Martin Hurst Qualifying results (maxes in brackets):
Martin Hurst 16th – 133 - 5 additional race pts – Robin M (12)
Martin Hurst Reminder of the current championship standings after 8 events:
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Chris Butler Absolutely punished by Caesar, raw score of 194, actual score 168, oh well
Sean Fletcher Jesus, very unlucky Chris
Tim Down Messed that up in my hurry to get it done before midnight.
Martin Hurst FINAL RESULTS
Martin Hurst Championship standings after 9 rounds:
Notes from the organizer: rounds work in a similar way to the regular numbers rounds, the important change here being that to score points you MUST use all six numbers in your solution.
Omelette Numbers Attack against Caesar.
Omelette rules: rounds work in a similar way to the regular numbers rounds, the important change here being that to score points you MUST use all six numbers in your solution.
The additional actual race points earned in qualifying will be added to your actual race score for a final total, which will determine the final grand prix standings (for example, if someone who is outright first in qualifying scores 170 in the actual race, his total will be 20 (for qualifying) + 170 (actual race score) = 190)
Points will then be allocated at the end of each grand prix the same way Formula 1 points are allocated: 1st place - 25 points; 2nd -18; 3rd - 15; 4th -12; 5th - 10; 6th - 8; 7th - 6; 8th - 4; 9th - 2; 10th – 1. The person with the highest number of accumulated points at the end of the season will be declared the champion!
You don’t have to have finished in the top 20, or even participated at all, in qualifying to enter the actual race, but obviously you will be at a disadvantage as you won’t have any additional points to start with.
Anyone who earned additional points in qualifying will be automatically added to the main race fixtures. Anyone of these does not take part in the actual race will be adjudged to have “crashed” in the race.
Ties (after taking into account the additional race points earned from qualifying) will be determined firstly by points scored in the actual race alone, secondly by number of maxes in the actual race, thirdly by number of maxes in qualifying, and finally (unless it is a max game) by the lowest bot opponent score in the actual race. Positions (and grand prix points) will be shared if still a tie.
Ran from: 15 – 16 July 2017. Format: Omelette Numbers Attack. Matches: One-off. Approved.
Fixtures: 15. Completed: 15.
|Player 1||Player 2||Status|
|Apterous Caesar||Tim Down||90 – 160|
|Apterous Caesar||Ben Andrews||60 – 169|
|Apterous Caesar||Thomas Cappleman||50 – 178|
|Apterous Caesar||Sean Fletcher||10 – 193|
|Apterous Caesar||Gevin Chapwell||40 – 130|
|Apterous Caesar||Stephen R||40 – 188|
|Apterous Caesar||Matthew Tassier||50 – 178|
|Apterous Caesar||Chris Butler||70 – 168|
|Apterous Caesar||Jamie French||50 – 171|
|Apterous Caesar||Phil Collinge||100 – 126|
|Apterous Caesar||Sean D||50 – 169|
|Apterous Caesar||Zarte Siempre||40 – 192|
|Apterous Caesar||Andy SC||70 – 123|
|Apterous Caesar||Dave Noble||50 – 104|
|Apterous Caesar||Robin M||40 – 50|
Key. Green: winner. Red: loser. Grey: tie. Light green/red: provisional. White: unplayed.
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