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Our Diplomacy league is the most active in North America. We average more than two league games per month in addition to Tournament play. We score all of our games using the Sum of Squares scoring system, and each player's best three scores count toward the season standings. We are known for our fierce competition, strong traditions, upstanding character and trustworthiness, and the propensity for Turkey to open to Armenia.

 

Saturday, 06 February 2010 12:00

Player Board-Top Stats

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Again, this table considers only standard league games played in the past two seasons (since Sept. 1, 2008). Greg, do you like this one a little better than the elimination-frequencies table?

 

Rank

Power

Board Tops

Games

Pct.

1

Matt Sundstrom

5.50

15

36.67%

2

Greg Duenow

4.00

13

30.77%

2

Peter Yeargin

4.00

15

26.67%

4

Jim O'Kelley

3.50

14

25.00%

5

Christian MacDonald

3.00

15

20.00%

6

Eric Brown

2.00

6

33.33%

6

Mike Morrison

2.00

18

11.11%

6

Adam Berey

2.00

5

40.00%

9

Ted McClelland

1.75

19

9.21%

10

Paul Pignotti

1.50

6

25.00%

11

Pete McNamara

1.25

13

9.62%

12

Alex Riedel

1.00

1

100.00%

12

John Ritz

1.00

3

33.33%

12

Michael Martinez

1.00

5

20.00%

12

Jeremiah Peterson

1.00

5

20.00%

12

Ben Cutak

1.00

1

100.00%

12

Steve Caponigri

1.00

1

100.00%

12

Bob Kramford

1.00

3

33.33%

19

Joey S.

0.50

1

50.00%

19

Kevin O'Kelly

0.50

8

6.25%

19

Shaunti Knauth

0.50

1

50.00%

19

Tony Prokes

0.50

1

50.00%

23

Samuel Bassett

0.25

7

3.57%

23

Justin Sheehan

0.25

1

25.00%

 

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Comments   

# Jim O'Kelley 2010-02-08 16:06
I'm not a big fan of counting board tops from the first three seasons, because back then, we used a pure draw-based system to measure success. In theory at least, size didn't matter back then.

However, if we did include those three years in this metric, we'd see these increases (in addition to many more that I won't list in the interest of time and space):

Jim: +10.75 board tops
Matt: +4.75 board tops
Christian Kline: +4 board tops
Thom: +3 board tops
Eric: +3 board tops
Nick: +2.5 board tops
Martinez: +2.25 board tops
Jeremiah: +2 board tops
Ritz: +1.5 board tops
Susoreny: +1.5 board tops

Plus 15 other people would pick up full or partial board tops.
# Thom Comstock 2010-02-16 15:01
:P

Hold it does just posting an emoticon count as spam?

Let me think of something to say here . . .


Another fine mess you've charted. ;-)

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