Originally Posted by otmack2o
The major difference between this situation in the above noted situations is that you would not know of the above noted situations until after the cases were opened.
In the case of the code card situation, we know before the first box is even delivered.
With that said, I am OK with whatever decision (change, no change, compensation, no compensation, etc.) is made by houdini.
We only know about the code odds because of early breaks, which would theoretically also help determine autos being SSP'd (tougher due to volume of breaking needed, but still possible).
Nordy 20 Caser: Hunter Renfroe, Jorge Soler SCB 10 case: Jon Denney, Danny Salazar, Scooter Gennett, Aaron Sanchez, Johnny Hellweg H/D 50 caser: High Risk Case 20 (D), Corey Seager (D), Sonny Gray (HD), Johnny Hellweg (H) 36 case Auction: Hunter Renfroe 34 Case Auction: Jon Denney