A phenomenon in some nomic games, due to a strange rule that rewards voters who vote the opposite way than the result of the proposal.

This rule is present even in the initial rulesets of some nomics (See E2Nomic : Initial Ruleset, Rule 211, for an example).

When the anti-voting rule exists, it sometimes leads some players to vote contrary to the way they really want to, in their greed for points. The result of too many anti-voters is that sometimes perfectly reasonable and generally accepted proposals fail, while occasionally total garbage passes.

The anti-voting vs. flow-voting vs. neither issue is often one of the divisive ones in a nomic game.

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