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Old Mar 6th, 2013, 06:08 AM   #31
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [Qualifiers Placed]

Hand one
Bartoli
Vinci
Stephens

Hand two
Wozniacki
Kerber
Errani
Ivanović

Hand three
Azarenka
Sharapova
A.Radwanska
Kvitova
Stosur
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

Hand one
Bartoli
Keys
U.Radwanska

Hand two
Errani
Kuznetsova
Kvitova
Stosur

Hand three
Azarenka
Sharapova
A.Radwanska
Wozniacki
Kerber
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

BUs:
Cibulkova
Ivanovic
Vinci

TB: 27 games
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

Hand 1
- Kvitova
- Azarenka
- Barthel

Hand 2
- Sharapova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
- Jankovic

Hand 3
- Vinci
- A.Radwanska
- Kirilenko
- Makarova
- Stosur

Final TB
- 19 games

Backups
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- Kerber
- Ivanovic
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

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I'll do individual specific scoring this time on Post #7 this time so everyone understands.

Probably only about 20 players who will play so it won't be too much to do that.
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [Main Draw Posted]

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Hand 1:

Vinci (Zheng)
Kirilenko (Paszek)
Stephens (Hampton)

Hand 2:

Barthel (Ivanovic)
Wozniacki (Goerges)
Wickmayer (Makarova)
Kuznetsova (Bartoli)

Hand 3:

Kvitova (Cibulkova)
Radwanska (Cirstea)
Sharapova (Suarez Navarro)
Stosur (Keys)
Azarenka (Hantuchova)

Final:

18 games

Not sure if I'm after doing it right. Hand 3 is meant to be full of people who I think will win/ get to final, semi and 1 quarter finalist right?
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

H1
Ana Ivanovic
Sloane Stephens
Julia Goerges

H2
Samantha Stosur
Caroline Wozniacki
Sara Errani
Mona Barthel

H3
Victoria Azarenka
Petra Kvitova
Maria Sharapova
Angelique Kerber
Agnieszka Radwanska

TB: 29 games
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [New Players Welcome]

Scoreboard after Round 64:

For detail Round-by-Round Scoring please visit the Pick post.

Code:
champion88     34
tina110        34
coolfish1103   34
feifei         34

valac222       31

Igorche        28
Kylger         28
Buitenzorg     28
OhNaNa         28
Chilenaitor    28
Drake1980      28
Monzanator     28

Meelis         22
goOudinUSA     22
Barktra        22

taloki         18
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells

Picks

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Round-by-Round Scoring is within the picks.

Code:
champion88     01015 TB:

Hand 1
- Errani
- Kirilenko
- Cibulkova
> 2+2+2 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Ivanovic
- Bartoli
- Wozniacki
- Stosur
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>6 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Kerber
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<14 so 10(0) = 0
>> 18+16+0 = 34

tina110        02016 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
> 2+2+2 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Kerber
- Kirilenko
- Stosur
- Petrova
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>6 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- Cibulkova
- Safarova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
> 2+2+0+2+2 = 8<14 so 8(0) = 0
>> 18+16+0 = 34

Igorche        02018 TB: 20

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Stosur
- Errani
- Ivanovic
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Kerber
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

Kylger         02020 TB: 21

Hand 1
- Wozniacki
- Safarova
- Cibulkova
> 2+0+2 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Kvitova
- Petrova
- Kerber
- Stosur
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 2+2+2+2+0 = 8<12 so 8(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

Buitenzorg     02021 TB: 20

Hand 1
- Kuznetsova
- Makarova
- Vinci
> 2+0+2 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Bartoli
- Barthel
- Errani
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- A.Radwanska
- Stosur
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Azarenka
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

OhNaNa         02023 TB: 18

Hand 1
- Vinci
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Barthel
- Wozniacki
- Wickmayer
- Kuznetsova
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Stosur
- Azarenka
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

Chilenaitor    02024 TB: 18

Hand 1
- Kvitova
- Cibulkova
- Safarova
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Kerber
- Kirilenko
- Errani
- Wozniacki
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Stosur
- Stephens
> 2+2+2+2+0 = 8<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

Meelis          02026 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Barthel
- Robson
- Stephens
> 2+0+0 = 2(3) = 6
Hand 2
- Petrova
- Wozniacki
- Errani
- Bartoli
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>2 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Ivanovic
- Kvitova
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10=10 so 10(0) = 0
>> 6+16+0 = 22

goOudinUSA     02027 TB: 23

Hand 1
- Flipkens
- Vesnina
- Shvedova
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Hsieh
- Lepchenko
- Goerges
- Wozniacki
> 0+0+2+2 = 4=4 so 4(0) = 0
Hand 3
- Ivanovic
- Stosur
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Azarenka
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10>8 so 10(1) = 10
>> 12+0+10 = 22

coolfish1103   02028 TB: 22

Hand 1
- Azarenka
- Petrova
- Barthel
> 2+2+2 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Sharapova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
- Kuznetsova
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>6 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Stosur
- Makarova
- Kirilenko
> 2+2+2+0+2 = 8<14 so 10(0) = 0
>> 18+16+0 = 34

Barktra        02029 TB: 22

Hand 1
- Barthel
- Robson
- Stephens
> 2+0+0 = 2(3) = 6
Hand 2
- Petrova
- Ivanovic
- Errani
- Bartoli
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>2 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Wozniacki
- Kvitova
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10=10 so 10(0) = 0
>> 6+16+0 = 22

feifei         02030 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Cibulkova
- Petrova
- Stosur
> 2+2+2 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Ivanovic
- Errani
- Kuznetsova
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>6 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Kerber
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<14 so 10(0) = 0
>> 18+16+0 = 34

Drake1980      03031 TB: 

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Vinci
- Stephens
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Kerber
- Errani
- Ivanovic
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Stosur
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28

valac222       03032 TB: 27

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Keys
- U.Radwanska
> 2+1+2 = 5(3) = 15
Hand 2
- Errani
- Kuznetsova
- Kvitova
- Stosur
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>5 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Wozniacki
- Kerber
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<13 so 10(0) = 0
>> 15+16+0 = 31

taloki         03035 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Kvitova
- Azarenka
- Barthel
> 2+2+2 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Sharapova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
- Jankovic
> 2+2+2+0 = 6=6 so 6(0) = 0
Hand 3
- Vinci
- A.Radwanska
- Kirilenko
- Makarova
- Stosur
> 2+2+2+0+2 = 8<14 so 8(0) = 0
>> 18+0+0 = 18

Monzanator     03038 TB: 29

Hand 1
- Ivanovic
- Stephens
- Goerges
> 2+0+2 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Stosur
- Wozniacki
- Errani
- Barthel
> 2+2+2+2 = 8>4 so 8(2) = 16
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Kerber
- A.Radwanska
> 2+2+2+2+2 = 10<12 so 10(0) = 0
>> 12+16+0 = 28
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [Five Leads]

Picks

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Round-by-Round Scoring is within the picks. Hands in RED means final points.

Code:
champion88     01015 TB:

Hand 1
- Errani
- Kirilenko
- Cibulkova
> 3+3+2 = 8(3) = 24
Hand 2
- Ivanovic
- Bartoli
- Wozniacki
- Stosur
> 2+3+3+3 = 11>8 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Kerber
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<19 so 15(0) = 0
>> 24+22+0 = 46

tina110        02016 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
> 3+3+3 = 9(3) = 27
Hand 2
- Kerber
- Kirilenko
- Stosur
- Petrova
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>9 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- Cibulkova
- Safarova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
> 3+2+0+3+3 = 11<21 so 11(0) = 0
>> 27+24+0 = 51

Igorche        02018 TB: 20

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 3+3+0 = 6(3) = 18
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Stosur
- Errani
- Ivanovic
> 3+3+3+2 = 11>6 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Kerber
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<17 so 15(0) = 0
>> 18+22+0 = 40

Kylger         02020 TB: 21

Hand 1
- Wozniacki
- Safarova
- Cibulkova
> 3+0+2 = 5(3) = 15
Hand 2
- Kvitova
- Petrova
- Kerber
- Stosur
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>5 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 3+3+3+3+0 = 12<17 so 8(0) = 0
>> 15+24+0 = 39

Buitenzorg     02021 TB: 20

Hand 1
- Kuznetsova
- Makarova
- Vinci
> 2+0+2 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Bartoli
- Barthel
- Errani
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>4 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- A.Radwanska
- Stosur
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Azarenka
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<16 so 15(0) = 0
>> 12+24+0 = 36

OhNaNa         02023 TB: 18

Hand 1
- Vinci
- Kirilenko
- Stephens
> 2+3+0 = 5(3) = 15
Hand 2
- Barthel
- Wozniacki
- Wickmayer
- Kuznetsova
> 3+3+2+2 = 10>4 so 10(2) = 20
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Stosur
- Azarenka
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15=15 so 15(0) = 0
>> 15+20+0 = 35

Chilenaitor    02024 TB: 18

Hand 1
- Kvitova
- Cibulkova
- Safarova
> 3+2+0 = 5(3) = 15
Hand 2
- Kerber
- Kirilenko
- Errani
- Wozniacki
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>5 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Stosur
- Stephens
> 3+3+3+3+0 = 12<17 so 12(0) = 0
>> 15+24+0 = 39

Meelis          02026 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Barthel
- Robson
- Stephens
> 3+0+0 = 3(3) = 9
Hand 2
- Petrova
- Wozniacki
- Errani
- Bartoli
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>3 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Ivanovic
- Kvitova
> 3+3+3+2+3 = 14<15 so 14(0) = 0
>> 9+24+0 = 31

goOudinUSA     02027 TB: 23

Hand 1
- Flipkens
- Vesnina
- Shvedova
> 2+2+0 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Hsieh
- Lepchenko
- Goerges
- Wozniacki
> 0+0+2+3 = 5>4 so 5(2) = 10
Hand 3
- Ivanovic
- Stosur
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Azarenka
> 2+3+3+3+3 = 14>9 so 14(1) = 14
>> 12+10+14 = 36

coolfish1103   02028 TB: 22

Hand 1
- Azarenka
- Petrova
- Barthel
> 3+3+3 = 9(3) = 27
Hand 2
- Sharapova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
- Kuznetsova
> 3+3+3+2 = 11>9 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Stosur
- Makarova
- Kirilenko
> 3+3+3+0+3 = 12<20 so 15(0) = 0
>> 27+22+0 = 49

Barktra        02029 TB: 22

Hand 1
- Barthel
- Robson
- Stephens
> 3+0+0 = 3(3) = 9
Hand 2
- Petrova
- Ivanovic
- Errani
- Bartoli
> 3+2+3+3 = 11>3 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
- Wozniacki
- Kvitova
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15>14 so 15(1) = 15
>> 9+22+15 = 46

feifei         02030 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Cibulkova
- Petrova
- Stosur
> 2+3+3 = 8(3) = 24
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Ivanovic
- Errani
- Kuznetsova
> 3+2+3+2 = 10>8 so 10(2) = 20
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Kerber
- Kvitova
- A.Radwanska
- Sharapova
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<18 so 15(0) = 0
>> 24+20+0 = 44

Drake1980      03031 TB: 

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Vinci
- Stephens
> 3+2+0 = 5(3) = 15
Hand 2
- Wozniacki
- Kerber
- Errani
- Ivanovic
> 3+3+3+2 = 11>5 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Kvitova
- Stosur
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<16 so 15(0) = 0
>> 15+22+0 = 37

valac222       03032 TB: 27

Hand 1
- Bartoli
- Keys
- U.Radwanska
> 3+1+3 = 7(3) = 21
Hand 2
- Errani
- Kuznetsova
- Kvitova
- Stosur
> 3+2+3+3 = 11>7 so 11(2) = 22
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Sharapova
- A.Radwanska
- Wozniacki
- Kerber
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<18 so 15(0) = 0
>> 21+22+0 = 43

taloki         03035 TB: 19

Hand 1
- Kvitova
- Azarenka
- Barthel
> 3+3+3 = 9(3) = 27
Hand 2
- Sharapova
- Errani
- Wozniacki
- Jankovic
> 3+3+3+0 = 9=9 so 9(0) = 0
Hand 3
- Vinci
- A.Radwanska
- Kirilenko
- Makarova
- Stosur
> 2+3+3+0+3 = 11<18 so 11(0) = 0
>> 27+0+0 = 27

Monzanator     03038 TB: 29

Hand 1
- Ivanovic
- Stephens
- Goerges
> 2+0+2 = 4(3) = 12
Hand 2
- Stosur
- Wozniacki
- Errani
- Barthel
> 3+3+3+3 = 12>4 so 12(2) = 24
Hand 3
- Azarenka
- Kvitova
- Sharapova
- Kerber
- A.Radwanska
> 3+3+3+3+3 = 15<16 so 15(0) = 0
>> 12+24+0 = 36
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [tina110 Leads]

is it good if we have RED colour in Hand 1?
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [tina110 Leads]

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is it good if we have RED colour in Hand 1?
No, having RED points just means you won't earn anymore points from that hand. Consider the best possible minimum points for Hand 1 is 36, it's not good to have RED in Hand 1 now.

For an 128-draw game, the maximum amount of basic points one can get would be 51.

If you try to max Hand 1 for bonus points, your Hand 2 & 3 will receive zero points, like below:

Example 1

7-6-5 = 18x3 = 54

5-4-4-4 = 17x0 = 0

4-3-3-3-3 = 16x0 = 0

Total: 54+0+0 = 54 points x 2 = 108 points

Therefore, one generally has to split the winner and finalist into different hands.

Example 2

7-5-5 = 17x3 = 51

6-4-4-4 = 18x2 = 36

4-3-3-3-3 = 16x0 = 0

Total: 51+36 = 87 points x 2 = 174 points

If someone wants to receive points for the third hand as well to reach the maximum possible, then Hand 3 needs 26 points.

Example 3

5-4-3 = 12x3 = 36

4-3-3-3 = 13x2 = 26

7-6-5-4-4 = 26

Total: 36+26+26 = 88 points x 2 = 176 points

Note: There are multiple combinations of getting those points.

Basically, one either has to go for 12-13-26 or 17-18-16 in basic points. Going for 17-18-16 is much more risky cause one can end up with a higher Hand 1 (like example 1) which effectively kills your earning for Hand 2. Going for 12-13-26 is much safer but the points awarded are usually not the maximum cause it's typically easier to predict who reaches the final but not who reaches Round 16.

The idea of the game is to split your risks. It's somewhat like learning to how do multiple bets in a betting environment to have insurance in case one of your bets fail, so eggs are not all in a basket. Obviously I am not doing a very good job to formulate the game the way I wanted so the rules kept on changing... but it seems like this current rule will stick quite long
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Re: Three Hands #4 - Indian Wells [tina110 Leads]

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