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What happens as I move up:

By: AADooper @ 19:01 (EST) / 182 / Comment ( 0 )

OK, here I am, trying to get to 200th place.  Three good results in a row.  I'm doing so well that my last one, in 23rd place in the tourney, only got me 29 points!  It really does get harder as you move up.


01/25/2011 13:00 PSO Skill League No Limit 1431      23       29.59       1779.69 1809.28
01/25/2011 10:00 PSO Skill League No Limit 1081      82       31.58       1748.11 1779.69
01/24/2011 22:00 PSO Skill League No Limit 1510      30       34.42       1713.69 1748.11

Good enough for 256th place -- for a bit.  And am pleased to break 1800.

But it sure looks like it's going to be harder from here on.

This isn't a brag.  I just thought it was interesting that the score really does go down as one moves up.  I haven't got far enough before to notice.

Then I thought to check the leaders.  Oh, wow -- it definitely gets tougher at that level.  Kudos to those who manage to improve at the top!

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