From the rules:
"Scores that were achieved on an "x-in-1" machine or other multi-PCB will be acceptable if the whole video is available demonstrating that continues were not utilized, unless there is other supporting evidence."
So, if I witnessed an entire game of someone, would that be sufficient evidence to get a score accepted?
I'd like to submit this score, done by my best friend, Alex Gold, on August 27th, 2011, on a D&B 3-in-1 cab:https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfa1/t1.0-9/299814_10150350116516412_331761_n.jpg
The score was, 221,600.
This was done back when he and I were very close skill-wise. In fact, I had just set my PB of 370K at the time the game before this (as can be seen on the HSL in the pic), and it was my first time over 300K. A couple weeks after this I jumped over the 400Ks in one game and hit my first 500k+. This is Alex's 2nd best game ever, as I saw him play cold turkey about 6 months ago and get 241k on his 2nd attempt.
Just wanted to get him on the list to make it more complete as well as kinda do it as a neat surprise for him.
I hope it's acceptable.