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laffe

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Points formula
« on: March 03, 2006, 10:38:36 AM »
Hi all, and thanks for this new upgrade. You have done a great job. I was about to create an easier way to deal with leagues myself, but now I don't have to.
Thanks again for a great job.

But I do have a problem compared to what point system I'm using today.

20 people play, points are awarded:

1 place = 20 x 20
2 place = 20 x 19
3 place = 20 x 18
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20 place = 20 x 1

Is there a way to implement this to this new version 2.0?
Where do i add this and how?

Appreciate all help here people.
Thanks in advance.

LHN

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Re: Points formula
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2006, 11:43:05 AM »
Sounds to me like "(n-r+1) * 20", in the Points for Playing field.  This yields:

1st, 400.00
2nd, 380.00
3rd, 360.00
4th, 340.00
5th, 320.00
6th, 300.00
7th, 280.00
8th, 260.00
9th, 240.00
10th, 220.00
11th, 200.00
12th, 180.00
13th, 160.00
14th, 140.00
15th, 120.00
16th, 100.00
17th, 80.00
18th, 60.00
19th, 40.00
20th, 20.00

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Re: Points formula
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2006, 12:38:28 PM »
GREAT. Just what I needed. Thanks a million.

This program ROCKS!

LHN


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Re: Points formula
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2006, 10:18:19 PM »
I actually read this as "n-r+1)*n" since it looks like he wants the points based on the number of players and the rank, that way he doesn't have to change the code if some number other than 20 play.  (otherwise why have the multiplier at all if it is just a constant)

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¿Some person can help me to creates a Formula for 2007 Scoring Criteria?
« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2007, 03:36:54 AM »
Total points are calculated by multiplying the point factors of the three criteria:

Place finished: first place receives 120 points; second place, 100; third place, 80; fourth place, 60; fifth place, 50; sixth place, 40; seventh place, 30; eighth place, 20; ninth place, 10. In events with at least a $10,000 buy-in, the entire second table receives 6 points and the entire third table receives 3 points.

Buy-ins: $300 (645.000) - $999 (2.147.850) = 1 point, $1,000 (2.150.000) - $2,499 (5.372.850) = 2 points, $2,500 (5.375.000) - $9,999 (21.497.850) = 3 points, $10,000 (21.500.000) - $24,999 (53.747.850) = 4 points, $25,000 (53.750.000) or more = 5 points. The buy-in in rebuy tournaments is calculated by dividing the total gross prize pool by the number of entrants.

Number of entrants: 60-64 = 0.6 point, 65-74 = 0.7 point, 75-84 = 0.8 point, 85-94 = 0.9 point, 95-100 = 1 point. Every 10 additional number of entrants increases the number of points by 0.1 up to 3.9, with the number of entrants rounded to the nearest 10. 400-1,999 entrants = 4 points, 2,000-3,999 entrants = 5 points, 4,000+ entrants = 6 points. The maximum number of points is 6. Examples are: 57 players = 0 points, 72 players = 0.7 points, 132 players = 1.3 points, 135 players = 1.4 points, 382 players = 3.8 points, 650 players = 4 points, 8,565 players = 6 points.

Here is a hypothetical total point calculation example: You finished in eighth place in a $500 buy-in event that had 200 entrants. You receive 20 points for eighth place; the buy-in is $500, which is a 1-point event; and there are 200 entrants, which is good for 2 points. Thus, you receive 40 total points (20 x 1 x 2 = 40).