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2007 ENnies Update: Tight Races

With less than a week left for voting, here’s an interesting 2007 ENnie Awards [1] update from Michael Morris [2], EN World’s technical administrator (as of July 22nd):

“Most of the races are within 200 votes still, 5 are within 100 votes and one race is within 40 votes – so there’s still time to make a difference in the outcome. It is still possible for things to get down to the wire – two years ago we had a winner by a margin of 5 votes!”

As of just over one week into ENnie Awards voting, over 5,500 ballots had been cast — that’s as many votes as the 2006 ENnies saw during the entire two-week voting period!

Treasure Tables has been nominated for Best Fan Site [3], so the combination of a huge turnout and narrow margins is pretty nerve-wracking (although in a good way).

If you like TT, I hope you’ll take a moment to vote [4] for Treasure Tables in the 2007 ENnies. You don’t need to vote in every category (though I hope you’ll vote in as many categories as you can), and it’s a quick process. Thank you for supporting TT!

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#1 Comment By Abulia On July 24, 2007 @ 6:27 pm

Let me take a guess at what the entry for the 29th is going to look like… 😉

#2 Comment By Martin On July 24, 2007 @ 7:40 pm

There’ll be a picture of the ENnies voting graphic, and the post will just say: “Aaaaaaaagggghhhhh!” 😉

#3 Comment By Martin On July 24, 2007 @ 7:42 pm

In all seriousness, though, it’ll be one of two entries for that day (28th or 29th, not sure yet), just like the last two have been. Apart from the nomination post, I didn’t want “Look, ENnies stuff!” to qualify as the post for the day.

#4 Comment By ScottM On July 24, 2007 @ 8:23 pm

I hope you’re well rewarded for your efforts. You’re great about keeping us/the readers in mind– and sharing lots of cool goodies I’d never stumble on normally.

#5 Comment By Martin On July 25, 2007 @ 7:54 am

Thanks, Scott! That’s very much a two-way street: TT wouldn’t be TT without this site’s community of GMs reading, sharing and commenting on ideas.