Kyle Bosman cheating E3 bets last evening.


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    Kyle Cheating last night, but I want to remind people that Kyle used to respect Huber.

    Youtube Video – [03:10..]

    But please let me remind everyone that Kyle DOES have 1 stream left to make up for his failure before July 8th. And he might actually do it.
    I don't expect it, but it's possible.



  • After how salty he was when he lost, I knew he was gonna try to weasel out of it. Not mad though, he found a very solid loophole. I'm just disappointed.

    We all know Huber has enough honor to see his punishment through if he had lost.

    After all, he reviewed Umbrella Corps. He can handle anything.



  • Ok, this is getting out of hand. Its not a huge deal. If you hated Bosman so much to begin with, I doubt you were gonna watch his stream anyways.



  • @frasafrase Who said hate? It was a good bet, and to make someone play a good game? People want Kyle to see the light!



  • @ZyloWolfBane To play a game he has already played before? This gives a divine intervention. He would have played the game then still said how much he didn't like it.



  • @frasafrase said in Kyle Bosman cheating E3 bets last evening.:

    @ZyloWolfBane To play a game he has already played before? This gives a divine intervention. He would have played the game then still said how much he didn't like it.

    Could've agreed to not do the bet, or negotiate a penalty he'd actually stick to. If you truly dislike something why put yourself in a position where you'd have to face said obstacle?

    Either way, just undermines the fun of betting. That's all I'm getting at, make it less entertaining to those of us watching too. And it's a big part of EZA.



  • @ZyloWolfBane Him finding a loophole was pretty funny, and I did like his stream! While I don't mind any of it, I have to agree that it undermines the fun of betting. Why have stakes if you are not going to stick with them?



  • @parasitepaladin said in Kyle Bosman cheating E3 bets last evening.:

    @ZyloWolfBane Him finding a loophole was pretty funny, and I did like his stream! While I don't mind any of it, I have to agree that it undermines the fun of betting. Why have stakes if you are not going to stick with them?

    Yeah I got a giggle out of it and watched for awhile, I was waiting for more of the EZA guys to wake up and be like WHAT!?

    But yeah, good for him finding a way out of it. I just won't be interested in any sort of betting outcomes in the future. It'd be like going to the casino and you don't win money, but they give you back what you lost at the end.



  • How are some people getting so real over this?



  • Even before the results, I knew about this loophole. Huber really needs to be specific.
    It fulfills the contract. It didn't say anything about playing the game.

    As to close all further loopholes, just add a clause saying that the rest of the EZA need to be satisfied with the task or performance or else Bosman needs to do it again. lol



  • I would guess Huber is probably finding this funny as well.

    Anyway, this is a part being played. He's trolling.

    I for one am looking forward to the next betting. Kyle will have to up his game because obviously Huber and everyone else will be on the look out for loopholes.

    It's great!



  • I find it entertaining that he found the loophole, I'm sure Huber does too. We all got to see Kyle play a game he genuinely enjoys, which was great to watch.



  • Huber and his STUPID FANS just need to come to the realization that Kyle. Bosman. is. smarter. than. you. You think you've got him cornered, then BOOM he makes the magic happen baby ezaBackseatBosman.



  • I'm all for Kyle's shenanigans but I didn't find this one particularly funny. Usually when he weasels out of bets he does so in a way that's entertaining and funny for everyone, but I don't think this particularly was other than for the people who wanted to laugh at the disappointment of others who were looking forward to a critical playthrough of one of their favourite games.

    I watched both his streams and I didn't really get the impression Kyle was reveling in the trolling or any such, he just seemed to simply not want to spend 16 hours playing a game he didn't like and was committed to doing whatever it took to not doing that. Not really in the spirit of betting or the making of a fun stream.

    Of course if he does come out for the 3rd stream and play a marathon of lttp then he's a trolling genius and took us all for a ride :laughing:



  • I can't believe how seriously people are taking this. Kyle is the one who brought betting to GT in the first place, and having his fun with the punishments has always been a part of the game.

    I just don't see where he's getting this reputation as someone who doesn't follow through on his bets. He's never skipped out on a bet, not even when he had to wear the Guitars shirt.



  • Like what @Traydor said, Kyle playing ALttP would be an hours long experience vs Huber having to do a 20 minute puppet show.

    It was a fun stream, Kyle held up his end of the bet.



  • Bosman is an absolute legend. No one can tell me otherwise. He is streaming link to the past, front to back in three streams before set date. Good enough for me



  • I would hope none of the other Allies take it personally. I just see it as another crucial chapter in an ever intensifying betting rivalry.



  • People are taking this way more seriously than I expected. The amount of outright anger in the YouTube comments is kind of surprising to me. Watching Kyle weasel his way out of this was probably more fun than watching him actually stream the whole game. And hey, he did warn us that he'd try to make this as unsatisfying as possible for Huber.



  • @Thyme said in Kyle Bosman cheating E3 bets last evening.:

    People are taking this way more seriously than I expected. The amount of outright anger in the YouTube comments is kind of surprising to me. Watching Kyle weasel his way out of this was probably more fun than watching him actually stream the whole game. And hey, he did warn us that he'd try to make this as unsatisfying as possible for Huber.

    People just love to be outraged anout everything. We live in an era where all sides of every argument are angry and upset and willing to voice that outrage irrationally. It is sad, especially with things like comedy and video games. These things are done in good humor and people miscontrue it into something absurd. People need to just relax and enjoy the show. It is video games.