost the lead at the end and then lost the game.
But for her sake, I hope she declines to make our acquaintenance.