Can a start by saying well done to @NOSTRI and @Tikay10 for bringing this back. Also on second viewing of the scoring system its looks better than i first perceived, and the observation below is not in any way a criticism as sometimes written text can be read.

Had a quick look at the scores and they all seem fine, just a question of where the Top 20% ends. i.e 17:15 Game 87 Runners 20% = 17.4, Therefore top 18 get points. (although the point scoring system would round this down to 17)

20:00 Game 334 Runners 20% = 66.8, Yet 70th Place is awarded points.

Can a start by saying well done to @NOSTRI and @Tikay10 for bringing this back. Also on second viewing of the scoring system its looks better than i first perceived, and the observation below is not in any way a criticism as sometimes written text can be read.

Had a quick look at the scores and they all seem fine, just a question of where the Top 20% ends. i.e 17:15 Game 87 Runners 20% = 17.4, Therefore top 18 get points. (although the point scoring system would round this down to 17)

20:00 Game 334 Runners 20% = 66.8, Yet 70th Place is awarded points.

Had a quick look at the scores and they all seem fine, just a question of where the Top 20% ends. i.e 17:15 Game 87 Runners 20% = 17.4, Therefore top 18 get points. (although the point scoring system would round this down to 17)

20:00 Game 334 Runners 20% = 66.8, Yet 70th Place is awarded points.

Well spotted.

The way this is worked out behind the scenes is by calculating (finishingPosition/totalRunners)*100 to find out what percentage of the field each finishing position was. In the cases you've mentioned, that calculates out to 20.69% and 20.958% respectively.

Then the scoring formula is supposed to only be awarding points to those which calculate to 20% or lower. The mistake I spotted this morning is that it was looking for any percentage below 21%, failing to account for decimals between 20% and 21%.

I've fixed that now, and it instead looks for anything less than or equal to 20%. I decided to let those two results stand since erroneously awarding 8 points shouldn't make a big difference in the final standings and I'd already published the results when I realised.

@IVIystical Thanks for putting the list of players together on the 13th March. Can I ask a small (!!) favour? Can the list be regularly updated please? It is good to have a look round your table and know if players are in the league but also, if they are not, it allows us to tell them about it so they might be tempted to join.

@IVIystical Thanks for putting the list of players together on the 13th March. Can I ask a small (!!) favour? Can the list be regularly updated please? It is good to have a look round your table and know if players are in the league but also, if they are not, it allows us to tell them about it so they might be tempted to join.

One of my favourite things about running the old MML was the sense of pride when someone does well. I end up quite familiar with everyone's results after going over them every day and often feel quite invested in people's fortunes.

So it was lovely to see @AMD68 rack up three wins last night. He's a new face in the MML streets so I'm not sure how his results usually look, but three wins in one night is an epic result for anybody. Very well done, sir! Quite deservedly, he now sits at the top of the league table after day two.

Honorable mention to @thedazzman, who joined @AMD68 and @ray01 in the league's first family FT in the 19:15 Deep Stack, and another at 21:15, finishing runner up to the unstoppable force that currently leads the league.

Another fairly successful night for team MML. @bbMike finally got some points on the board with a win in the 20:00 Bounty Hunter, with 7 other final table appearances from the rest of you. Well done @aynaricol and @RichMoz who both made two each.

Zero wins for @AMD68 last night. Has he lost his touch?

Finally, some bad news: @lewjax79 has joined the league. Those who played in the last MML may remember that he was by far the most frequent winner, placing in the top four 9 times! The next biggest winner only managed it 5 times and very few managed it more than twice. Quite the accomplishment. Good luck everyone except @lewjax79.

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Also on second viewing of the scoring system its looks better than i first perceived, and the observation below is not in any way a criticism as sometimes written text can be read.

Had a quick look at the scores and they all seem fine, just a question of where the Top 20% ends.

i.e

17:15 Game87 Runners 20% = 17.4, Therefore top 18 get points. (although the point scoring system would round this down to 17)20:00 Game334 Runners 20% = 66.8, Yet 70th Place is awarded points.The way this is worked out behind the scenes is by calculating (finishingPosition/totalRunners)*100 to find out what percentage of the field each finishing position was. In the cases you've mentioned, that calculates out to 20.69% and 20.958% respectively.

Then the scoring formula is supposed to only be awarding points to those which calculate to 20% or lower. The mistake I spotted this morning is that it was looking for any percentage below 21%, failing to account for decimals between 20% and 21%.

I've fixed that now, and it instead looks for anything less than or equal to 20%. I decided to let those two results stand since erroneously awarding 8 points shouldn't make a big difference in the final standings and I'd already published the results when I realised.

One of my favourite things about running the old MML was the sense of pride when someone does well. I end up quite familiar with everyone's results after going over them every day and often feel quite invested in people's fortunes.

So it was lovely to see @AMD68 rack up three wins last night. He's a new face in the MML streets so I'm not sure how his results usually look, but three wins in one night is an epic result for anybody. Very well done, sir! Quite deservedly, he now sits at the top of the league table after day two.

Honorable mention to @thedazzman, who joined @AMD68 and @ray01 in the league's first family FT in the 19:15 Deep Stack, and another at 21:15, finishing runner up to the unstoppable force that currently leads the league.

## 20:30 £2,500 Mini Gold Rush (547 runners)

25.Allan23 (18)## 17:15 £100 Rebuy (74 runners)

7.spiderme (12)10.mumsie (10)## 17:30 £400 Bounty Hunter (113 runners)

8.MARK277 (14)17.mumsie (10)20.LmfaoAllin (9)## 18:05 £200 Bounty Hunter (126 runners)

1.AMD68 (42)8.LmfaoAllin (15)12.MAXALLY (12)22.Asho28 (9)## 18:30 £1,000 Bounty Hunter (275 runners)

13.MARK277 (17)17.IVIystical (15)27.cenachav (12)51.Allan23 (9)## 19:05 £50 Nightly Micro (142 runners)

4.mumsie (22)6.rachealaxe (18)15.AMD68 (12)20.JACKDAW (10)22.MAXALLY (10)23.thedazzman (9)## 19:15 £300 Deep Stack (147 runners)

1.AMD68 (45)3.ray01 (26)4.thedazzman (23)8.daveydavey (16)16.spiderme (11)24.MAXALLY (9)## 19:40 £100 Deep Stack (87 runners)

3.spiderme (20)12.AMD68 (10)14.TVSpice (9)## 20:00 £500 Bounty Hunter (273 runners)

10.Toffeeandy (20)19.thedazzman (14)37.rachealaxe (10)38.bbMike (10)46.Asho28 (9)## 21:15 £200 Deep Stack (104 runners)

1.AMD68 (38)2.thedazzman (27)@AMD68 certainly played solidly last night from what I noticed. 3 wins in 5 is some return. Keep it up!

Another fairly successful night for team MML. @bbMike finally got some points on the board with a win in the 20:00 Bounty Hunter, with 7 other final table appearances from the rest of you. Well done @aynaricol and @RichMoz who both made two each.

Zero wins for @AMD68 last night. Has he lost his touch?

Finally, some bad news: @lewjax79 has joined the league. Those who played in the last MML may remember that he was by far the most frequent winner, placing in the top four 9 times! The next biggest winner only managed it 5 times and very few managed it more than twice. Quite the accomplishment. Good luck everyone except @lewjax79.

## 17:15 £100 Rebuy (84 runners)

5.aynaricol (15)## 17:30 £400 Bounty Hunter (116 runners)

15.Asho28 (10)## 18:05 £200 Bounty Hunter (128 runners)

5.whitefluff (19)9.CraigSG1 (14)19.LmfaoAllin (10)20.spiderme (9)## 18:30 £1,000 Bounty Hunter (272 runners)

3.Boxster (36)11.Asho28 (19)21.2Geronimo (13)38.NOSTRI (10)44.PKRPar (9)46.Enut (9)51.Shrimpy28 (9)## 19:05 £50 Nightly Micro (151 runners)

20.TVSpice (10)22.ray01 (10)31.aynaricol (8)## 19:15 £300 Deep Stack (175 runners)

6.RichMoz (20)11.coo1-um (15)17.gibbzy (12)## 19:40 £100 Deep Stack (101 runners)

9.coo1-um (13)## 20:00 £500 Bounty Hunter (316 runners)

1.bbMike (67)8.daveydavey (24)16.gibbzy (17)21.JACKDAW (15)34.AMD68 (11)43.LmfaoAllin (10)44.MARK277 (10)45.TheEdge949 (10)## 20:30 £2,000 Mini Predator (419 runners)

5.Glenelg (34)7.Allan23 (29)19.coo1-um (18)37.Brrrrrrr (13)85.cenachav (8)## 21:15 £200 Deep Stack (93 runners)

2.RichMoz (26)4.aynaricol (18)