Ranking points in competition
|The rules say about ranking points scored in a competition:|
If you finish last on the lowest level, you will get 2 points. Every place above that, you get 2 points more. If you finish last at a higher level, you get as many points as a player finishing sixth at the level below. Again, every place higher you get 2 points more.
It so happens that the current 'Streetsoccer' competition has just four people on the lowest level, the 'Land of Lakes' competition has five on the lowest level, and in the 'No Limit' competition, there are only two players on the lowest level. What does that mean for points scored for those on the levels above?
|Yes, that was written with 11 players per group in mind. I will answer more ...|
|In case of 6 or fewer players in the group(s) in the lowest level: The lowest spot in the second lowest level brings you 2 points. Then again 2 up each time.|
So in case of Land of Lakes:
The 5 players in the lowest level get 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 points for respectively the last, second-last, third, second-highest and highest place.
The 11 players in the highest league get, from last to first place:
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22.
|Actually, I don't think I programmed it that way... if I'm not mistaken, right now it works like this if the league on the lowest level has less than 6 players:|
the winner of the lowest level will get 12 points, #2 10 points, etc.
So for Land of Lakes:
top group gets 22, 20, 18, ..., 2 points
bootom group gets 12,10,8,6,4 points...
|So the winner of the lowest league gets as many points as #6 of the league above, and every player below gets 2 points less.|
|But I got the numbers above from the Land of Lakes rankings. |
Now it looks different.
I looked at the wrong competition? I now see 3 players in the lowest division, who got 12, 10 and 8 ranking points, yes.
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