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Old Oct 6th, 2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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Three Hands #19 - Istanbul (Congratulations to goOudinUSA!)

Three Hands

2013 will be Test Season for suggestions and changes!

Please read the rule post carefully as there are rule changes throughout the season.



2013 Test Season Tournaments

Australian Open - Drake1980 def. SAISAI-GOAT
Doha - OhNaNa def. goOudinUSA
Dubai - taloki def. Buitenzorg
Indian Wells - tina110 def. valac222
Miami - valac222 def. digor
Charleston - Igorche def. DiRenan
Stuttgart - tina110 def. Kylger
Madrid - tenniscreep def. coolfish1103
Rome - tildeloltilde def. Drake1980
Roland Garros - Chilenaitor def. Buitenzorg
Wimbledon - Heinann def. Cheda 16.17
Stanford - goOudinUSA def. coolfish1103
Carlsbad - databol def. Meelis
Toronto - coolfish1103 def. tenniscreep
Cincinnati - tildeloltilde def. Igorche
US Open - Monzanator def. digor
Tokyo - Buitenzorg def. tildeloltilde
Beijing - Meelis def. tildeloltilde
Istanbul
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Rules

Choose
Code:
Each participant must choose
 6 (1-2-3) different players for [ 32 Draw/RR]

participating in the tournament before main draw begins.

- The players must be arranged in the fashion where they are in 3 hands (groups).
- If you choose a qualifier before qualifying is finished, identify the draw spot.  Q1 = first Q on the draw
- You may not select LL as one of your players.
- You may not change your picks once you have posted.
- For tie break purposes, please list the number of games played for the final.
Hands
Code:
         32 draw/RR

Hand 1 = 1 player
Hand 2 = 2 players
Hand 3 = 3 players

- You may list back up players for each player in case there's a withdrawal.
Points Earned

Code:
Each player chosen receives points according to the following chart based on round lost:

          W   F   SF  RR3 RR4

 RR       4   3   2   1   0

Total points earned = 3*(Hand 1) + 2*(Hand 2) -or- 0*(Hand 2) + 1*(Hand 3) -or- 0*(Hand 3)

- Chosen players who received BYE in the draw and lost in their first match will receive 0 points.
- Perfect Hands: Earn bonus points (x2).  Read below for more info.
- No perfect hands bonuses will be awarded for tournaments in RR format.
- 2*(Hand 2) if [Hand 2 > Hand 1]    , else 0*(Hand 2).
- 1*(Hand 3) if [Hand 3 > Hand 1 + 2], else 0*(Hand 3).
Tournament Tie Break

Code:
In case there are participants who receive equal points:

- Points acquired in Hand 2 & Hand 3,                        if equal
- Points acquired in Hand 3,                                 if equal
- Points acquired in Hand 2,                                 if equal
- Correct final games guessed,                               if equal
- Closer final games guessed,                                if equal
- Greater of total rankings combined for the players chosen, if equal
- Whoever posted their hands first
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

To Play

Post
- Simply list your three hands clearly and identify your back ups before main draw begins.
- Back ups are not necessary if undesired.
- List a final tie break but are not necessary if undesired.

Code:
We will use Brisbane 2013 as an example:

Hand 1
- Pavlyuchenkova (Errani)

Hand 2
- Kerber (Stosur)
- Kvitova (Vinci)

Hand 3
- Azarenka (Lisicki)
- Sharapova (Wozniacki)
- S.Williams (Stephens)

Final
- 20 games
Score
- A scoreboard will be updated by the manager

Code:
How to score?

Hand 1
> 4
> 4 x 3 = 12, earns 12 points

Hand 2
> 2 + 1 = 3
> 3 < 4 so 3 x 0 = 0, earns 0 points

Hand 3
> Wozniacki replaces Sharapova
> 3 + 0 + 5 = 8
> 8 > 4 + 3, earns 8 points

Total Scored: 12 + 0 + 8 = 20 Points
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Ranking Points

Ranking Rule
- Points earned in each tournament (subject to tournament bonuses) will be added to your ranking
- Max 16 tournaments will count, no mandatory tournaments

Tournament Bonuses
- Participants ranked 1-8 will be able to play YEC, with 2 alts

Code:
Tournament   WIN  RUP   3rd   4th   5th  6th  7th  8th

YEC         x25  x22.5 x20   x17.5 x15  x12.5 x10  x7.5
Ranking Tie Break

Code:
In case there are participants who receive equal points:

- Lesser total number of tournaments participated, if equal
- Points earned in Grand Slams,                    if equal
- Points earned in Premier Mandatories,            if equal
- Points earned in Premier 5,                      if equal
- Points earned in Premiers,                       if equal
- Points earned in Internationals,                 if equal
- Stay tied
* Note that 2013 Australian Open and Doha will earn less ranking points due to less players picked.
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Ranking after Beijing:

Code:
Rank	P Rank	Participants	Points			Tokyo	Beijing
							
1	1	Buitenzorg	3301.2			234	192
2	4	tina110 	2642.8			118.8	192
3	2	valac222	2608			25.2	56
4	3	Drake1980	2495.8			0	0
5	6	Monzanator	2146.6			14.4	121.6
6	5	goOudinUSA	2102.2			74.4	56
7	7	digor   	2046.2			37.2	57.6
8	8	Heinann 	1970.4			22.8	0
9	9	Igorche 	1954.4			0	0
10	10	OhNaNa  	1909.6			0	0
11	11	DiRenan 	1893.2			0	0
12	12	taloki  	1893			0	0
13	14	tildeloltilde	1889.8			163.2	288
14	13	Chilenaitor	1781.2			0	0
15	19	Meelis  	1669.6			37.2	408
16	15	coolfish1103	1557.2			76.8	43.2
17	16	Kylger  	1372.8			0	0
18	17	anthonyqld	1299			36	0
19	18	Cheda 16.17	1296			0	0
20	20	SAISAI-GOAT	1238.8			0	0
21	21	Barktra 	1141			0	0
22	23	tenniscreep	1089.4			74.4	124.8
23	22	feifei  	1063			0	0
24	24	Proflyer98	721.4			76.8	118.4
25	27	zziptennis	572.8			33.6	124.8
26	25	luvwilliams	538.2			0	0
27	26	traddles	454.4			0	0
28	28	rbfilipe	385.4			0	0
29	29	JustPetko	337.4			0	0
30	30	Hidalgo 	335.8			0	0
31	31	dogwonder24	316.4			115.2	0
32	32	Reephoria.	285.2			0	0
33	33	champion88	272.6			0	0
34	34	ArturJFC	263.4			30	0
35	35	supertec	224			0	0
36	36	databol 	104			0	0
37	37	Hĺkon   	86.4			0	0
38	38	HawkAussie	83			0	0
39	39	lolada_4	80			0	0
40	40	charmedRic	66			0	0
41	41	plokploky	64			0	0
42	42	come on lena	63			0	0
43	43	lizzard11120	48			0	0
44	44	JustWonderful	42			0	0
45	45	mariusz_pol	14			0	0
Qualified for Istanbul
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Player Statistics

1. Buitenzorg (3301.2)

Race Position: 1
Best Ranking: 1
Weeks in #1: 19
Longest #1 streak: 19
Finals reached: 3
Tournaments won: 1
# of Perfect Hands: 1 (Doha before rule change)
Career highlights: Won 2013 Tokyo

2. tina110 (2642.8)

Race Position: 2
Best Ranking: 2
Weeks in #1: 0
Longest #1 streak: N/A
Finals reached: 2
Tournaments won: 2
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: Won 2013 Indian Wells and Stuttgart

3. valac222 (2608)

Race Position: 3
Best Ranking: 1
Weeks in #1: 3
Longest #1 streak: 2
Finals reached: 2
Tournaments won: 1
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: Won 2013 Miami

4. Drake1980 (2495.8)

Race Position: 4
Best Ranking: 1
Weeks in #1: 13
Longest #1 streak: 7
Finals reached: 2
Tournaments won: 1 (Australian Open)
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: Won 2013 Australian Open

5. Monzanator (2146.6)

Race Position: 5
Best Ranking: 5
Weeks in #1: 0
Longest #1 streak: N/A
Finals reached: 1
Tournaments won: 1 (US Open)
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: Won 2013 US Open

6. goOudinUSA (2102.2)

Race Position: 6
Best Ranking: 5
Weeks in #1: 0
Longest #1 streak: N/A
Finals reached: 2
Tournaments won: 1
# of Perfect Hands: 1 (Doha before rule change)
Career highlights: Won 2013 Stanford

7. digor (2046.2)

Race Position: 7
Best Ranking: 7
Weeks in #1: 0
Longest #1 streak: N/A
Finals reached: 2
Tournaments won: 0
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: 2013 US Open Final

8. Heinann (1970.4)

Race Position: 8
Best Ranking: 8
Weeks in #1: 0
Longest #1 streak: N/A
Finals reached: 1
Tournaments won: 1 (Wimbledon)
# of Perfect Hands: 0
Career highlights: Won 2013 Wimbledon

1. Igorche
2. OhNaNa
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Three Hands YEC Interview




Player Interviews

1. Buitenzorg

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (since TF flag can be changed), your gender, how long have you been on TF and anything related...?

My name is Rovel, was born in Jakarta Indonesia and migrated to Australia 15 years ago, I am Australian and lives in Sydney. I have been playing, posting and browsing TF since February 2002

- You reached your first final in Dubai, losing to taloki. What were your feelings back then? Did you even remember or realized (cause the game was new) about it?

I did not worried at all, to be a great player you have to keep focusing and move on, and never give up, keep trying to develop my own strategy

- Did you know that you will be #1 after Roland Garros? Was that a surprise coming to you?

Honestly, I was shocked and happy at the same time when I found out I have took over #1 rank from Drake1980

- How were your feelings (exciting?) ...and who did you envision as your main rival(s) in competition for the top spot since then?

I always treat everyone at the same level field, I never underestimate my opponent, I guess this is also the key for me to become a consistent player

- Prior to winning your maiden title in Tokyo, were you pressured (whether by me or other reasons) that you were a title-less #1 in Three Hands? Can you tell us your feelings before and after you won the title in Tokyo as #1?

Again, I never worried about not to have won a title, I was sure that one day my turn to win a title will come.

- ...and now you are now the longest #1 holders (in both consecutive weeks and longest ever), what are your focus and expectations in 2014?

well maintaining #1 spot is actually harder than to get it, I will always bring my 'A' game on every tournaments

- Who do you think will win in Istanbul? Do you think the results will have any impacts on you (or your ranking)?

Of course I will win in Istanbul, not to be sounded over confident or arrogant, I think I have what it takes to be the champion, I wish all the best to all the qualifiers.

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

I am an accountant, and number is always my strong part of my way of thinking, I guess this hugely impacting the way I play this game.

- Which game do you enjoy the most and why? It does not have to be Three Hands.

I am enjoying playing a few games on TF, I could say, I pretty much doing very well on most of them, I love FWTT, PAW, Tipping, FITD and of course 3Hands

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

At the moment, 3Hands rules seems OK to me, I will definitely tell you down the track should I have something in mind to develop this game, and Thank you once again for being a great manager of this game

- Thank you for participating.

2. tina110

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (since TF flag can be changed), your gender, how long have you been on TF and anything related...?

My name is Tina and I come from Frankfurt in Germany. I'm a 51 year old woman

- #1 seems a little bit far away to you as your best ranking in 2013 was #2. You are now about 658 points behind Buitenzorg, what do you think of your chance of winning over him at Istanbul?

Buitenzorg is a great player and has a great year, I do my best - but may the best player win!

- Is winning tournament more important to you or being #1? Were the ranking points dedicated too much for the Grand Slams? Do you think the 2014 ranking points adjustments will be better?

Number 1 is the greatest wish of every player I think. I like to win Tournament, it feels goos

- Your first title came at Indian Wells, defeating valac222 en route. Can you tell us about your feelings when you won that title?

I am very very happy to win the first title and I do my best to win more

- Who do you think will win in Istanbul?

I think Serena

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

My game is only a feeling, my picks are the names, which are in my head at this moment

- Do you think Three Hands is a challenging game or is it too boring because there are no fierce competition in each round like tippings?

I like this game and I think it's good, that there are many different games. Everybody find a game and have fun

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

I like to thanks for a great year and many work for managing a great game. Thank you!

- Thank you for participating.

3. valac222

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (since TF flag can be changed), your gender, how long have you been on TF and anything related...?

My name is László, I live in the suburb area of Budapest. I mostly play on TF for the last two years.

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

Actually I try to pick perfect hand with smaller emphasize on hand3.

- There were some fierce competitions between you, Drake1980 and OhNaNa at the beginning of the year. Did you change your playing style to try to get a better or different results than you normally would?

I did change, but it was not successful at all.

- Can you tell us a little bit about your feelings when you won your maiden title at Miami and clinched #1 right after?

Insert a standard answer

- Which tournament do you feel is the most important in WTA? How were your performances in Three Hands relative in that tournament?

European slams. No big successes.

- Who do you think will win in Istanbul and how are you preparing yourself?

Buitenzorg has a good touch of this game, he is the clear favorite.

- Since you are a manager yourself and you have also established games, what do you think of Three Hands? Is it too passive since participants only need to pick before the tournament begin?

This “passivity” can be an advantage. Needs less time to participate so you might have more players and you do not lose players during the tourney. No problem with that.

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

Whatever you do, you have to be aware that it always will be a niche game and for the close future only your enthusiasm will keep it alive. (At least these are the points I failed with Penta. Time to time I have a strong willingness to restart Penta, but I always realize that I cannot do it alone and I refuse it) My only advice is the following: do not change too often.

- Thank you for participating.

4. Drake1980

- Interview not available.

5. Monzanator

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (since TF flag can be changed), are you a he or she, how long have you been on TF and anything related you would like to share...?

I'm from Poland like my flag suggests. My name is too hard to pronounce for 96% of TF but let's just say the English version is the same as in case of ex-ATP player Rusedski

- What were your goals in playing Three Hands? What kind of thoughts went through your mind when you play a new games?

I had no goals when I started playing the game. Everything comes as a bonus but Three Hands was the last of the new games I joined.


- I believe you made it to the final 8 by winning the US Open title at Flushing Meadows. Were that part of your expectations?

I never won a Grand Slam event in any of the games I played so capturing US Open in Three Hands was my first time. And I never expected that since I consider GS events a TF jinx of mine.

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

I used to pick the seemingly best players for Hand 3 but noticed that most people don't risk so much and pick them for Hand 2 more frequently instead. I usually follow that path now as well.

- Do you play tennis in real life? If you do, can you tell us what are your preferences? ...such as which hand do you use, what kind of surface do you like the most... etc... If you don't, what outdoor activities do you do?

I played on a clay court located near my home when I was younger. Now I'm just an arm-chair player!


- Who do you think will win in Istanbul and how are you preparing yourself? Are you gunning for the second title this year?

I consider myself as an outsider and pick Meelis to win the Year-End title.

- What are the reason you play games on tennis forums? Playing while reading for the drama? Support the players... etc?

It's all about good fun and I appreciate any clever ideas from the people responsible for any new game. Three Hands is one of the smartest games on TF.

- If there are 10 bags worth of tennis balls (each bag has more than 100 of them) and one of the bags contained fake tennis balls that weighs 0.1 lb less than others. How many times do you need to weigh to figure out which bag contains the fake tennis balls?

Any number from 2 to 9 depending when I pick the fake balls bag. I could tell which ones are fake immediately after picking them.

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

I don't recommend any changes since that's one thing I don't like about any game on TF! Too much bickering kills the spirit.



Let me know if I got the fake balls question right but I think I did


- Thank you for participating!

6. goOudinUSA

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (more than just USA), are you a he or she, how long have you been on TF and anything related you would like to share...?

Hi! My name is Douglas but I go by Doug. I like in a small town in Georgia, USA, about an hour northwest of Atlanta.

- We know you love Melanie so much from your nickname. Can you share with us why you like/love/support her? Have you met her in real life or go to a tournament to support her? If you did, did you manage to get a sig from her?

Yes, I love Melanie!! She has been my favorite player for years. Through tough patches and the good! She is such a nice person with a great personality. Too me she is a great tennis player! She also is from a town not far from where I live. I have not actually met Mel and got an autograph, but I have seen her play in person. It was possibly the best day of my life.

- You were one of the few players who have achieved perfect hands before there was a rule change (at Doha). How difficult was it to pick the correct 6 players from the draw? Do you think it's easier to achieve perfect hands at bigger tournaments with famous players playing or smaller ones with uncertainties?

I was very surprised I got one! I think part of it has to do with luck. You don't really know how to tournament is going to play out, so you just really have to go off instinct. Tournaments with more famous players, I think, are easier to pick.

- What were your goals in playing Three Hands? ...and who do you think will win this tournament at Istanbul?

My goal was to win!! and I hope I win the tournament, but anyone has a chance! It'll be fun to see how it plays out.

- What's your favorite game on TF and why? It does not have to be Three Hands.

I love Three Hands, but I have to go with Tennis Tipping. TT is such a fun game. It take predicting matches to a whole new level. It is also a great way to make friends (and enemies)!

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

All three hands are very valuable to winning, but I think Hand 1 has the biggest impact. With the x3 multiplier, Hand 1 usually gives the most points.

- Do you play tennis in real life? If you do, can you tell us what are your preferences? ...such as which hand do you use, what kind of surface do you like the most... etc... If you don't, what outdoor activities do you do?

I don't play in a league or with a team, but I like to play with friends and family. I love hitting a one-handed backhand (though it needs work )! I'm right handed and hard court is my favorite surface. I also enjoy hiking and playing American football and basketball.

- What do you enjoy the most on TF and why? Some people may prefer to know their favorite players' schedule from spiceboy, some like to read TBE's real time rankings, some like the games, some simply just want to read the drama on general messages...

I really enjoy all of it! The games, the players forums, and the tournament forums are what most of my time consists of.

- If there are 10 bags worth of tennis balls (each bag has more than 100 of them) and one of the bags contained fake tennis balls that weighs 0.1 lb less than others. How many times do you need to weigh to figure out which bag contains the fake tennis balls?

Oh gosh. Probably about 100.

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

Three Hands is a great game! I'm so happy I joined! The changes already made for 2014 look great. Doubles may be an interesting element to the game. Doubles can sometimes be unpredictable, so it would be a fun addition!

- Thank you for participating.

Thank you for the interview and running the event!!

7. digor

- Interview not available.

8. Heinann

- So, can you tell us a little bit about yourself, like your name, where you from (since TF flags are not great indicators), are you a he or she, how long have you been on TF and anything related you would like to share...?

My name is Rafał (so I'm a male) and I'm from Poland. I joined TF in April last year but I started posting in June 2012.

- Do you feel winning a grand slam is more important or become a year end #1 in professional tennis? Do you have the same feelings when the same question translate into playing games on TF?

Both are important but there are many flukes. In TF i would definetly prefer to win a grand slam.

- What were your goals in playing Three Hands? Did you achieve them?

I didn't have goals in Three Hands, but I won Wimbledon, so I can say I achieved them .

- Who do you think will win the YEC? How good are your chances?

Hopefully me . But everyone has equally chances in my opinion.

- Can you tell us a little bit about your playing style or ways to approach Three Hands when you manage your picks? Like which hands are more important to others or what players to pick or not to pick in a tournament... etc...?

I always pick in hand 1 the player who I think will win the tournament. In hand 2 finalist and one of semifinalists etc.

- Do you play tennis in real life? If you do, can you tell us about your playing style? ...such as which hand do you use, what kind of surface do you like the most... etc... If you don't play tennis, what outdoor activities do you do?

No, I don't play tennis.

- What do you enjoy the most on TF and why? Some people may prefer to know their favorite players' schedule from spiceboy, some like to read TBE's real time rankings, some like the games, some simply just want to read the drama on general messages...

On TF I like the most games and some GM threads (NA-MUG ) and of course spiceboy's entry lists and TBE's ranking. I enjoy a lot of things on TF.

- If there are 10 bags worth of tennis balls (each bag has more than 100 of them) and one of the bags contained fake tennis balls that weighs 0.1 lb less than others. How many times do you need to weigh to figure out which bag contains the fake tennis balls?

2?

- Who are your favorite tennis players? Have you seen them in actions live at a tournament? If you did, did you prefer to watch the match live inside the stadium, over television or through online streaming?

JJ, Rena, Venus, Sara and Roby. I have never been in a tennis tournament .

- Are there any recommendations you would like to give to Three Hands? ...or any comments on the changes for the game next year (maybe how you feel doubles being allowed to be picked)?

Game is good, but points distribution should be more clear.

Thank you for participating.
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Main Draw

Code:
Red
- [1] Serena Williams
- [3] Agnieszka Radwanska
- [5] Petra Kvitova
- [8] Angelique Kerber

White
- [2] Victoria Azarenka
- [4] Li Na
- [6] Sara Errani
- [7] Jelena Jankovic
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Hall of Fame

Wins

2 P5 - tildeloltilde
1 PM & PR - tina110
1 GS - Drake1980, Chilenaitor, Heinann, Monzanator
1 PM - valac222, tenniscreep, Meelis
1 P5 - OhNaNa, coolfish1103, Buitenzorg
1 PR - Igorche, taloki, goOudinUSA, databol

Finals

4 - tildeloltilde
3 - Buitenzorg, coolfish1103
2 - valac222, tina110, Drake1980, tenniscreep, goOudinUSA, Igorche, Meelis, digor
1 - SAISAI-GOAT, OhNaNa, taloki, DiRenan, Kylger, Chilenaitor, Cheda 16.17, databol, Monzanator

Weeks in #1

Drake1980 (dethrone by OhNaNa in Indian Wells)
- Week of Paris
- Week of Fed Cup
- Week of Doha
- Week of Dubai
- Week of Kuala Lumpur
- Weeks of Indian Wells

OhNaNa (dethrone by valac222 in Miami)
- Weeks of Miami

valac222 (dethrone by Drake1980 in Charleston)
- Week of Charleston

Drake1980 (dethrone by valac222 in Stuttgart)
- Week of Katowice
- Week of Fed Cup
- Week of Stuttgart

valac222 (dethrone by Drake1980 in Roma)
- Week of Madrid
- Week of Roma

Drake1980 (dethrone by Buitenzorg in Roland Garros)
- Week of Brussels
- Weeks of Roland Garros

Buitenzorg
- Week of Birmingham
- Week of Eastbourne
- Weeks of Wimbledon
- Week of Palermo
- Week of Bastad
- Week of Stanford
- Week of Carlsbad
- Week of Toronto
- Week of Cincinnati
- Week of New Haven
- Weeks of US Open
- Week of Quebec City
- Week of Guangzhou
- Week of Tokyo
- Week of Beijing
- Week of Linz/Osaka
- Week of Moscow/Luxembourg

19 - Buitenzorg
13 - Drake1980
3 - valac222
2 - OhNaNa

Current
To be determined

# of Perfect Hands

1 - OhNaNa, goOudinUSA, Buitenzorg, anthonyqld, Chilenaitor
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

2014 Tournament Revisions
- Feel free to make any comments

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1. Tournament bonuses awarded for each category of tournament will be revised to...

Tournament   WIN  RUP   3-4  5-8  9-16

Grand Slam  x10  x8.0  x6.0 x4.0 x2.0
Premier M.  x6   x4.8  x3.6 x2.4 x1.2
Premier 5   x5   x4.0  x3.0 x2.0
Premier     x4   x3.2  x2.4 x1.6

No changes to YEC and TOC.

2. By not playing internationals, Sofia Tournament of Champions qualification will be revised to...

- Available to participants who did not qualify or play YEC.
- Available to participants who won at least one tournament in 2014.
- 8 players and 2 alternates (if needed) in the qualifying order who sent will be accepted.

3. Doubles team are available as picks.  However...

- No perfect hands will be awarded unless you pick thoroughly singles.
- Number of picks used will still be based on singles main draw size.
- Points earned from doubles will be based on doubles main draw size.
- The entire team name should be written as players may be playing both events.

    Size  W   F   SF  QF  R16 R32 R64 R128

128 Draw  7   6   5   4   3   2   1   0
 64 Draw  6   5   4   3   2   1   0
 32 Draw  5   4   3   2   1   0
 16 Draw  4   3   2   1   0

4. You may change your picks but you must make a new post.

- No post editing.
- Private messages welcome if desired.
- Manager will post his/her picks first and won't change picks.
Advertisement
- 2014 New Game: Tipping Knock Out

Code:
Tipping Knock Out (Tipping KO)
- Tournaments will be held based on Three Hands calendar.

Overview
- Participants will be placed based on the draw size of actual tournaments, just like Tennis Tipping.
- First entry deadline: Sunday 3pm CET one week ahead.
- Late entry deadline: 3pm CET the day before Q begins.
- BYEs will be given if there are not enough players.
- Participants will tip against each other.

Rules
- Participants will tip two players based on the order of play distributed.
  One of the two players will act as a back up in case of withdrawals.

  Example
  Pick: Pavlyuchenkova 6-4 6-3
  Back Up: Ivanovic 6-4 3-6 6-3

- There are no back ups for finals.
- Players chosen for the main pick cannot be used again.
- Ranking points will tweak and not be exactly the same as WTA.

Tie Break
- Pick a match winner.
- Pick a match winner that has a lower rank.
- In case of same winner, we go by the following order:

  Example - Ivanovic def. Vinci 6-4 6-3
  Correct Set          Ivanovic 7-6 7-6 > Ivanovic 6-4 3-6 6-3
  Correct Pts & Order  Ivanovic 6-4 6-3 > Ivanovic 6-3 6-4
                       Ivanovic 6-4 6-2 > Ivanovic 6-3 6-2
  Correct Pts          Ivanovic 6-4 6-0 > Ivanovic 6-2 6-2
  Closer Pts           Ivanovic 7-5 7-5 > Ivanovic 6-0 6-0
  Compare Back Up
  Higher participant rank wins

- In case of same loser, we compare back up.
- In case back up still same loser, go by the following order:

  Example - Ivanovic def. Vinci 6-4 6-3
  Incorrect Set        Vinci 6-4 3-6 6-3 > Vinci 6-4 6-3
  Correct Pts & Order  Vinci 6-4 3-6 6-3 > Vinci 6-4 2-6 7-5
                       Vinci 4-6 6-3 6-2 > Vinci 3-6 6-3 6-2
  Correct Pts          Vinci 6-4 4-6 6-3 > Vinci 6-4 2-6 6-3
  Compare Back Up
  Higher participant rank wins

Ranking Points Distribution

            WIN  RUP  SF   QF   R16  R32  R64  R128  QFR  Q3   Q2   Q1   

Grand Slam  2000 1200  720  360  180   90   45    5    25   15    8    1
Premier M.  1000  600  360  180   90   45 25/5         20        12    1
Premier 5    900  540  270  135   70   35    5         20   12    6    1
Premier      470  280  140   70   35 15/1    1         15    9    5    1

Count 16 best and no mandatory tournaments
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2014 Calendar
- All weeks with internationals are skipped
- Calendar subject to change


Code:
Brisbane
Sydney
Australian Open
Paris
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Doha
Dubai
-
Indian Wells
Miami
Charleston
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Stuttgart
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Madrid
Roma
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Roland Garros
Birmingham
Eastbourne
Wimbledon
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Stanford
Montreal
Cincinnati
New Haven (?)
US Open
-
Tokyo
Wuhan
Beijing
-
Moscow
Singapore
Sofia
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Newsflash: Buitenzorg qualifies for Istanbul

Buitenzorg, from Australia, an active Three Hands player since the inaugural tournament in Australian Open, becomes the first participant to have qualified for the Year End Championships at Istanbul during the 2013 Three Hands test season (with 2914.2 points).

With a comfortable lead of 362.4 points against the next person in line (valac222) and more than 900 points against the first alternate currently in rank (Heinann), Buitenzorg has consolidated a lead where no alternates can past him in the upcoming matches in Tokyo and Beijing. He has a great chance to stay at #1 till the end of the season!

Congratulations!

Buitenzorg Stats (As of 2013 Beijing)

Current Ranking: 1
Best Ranking: 1 (Achieved 2013 Birmingham)
Weeks in #1: 15
Longest #1 streak: 15
Finals reached: 3 (Dubai, Roland Garros, Tokyo)
Tournaments won: 1 (Tokyo)
Perfect Hands made: 1 (Doha before rule change)
Career highlights: Win in Tokyo

Newsflash: valac222 and Drake1980 qualify for Istanbul

Congratulations to valac222 and Drake1980 becoming the second and third player to qualify for Istanbul. valac222 has been an active Three Hands player since Australian Open and have had successfully captured a Premier Mandatory title in Miami while Drake1980 has won the season's opening grand slam in Melbourne! Also, valac222 and Drake1980 have reached final one other time (Indian Wells for valac222 and Rome for Drake1980) in 2013.

On the other hand, the leader of the event, Buitenzorg, who has already qualified for Istanbl since US Open, has finally captured a title in Tokyo to not end the season titleless! Heading into Istanbul, he is currently 560 points ahead of valac222 and will have a great chance of ending the season leading the tour.

Again, well done to all!

valac222 Stats (As of 2013 Beijing)

Current Ranking: 2
Best Ranking: 1 (Achieved 2013 Charleston)
Weeks in #1: 3
Longest #1 streak: 2
Finals reached: 2 (Indian Wells, Miami)
Tournaments won: 1 (Miami)
Perfect Hands made: 0
Career highlights: Win in Indian Wells

Drake1980 Stats (As of 2013 Beijing)

Current Ranking: 3
Best Ranking: 1 (Achieved 2013 Paris)
Weeks in #1: 13
Longest #1 streak: 7
Finals reached: 2 (Australian Open, Rome)
Tournaments won: 1 (Australian Open)
Perfect Hands made: 0
Career highlights: Win in Australian Open

Newsflash: Istanbul qualifying list now set!

Congratulations to the following players for qualifying to the Year End Championships at Istanbul!

1. Buitenzorg
2. tina110
3. valac222
4. Drake1980
5. Monzanator
6. goOudinUSA
7. digor
8. Heinann

...and here are the first two alternates:

1. Igorche
2. OhNaNa

If there are more players who qualify but did not send picks then we will go down on the ranking list for more alternates who send.

Thank you all for playing the test season at Three Hands!
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Player results after F:
Code:
Players_________	Points
	
S.Williams______	4

Li______________	3
Kvitova_________	2
Jankovic________	2
Azarenka________	1
Kerber__________	1
A.Radwanska_____	0
Errani__________	0
Wozniacki_______	0
Stephens________	0
Scoreboard after F:

Code:
Participants____	Score
	
goOudinUSA______	19
Buitenzorg______	18
valac222________	17
Igorche_________	16  ALT
Monzanator______	16
Heinann_________	12  23 Exact
digor___________	12  22 -1
tina110_________	12  26 +3 Kerber
Drake1980_______	12  20 -3 Jankovic
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Re: Three Hands #19 - Istanbul

Picks

Code:
	PM		valac222________	17	TB	19	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
Azarenka________	1		S.Williams______	4		A.Radwanska_____	0
                	0		Li______________	3		Kerber__________	1
                	0		                	0		Jankovic________	2
                			                	0		                	0
                			                	0		                	0
Points          	1		                	7		                	3
Bonus Validation	3		                	14		                	0
							
	03047		Buitenzorg______	18	TB	23	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
Azarenka________	1		A.Radwanska_____	0		Li______________	3
                	0		S.Williams______	4		Kvitova_________	2
                	0		                	0		Jankovic________	2
                			                	0		                	0
                			                	0		                	0
Points          	1		                	4		                	7
Bonus Validation	3		                	8		                	7
							
	03048		tina110_________	12	TB	26	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
S.Williams______	4		Azarenka________	1		A.Radwanska_____	0
                	0		Li______________	3		Kerber__________	1
                	0		                	0		Kvitova_________	2
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	4		                	4		                	3
Bonus Validation	12		                	0		                	0
							
	03050		Igorche_________	16	TB	21	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
A.Radwanska_____	0		Jankovic________	2		S.Williams______	4
                	0		Kvitova_________	2		Azarenka________	1
                	0		                	0		Li______________	3
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	0		                	4		                	8
Bonus Validation	0		                	8		                	8
							
	03051		Drake1980_______	12	TB	20	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
S.Williams______	4		Azarenka________	1		A.Radwanska_____	0
                	0		Kvitova_________	2		Jankovic________	2
                	0		                	0		Li______________	3
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	4		                	3		                	5
Bonus Validation	12		                	0		                	0
							
	03052		Monzanator______	16	TB	18	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
A.Radwanska_____	0		S.Williams______	4		Li______________	3
                	0		Azarenka________	1		Kerber__________	1
                	0		                	0		Jankovic________	2
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	0		                	5		                	6
Bonus Validation	0		                	10		                	6
							
	03053		Heinann_________	12	TB	23	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
S.Williams______	4		Azarenka________	1		Jankovic________	2
                	0		Kvitova_________	2		Li______________	3
                	0		                	0		A.Radwanska_____	0
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	4		                	3		                	5
Bonus Validation	12		                	0		                	0
							
	03054		goOudinUSA______	19	TB	29	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
Li______________	3		Azarenka________	1		Kvitova_________	2
                	0		S.Williams______	4		Jankovic________	2
                	0		                	0		A.Radwanska_____	0
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	3		                	5		                	4
Bonus Validation	9		                	10		                	0
							
	03055		digor___________	12	TB	22	
							
Hand 1          			Hand 2          			Hand 3          	
S.Williams______	4		Azarenka________	1		A.Radwanska_____	0
                	0		Li______________	3		Kvitova_________	2
                	0		                	0		Kerber__________	1
                			                	0		                	0
                			                			                	0
Points          	4		                	4		                	3
Bonus Validation	12		                	0		                	0
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Announcement

Reminder: If there are more players who qualify but did not send picks then we will go down on the ranking list for more alternates who send. Therefore, anyone can send picks but only the first 10 on the ranking list who sends will have their picks counted.
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