I read this yesterday and didn't have time to write anything, but I was basically thinking along the lines of what @paperposter is saying: You only had one previous trip (I think) at V/P, so they don't have a real track record from you that's long enough for anyone there to go to bat for you and say your recorded play was out of character for you. The proportion of your play you say they missed is large; their thinking is going to be "No way we missed that much." Time elapsed since the missed play and the somewhat short duration of those sessions - they're gonna go, "We gotta go track this guy down on video for 2 days?" For the amount involved, they're just not gonna do it. You can say, well, then, they should just give me the benefit of the doubt, but they gotta draw the line on that when the claim is made way after the fact. You can get the benefit of the doubt a lot of times if you jawbone at the table after a session. Assuming they did miss all that play, that's definitely frustrating and it would leave a bad taste in my mouth. I don't know how long you want to hang onto it though.