Mathematician help sought.

Seeking to solve: Asymptotic point maximum for a given player given the constants of win percentage (on a map/settings), points won and lost, and average opposing player score.

Goal: To maximize point collection to reach asymptotic peak.

Example: Beckytheblondie

Starting Points (BP): 3014

Opponent Average Points (OP): 1750 (Speculation)

Points Won (PW): (OP/BP)*20 = 9.87

Points Lost (PL): (BP/OP)*20 = 5.16

Win Percentage on specific map or settings (W%): .85

Points Gained (PG): (PW)*W% - (PL)*(1-W%) = 9.87-5.16 = 4.7

New Becky Points Set: BP1 = BP+PG = 3018.7

New PW (PW1): 9.86

New PL (PL1): 5.17

.....

solve for {B1...Bn}

Asymptote = 4166

But how did I get to that value? I literally just copied and pasted the formula over 11,000 times to find when PW=PL

Can a formula like this be used to calculate what a players maximum point total could be given constraints of only W% and OP?

Can I gain more points by playing stronger players and decreasing my W% or by playing weaker players and increasing my W%?

Can I gain more points solely by finding a map that I can win a percentage more of the time? Is that all that is needed?

Thoughts? Additions?