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Ok, so I am a member of team core. We are only using two cores total each for our team, yet I have now three other systems I want to dedicate to folding. Since I want to stay a member of this team, do I now have to set all of these systems to fold under a different user name? If so, I am not getting the credit for all of the machines, because my points will be spread over two user names. Is there a way around this?

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you will be getting the points on two different names. The fact that those points from those other 3 cores arent going on the account that's on the team is the reason that you dont have them on that account, if that makes any sense. I didn't join a team because I wanted all my points to go on my account.
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For the team competition, the idea is that you keep your best 1-3 rigs under your name and any others under a name that's generic to your team, in your case Team_Core. You're welcome to use a different name, of course, but it's kind of cool to accumulate lots of points for your team. For example, Team_Folders_Inc is one of the top folding "members" on our team, and that's just their computers beyond the 8 that are dedicated to the folding competition.

The important thing is to fold for team 37726. However you want to handle the name issue is up to you.
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