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Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
« Reply #240 on: September 18, 2019, 06:00 »
Update #35: Green Jersey Standings Change in Quiet Week



This week (technically last week as this update is a week late), the second week of the Vuelta wrapped, as well as a few 1.HC and 1.1 races. Not much in terms of points, and the standings were appropriately subdued. Still some movement to look at...



This Week's Top Scorers



Rank   Team   Points this week
1   Nathanptz   328
2   zaka_fan   277
3   DFA123   253
4   greenedge   252
5   Joelsim   251


Nathanptz takes the win by over 50 points this week, getting a huge contribution from Jasper Philipsen, the other costly UAE neo-pro bringing back a good haul on a fairly steep price. Having those 156 points and sharing with only 9 other teams is a good start to winning the week, but Nathanptz also had 72 from Amaury Capiot (3 teams) as well as 43 and 42 respectively from Matteo Trentin and Baptiste Planckaert. zaka fan claims second with 140 points from the now unequivocally excellent pick Caleb Ewan, as well as 70 from Sepp Kuss and 54 from Pierre Barbier. DFA123 edges out two other teams for the last podium spot led by Ewan/Trentin/Planckaert.



This Week's High Movers



Rank   Team   Up/down
1   greenedge   (+8)
2   zaka_fan   (+7)
3   Nathanptz   (+6)
3   Joelsim   (+6)
5   Josedin   (+5)
5   Googolplex   (+5)


After missing the podium by 1 point in the previous competition, greenedge tops the high mover competition once again led by Ewan. zaka fan is the second time a bridesmaid, while Nathanptz gets another podium, tying with Joelsim for third.



Green Jersey Competition



1   armchairclimber   225
2   ruvu75   218
3   TheArt   212
4   Popchu   208
5   skidmark   188
6   MADRAZO   185
7   Jancouver   183


(note: I'm going to start listing all the teams within a 45-point weekly win of the lead, rather than the top 5, until the end of the season)

After being divested of the Green Jersey last week, armchairclimber fights back with 14 points in the competition this week to move back into the lead from third. tobydawq gets 10 points to rise to juuuuust outside of these standings at 178 points, but no other movement in the top 10.


Top 10 Overall



Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
1   (-)   fauniera   12518
2   (-)   karaev   12287
3   (+1)   Tigerion   11788
4   (-1)   ruvu75   11725
5   (-)   skidmark   11568
6   (+1)   TheArt   11565
7   (+3)   tobydawq   11527
8   (+1)   shalgo   11487
9   (-1)   Kryvo   11470
10   (-4)   SafeBet   11462


A quiet week for the leaders, although fauniera (80 points) gains a few on karaev (42). Highest scorer in the top 10 is tobydawq with 213 on the week. No adds or drops in the top 10, but that is very likely to change with the next update, where the Vuelta GC plus Canadian WT races plus Tour of Britain are bound to see some high scores.


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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #241 on: September 18, 2019, 09:27 »
    The Vuelta update might not be as bad as I first feared. Trentin, Politt, Kelderman and Knox scored decently. Couple that with the failures of the popular Aru and Chaves and I could at least hold my position.

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #242 on: September 20, 2019, 11:45 »
    15th of the week and 2 green points. Good week for my team.
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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #243 on: September 21, 2019, 23:46 »
    Update #36: Jakob747 Takes off as Tigerion Cracks the Top 2

    It's Vuelta GC week, likely the highest scoring week left on the calendar (barring some SERIOUS scores at the Worlds). But the Vuelta wasn't all, there was also the two Canadian races, the Tour of Britain, and a few smaller races scattered here and there.

    This Week's Top Scorers

    Rank   Team   Points this week
    1   Jakob747   1023
    2   Josedin   1008
    3   Hakkie2   1001
    4   Simurgh   978
    5   will10   952

    Three teams crack a thousand points this week, and are very close together. Squeaking out the victory is Jakob747, getting 1023 points from an array of riders led by CQ efficiency god Mathieu van der Poel (274 points, 20 teams), excellent rare pick Sergio Higuita (174, 2 teams), unique-pick-that-is-underperforming-overall-but-paying-off-now Michael Valgren (103), another tier of riders scoring 50-80 on the week (Riabushenko, O'Connor, Chaves, Cosnefroy) and dribs and drabs from 12 other riders to push their team over the line. Josedin nabs second, missing top spot by only 15 points with a more top-heavy lineup that has an astounding collection of rare Vuelta talent - Josedin was one of 7 teams with Pogacar and his 445 points this week, one of 2 teams with CF Hagen and his 172 points, and the only team with MA Lopez and his 259 points. Josedin's 4th highest scorer is Bettiol with 40 points and a few guys with <20. Hakkie2 cracks the thousand mark as well as the podium, thanks to >100 points from MvdP/Geoghegan Hart/Cavagna/Ivan Garcia Cortina.

    This Week's High Movers

    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   Josedin   (+17)
    2   will10   (+16)
    3   comodoro   (+13)
    4   Simurgh   (+11)
    5   Riverside   (+10)
    5   PeterB   (+10)

    This will very likely be the highest jumps remaining in the competition this year... Josedin goes one better on this one, leaping 17 spots into the top 40 overall. will10 comes close, leaping up 16 spots on a Pogacar/MvdP led ticket, and comodoro leaps double digits as well thanks to Pogacar/Trentin.

    Green Jersey Competition

    Rank   Team   Total
    1   armchairclimber   225
    2   ruvu75   218
    3   TheArt   212
    4   Popchu   208
    5   tobydawq   196
    6   skidmark   188
    7   MADRAZO   185
    8   Jancouver   183
    9   Kryvo   179
    10   fauniera   178

    I mentioned last week that I was going to list all the teams within 45 points of the lead from now on, but the 9th and 10th place teams are 46 and 47 points out, so heck, I'm just gonna list the top 10. The only scoring in the top 10 this week has tobydawq leaping into the top 5 with 18 points on the week, and Kryvo's 2 points for 14th on the week gets them juuuust about in spitting distance down in 9th.

    Top 10 Overall

    Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
    1   (-)   fauniera   13126
    2   (+1)   Tigerion   12705
    3   (-1)   karaev   12631
    4   (+3)   tobydawq   12451
    5   (-)   skidmark   12359
    6   (+6)   Hakkie2   12347
    7   (-3)   ruvu75   12309
    8   (+1)   Kryvo   12297
    9   (+1)   SafeBet   12256
    10   (-4)   TheArt   12029

    The untouchable top 2 are no more! Tigerion breaks into the top 2 that had been in a holding pattern between fauniera and karaev for several weeks - that's what scoring 917 points to karev's 344 will do. fauniera, however, scored over 600 and is sitting pretty on top by more than 400 points, and chances are looking good for them to become a two-time winner of this game. karaev still has a couple of hundred points over the next tier of teams, but tobydawq, skidmark and Hakkie2 scored around 900, 800, and 1000 points respectively on the week to dramatically cut into the lead for the podium. Despite the big GC points on offer for the week, Hakkie2 is the only newcomer to the top 10, while shalgo tumbles out.

    Up next - Worlds domination!

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #244 on: September 26, 2019, 16:44 »
    Update #37: Simurgh rises to a boil



    In the week between the Vuelta and the Worlds, we saw a smattering of 1.1 races, a 2.1 and 1.HC here and there, and the new-look mixed TTT which gave a few CQ points as well. Who came out on top in this transition week?



    This Week's Top Scorers



    Rank   Team   Points this week
    1   Simurgh   546
    2   HelgeBlendet   498
    3   Leadbelly   493
    4   laarsland   483
    5   Amis_Velo   476


    Still some tidy points to be had from that mix of races, and Simurgh emerges on top as the only team scoring over 500 points. The way is led by the popular Edward Theuns, who finally had a good week and scored 156 points. Simurgh also had help from some rare riders: 112 from Jasper De Buyst (6 teams), 95 from Kung (14 teams), 56 from Nizzolo (10 teams) and 48 from Diego Rosa (6 teams). HelgeBlendet gets second and oh-so-close to 500 points with Theuns leading the way, flanked by 86 points from Kevin Rivera and 80 from Matteo Trentin. Leadbelly lands in third with more of a committee - amazingly, their team has two unique picks (Krists Neilandts and Jannik Steimle) win a 1.1 race in the same week, and aside from 'popular' picks Trentin and Bernal (31 and 26 teams respectively), other contributions come from 30+ points from a range of rare picks like Calmejane, Politt, Minali, and Cimolai. Good picking!



    This Week's High Movers



    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   HelgeBlendet   (+12)
    2   laarsland   (+9)
    3   ansimi   (+7)
    3   Amis_Velo   (+7)
    5   Simurgh   (+6)
    5   Manafana   (+6)
    5   trackstand   (+6)
    5   oliveira   (+6)


    HelgeBlendet is the only team to move up double digits this week, but laarsland comes close, moving up 9 spots thanks to Theuns/Rivera/Trentin. ansimi and Amis_velo tie for the final podium spot here with the same topline riders of Theuns and Trentin.



    Green Jersey Competition



    Rank   Team   Total
    1   armchairclimber   225
    2   ruvu75   218
    3   TheArt   212
    4   Popchu   208
    5   tobydawq   196
    6   MADRAZO   189
    7   skidmark   188
    8   Jancouver   183
    9   Kryvo   179
    10   fauniera   178
    11   laarsland   177


    The only movement in the top 10 is that MADRAZO leapfrogs skidmark with 4 points for 14th place; laarsland gets within shouting distance with 26 points on the week, and the competition is pretty tight, as anyone in the top 11 could get on the podium with a weekly win.



    Top 10 Overall




    Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
    1   (-)   fauniera   13379
    2   (-)   Tigerion   13004
    3   (-)   karaev   12913
    4   (+2)   Hakkie2   12681
    5   (-1)   tobydawq   12655
    5   (-)   skidmark   12655
    7   (-)   ruvu75   12648
    8   (+1)   SafeBet   12590
    9   (-1)   Kryvo   12522
    10   (-)   TheArt   12394


    Some minor jockeying amongst the leaders; Tigerion gains 46 points on fauniera, so a Worlds win for one of Tigerion's riders that fauniera doesn't have will flip positions, all other things held equal. Karaev gains a few dozen points too but is still a ways behind. 4th through 8th is separated by less than 100 points, including a tie at 5th place, so there's still a lot to be sorted out. This week has the biggest 1-day points on offer, and although the Italian classics will probably see a bigger week, this is where an individual result can really flip things. Excited to see how it goes!

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #245 on: October 03, 2019, 00:37 »
    Update #38: Tigerion tightens things up at the top

    Well the Worlds' Road Race is done and dusted; we have some end-of-season 1-day races, a Monument, and a Chinese epilogue to go before the close of the season, but this was the biggest remaining race on the calendar (and the biggest 1-day CQ points race out there). With some dramatic weather-induced turns of events, let's see how it all shook out and who came out on top.

    This Week's Top Scorers

    Rank   Team   Points this week
    1   ansimi   724
    2   tobydawq   703
    3   NorthAmericanScum   701
    4   rote_laterne   685
    5   LosBrolin   606

    ansimi wins the week with a healthy 724 points; some of this was due to being one of the 31 teams with Trentin and his 240 points, but the other big scorers were from the TT - Remco got 150 more to become the best 0 pointer in this game since a memorable rider in the first year of the game whose results were later nullified, and Ganna got 130 points for third in the TT (11 teams owned him). tobydawq has another good week thanks to Trentin and Evenepoel, although their top scorer on the week was actually Stefan Kung (258 points, 14 teams), who got a top 10 in both the RR and TT. NorthAmericanScum is the third team to cross 700 on the week, sans Evenepoel but with the other 3 mentioned above. Special mention to rote_laterne, just out of the podium spots but the only player of the game who had the World Champion Mads Pedersen and his 400 points this week.

    This Week's High Movers

    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   NorthAmericanScum   (+11)
    2   LosBrolin   (+10)
    3   Amis_Velo   (+9)
    3   Nathanptz   (+9)
    3   GP Blanco   (+9)
    3   Blues in the bottle   (+9)

    The standings are a bit more stratified at the end of the season, but 700-ish points is still enough to jump (just barely) double digits at this point of the season, as NorthAmericanScum manages to do. LosBrolin shows up on the podium of this ranking thanks to the Trentin/Remco combo but also Walscheid, who got 80 non-Worlds points. A four way tie for third rounds out the podium.

    This Month's Top Scorers


    Rank   Team   Points this Month
    1   NorthAmericanScum   2103
    2   tobydawq   2044
    3   Joelsim   2043
    4   ansimi   1958
    5   Simurgh   1942
    5   Tigerion   1942

    September is the last big CQ month of the year, and NorthAmericanScum tops this monthly ranking as well as the last weekly ranking for high movers. Their team is one of 3 to clear 2000 points on the month, and their list of scoring riders is impressive and top loaded: Trentin (537, 31 teams), Kung (433, 14), van der Poel (296, 20), Theuns (206, 61), Ganna (162, 11) are the ones over 100 points. tobydawq has shown up in a few recent weekly updates and puts together a solid month as well, thanks to the top 3 listed above plus 160 for Remco. Joelsim nabs the final podium spot with over 2000 as well.

    This Month's High Movers


    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   comodoro   (+25)
    2   Nathanptz   (+22)
    2   NorthAmericanScum   (+22)
    4   Joelsim   (+19)
    4   HelgeBlendet   (+19)

    This competition is taken by comodoro, who leaps a full 25 spots this month, thanks to two huge scorers, Trentin and Pogacar (who had 559 points and was owned by 7 teams). NorthAmericanScum makes it appearances on all 4 charts this week, jumping 22 spots on the month to tie with Nathanptz.

    Green Jersey Competition


    Rank   Team   Total
    1   tobydawq   231
    2   armchairclimber   225
    3   ruvu75   218
    4   TheArt   212
    5   Popchu   208
    6   ansimi   194
    7   MADRAZO   189
    8   skidmark   188

    There's a change at the top! tobydawq has scored in 4 of the last 6 weeks, including a win 6 weeks ago and second this week. 108 of their 231 points have come in this span, and they've rocketed up the standings, taking a 6 point lead with the 35 they got this week. armchairclimber drops to second but is still in striking distance, as are all the teams listed here (within 45 points). Aside from tobydawq, weekly winner ansimi is the only other team scoring this week; their 45 points rockets them into the conversation as well. Still a lot to play for in this competition.

    Top 10 Overall

    Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
    1   (-)   fauniera   13593
    2   (-)   Tigerion   13534
    3   (+2)   tobydawq   13358
    4   (-1)   karaev   13120
    4   (+3)   ruvu75   13120
    6   (-1)   skidmark   12932
    7   (-3)   Hakkie2   12928
    8   (+2)   TheArt   12906
    9   (-1)   SafeBet   12852
    10   (-1)   Kryvo   12795

    The top spot is closer than it's been in weeks! Tigerion has a good-but-not-quite-good-enough showing this weekend, pulling to within 60 points of the overall lead. If Trentin had the legs for the sprint, we would see a new leader! The red-hot tobydawq pulls into third and is only a couple of hundred back. Behind that, it's a bit tougher of an ask for karaev or last year's winner, but with the sequence of Italian races often contested by the same riders, it's not out of the question for someone to go on a streak. fauniera, of course, has Bernal, who hasn't really raced since the Tour but if he has some form could anchor a strong defense. The next couple of weeks will be very interesting to those at the top, to say the least! No ins or outs of the top 10 this week, just some jockeying for position.

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #246 on: October 10, 2019, 06:55 »
    Update #39: CQ gods decree this competition shalgo down to the wire



    With one monument and a one-week WT race left to go along with a handful of smaller races (must avoid commenting on the sadness that Paris-Tours is now just one of a 'handful of smaller races' at the end of the season), this one is almost done. But it's still within striking distance for at least the top two, with a few outside chances.



    This Week's Top Scorers




    Rank   Team   Points this week
    1   shalgo   461
    2   adamski101   439
    3   yoyokt   414
    4   Hakkie2   392
    4   Rakim   392


    The weekly win goes to shalgo with a healthy 461 points, thanks especially to 140 from a pre-injury Hodeg, but also a hefty haul from the likes of Gaviria, Van Asbroeck, Gaudu, Kump and Bernal. Second goes to adamski101 who was one of the two lucky teams this week with Piet Allegaert (176 points), as well as one of the 7 with Senechal (84 points). yoyokt rounds out the lowercase top 3, clearing 400 with a similar top end to shalgo.



    This Week's High Movers



    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   adamski101   (+10)
    2   Nicosix   (+6)
    2   Vitapen   (+6)
    2   yoyokt   (+6)
    2   Object   (+6)


    More of a logjam here, with adamski's good week earning their team a double digit jump in the standings. It's hard to move much in a week by the time October rolls around, and four other teams split second spot on this ranking.



    Green Jersey Competition



    Rank   Team   Total
    1   tobydawq   231
    2   armchairclimber   225
    3   ruvu75   218
    4   TheArt   212
    5   Popchu   208
    6   skidmark   197
    7   ansimi   194
    8   yoyokt   190
    9   MADRAZO   189


    These standings are still fairly tight, with 9 teams within a weekly win (45 points) of tobydawq's top spot, and a few more just outside that range. The top teams don't score, but team skidmark jumps up a few spots to 6th  with 9 points on the week and yoyokt's 30 points help them enter the picture at 190 total and 8th place.



    Top 10 Overall



    Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
    1   (-)   fauniera   13931
    2   (-)   Tigerion   13811
    3   (+1)   karaev   13476
    4   (-1)   tobydawq   13473
    5   (-1)   ruvu75   13429
    6   (+1)   Hakkie2   13320
    7   (-1)   skidmark   13300
    8   (+1)   SafeBet   13190
    9   (-1)   TheArt   13178
    10   (+3)   shalgo   12984


    At the top, fauniera gains 61 points on Tigerion to get some breathing room of 120 points. Having two actively posting participants at the top is very enjoyable, not least because they keep a running track of who their remaining racers are, but basically the biggest hopes are Bernal for fauniera and Trentin for Tigerion.



    Below those two, it would take some doing for another team to win, but third place is wide open, with karaev clawing the spot back by 3 points from tobydawq, and ruvu not far behind. shalgo's weekly win takes them into the top 10, displacing Kryvo.

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #247 on: October 15, 2019, 21:17 »
    Update #40: karaev closes the gap, Green Jersey race tightens up



    The final monument is done, the European season is effectively done, all we have left is the tacked-on WT stage race in China, the Japan Cup, and a few minor wind-down races. The season is done for the vast majority of participants in the game, but of course the game is not over. So how will the endgame shape up?


    This Week's Top Scorers



    Rank   Team   Points this week
    1   karaev   747
    2   Hakkie2   707
    3   DJW   692
    4   shalgo   651
    5   oliveira   642




    A big week for karaev, scoring 747 points! The big scorer, as 25 other owners likely know, is Bernal, who adds 333 points to an already sterling season. But karaev also had big weeks from Van Asbroeck (128 points, 19 teams), Gaudu (108, 57 teams) and another decent week from unique pick Vendrame (62 points). Hakkie2 gets second on the week with the same big 3 as karaev, but smaller contributions from the rest of the roster. DJW slots into third with Bernal and Gaudu, but also points from rare picks Sosa (122, 3 teams) and Enric Mas (68, 5 teams).



    This Week's High Movers



    Rank   Team   Up/down
    1   oliveira   (+17)
    2   zlev11   (+12)
    3   DJW   (+10)
    4   Josedin   (+9)
    4   Jon_Ezeitza   (+9)


    oliveira wins this competition this week, with a huge (for the end of the season) 17-spot climb up the standings. Their team had the same 'big 3' as the top 2 in the previous ranking; they were just placed in the standings such that a 17-point jump was possible (3 of the top 5 in the previous ranking were already in the top 10 overall, hence not far to move). zlev11 moves up a not-too-shabby 12 spots despite finishing 14th in the Top Scorers ranking, and DJW jumps double digit places as well.



    Green Jersey Competition



    Rank   Team   Total
    1   tobydawq   231
    2   armchairclimber   225
    3   ruvu75   218
    4   TheArt   212
    5   Popchu   208
    6   Leadbelly   203
    7   karaev   201
    8   skidmark   197
    9   ansimi   194
    10   yoyokt   190
    11   MADRAZO   189
    12   Joelsim   187
    13   fauniera   186


    An unprecedented 13 teams are within a weekly win (45 points) of the top spot in this competition as it heads into it's final big week! tobydawq still sits atop the standings, but leadbelly (20 points this week), karaev (45 for the win), Joelsim (14) and fauniera (8) all scored some this week to pull within striking distance. This one is coming down to the wire!



    Top 10 Overall



    Rank   Up/down   Team   Points
    1   (-)   fauniera   14464
    2   (+1)   karaev   14223
    3   (+3)   Hakkie2   14027
    4   (-2)   Tigerion   13981
    5   (+3)   SafeBet   13768
    6   (+4)   shalgo   13635
    7   (-2)   ruvu75   13619
    8   (-4)   tobydawq   13519
    9   (-2)   skidmark   13490
    10   (+1)   Hugo Koblet   13438


    Quite the shakeup in the overall standings for this late in the season - apart from leader fauniera, every team in the top 10 moved around somewhat. You may note that #1 and #2 on the week are now #2 and #3 overall, with Tigerion falling out of the podium places.  It is looking very probable that fauniera will become a two-time winner of this competition, as their lead is 241 points; even with an incredible week, karaev only closed by 214 this week. Unless something wild happens in Guangxi and Japan, it seems likely that the top spot is going to stay the same. Third and fourth are only 36 points apart, so the final podium spot is up for grabs. Below that, there's a bit of stratification, although 6th-10th are only separated by less than 200 points. A very competitive top 10, with several former winners and high placers, as well as a good number of teams who have participated in many editions. Game founder Hugo Koblet moves into the top 10 (and has a 70 point lead on 11th), while another previous high finisher - TheArt -drops out. After next week it's not technically over, but for all intents and purposes the final standings will be set. I hope everyone has had a fun year, let's see how the rest of it goes!

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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #248 on: October 16, 2019, 08:22 »
    Just think, if I had picked Evenepoel instead of Van Niekerk or Vaubourzeix, I'd be in second place....

    Not that I ever would have ever made that selection, but I'm sure I could have found better performing zero pointers who were just as unpopular to improve my position a bit.
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    Re: 2019 CQ Game Thread
    « Reply #249 on: October 16, 2019, 17:08 »
    Wow I got beat by Velorooms collective team :)
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