Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

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Re: Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

Post by BobGHHS » Mon Aug 21, 2017 9:50 am

Thanks to Eric and co. for both putting this on and to Play Quizbowl for writing a great set. This was definitely one of the best trash sets I've played in quite a long time. We had a great time playing both tournaments even though I'm apparently awful at rock music questions. It was great to see some people that I haven't seen (except for at a distance at HSNCT) in a very long time. I hope to see many of you again throughout the year.

One stat correction that really doesn't matter but that I noticed - Steve on our team has the last name Oppenheim, not Oppenheimer.
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Re: Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

Post by Cheynem » Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:27 pm

Where are zee super acronym playoff stats
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Re: Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

Post by Aaron's Rod » Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:11 pm

Cheynem wrote:Where are zee super acronym playoff stats
Or Celebs, for that matter.
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Re: Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

Post by InvadErGII » Thu Aug 24, 2017 9:29 pm

Cheynem wrote:Where are zee super acronym playoff stats
Full Super ACRONYM Stats
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Re: Michigan Side Event Weekend (August 19th-20th)

Post by theMoMA » Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:28 pm

It's time to see WHO WON THE WEEKEND.

Most game wins:

1. Rob Carson, 34
2. Andrew Hart, 27
2. Dylan Minarik, 27
4. Chris Ray, 24
5. Mike Cheyne, 22
6. John Lawrence, 20
7. Ryan Rosenberg, 19
8. Alston Boyd, 18
8. Morgan Venkus, 18
10. Tejas Raje, 17

Best win percentage (minimum 3 events played):

1. Rob Carson, 85%
2. Sam Bailey, 76%
3. John Lawrence, 74%
4. Dylan Minarik, 73%
5. Andrew Hart, 71%
6. Carsten Gehring, 70%
7. Alston Boyd, 67%
7. Mike Cheyne, 67%
9. Chris Ray, 65%
10. Auroni Gupta, 64%

Most games played:

1. Rob Carson, 40
2. Andrew Hart, 38
3. Dylan Minarik, 37
3. Chris Ray, 37
5. Ryan Rosenberg, 36
5. Andrew Wang, 36
7. Anirban Sarkar, 35
7. Robert Lucas, 35
7. Sarod Nori, 35
10. Mike Cheyne, 33

Most points:

1. Rob Carson, 1530 (50-85-14)
2. Dylan Minarik, 1480 (45-94-27)
3. Chris Ray, 1375 (43-93-40)
4. Kenji Shimizu, 1350 (58-51-6)
5. Matt Lafer, 1335 (44-83-31)
6. Andrew Hart, 1175 (32-78-17)
7. Mike Cheyne, 1045 (37-52-6)
8. Will Nediger, 925 (32-48-7)
8. Ryan Rosenberg, 925 (31-60-28)
10. Tejas Raje, 910 (29-56-17)

Most points per game (minimum 3 events played)

1. Matt Lafer, 51.3
2. Kenji Shimizu, 43.5
3. Dylan Minarik, 40
4. Rob Carson, 38.3
5. Chris Ray, 37.1
6. John Lawrence, 33.3
7. Mike Cheyne, 31.7
8. Alston Boyd, 30.9
8. Andrew Hart, 30.9
10. Tejas Raje, 29.4

Most superpowers:

1. Halle Friedman, 1
2. 43 tied with 0

Most powers:

1. Kenji Shimizu, 58
2. Rob Carson, 50
3. Dylan Minarik, 45
4. Matt Lafer, 44
5. Chris Ray, 43
6. Mike Cheyne, 37
7. Andrew Wang, 33
8. Andrew Hart, 32
8. Will Nediger, 32
10. Ryan Rosenberg, 31

Most negs:

1. Chris Ray, 40
2. Matt Lafer, 31
3. Andrew Wang, 30
4. Ryan Rosenberg, 28
5. Dylan Minarik, 27
6. Bernadette Spencer, 22
7. Alston Boyd, 19
7. Anirban Sarkar, 19
7. Ryan Westbrook, 19
10. Andrew Hart, 17
10. Tejas Raje, 17
10. Morgan Venkus, 17

Highest power % (minimum 3 events played)

1. Kenji Shimizu, 9.4%
2. Matt Lafer, 8.2%
3. Rob Carson, 6.1%
4. Dylan Minarik, 5.9%
5. Chris Ray, 5.7%
6. Mike Cheyne, 5.4%
7. Will Nediger, 4.8%
8. Tejas Raje, 4.5%
8. Andrew Wang, 4.5%
10. Alston Boyd, 4.4%

Best gets to negs ratio (minimum 3 events played)

1. Carsten Gehring, 22.5:1
2. Kenji Shimizu, 18.2:1
3. Mike Cheyne, 14.8:1
4. Will Nediger, 11.4:1
5. Halle Friedman, 10.8:1
6. Rob Carson, 9.6:1
7. Sam Bailey, 9.5:1
8. John Lawrence, 7.6:1
9. Saul Hankin, 7.3:1
10. Andrew Hart, 6.5:1

Best cumulative "quick-and-dirty" stat (da real MVP)

1. Dylan Minarik, 1.53
2. Rob Carson, 1.40
3. Chris Ray, 1.38
4. Matt Lafer, 1.15
5. Kenji Shimizu, 1.14
6. Andrew Hart, 1.08
7. Tejas Raje, 0.81
8. Mike Cheyne, 0.80
9. John Lawrence, 0.77
10. Alston Boyd, 0.74
10. Will Nediger, 0.74

Quick-and-dirty MVP of each event:

Thought: John Lawrence, 0.53
Geo: Andrew Hart, 0.49
Stock clues: Bernadette Spencer, 0.35
Celebs: Rob Carson, 0.37
Acronym: Drew Scheeler, 0.43
Chuck: Kenji Shimizu, 0.84

Best individual line of each event:

Thought: John Lawrence, 100 pts (2-7-0, in the finals)
Geo: Andrew Hart, 140 pts (6-5-0)
Stock clues: Bernadette Spencer, 90 pts (4-3-0)
Celebs: Dylan Minarik, 105 pts (4-5-1)
Acronym: Drew Scheeler, 125 pts (5-5-0)
Chuck: Kenji Shimizu, 170 points (8-5-0)
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