The BBT is now complete. I had planned on playing the Big Game, but skipped it at the last minute, so I ended up missing most of the events in the last few weeks and dropped to 20th overall. There has been a lot of talk about the scoring system, so I will put up some statistics that are not based on number of events played to even things out a bit. I am not doing this to take anything away from our BBT champion Bayne_S. It looks like he would have won using any imaginable scoring method that gave credit for good play. Its more for people like me, who simply can't play 2-3 blogger events a week and had to try to get in when my schedule allowed it. All of this will be based on 19 minimum events (about 1/2). This is so you can't dominate a statistical category by one or two big events. You have to play enough for your statistics to be meaningful. Enough of the build-up, here they are.
BBT Final Points/Event Standings
BBT Final Cash/Event Standings
BBT Final FT% Standings
BBT Final ITM% Standings BBT Final "In The Points" Standings
I was shooting for the points/Event title but finished 7th in that. Still not too bad concidering the number of players and the talent level. My best finish was 2nd in the fold to the points catagory above. I also must say that Hoy made quite a run late, and would have had a shot if not for his horrible start. My 2 cents on the scoring system, is that I would leave it unchanged, but only count the 10 best finishes of all players. I think that evens things out a bit, and makes folding to the points pretty worthless.
Labels: BBT, BBT Points per Event, BBT Standings