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Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
« Reply #30 on: May 26, 2018, 01:10 »
Stage 19 Finestre, Sestriere and Jafferau, and something extraordinary.

Sorry it's so late: I've only just finished watching it, and still getting my breath back.

Purple points
As expected, the queen stage features many, but not all of, and not only, the favourites.

FROOME Chris   88   0 team
CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   40   5 teams
PINOT Thibaut   25   24 teams
LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   15   25 teams
DUMOULIN Tom   10   1 team
REICHENBACH Sébastien   7   4 teams
FORMOLO Davide   5   20 teams
OOMEN Sam   3   0 team
KONRAD Patrick   2   0 team
BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello   1   1 team

1   Rote_Laterne   67 (Carapaz, Lopez, Reichenbach and Formolo)
2   Nathanptz   65  (Carapaz, Pinot)
3   Scrool07   60 (Carapaz, Lopez and Formolo)
4   Kazistuta   55 (Carapaz, Lopez)
5=   Carlo_Algatrensig, Fauniera, Laarsland, SemirS, Squire   45
10=   6 teams with Lopez and Pinot   40

Standings
No-one is going to penetrate the Yatesians, largely because of all those pink jersey bonuses, but as after last weekend, Bminchow's lead looks vulnerable.
1   Bminchow   1002
2   Rote_Laterne   979
3   Scrool07   960
4   Yellow_Knight   922
5   Mellow_Velo   849
6   LosBrolin   841
7   Tigerion   642
8   Nathanptz   618
9   Ruvu75   597
10   ThePirate81   552

Pink points

Some big numbers: had anyone picked Froome, their team would have gained 383 points today.

CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   145   5 teams
PINOT Thibaut   110   24 teams
LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   66   25 teams
FORMOLO Davide   47   20 teams
BENNETT George   30   7 teams
REICHENBACH Sébastien   29   4 teams
BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello   26   1 team
HENAO MONTOYA Sergio Luis   20   2 teams
DUMOULIN Tom   18   1  team
HERMANS Ben   17   4 teams
---
SCHACHMANN Maximilian   -15   1  team
BONNET William   -15   3 teams
MAESTRI Mirco   -15   1 team
VERVAEKE Louis   -15   5 teams
CHAVES RUBIO Jhoan Esteban   -20   36 teams
BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto   -26   3 teams
CICCONE Giulio   -27   3 teams
ARU Fabio   -50   3 teams
CHEREL Mikael   -58   1 team
DENNIS Rohan   -86   9 teams
POZZOVIVO Domenico   -104   1 team
O'CONNOR Ben   -112   9 teams
YATES Simon   -456   6 teams


1   Laarsland   235 (Pinot, Lopez, Formolo)
2   Squire   215 (Pinot, Lopez, Formolo, but Chaves)
3   Nathanptz   209 (Carapaz and Pinot, but Chaves and Betancur)
4   Axl   196
5   Kazistuta   191
6   Fauniera   188
6   SemirS   188
8   Leadbelly   182
9   LightBing   180
10   BikeRacer33   173
11   Minessa   161
12   Handbrake   156
13   Comodoro   154
14   GPBlanco   153
15   BicycleBoy   136
16   Hakkie2   123
17   Russell23   101
18   Del1962   92
19   Carlo_Algatrensig   90
19   Tigerion   90
21   Koronin   77
22   Trudgin   68
23   Vladimir   60
24   ThePirate81   48
25   BluesInTheBottle   28
26   SafeBet   9
27   Ruvu75   7
28   Search   -4
28   Shalgo   -4
30   PremierAndrew   -8
31   AmisVelo   -9
32   Gotland   -16
33   Salvarani   -31
34   Armchair_Cyclist   -43
35   Caruut   -54
36   Chiron   -85
37   Drebola   -140
38   Googolplex   -185
39   Scrool07   -186
40   Rote_Laterne   -189
41   LosBrolin   -336
42   Yellow_Knight   -442
43   Mellow_Velo   -478
44   Bminchow   -500
   Collective_Wisdom   171

Standings
Yates had given his teams such an advantage before today that although they inevitably took the last 6 spots on the day's nett changes, five of the six remain the top five.  But Nathanptz has overtaken at least one of them, breaking them up for the first time since stage 10. 
Having regained his lead through Dennis on Tuesday, Bminchow lost not only through Yates today, but also through Dennis and Chaves, and although this was mitigated somewhat by Formolo and Bennett, a 500 point loss is not likely to maintain the lead.  On the other hand, for Rote Laterne, Carapaz, Lopez, Formolo and Reichenbach did a lot to limit the damage done to his score by Yates and Chaves, and he retakes the lead.  Only the fairly similar team of Scrool07 seems to be close enough to challenge.  Los Brolin also manages positive movement within the top ten, while Laarsland enters that group, on the back of a 10 place rise matched by Squire: in the more compact group outside the top few teams, there are 13 teams moving up by 5 or more places, which normally only happens after the first mountain stage.


1   Rote_Laterne   1847
2   Scrool07   1806
3   Bminchow   1602
4   LosBrolin   1525
5   Mellow_Velo   1430
6   Nathanptz   1418
7   Yellow_Knight   1354
8   Del1962   1294
9   Laarsland   1254
10   ThePirate81   1242
11   Squire   1224
12   BicycleBoy   1222
13   Kazistuta   1204
14   Ruvu75   1189
15   SemirS   1180
16   Fauniera   1165
17   Carlo_Algatrensig   1122
18   Tigerion   1120
19   AmisVelo   1119
19   GPBlanco   1119
21   Axl   1116
22   Handbrake   1112
23   SafeBet   1106
24   Russell23   1097
25   LightBing   1081
26   BikeRacer33   1053
27   Leadbelly   1042
28   Drebola   1023
29   Minessa   1017
30   Hakkie2   999
31   Vladimir   993
32   Salvarani   989
33   Comodoro   984
34   Gotland   944
35   Armchair_Cyclist   941
36   Googolplex   909
37   Trudgin   907
38   PremierAndrew   834
39   Chiron   743
40   BluesInTheBottle   727
41   Koronin   658
42   Shalgo   646
43   Search   625
44   Caruut   581
   Collective_Wisdom   1157

Of riders still going, the only difference between this team and 2nd place Scrool is Chaves and Reighenbach over Brambilla and Bonifazio.  So unless Bonifazio sprints to a higher position in Rome than he has managed thus far, the fate of the game seems likely to depend on whether Reichenbach's support for Pinot tomorrow boosts his position further, or amounts to self sacrifice (although the GC time gaps around him suggest that his position might be unlikely to change much).  But as today proves, anything could happen.
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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #31 on: May 26, 2018, 13:35 »
    Looks like Reichenbach will be doing for Pinot today what Nieve did for Yates yesterday.  And if Brambilla can do something in the break (although I don't think that will stick), it could be advantage Scrool.

    EDIT: Oh well,the peloton stopped narrowing the gap shortly after I posted my lack of confidence in the break.
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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #32 on: May 26, 2018, 19:28 »
    Stage 20 Final flings of the dice to Cervinia

    Purple points
    Mainly hoovered up by the break, but again few of us identified the correct breakaway riders.

    NIEVE ITURRALDE Mikel   70   0 team
    GESINK Robert   40   6 teams
    GROSSSCHARTNER Felix   25   0 team
    FROOME Chris   23   0 team
    CICCONE Giulio   15   3 teams
    BRAMBILLA Gianluca   10   8 teams
    POELS Wout   7   1 team
    FORMOLO Davide   3   20 teams
    POZZOVIVO Domenico   2   1 teams
    CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   1   5 teams


    1   LightBing   50 (Gesink and Bramilla)
    2   Squire, ThePirate81   43 (Gesink and Formolo)
    4   Drebola, GPBlanco, PremierAndrew   40 (Gesink)
    7   SafeBet   25 (Ciccone and Brambilla)
    8   Vladimir   18  (Ciccone and Formolo)
    9   Trudgin   15 (Ciccone)
    10   Scrool07   14 (Bramilla, Formolo, Carapaz)


    Standings
    1   Bminchow   1005
    2   Rote_Laterne   983
    3   Scrool07   974
    4   Yellow_Knight   929
    5   Mellow_Velo   849
    6   LosBrolin   841
    7   Tigerion   642
    8   Nathanptz   619
    9   Ruvu75   600
    10   ThePirate81   595

    Yates has 564 points in this category, which is why no-one else is getting into the top 6.  Bminchow should hold the lead unless Bonifazio can get top two tomorrow.

    Pink points
    Points gained mainly from overtaking Pinot ( and his teammates), Dennis and Yates
    GESINK Robert   52   6 teams
    CICCONE Giulio   52   3 teams
    LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   49   25 teams
    POZZOVIVO Domenico   25   1 team
    BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello   25   1 team
    POELS Wout   23   1 team
    BRAMBILLA Gianluca   22   8 teams
    BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto   20   3 teams
    CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   18   5 teams
    FORMOLO Davide   18   20 teams
    BENNETT George   15   7 teams
    HENAO MONTOYA Sergio Luis   14   2 teams
    ---
    HIRT Jan   -13   2 teams
    HERMANS Ben   -14   4 teams
    MONTAGUTI Matteo   -15   1 team
    SCHACHMANN Maximilian   -16   1 team
    REICHENBACH Sébastien   -20   4 teams
    PREIDLER Georg   -22   1 team
    DENNIS Rohan   -26   9 teams
    YATES Simon   -29   6 teams
    PINOT Thibaut   -246   24 teams
    ---
    HERMANS Ben   -14   4
    MONTAGUTI Matteo   -15   1
    SCHACHMANN Maximilian   -16   1
    REICHENBACH Sébastien   -20   4
    PREIDLER Georg   -22   1
    DENNIS Rohan   -26   9
    YATES Simon   -29   6
    PINOT Thibaut   -246   24

    Essentially, a bad day if you have Pinot, ok if you don't.

    1   Vladimir   151 (Ciccone, Lopez, Betancur, Formolo and Henao)
    2   Koronin   82
    3   Hakkie2   80
    4   PremierAndrew   79
    5   Scrool07   78
    6   Drebola   77
    7   Googolplex   72
    8   Caruut   69
    9   Kazistuta   66
    10   BluesInTheBottle   65
    11   Carlo_Algatrensig   50
    12   Armchair_Cyclist   47
    12   Search   47
    12   Shalgo   47
    15   Ruvu75   43
    16   Rote_Laterne   34
    17   AmisVelo   23
    18   Chiron   17
    19   Yellow_Knight   0
    20   Bminchow   -20
    21   LightBing   -125
    22   Squire   -129
    23   GPBlanco   -147
    24   Trudgin   -149
    25   Laarsland   -157
    26   Fauniera   -181
    26   SemirS   -181
    28   SafeBet   -194
    29   Handbrake   -199
    30   ThePirate81   -200
    31   Nathanptz   -206
    32   Minessa   -212
    33   Leadbelly   -228
    34   BikeRacer33   -234
    35   Comodoro   -240
    35   Gotland   -240
    37   Axl   -243
    37   BicycleBoy   -243
    39   Tigerion   -248
    40   Russell23   -249
    41   Del1962   -262
    41   LosBrolin   -262
    43   Salvarani   -264
    44   Mellow_Velo   -273
       Collective_Wisdom   -149

    Standings with, presumably, only the sprinters sorting tomorrow's stage points to go.

    A late coup by Scrool07, based on the double whammy of Brambilla's breakaway yielding both stage points and a 4 place GC rise and Reichenbach being placed on nursing duties with Pinot, puts him in the lead at this late stage.  He is only one of the teams near the top with any sprinter, so the engraver is poised.  Long term leader Bminchow has slumped to 300 points off the pace, yet is still poised to take a podium.

    Two of the Yatesians have Pinot: a few days ago that looked like an excellent combination, but in 2 days that has collapsed.  They drop to 6th and 10th, and Yellow Knight recovers somewhat from yesterday's 7th to 4th.  Nathanptz, suffering with Pinot, is no longer the top non-Yatesian: that honour falls to Kazistuta, and a team founded on the two white jersey contestants. He, Ruvu75 and Carlo Algatrensig all storm the top ten with jumps of 7 or 8 places, but there are no less than five teams that move up by more, Vladimir topping the lot with a 20 place leap.

    1   Scrool07   1884
    2   Rote_Laterne   1881
    3   Bminchow   1582
    4   Yellow_Knight   1354
    5   Kazistuta   1270
    6   LosBrolin   1263
    7   Ruvu75   1232
    8   Nathanptz   1212
    9   Carlo_Algatrensig   1172
    10   Mellow_Velo   1157
    11   Vladimir   1144
    12   AmisVelo   1142
    13   Drebola   1100
    14   Laarsland   1097
    15   Squire   1095
    16   Hakkie2   1079
    17   ThePirate81   1042
    18   Del1962   1032
    19   SemirS   999
    20   Armchair_Cyclist   988
    21   Fauniera   984
    22   Googolplex   981
    23   BicycleBoy   979
    24   GPBlanco   972
    25   LightBing   956
    26   Handbrake   913
    26   PremierAndrew   913
    28   SafeBet   912
    29   Axl   873
    30   Tigerion   872
    31   Russell23   848
    32   BikeRacer33   819
    33   Leadbelly   814
    34   Minessa   805
    35   BluesInTheBottle   792
    36   Chiron   760
    37   Trudgin   758
    38   Comodoro   744
    39   Koronin   740
    40   Salvarani   725
    41   Gotland   704
    42   Shalgo   693
    43   Search   672
    44   Caruut   650
       Collective_Wisdom   1008

    Tomorrow is about sprinter points.  Viviani is unselected, but 2 teams have Sam Bennett (Tigerion and Yellow Knight), Modolo is on 3 teams (including Kazistuta), Danny Van Poppel is in the Collective Wisdom team, with 14 selections (incl Kazistuta and Ruvu) and Bonifazio on 5 teams, including Scrool and Nathanptz).

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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #33 on: May 26, 2018, 23:29 »
    Runner up is more than I dreamed of, but of course it's a little bit disappointing if you're close to winning. It's no big surprise Scrool07 overtook me since Chaves was done.
    Early congrats to the winner, big thank you to Armchair Cylist for the game. And BTW I could compete in the Giro Rosa if I actually were good in cycling. ;)
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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #34 on: May 27, 2018, 10:29 »
    A 94 pt insult added to injury for the 24 teams with Pinot, before the last stage even starts, is neutral as far as the top 2 are concerned (Brambilla gains 4 pts on GC; Reichenbach gains 2 on GC and Chaves gains 2 in KoM classification), but does bring two new teams into the putative top ten: Amis Velo and Vladimir in place of Nathanptz and Mellow Velo.
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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #35 on: May 27, 2018, 21:13 »
    Stage 21 Sprinters and their teams only in Rome

    Purple points which is more or less all there is today.

    BENNETT Sam   70   2 teams
    VIVIANI Elia   40   0 team
    DRUCKER Jempy   25   0 team
    PLANCKAERT Baptiste   15   0 team
    BELLETTI Manuel   10   0 team
    MODOLO Sacha   7   3 teams
    BONIFAZIO Niccolo   5   5 teams
    VENTURINI Clément   3   0 team
    SIMION Paolo   2   0 team
    SABATINI Fabio   1   0 team

    1   Tigerion   75
    2   Yellow_Knight   70
    3=   Carlo_Algatrensig, Chiron, Kazistuta   7
    6=   Nathanptz, Scrool07, Search, Vladimir   5

    and that's it

    Final purple standings
    Yellow Knight get close in the end, but Bminchow led this from since stage 2. 
    1   Bminchow   1005
    2   Yellow_Knight   999
    3   Rote_Laterne   983
    4   Scrool07   979
    5   Mellow_Velo   849
    6   LosBrolin   841
    7   Tigerion   717
    8   Nathanptz   624
    9   Ruvu75   600
    10   ThePirate81   595
    11   Kazistuta   549
    12   Drebola   547
    13   AmisVelo   541
    14   Del1962   534
    15   SafeBet   504
    16   Salvarani   496
    17   Chiron   491
    18   Carlo_Algatrensig   486
    19   GPBlanco   454
    20   Squire   447
    21   Laarsland   433
    22   Armchair_Cyclist   426
    23   Handbrake   421
    24   Fauniera   407
    24   SemirS   407
    26   Hakkie2   396
    27   Vladimir   389
    28   Comodoro   381
    29   BicycleBoy   378
    30   LightBing   373
    31   Googolplex   372
    32   Gotland   371
    33   Axl   358
    33   Russell23   358
    35   PremierAndrew   353
    36   BikeRacer33   314
    36   Leadbelly   314
    36   Minessa   314
    39   Shalgo   310
    40   Search   296
    41   BluesInTheBottle   279
    42   Trudgin   239
    43   Koronin   214
    44   Caruut   202
       Collective_Wisdom   463

    Pink points
    The withdrawal of Pinot cost his teams 94 points, and other riders pick up a small number of points through moving up or down the GC (those positioned 17th to 51st yesterday) or in the KoM classification.  Modolo also moves a couple of places in the points classification.  Add that to our sprinters' points, and the gains and losses today are:

    1   Yellow_Knight   75
    2   Carlo_Algatrensig   24
    2   Kazistuta   24
    4   Chiron   21
    5   Armchair_Cyclist   16
    6   Drebola   14
    7   AmisVelo   12
    7   PremierAndrew   12
    7   Ruvu75   12
    10   Koronin   10
    11   Bminchow   9
    11   Scrool07   9
    13   Vladimir   8
    14   Search   7
    15   Caruut   6
    16   Rote_Laterne   4
    17   Googolplex   3
    18   BluesInTheBottle   2
    18   Hakkie2   2
    18   Shalgo   2
    21   Tigerion   -17
    22   Del1962   -78
    23   SafeBet   -79
    24   Nathanptz   -80
    24   ThePirate81   -80
    26   LightBing   -86
    27   Comodoro   -87
    27   Gotland   -87
    29   Axl   -88
    29   BicycleBoy   -88
    29   Salvarani   -88
    32   BikeRacer33   -89
    32   Leadbelly   -89
    32   Russell23   -89
    35   GPBlanco   -90
    35   Laarsland   -90
    35   Squire   -90
    38   Mellow_Velo   -91
    38   Minessa   -91
    38   SemirS   -91
    41   Fauniera   -92
    41   Handbrake   -92
    43   Trudgin   -93
    44   LosBrolin   -95
       Collective_Wisdom   -74

    And so we get to
    Final standings

    Bonifazio added a little more gloss to Scrool07's win, but 8 points is still very close.  Nobody picked Froome, and the only team with Dumoulin (Bicycle Boy) is very much mid-table.  The Simon Yates teams fill the top 4, and also 8th and 14th (those last 2 having lost out on Pinot).  Kazistuta, who shares with the top two teams a GC points haul based on the two South American white jersey contenders, is best of the rest, and is followed by Ruvu75, whose first entry into one of the GT games (I think) saw the selection of the team that would be the Collective Wisdom team if I had not compiled that team differently this time around.  Amis Velo and Vladimir replace Pinot teams in the top ten at the last moment, and Premier Andrew, Blues in the Bottle, and Koronin share the final mention as the biggest jumpers of the day, each passing 5 teams.

    1   Scrool07   1893
    2   Rote_Laterne   1885
    3   Bminchow   1591
    4   Yellow_Knight   1429
    5   Kazistuta   1294
    6   Ruvu75   1244
    7   Carlo_Algatrensig   1196
    8   LosBrolin   1168
    9   AmisVelo   1154
    10   Vladimir   1152
    11   Nathanptz   1132
    12   Drebola   1114
    13   Hakkie2   1081
    14   Mellow_Velo   1066
    15   Laarsland   1007
    16   Squire   1005
    17   Armchair_Cyclist   1004
    18   Googolplex   984
    19   ThePirate81   962
    20   Del1962   954
    21   PremierAndrew   925
    22   SemirS   908
    23   Fauniera   892
    24   BicycleBoy   891
    25   GPBlanco   882
    26   LightBing   870
    27   Tigerion   855
    28   SafeBet   833
    29   Handbrake   821
    30   BluesInTheBottle   794
    31   Axl   785
    32   Chiron   781
    33   Russell23   759
    34   Koronin   750
    35   BikeRacer33   730
    36   Leadbelly   725
    37   Minessa   714
    38   Shalgo   695
    39   Search   679
    40   Trudgin   665
    41   Comodoro   657
    42   Caruut   656
    43   Salvarani   637
    44   Gotland   617
       Collective_Wisdom   934

    Congratulations to Scrool07, commiserations to Rote Laterne who ran him so close and to Bminchow, who led for so long, and thanks to all who participated, to CQ for the system, to PCS who had results up reasonably quickly and in a consistent and useable format, and to the riders who unwittingly delighted or deflated us.

    See you in about 6 weeks for the Tour (and maybe tomorrow for some number crunching).
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  • Carlo Algatrensig

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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #36 on: May 28, 2018, 19:08 »
    Thanks to AC for running the game and it's nice to find my result quickly by looking from the top of the standings rather than the bottom for once.
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    Re: 2018 Giro CQ Game
    « Reply #37 on: May 30, 2018, 15:02 »
    Some numbers, rather later than I had expected to do them.

    Purple points top ten in stages and pink jersey wearer.
    1   YATES Simon   564   6 teams
    2   BENNETT Sam   365   2 teams
    3   VIVIANI Elia   360   0 team
    4   DUMOULIN Tom   204   1 team
    5   FROOME Chris   192   0 team
    6   DENNIS Rohan   184   9 teams
    7   CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   136   5 teams
    8   PINOT Thibaut   134   24 teams
    9   BATTAGLIN Enrico   126   0 team
    10   CHAVES RUBIO Jhoan Esteban   101   36 teams
    11   VAN POPPEL Danny   100   14 teams
    12   BONIFAZIO Niccolo   95   5 teams
    13   FORMOLO Davide   93   20 teams
    14   SCHACHMANN Maximilian   91   1 team
    15   MODOLO Sacha   90   3 teams
    16   POZZOVIVO Domenico   89   1 team
    17   LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   79   25 teams
    18   WELLENS Tim   77   0 team
    19   NIEVE ITURRALDE Mikel   70   0 team
    19   MOHORIC Matej   70   1 team
    21   MARECZKO Jakub   62   2 teams
    no other higher than 43 pts

    Pink points the ones that really matter, all the points including GC and other classifications

    1   FROOME Chris   762   0 team
    2   YATES Simon   661   6 teams
    3   DUMOULIN Tom   587   1 team
    4   VIVIANI Elia   445   0 team
    5   BENNETT Sam   420   2 teams
    6   CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   411   5 teams
    7   LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   394   25 teams
    8   POZZOVIVO Domenico   331   1 team
    9   DENNIS Rohan   268   9 teams
    10   BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello   228   1 team
    10   FORMOLO Davide   228   20 teams
    12   KONRAD Patrick   208   0 team
    13   BENNETT George   185   7 teams
    14   NIEVE ITURRALDE Mikel   163   0 team
    15   BATTAGLIN Enrico   162   0 team
    16   OOMEN Sam   154   0 team
    17   GENIEZ Alexandre   140   0 team
    18   GONÇALVES Jose Isidro Maciel   139   0 team
    19   PINOT Thibaut   134   24 teams
    20   SCHACHMANN Maximilian   133   1 team
    21   POELS Wout   124   1 team
    22   CHAVES RUBIO Jhoan Esteban   121   36 teams
    23   VAN POPPEL Danny   120   14 teams
    23   MODOLO Sacha   120   3 teams
    25   MOHORIC Matej   114   1 team
    26   WOODS Michael   113   17 teams
    26   BONIFAZIO Niccolo   113   5 teams
    28   HENAO MONTOYA Sergio Luis   104   2 teams
    29   GESINK Robert   98   6 teams
    30   BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto   90   3 teams

    %age return

    1   CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio   88.8   5 teams
    2   YATES Simon   81.6   6 teams
    3   BATTAGLIN Enrico   68.4   0 team
    4   MORABITO Steve   65.2   4 teams
    5   SAGIV Guy   62.5   0 team
    6   DENZ Nico   61.8   0 team
    7   MONTAGUTI Matteo   61.0   1 team
    8   GONÇALVES Jose Isidro Maciel   60.7   0 team
    9   DIDIER Laurent   60.0   1 team
    10   BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello   58.9   1 team
    11   BEWLEY Sam   57.7   0 team
    12   BENNETT Sam   56.9   2 teams
    13   REICHENBACH Sébastien   56.0   4 teams
    14   FORMOLO Davide   54.3   20 teams
    15   PREIDLER Georg   52.9   1 team
    16   NIBALI Antonio   46.9   1 team
    17   DENNIS Rohan   46.1   9 teams
    18   MORI Manuele   45.5   0 team
    19   KING Benjamin   44.9   0 team
    20   BONIFAZIO Niccolo   43.8   5 teams
    21   KONRAD Patrick   42.3   0 team
    22   TEN DAM Laurens   42.0   0 team
    23   PFINGSTEN Christoph   41.1   0 team
    24   BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto   40.7   3 teams
    25   DUPONT Hubert   40.5   2 teams

    Impeccable picks
    MORABITO Steve
    MONTAGUTI Matteo
    PFINGSTEN Christoph
    TEN DAM Laurens
    PREIDLER Georg
    DENZ Nico
    REICHENBACH Sébastien
    BETANCUR GOMEZ Carlos Alberto
    GONÇALVES Jose Isidro Maciel
    BATTAGLIN Enrico
    BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello
    CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio
    BENNETT Sam
    YATES Simon
    FROOME Chris

    Best possible team  I don't have a good track record for getting this right, so I am happy to be corrected.

    YATES Simon
    BENNETT Sam
    CARAPAZ MONTENEGRO Richard Antonio
    FORMOLO Davide
    BILBAO LOPEZ DE ARMENTIA Pello
    BATTAGLIN Enrico
    GONÇALVES Jose Isidro Maciel
    REICHENBACH Sébastien
    for 2319 points and a spend of 3409, and a popularity score of just 38, even more unpopular than Trudgin's selection.

    The rest of the numbers (and probably some very inefficient coding) here.
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