This is why we rarely get to debate anything... There are going to be complaints about the game no matter how badly you don't want to hear them. Telling someone to stop complaining or calling them moaners/whiners is only asking for an argument.
Firstly, there are some of us who don't even play the game or care about getting a cut of the winnings, and still want the game to be adjusted. I'm talking about myself, I have never once played the limbo since I've been a member. That doesn't stop me from observing the game and seeing just how badly it's flawed, allowing there to be rarely any new winners. If it was made equal then more members would feel more inclined to wager points on the game because they feel they have better odds at winning. Who would want to play if they felt it wasn't equal and they're being cheated out of their points? The only bad affect I can come up with is the constant winners feeling threatened because a higher player activity means they're not going to be winning like they are now. Making a change would increase the jackpot and players, not have a bad affect on limbo.
Let me give some examples:
Do you notice anything different about these results, jackpot/players, compared to these below?
To be honest I think it's disgusting to look at 2009 results and see twice as many players and twice the amount of the jackpot when we had a considerably
lower amount of active members on the site years ago. You don't really see the same consistent users winning either day after day after day. Now tell me, would you rather have a chance at winning $100+ a night, or $50 to what you're used to these days? Does it look like members were bored with the limbo back then? Does the players even come close to 200-300 players in a day this year? Change CAN be good, and I believe if changes were made to limbo then it would only increase the activity. If anything, the results today should be higher than years ago but we're not getting better results. Why do you think that is? Surely it's not because of us complainers. Not listening to the complaints isn't wise, since the displeased outweighs the pleased by a landslide. Imagine the complainers actually participating in the limbo daily, instead of feeling like they're getting ripped off, if they were heard and finally got a change in the limbo. Those numbers are higher than what you're figuring.
Lastly, personally I don't care if anyone doesn't agree with me or my views. I'm not going to insult anyone or basically tell them to stop talking. I will speak my mind respectfully though about any issue I feel strongly about and would like to see a change made. This is a discussion after all and we don't need to be shut down.