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#1 TheOptician

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 05:36 PM

The HOPPI displays a player's finishing position in tournaments they have participated in (provided that they have participated in a minimum of two tournaments).

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 05:53 PM

The HOPPI displays a player's finishing position in tournaments they have participated in (provided that they have participated in a minimum of two tournaments).

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This is useful. Could you also highlight which finishes qualify a player for the PL and other events?

 

It would also be helpful if you clarified a player's finish within a division. For instance, astros PL would be 36 (1 Base), this implies a stronger performance.


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#3 TheOptician

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Posted 26 March 2018 - 05:49 PM

On next update I will add actual Division places, and highlight cells which gain Pyramid qualification.

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Posted 30 March 2018 - 08:49 PM

HOPPI Rating
 
Each finishing position is converted into a Finishing Value between 0 and 100. 
 
In a tournament with 20 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 95, third place scores 90 and so on with last place scoring 5. In a tournament with 50 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 98, third place scores 96 and so on with last place scoring 2. The interval between each position is always (100/Number of participants).
 
A time decay is then added to the Finishing Value. The decay is 5% (annually) of the original Finishing Value. So for example, a player winning a tournament today scores 100. In one year's time that score will have decayed to 95, in two years time that score will have decayed to 90 and so on.
 
The HOPPI rating is then calculated by using the average of the best 70% of a player's Finishing Values (up to a maximum of 7 tournaments) So if a player has played in 10 or more tournaments then the average of their best 7 Finishing values will be taken. If a player has played in 4 tournaments, then the average of their best 2 Finishing Values will be taken and so on.  (4*0.7=2.8 - this is rounded down to provide 2).
 
This system is not intended to measure a player's quality. No attempt is made to account for the quality of their opponent in any tournament - only their finishing positions in tournaments are used in the calculation. It is intended to measure a player's historical performance (in terms of finishing position only).
 
The minimum number of tournaments that a player must have participated in to attain a HOPPI ranking is 3. The HOPPI rating is not endorsed by TC.
 
HOPPI Rating Top 60  (as of 28-Mar-18 after WinterTourn 2018)

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Posted 07 April 2018 - 12:10 PM

HOPPI Rating Top 60  (as of 6-Apr-18 after ProLadder 2018)
 
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The minimum number of tournaments that a player must have participated in to attain a HOPPI rating is 3. The HOPPI rating is not endorsed by TC.
 
And due to popular demand,
 
HOPPI Rating Top 100  (as of 6-Apr-18 after ProLadder 2018)

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Posted 07 April 2018 - 12:41 PM

Am i not here beacuse my rating is negative? :D
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Posted 07 April 2018 - 12:50 PM

 

The HOPPI rating is not endorsed by TC.

I dont get this. You are part of TC arent you? Is it a personal project?


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Posted 07 April 2018 - 02:01 PM

Am i not here beacuse my rating is negative? :D

 

I have added the rest of the HOPPI rankings.



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Posted 07 April 2018 - 02:08 PM

I dont get this. You are part of TC arent you? Is it a personal project?

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Posted 07 April 2018 - 02:22 PM

I dont get this. You are part of TC arent you? Is it a personal project?

 

Also, it is quite something valuable towards the community I think :)

 

Yes and yes.


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Posted 08 April 2018 - 06:42 AM

Can you please write my name as it is? ☺
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Posted 08 April 2018 - 08:27 AM

Can you please write my name as it is? ☺
Thanks in advance.

 
I will change this next time. (Please appreciate that '☆' is not a symbol in Microsoft Excel or the keyboard you have to take the time to go and find your name and cut and paste - so forgive me if I don't bother to do this every time)



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Posted 08 April 2018 - 09:16 AM

There is no problem about the stars... i dont mind at all.
But i would like my name to be as "OVERLORD"
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Posted 2 weeks ago

The HOPPI is a rating system which converts player's finishing positions into a Finishing Value between 0 and 100
 
In a tournament with 20 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 95, third place scores 90 and so on with last place scoring 5. In a tournament with 50 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 98, third place scores 96 and so on with last place scoring 2. The interval between each position is always (100/Number of participants).
 
A time decay is then added to the Finishing Value. The decay is 5% (annually) of the original Finishing Value. So for example, a player winning a tournament today scores 100. In one year's time that score will have decayed to 95, in two years time that score will have decayed to 90 and so on.
 
The HOPPI rating is then calculated by using the average of the best 70% of a player's Finishing Values (up to a maximum of 7 tournaments). So if a player has played in 10 or more tournaments then the average of their best 7 Finishing values will be taken. If a player has played in 4 tournaments, then the average of their best 2 Finishing Values will be taken and so on.  (4*0.7=2.8 - this is rounded down to provide 2).
 
This system is not intended to measure a player's quality. No attempt is made to account for the quality of their opponent in any tournament - only their finishing positions in tournaments are used in the calculation. It is intended to measure a player's historical performance (in terms of finishing position only).
 
The minimum number of tournaments that a player must have participated in to attain a HOPPI ranking is 3. The HOPPI rating is not endorsed by TC.
 
The HOPPI Rating (as of June 22nd)

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Posted 2 weeks ago

I am still in 17? I thought I did pretty bad my last tournament run :(


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Posted 2 weeks ago

The HOPPI is a rating system which converts player's finishing positions into a Finishing Value between 0 and 100

In a tournament with 20 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 95, third place scores 90 and so on with last place scoring 5. In a tournament with 50 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 98, third place scores 96 and so on with last place scoring 2. The interval between each position is always (100/Number of participants).

A time decay is then added to the Finishing Value. The decay is 5% (annually) of the original Finishing Value. So for example, a player winning a tournament today scores 100. In one year's time that score will have decayed to 95, in two years time that score will have decayed to 90 and so on.

The HOPPI rating is then calculated by using the average of the best 70% of a player's Finishing Values (up to a maximum of 7 tournaments). So if a player has played in 10 or more tournaments then the average of their best 7 Finishing values will be taken. If a player has played in 4 tournaments, then the average of their best 2 Finishing Values will be taken and so on. (4*0.7=2.8 - this is rounded down to provide 2).

This system is not intended to measure a player's quality. No attempt is made to account for the quality of their opponent in any tournament - only their finishing positions in tournaments are used in the calculation. It is intended to measure a player's historical performance (in terms of finishing position only).

The minimum number of tournaments that a player must have participated in to attain a HOPPI ranking is 3. The HOPPI rating is not endorsed by TC.

The HOPPI Rating (as of June 22nd)

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On which tournaments is this based?

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Posted 2 weeks ago

On which tournaments is this based?

 

Have added to the end of the post. It is based on all tournaments since Champions League 2014 up to and including Champions League 2018. The PRO Series will be added after it's conclusion in the next few days.


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Posted 2 weeks ago

Noooooooooooooo
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Posted 2 weeks ago

The HOPPI is a rating system which converts player's finishing positions into a Finishing Value between 0 and 100
 
In a tournament with 50 players, the winner scores 100, the runner-up scores 98, third place scores 96 and so on with last place scoring 2. The interval between each position is always (100/Number of participants).

In a tournament with 50 participants and 4th place is tied with four other people, would the scores look like this...

1. 100

2. 98

3. 96

4. 94

5. 94

6. 94

7. 94

8. 86...



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Posted 2 weeks ago

In a tournament with 50 participants and 4th place is tied with four other people, would the scores look like this...

1. 100

2. 98

3. 96

4. 94

5. 94

6. 94

7. 94

8. 86...

 

Correct.

 

Decay is then added at 5 points a year. So if the tournament was one year ago to the day the scores would be 95,93,91,89,89 etc






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