greenoaks wrote:kuma's and keith's tournaments haven't finished. the full list of the 12 that have finish can be found on the tournament tab by searching tpa2
Similarly those knocked out in quarter finals will each have the points for 4th place etc.
greenoaks wrote:Similarly those knocked out in quarter finals will each have the points for 4th place etc.
they should be 5th as 4 players have advanced to the semis.
DaveH wrote:Well, there are several ways of doing it. Really, in my view, the best way is to add up all the points resulting from 3rd and 4th place, divide by 2 to give to each player - and so on down the scoresheet.
In an effort to make the TPA less all-consuming we've revamped the scoring for year 2. As with Year 1 there will be 52 events that you can enter, however, unlike Year 1, you won't really need to enter all 52 to score well. Here's how we're going to work it.
There will be 4 major events (one each quarter). These are the Grand Slam events of the TPA and as such, any serious contender should join them. Each of these will count for your scores
There will be 16 Premier events. (four each quarter). Your best 8 scores in the Premier events will count on the TPA scoreboard. (you may enter more or less but only the top 8 scores will count.
Finally there will be 32 Regular events. Your best 16 Regular tournament scores will count on the TPA scoreboard.
Thus, there are a maximum of 28 tournaments counting on your TPA scoreboard.
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