DiM wrote:and if he tries a new map with new settings vs a new recruit he will gain 7 points like the current formula because his variables for the new map and new setting will be at the base value.
So basically your formula just punishes playing familiar settings. There is no counterbalancing concept to cushion the difference when playing unfamiliar maps/settings? Your formula claims that a player is always atleast as good as her score and if she's playing her favorite settings she's better than her score. I don't think that reflects reality very well. It may be brutally effective in breaking farming at the very very top ranks, but it's totally non-reflective of reality at the rest of the ranks.
ps. What this site really needs isn't wagering points, as pointed out that is madly open to abuse. What it needs is non-rated games.