apterous history: August 2020

Here's your handy cut-out-and-keep guide to the events of August 2020.

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Pro Ranks

The top three players at the end of the month:-

  1. Up 3 from 4th 1st. Elliott Mellor
    Pro Rank: 1889 (+40)

  2. Unchanged 2nd. Callum Todd
    Pro Rank: 1853 (-37)

  3. Up 2 from 5th 3rd. Jack Worsley
    Pro Rank: 1808 (-15)

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Monthly Top Scores

FormatTop scorePopularity
15 Rounder177 by Rob Foster10,081 games with 224 players
Conundrum Attack200 by Hazel Drury ×30
200 by Bradley Horrocks ×7
200 by Jason Larsen ×4
200 by Luke Johnson-Davies ×3
200 by Chris Hare ×2
200 by Rob Foster ×2
200 by Callum Todd
200 by John Beresford
200 by Joseph H
200 by Mark Murray
1,653 games with 88 players
9 Rounder103 by Rob Foster844 games with 68 players
Numbers Attack200 by Elizabeth Beer
200 by Tal Lessner
343 games with 53 players
Instant Conundrum Attack192 by Chris Hare186 games with 43 players
Berserk 15136 by Callum Todd146 games with 41 players
Beanstalk Letters Attack192 by Joseph H51 games with 35 players
Bullet 15132 by Jack Worsley112 games with 33 players
Speed Numbers Attack191 by Jack Worsley31 games with 31 players
Mocktorun1053 by Luke Johnson-Davies101 games with 30 players

Only the month's 10 most popular formats are shown.

Facts and Figures

This month, apterous gained 87 new users, taking us to 11,934 in total. A total of 367,880 rounds were played over 23,679 games.

The Duel was won by Joseph H with 2636 points from 31 games. Second was Chris Hare with 2593 points from 31 games, and third Matt Hamer with 2539 points from 31 games.

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