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**Help Me / Re: WSOP POY Formula**

« **on:**April 21, 2018, 05:33:43 PM »

Thanks again for your help!! I really appreciate it...

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Thanks again for your help!! I really appreciate it...

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I figured it out... you don't actually need "p" in the last two parts of the formula:

assign("p", n - 9)

assign("p20", round(p * .2))

assign("p30", round(p * .3))

round(switch(r,1,477.45,2,238.75,3,214.845,4,190.97,5,179.05,6,167.1,7,143.25,8,131.27,9,119.35)*pow(n,0.125))

+ if((r > 9) and (r <= 9 + p20), 95.49 * pow(n, 0.125))

+ if((r > 9 + p20) and (r <=**9 + p20 + p30**), 47.745 * pow(n, 0.125))

+ if(r >**9 + p20 + p30**, 23.875 * pow(n, 0.125))

assign("p", n - 9)

assign("p20", round(p * .2))

assign("p30", round(p * .3))

round(switch(r,1,477.45,2,238.75,3,214.845,4,190.97,5,179.05,6,167.1,7,143.25,8,131.27,9,119.35)*pow(n,0.125))

+ if((r > 9) and (r <= 9 + p20), 95.49 * pow(n, 0.125))

+ if((r > 9 + p20) and (r <=

+ if(r >

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LOL! Much closer... just a bit off though.

As an example, for a 21 person tournament, taking the top 9 out because those are correct, the scores should have been:

10 & 11: 140

12-15: 70

16-21: 35

However, with this formula, 12-21 are all getting 70. Thoughts?

As an example, for a 21 person tournament, taking the top 9 out because those are correct, the scores should have been:

10 & 11: 140

12-15: 70

16-21: 35

However, with this formula, 12-21 are all getting 70. Thoughts?

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Not quite there... not sure what's missing, but it's only assigning points to the top 9.

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Thanks! I'll try it out and let you know... thanks for the help!!

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correct. In the actual WSOP, it would be next 20% of ITM players, but I'm wanting to modify for our league.

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Based on the $3k NLHE tournament, I found the math, and came up with the formula for the top 9.

round(switch(r,1,477.45,2,238.75,3,214.845,4,190.97,5,179.05,6,167.1,7,143.25,8,131.27,9,119.35)*pow(n,0.125))

I need help with the final parts of the equation.

next 20%: 95.49*pow(n,0.125)

next 30%: 47.745*pow(n,0.125)

next 50%: 23.875*pow(n,0.125)

round(switch(r,1,477.45,2,238.75,3,214.845,4,190.97,5,179.05,6,167.1,7,143.25,8,131.27,9,119.35)*pow(n,0.125))

I need help with the final parts of the equation.

next 20%: 95.49*pow(n,0.125)

next 30%: 47.745*pow(n,0.125)

next 50%: 23.875*pow(n,0.125)

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Has anyone done the math on the 2018 WSOP POY formula? http://www.wsop.com/2018/POY/

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Does anyone have an example tournamentstatus.html page they have produced using JSON? I'm having a bit of trouble getting started...

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+1 on this feature. Would be great to incorporate into my league games.

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OK, thanks... I kind of figured that was the case. Thanks again!

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Is there a way to do the following with the Overall Score formula in a profile?

We have 3 "leagues" that can combine scores for an overall champion. Here's what I'd like to do:

1) Count every score from league A & B

*PLUS*

2) Count only the top 5 scores from league C

In other words, total score then would be: scores(A&B) + top5scores(C)

Is this possible?

We have 3 "leagues" that can combine scores for an overall champion. Here's what I'd like to do:

1) Count every score from league A & B

*PLUS*

2) Count only the top 5 scores from league C

In other words, total score then would be: scores(A&B) + top5scores(C)

Is this possible?

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I ran into this as well... I changed from JSON to Formula Variables, and then everything worked.

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Anyone know of a way to set up a prize per hit? This is a re-entry tournament, but bounties won't work because the last man standing does not get a "hit" prize.