angola wrote:I like the idea of net-win rate, though I think there should be a minimum number of games played to qualify as well.
Of course, minimum number of games played would also make 3-1 type records moot, but net-win rate is still better than winning percentage I think.
Leehar wrote:How was it determined last season? Isn't that a good baseline?
lord voldemort wrote:i see some holes...
some of the best doubles players wont play trips and quads...eg mikidios and superrag (bpb)
while i haevnt looked at there's or anyone elses numbers...what if they went 15-0 or something ridic like that...yet they dont qualify for allstar selection...even though everyone woudl agree those kind of results are worthy of a spot.
jpcloet wrote:Leehar wrote:How was it determined last season? Isn't that a good baseline?
Last Season we ran the script and the top player award went to someone with a really high win% and also across all team types (DTQ)
However, the all-stars were chosen by position, so if you were really good at doubles, then you had a spot.
The baseline was really high though. Something like min games of 10 along with a win rate of about 75-80% on your spot plus 70% or higher on the other team games. I think almost all the quads players last season were undefeated.
Rodion wrote:jpcloet wrote:Cachejob20-1
Makes me wonder: if someone manages to go undefeated in 2 kinds of games (say, trips and quads), who gets to pick whether he goes to the all star team as a triples or quads player?
Rodion wrote:Are those games only quads?
1st - dwilhelmi - 93,33% wins
2nd - Shatners Bassoon - 92,85% wins
3rd - Denise - 91,66% wins
T-4th - cachejob - 88,23% wins
T-4th - Chuuuuck - 88,23% wins
5th - Chariot of Fire - 86,95% wins
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