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A very interesting stats - Fri Jul 29, 2011, 10:12 PM
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I requested a tournament history when I won my first PSO Skill League this month, and I found a very interesting statistics about the field.

Among the 9,594 entries, there are 94 countries represented.
Among the 9,594 entries, RUSSIAN FEDERATION had the biggest representation of 2,661 or 27.74% of the field.
Among the 9,594 entries, ALGERIA, ANGOLA, BAHRAIN, FIJI, INDONESIA, MACAO, MALTA, NICARAGUA, PAKISTAN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, AND ZIMBABWE had only 1 player each for a share of 0.01% of the field.
Among the 9,594 entries, 8 countries were represented in the FINAL TABLE.

Russian Federation 2,661
Ukraine, 998
Romania, 740
Spain, 653
Germany, 631
Hungary, 453
Australia, 242
Czech Republic, United Kingdom, 213
Belarus, 197
Bulgaria, 194
Poland, 169
Canada, 153
Netherlands, 151
New Zealand, 135
Lithuania, 123
Kazakhstan, 112
Portugal, 101
Latvia, 97
Slovakia, 83
Greece, 75
Estonia, 70
Philippines, 69
Uzbekistan, 68
Moldova, Republic of, 63
Brazil, 56
Argentina, 53
Austria, 51
Israel, 43
Slovenia, 41
Sweden, 40
Serbia, 39
Taiwan, 37
Mexico, 36
Georgia, 35
Armenia, Denmark, 34
Belgium, 31
Croatia, 30
Ireland, 21
Colombia, 19
Iran, Islamic Republic of, 18
China, India, Venezuela, 17
Norway, 16
Peru, 15
Switzerland, 14
Finland, 13
Uruguay, 12
Kyrgyzstan, 11
Azerbaijan, Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of, Malaysia, South Africa, Turkmenistan, 10
Bosnia and Herzegovina, 9
New Caledonia, Singapore, 8
Chile, Japan, Korea, Republic of, 7
Hong Kong, 6
Albania, Cyprus, Mongolia, Morocco, 5
Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Montenegro, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam, 4
Lebanon, Nepal, Nigeria, 3
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, French Polynesia, Paraguay, Tajikistan, 2
Algeria, Angola, Bahrain, Fiji, Indonesia, Macao, Malta, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Trinidad and Tobago, Zimbabwe, 1

Countries in bold letters have player/players represented in the TOP 100 LEADERBOARD this July 2011.
 
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Sat Jul 30, 2011, 07:22 AM
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I want the one who has played the best poker to win.
 
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Sat Jul 30, 2011, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Andy8334 View Post
I want the one who has played the best poker to win.

BOY DO YOU HAVE THE WRONG LEAGUE


 
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Sat Jul 30, 2011, 08:52 AM
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I would like to win but I won't be playing much the last 2 days so personally I think it may be a 3 way fight between KOingDonks, ll CoTe ll and the fast finishing bolobat, at this point I would be happy if I could beat one of these players out to finish in the top 3.
 
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Sat Jul 30, 2011, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by hemetdennis View Post
BOY DO YOU HAVE THE WRONG LEAGUE



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