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  • #57823

    kirby
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    The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows:

    1st place masters satty- 50 points
    2nd place masters satty- 10 points
    1st place wsobp satty- 100 points
    2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points
    1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points
    Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out-
    1st place got points for the total advertised
    2nd place got points for half the total advertised
    3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised
    Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points

    The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.

    1. Ross Hampton 4000 points ( do not have his complete status)
    2. Brandon Marx 3090 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    3. David Glaser 3000 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Dante Yell 2085 points ( 3 1sts)
    5. Aaron Smith 1550 points ( 10 1sts)
    6. Kevin Kessler 1410 ( 11 1sts)
    7. John Fourdyce 1000 ( 1 1st)
    8. Mike Popps 950 ( 5 1sts)
    9. Mark Pimentel 760 ( 3 1sts)
    10. Eden Hemphill 635 ( 16 1sts)
    11. Brandi Wrathall 450 ( 4 1sts)
    12. Arnold Collela 400 ( 2 1sts)
    13. Brent Sale 380 ( 3 1sts)
    14. Kyle Wayne Clayton 295 ( 3 1sts)
    15. Gabe Montoya 250 ( 2 1sts)
    16. Danny Kirby 230 ( 3 1sts)
    17. Nate Cunningham 225 ( 1 1st)
    17. Chris Sherwood 225 ( 2 1sts)
    19. Dane Ellis 200
    19. Ross Mcintosh 200 ( 2 1sts)
    21. Corey Sandoval 165 ( 4 1sts)
    22. James Relish 162 ( 2 1sts)
    23. Nolan Jones 130 ( 2 1sts)
    24. Jon Basille 100 ( 1 1st)
    24. Vince Catizone 100 ( 1 1st)
    24. Joseph Lyle 100 ( 1 1st)
    24. James Tripp 100 ( 1 1st)
    24. Alvin Stearnes 100 ( 1 1st)
    29. Vit 85 ( 1 1st)
    30. Danwise Smith 60
    30. Ricky Sheperd 60
    32. Jeremy Peckens 50
    33. Zach Johnson 20

    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players.

    #57825
    clawless
    clawless
    Member

    Sweet, one more year of relevance.

    #57826

    fourdyce
    Member

    Bang, 7 & 13, ROAR!

    #57827

    bmarx4
    Member

    23 1st Places, 13 of which were partner finals….. dirty

    #57851

    kirby
    Member

    The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows: 1st place masters satty- 50 points 2nd place masters satty- 10 points 1st place wsobp satty- 100 points 2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points 1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out- 1st place got points for the total advertised 2nd place got points for half the total advertised 3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition so any first place receives a bonus of 100 points. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.
    1. Brandon Marx 5420 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    2. Ross Hampton 4000 points ( do not have his complete status)
    3. David Glaser 3360 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Aaron Smith 2550 points ( 10 1sts)
    5. Kevin Kessler 2510 ( 13 1sts)
    6. Dante Yell 2385 points ( 3 1sts)
    7. Eden Hemphill 2235 ( 16 1sts)
    8. Mike Popps 1450 ( 5 1sts)
    9. Hunter Kelly 1416 (6 1sts)
    10. Rob Dix 1205 (4 1sts)
    11. John Fourdyce 1100 ( 1 1st)
    12. Mark Pimentel 1060( 3 1sts)
    13. Brandi Wrathall 850 ( 4 1sts)
    14. Brent Sale 680 ( 3 1sts)
    15. Arnold Collela 600 ( 2 1sts)
    16. Kyle Wayne Clayton 595 ( 3 1sts)
    17. Corey Sandaval 565 (4 1sts)
    18. Danny Kirby 530 ( 3 1sts)
    19. Gabe Montoya 450 ( 2 1sts)
    20. Chris Sherwood 425 ( 2 1sts)
    21. Ross Mcintosh 400 ( 2 1sts)
    22. James Relish 362 ( 2 1sts)
    23. Nolan Jones 330 ( 2 1sts)
    24. Nate Cunningham 325 ( 1 1st)
    25. Dane Ellis 200
    25. Jon Basille 200 ( 1 1st)
    25. Vince Catizone 200 ( 1 1st)
    25. Joseph Lyle 200 ( 1 1st)
    25. James Tripp 200 ( 1 1st)
    25. Alvin Stearnes 200 ( 1 1st)
    30. Vit 185 ( 1 1st)
    31. Danwise Smith 60
    31. Ricky Sheperd 60
    33. Jeremy Peckens 50
    34. Zach Johnson 20
    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players. – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#sthash.jbF8GWux.dpuf

    #57870

    kirby
    Member

    The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows: 1st place masters satty- 50 points 2nd place masters satty- 10 points 1st place wsobp satty- 100 points 2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points 1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out- 1st place got points for the total advertised 2nd place got points for half the total advertised 3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition so any first place receives a bonus of 100 points. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.
    1. Ross Hampton 6170 points ( 10 1sts)
    2. Brandon Marx 5420 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    3. David Glaser 3360 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Aaron Smith 2865 points ( 12 1sts)
    5. Kevin Kessler 2510 ( 13 1sts)
    6. Eden Hemphill 2435 ( 17 1sts)
    7.Dante Yell 2385 points ( 3 1sts)
    8. Mike Popps 1450 ( 5 1sts)
    9. Hunter Kelly 1416 (6 1sts)
    10. John Fourdyce 1325 ( 2 1sts)
    11. Mark Pimentel 1260( 4 1sts)
    12. Rob Dix 1205 (4 1sts)
    13. David Talamentez 1170 ( 6 1sts)
    14. Brandi Wrathall 850 ( 4 1sts)
    15. Corey Sandaval 695 (5 1sts)
    16. Brent Sale 680 ( 3 1sts)
    17. Gabe Montoya 650 ( 3 1sts)
    18. Arnold Collela 600 ( 2 1sts)
    19. Kyle Wayne Clayton 595 ( 3 1sts)
    20. Danny Kirby 530 ( 3 1sts)
    21. Dane Ellis 450 ( 2 1sts)
    22. Chris Sherwood 425 ( 2 1sts)
    23. Ross Mcintosh 400 ( 2 1sts)
    24. James Relish 362 ( 2 1sts)
    25. Nolan Jones 330 ( 2 1sts)
    26. Nate Cunningham 325 ( 1 1st)
    27. Jon Basille 200 ( 1 1st)
    27. Vince Catizone 200 ( 1 1st)
    27. Joseph Lyle 200 ( 1 1st)
    27. James Tripp 200 ( 1 1st)
    27. Alvin Stearnes 200 ( 1 1st)
    27. Richard Herr 200 ( 1 1st)
    33. Vit 185 ( 1 1st)
    34. Danwise Smith 75
    35. Ricky Sheperd 60
    36. Jeremy Peckens 50
    37. Zach Johnson 20
    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players. – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#sthash.jbF8GWux.dpuf – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#sthash.sab5iVMD.dpuf

    #57875

    kirby
    Member

    The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows: 1st place masters satty- 50 points 2nd place masters satty- 10 points 1st place wsobp satty- 100 points 2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points 1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out- 1st place got points for the total advertised 2nd place got points for half the total advertised 3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition so any first place receives a bonus of 100 points. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.
    1. Ross Hampton 6170 points ( 10 1sts)
    2. Brandon Marx 5420 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    3. David Glaser 3360 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Aaron Smith 2865 points ( 12 1sts)
    5. Kevin Kessler 2510 ( 13 1sts)
    6. Eden Hemphill 2435 ( 17 1sts)
    7. Dante Yell 2385 points ( 3 1sts)
    8. Mike Popps 1450 ( 5 1sts)
    9. Hunter Kelly 1416 (6 1sts)
    10. John Fourdyce 1325 ( 2 1sts)
    11. Mark Pimentel 1260( 4 1sts)
    12. Rob Dix 1205 (4 1sts)
    13. David Talamentez 1170 ( 6 1sts)
    14. Dane Ellis 850 ( 4 1sts)
    14. Brandi Wrathall 850 ( 4 1sts)
    16. Cam Johnson 750 ( 3 1sts)
    17. Rob Brady 735 ( 4 1sts)
    18. Corey Sandaval 695 (5 1sts)
    19. Brent Sale 680 ( 3 1sts)
    20. Gabe Montoya 650 ( 3 1sts)
    21. Arnold Collela 600 ( 2 1sts)
    22. Kyle Wayne Clayton 595 ( 3 1sts)
    23. Vince Catizone 590 ( 3 1sts)
    24. Danny Kirby 530 ( 3 1sts)
    25. Tyler Baldwin 450 ( 2 1sts)
    26. Chris Sherwood 425 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Brandon Case 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Ross Mcintosh 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Tim Truitt 400 ( 2 1sts)
    30. James Relish 362 ( 2 1sts)
    31. Nolan Jones 330 ( 2 1sts)
    32. Nate Cunningham 325 ( 1 1st)
    33. Nick Trupiano 275 ( 1 1st)
    34. Brendan Dyelle 245 ( 1 1st)
    35. Pat McGlynn 225 ( 1 1st)
    35. Daniel Fox 225 ( 1 1st)
    37. Keith Yackley 220 ( 1 1st)
    38. Boozin Bob 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Jon Basille 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Joseph Lyle 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. James Tripp 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Alvin Stearnes 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Richard Herr 200 ( 1 1st)
    44. Vit 185 ( 1 1st)
    45. Danwise Smith 75
    46. Ricky Sheperd 60
    47. Jeremy Peckens 50
    48. Zach Johnson 20
    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players. – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#post-57870

    #57924

    kirby
    Member

    kirbyMember The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows: 1st place masters satty- 50 points 2nd place masters satty- 10 points 1st place wsobp satty- 100 points 2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points 1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out- 1st place got points for the total advertised 2nd place got points for half the total advertised 3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition so any first place receives a bonus of 100 points. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.
    1. Ross Hampton 6170 points ( 10 1sts)
    2. Brandon Marx 5420 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    3. David Glaser 3360 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Aaron Smith 2865 points ( 12 1sts)
    5. Kevin Kessler 2510 ( 13 1sts)
    6. Eden Hemphill 2435 ( 17 1sts)
    7. Dante Yell 2385 points ( 3 1sts)
    8. Rob Dix 2205 ( 9 1sts)
    9. Mike Popps 1650 ( 6 1sts)
    10. Hunter Kelly 1416 (6 1sts)
    11. John Fourdyce 1325 ( 2 1sts)
    12. Mark Pimentel 1260( 4 1sts)
    13. David Talamentez 1170 ( 6 1sts)
    14. Dane Ellis 850 ( 4 1sts)
    14. Brandi Wrathall 850 ( 4 1sts)
    16. Vince Catizone 790 ( 4 1sts)
    17. Cam Johnson 750 ( 3 1sts)
    18. Rob Brady 735 ( 4 1sts)
    19. Corey Sandaval 695 (5 1sts)
    20. Brent Sale 680 ( 3 1sts)
    21.. Gabe Montoya 650 ( 3 1sts)
    22. Arnold Collela 600 ( 2 1sts)
    23. Kyle Wayne Clayton 595 ( 3 1sts)
    24. Danny Kirby 530 ( 3 1sts)
    25. Tyler Baldwin 450 ( 2 1sts)
    26. Chris Sherwood 425 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Brandon Case 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. David Posada 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Ross Mcintosh 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Tim Truitt 400 ( 2 1sts)
    31. James Relish 362 ( 2 1sts)
    32. Nolan Jones 330 ( 2 1sts)
    33. Nate Cunningham 325 ( 1 1st)
    34. Nick Trupiano 275 ( 1 1st)
    35. Brendan Dyelle 245 ( 1 1st)
    36. Pat McGlynn 225 ( 1 1st)
    36. Daniel Fox 225 ( 1 1st)
    38. Keith Yackley 220 ( 1 1st)
    38. Boozin Bob 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Jon Basille 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Joseph Lyle 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. James Tripp 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Alvin Stearnes 200 ( 1 1st)
    38. Richard Herr 200 ( 1 1st)
    45. Vit 185 ( 1 1st)
    46. Danwise Smith 75
    47. Ricky Sheperd 60
    48. Jeremy Peckens 50
    49. John Marcak 45
    49. Stephen Haikio 45
    51. Joe Irimescu 25
    51. Matt Hoag 25
    51. Anthony Mazurek 25
    51. Cody Goldufsky 25
    51. Brian Fidrich 25
    56. Zach Johnson 20
    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players. – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#post-57870 – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#sthash.r6Yrwrim.dpuf

    #58026

    kirby
    Member

    kirbyMember The points were calculated with the information I was given and will be updated as new information is received. The system is as follows: 1st place masters satty- 50 points 2nd place masters satty- 10 points 1st place wsobp satty- 100 points 2nd place wsobp satty- 25 points 1st place pong stars, Wcc, swc satty- 15 points Cash tournaments were graded as 10 points for every 100 dollars given out- 1st place got points for the total advertised 2nd place got points for half the total advertised 3rd place got 1/4 of the total money advertised Ie.- winning a 5k would give you 500 points The points don’t equally reflect monies won as some areas run many more smaller satellites like the wccs and masters, but winning any tournament is an accomplishment and should garner recognition so any first place receives a bonus of 100 points. In respect a wsobp satellite is equal to winning a 1k cash tournament.
    1. Ross Hampton 6170 points ( 10 1sts)
    2. Brandon Marx 5440 points ( 23 1st place finishes)
    3. David Glaser 3360 points ( 3 1sts)
    4. Aaron Smith 3065 points ( 13 1sts)
    5. Hunter Kelly 2656 (8 1sts)
    6. Kevin Kessler 2510 ( 13 1sts)
    7. Eden Hemphill 2435 ( 17 1sts)
    8. Dante Yell 2385 points ( 3 1sts)
    9. Rob Dix 2205 ( 9 1sts)
    10. John Fourdyce 1775 ( 4 1sts)
    11. Dane Ellis 1675 ( 5 1sts)
    12. Mike Popps 1650 ( 6 1sts)
    13. Mark Pimentel 1260( 4 1sts)
    14. David Talamentez 1170 ( 6 1sts)
    15. Rob Brady 1060 ( 5 1sts)
    16. Brent Sale 1000 ( 4 1sts)
    17. Brandi Wrathall 850 ( 4 1sts)
    18. Vince Catizone 790 ( 4 1sts)
    19. Cam Johnson 750 ( 3 1sts)
    20. Corey Sandaval 695 (5 1sts)
    21. Gabe Montoya 650 ( 3 1sts)
    22. Tyler Baldwin 620 ( 2 1sts)
    23. Arnold Collela 600 ( 2 1sts)
    24. Kyle Wayne Clayton 595 ( 3 1sts)
    25. Danny Kirby 580 ( 3 1sts)
    26. Chris Sherwood 425 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Brandon Case 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. David Posada 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Ross Mcintosh 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Tim Truitt 400 ( 2 1sts)
    27. Alvin Stearnes 400 ( 2 1st)
    32. James Relish 362 ( 2 1sts)
    33. Nolan Jones 330 ( 2 1sts)
    34. Nate Cunningham 325 ( 1 1st)
    35. Nick Trupiano 275 ( 1 1st)
    36. Brendan Dyelle 245 ( 1 1st)
    37. Pat McGlynn 225 ( 1 1st)
    37. Daniel Fox 225 ( 1 1st)
    39. Keith Yackley 220 ( 1 1st)
    40. Boozin Bob 200 ( 1 1st)
    40. Jon Basille 200 ( 1 1st)
    40. Joseph Lyle 200 ( 1 1st)
    40. James Tripp 200 ( 1 1st)
    40. Richard Herr 200 ( 1 1st)
    45. Vit 185 ( 1 1st)
    46. Danwise Smith 175
    47. Gary Brady 115
    48. Ricky Sheperd 60
    49. Jeremy Peckens 50
    50. John Marcak 45
    50. Stephen Haikio 45
    52. Joe Irimescu 25
    52. Matt Hoag 25
    52. Anthony Mazurek 25
    52. Cody Goldufsky 25
    52. Brian Fidrich 25
    57. Zach Johnson 20
    Obviously, finishing in the top 4 at the masters will greatly increase your points. This does not reflect money and the list will change as I get more information. Once I have this set, I will start a money leaders list next week. Use this as a guide only, it doesn’t exactly rate players, but does register players performances this year, and give credit to these players. – See more at: http://www.bpong.com/forums/topic/points-rankings/#sthash.qip4A2VB.dpuf

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