Dave Robjohns

Dave Robjohns Day 2 bonuses:

Letters - perfect picking (metamax all 6 picks)
Numbers - Solving a numbers game that has only one solution
Conundrum - Fastest
Pencil - 3 points

Plum will be a tough opponent here too, but hopefully we'll see some more green on the right! Bonuses will also come for Plum maxing these games.

Dave Robjohns

Dave Robjohns Day 2 saw our numbers increase to 25, although again there were 22 competitors. A solid set of results - a 11.5-10.5 win for humans!

Just one bonus point dished out today, to Steven Oldham - solving his conundrum in 1.0s, edging ahead of a few others. There was just one numbers round where a point could've been won, try this on for size: 10 8 4 2 8 -> 91

Today's top scorers:
Dave Robjohns - 104
Oliver Garner - 100
Martin Thomas - 94
Bradley Horrocks - 92
Jamie French - 91

Overall leaderboard:
45 - Dave Robjohns
39 - Oliver Garner
38 - Tracey Mills
37 - Martin Thomas
30 - Edward Ashcroft


Thomas Carey

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Tourney round: Apto Advent Calendar: Day 2: Goatdown Junior

<< Day 1: Lockdown | Day 3: Touchdown Junior >>

Notes from the organizer: 2nd December, and we see the country go from lockdown to just severely restricted. Hooray?

It's apparently National Mutt Day so we'll be playing Goatdown Jnr (there's not really a link there). It's also national fritters day so we'll be having Plum fritters.

The bonuses will appear in the comments at midnight (ish)

Ran from: 2 – 2 December 2020. Format: Goatdown Jnr. 15. Matches: One-off. Approved.

Organizers: Dave Robjohns.

Fixtures: 22. Completed: 22.

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