Monday, December 11, 2006

Day 3 analysis, endgame test and team stats

Just spent the entire morning going through my Day 3 games.

The conclusion: I was playing relatively well, losing an ave. of 53 pts of EQ a game (95, 47,66,57,30,42,32 ) However I went 2-5. The field was tough to say the least- Lennie, Ganesh, Marlon, Chris, Gerry, Jose and Nigel , 4 of the top 10 players- ave. rating of 1874.

T0 put things in perspective, David Webb loses around 70 pts and Andrew Fisher around 55, while recent WSC and BEST finals have seen average losses of 50 or so.

I missed only 2 bingos in the 7 games costing 10 and 29 pts each. I had 11 bingos to 16. I had only 4/14 blanks and 7/28 Ss. On Day 2 I had half the blanks and won 9 games of 12 against an ave. rating of 1858 ( perf. rating of 2049)

Total moves:91
Average no. of moves: 13.0
Worst loss: BARDY(54) against Marlon losing 38 points
No. of best moves:41/91 (45%)

Scrabble is just unfair..



My game with Nigel. I tracked correctly and saw no way to win.

$50 for anyone who can find a proven win for me.
My turn to play with DEIIISV, sadly no DIVISIVE.

TEAM stats from S'pore vs other teams in order of placing

............................. Cheah...........Me..............JP............Andy..........Michael..........Total

Sin vs Aus ........1-4 -108...2-3 -445....2-3 -163.....0-5 -288.....2-3 -147....7-18 -1151 (ave -46)
Sin vs Mal ........ 2-3 -274...2-3 +55....1-4 -269.....3-2 -11.....2-3 -85.....10-15 -584 (-23.3)
Sin vs Tha .........4-1 +259...4-1 +144....3-2 -79.....3-2 -61.....3-2 -133.....17-8 +128 ( +5)
Sin vs Phi ........2-3 +66....2-3 -79.....4-1 +220.....1-4 -352.....1-4 -387.....10-15 -532(-21)
Sin vs Ind ........5-0 +438...2-3 -43....3-2 +213.....4-1 +326....4-1 +205....18-7 +1139 (+45.6)

Best performer against Aus: Michael
Best performer against Mal: Andy
Best performer against Tha: Cheah
Best performer against Phi: JP
Best performer against Ind: Cheah

1 comment:

Andrew Fisher said...

Those equity loss stats are a bit out of date these days, and sub-50 is certainly the par for most top players (the dreadful recent British NSC final notwithstanding, but they weren't really top players). Did you count the equity losses on other days?