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madmutter 10-17-2011 02:07 PM

Tournament scoring system
 
I'm helping out with my association's Novice tournament and I'm trying to remember how a scoring system I've seen in round robins works. There was a sliding scale of points awarded based on how much a team won or lost by. It worked really well because even when a game was out of reach in terms of a win there were still points at stake.
Something like this.

win by 5+ 10pts.
win by 3+ 8pts.
win by 1+ 6 pts.
tie game 5pts.
lose by 1+ 4 pts.
lose by 3+ 2pts.
lose by 5+ 0pts.

Does that look right to anyone who has seen this before?
The tournament is going to have 3 skill divisions with 4 teams in each so 4 team round robin, one game final between teams 1 and 2 in each division.

Puckboy 10-17-2011 03:49 PM

Several tournaments we have been in lately have points by the period. 1 point if you will the period 1/2 point if you tie the period. 2 points for the overall win

eggy2486 10-21-2011 01:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Puckboy (Post 38053061)
Several tournaments we have been in lately have points by the period. 1 point if you will the period 1/2 point if you tie the period. 2 points for the overall win

I always liked that system, sometimes prevents teams from running up the score, and always gives you something to play for, if its 7-0 going into the third, you can still get a point from the game


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