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Sleepy's "HOT NOW" Lists for November - Thu Dec 01, 2011, 02:16 AM
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Well, another strong month in the Premier League !
When i first started tracking Final-Tables (F-Ts) back in December, 2010, there were only 1-3 players who had the Skills & Staying Power to make an average of 1 F-T per week.
When i started to publish my findings in May, 2011, there were about 25 (19 got a check)
June saw 33 average at least 1 F-T per week who got a check from PSO with 4 others who didn't.
August saw 32 players in the New "Premier" League make the grade, buts let's be real, August had lots of problems for 1 or more reasons so for all practical accounts September(61 HotNowPlayers) was the "real" start of the PSO Premier League with corrected starting times, $2,500 bankroll, and the players all knowing that this was some "serious business" . And so, without further adieu, I present the
November "HOT NOW" LIST in descending/temporal order. If 2 or more players had the same # of F-Ts, the first to make the list with 4 this month is listed 1st. ( #s = tourney finishes )
Here are the 54 (9 less than last month) players deserving admission to the LIST this month with kykla482 averaging 2 F-Ts each week OMG
Sleepy's "HOT-NOW" List-for-November
E N J O Y
kykla482.................163999218 (9FTs)
roblir..........................82576621 (8FTs)
CR10965.................62282752

sveo1d.......................8818895 (7FTs)
Angelitoxm................4843963
dumsyn.....................7627871
Romich702..............8319452
CorkiePoker.............9313263

outcast13...................245233 (6FTs)
AriSoze.......................533621
l_Saint333_l..............251676
leopard85858...........151475
Liones$1...................764361
setubal03..................391881
jose743.....................488587

morrisonja..................79199 (5FTs)
bebito696...................27171
ferchovv.......................45747
V.H. MAXX...................49114
mar1609.....................93891
highru..........................56413
champ.198326..........46121
deemonis...................35847
BarSib.........................66482
chori2002...................65532
wanfeoli......................35285

zzALINAzz......................4489 (4FTs)
leopard85858..............1514
trenti23..........................7327
SILVESTRE27.............5183
Pentire..........................5211
pintupax........................5179
cudza............................8193
zz42zz...........................2947
Luka0729....................9848
rus_muzhik.................9383
peterace......................3171
andrewj50050............5135
Bondarew1964..........2453
dunduks28.................6117
Juan464......................4914
tiggastripe...................1833
IVAN_asd....................5249
dimarik7......................7414
wega5555...................4392
a1379...........................9732
Cleeix...........................6664
zzHONEYBEEzz..........3956
strongho......................9473
kuli139.........................1443
007 OLDMAN..............6894
alex_sk87....................2321
arcon-pete...................9617
BawMe.........................4214

Let's hope i didn't leave anyone off )
 
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Thu Dec 01, 2011, 02:22 AM
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Does the coloring mean anything Sleepy?
Been curious about that for a well.
 
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Thu Dec 01, 2011, 08:17 AM
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Does the coloring mean anything Sleepy?
Been curious about that for a well.
I can't be certain, but it looks like he's just color coding them according to the number of FT's made. At the top of each color group it shows how many FT's that color group has made.
 
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Thu Dec 01, 2011, 08:28 AM
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