At 02:18 AM 10/04/2007, Robert Crawford wrote:
I understand the confusion... "anyone" could technically mean that
if you find another player with less keepers than you, then you have
"more keepers than anyone." However, in basically all contexts of
English speaking, "I have more than anyone" means "I have the most."
Just like if someone said "I am better than anyone" you would think
they were saying "I am the best," not "There is someone out there
whom I am better than."
How about "more/fewer than each other player"? Each implies that you
check everyone but don't add the number.
Interestingly enough, if it said "if anyone else has fewer keepers
than you," instead of "if you have more keepers than anyone else,"
then it would mean the other thing.
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