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Guest9848 Posted - 01/27/2013 : 08:44:45
Hi im the admin for a pool, i made some trades yesterday and today the players that were traded away names are in white but the new players are not on the roster the trade should have taken effect today do they not show up until 2 days after the trade or is this an error
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leigh Posted - 01/27/2013 : 17:38:42
Keep in mind that in a trade the points for the new player take effect the day AFTER the trade date. What this means is that the old players collect points up to (and including) the trade date – naturally his points are displayed the following day. The newly acquired player begins collecting points the day after the trade and the points will show up the day after they earn them of course. So in summary, you’ll see the new player’s points in your pool two days after the trade date.

If you want your trade to take effect a day earlier just delete the trade and add it in again but change the trade date so it is a day earlier. The system will refresh that night and adjust the points accordingly.

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