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Re: 2019 TdF CQ Game
« on: July 08, 2019, 18:40 »
Stage 3 Champagne version of the Ardennes

Those who can't cope with a series of short sharp hills fall away, and those who can move up the GC to replace them.  We need to wait until stage 6 removes those who can't deal with longer climbs before the table takes on a really meaningful shape.

MATTHEWS Michael   268pts for LightBing
SAGAN Peter   104   for Bicycle Boy and Googolplex
KELDERMAN Wilco   81   for Carlo Algatrensig, Triley36 and Vladimir
MAS NICOLAU Enric   80   8 teams
COLBRELLI Sonny   75   for Koronin and Ratta Kuningas
URAN URAN Rigoberto   63   14
TRENTIN Matteo   55   1
VAN GARDEREN Tejay   51   3
GAUDU David   49   1
ROCHE Nicolas   46   3
YATES Adam   45   4
...
DOWSETT Alex   -46   2
ZAKARIN Ilnur   -50   1
KÄMNA Lennard   -54   9
ZABEL Rick   -77   7
MARTIN Tony   -300   1

On the day
1   LightBing   305 (80 Green points)
2   Carlo_Algatrensig   256 (50)
3   Yellow_Knight   187 (35)
4   JustSomeGuy   167 (25)
5   BicycleBoy   166 (15)
6   Koronin   150 (10)
7   Triley36   137 (5)
8   DJSprtsch   134 (3)
9   BikeRacer33, Del1962   121 (1.5 each)
11   Squire   117
12   ArchieBoy   109
13   Bminchow   108
14   Shalgo   106
15   Kazistuta   105
16   Salvarani   101
17   Fauniera   96
18   BlackBandit222   93
19   RattaKuningas   80
20   Ripley   78
21   Tobydawq   74
22   Googolplex   59
23   AmisVelo   53
24   Vladimir   45
25   Armchair_Cyclist   44
26   BluesInTheBottle   39
27   LosBrolin   37
28   Rote_Laterne   34
29   Scrool07   30
30   Leadbelly   24
31   Search   17
32   Mellow_Velo   -4
33   Josedin   -19
34   Tigerion   -26
35   Laarsland   -42
36   Comodoro   -69
37   TotalPackage   -73
38   Otoxiep87   -190
   Collective_Wisdom   91


Green points

Yellow Knight and Just Some Guy come from no score to the top 10; LightBing has a 1st and a 3rd to secure top spot, and Koronin, Carlo and Bicycle Boy all have a second top ten placing in today's stage.

1   LightBing   115
2   Search   80
3   Carlo_Algatrensig, Koronin   75
5   RattaKuningas   65
6   Laarsland   50
7   ArchieBoy, Yellow_Knight   35
9   BicycleBoy   30
10   Googolplex, JustSomeGuy   25

Standings

Archie retains his lead, through unique pick Van Aert, but there are some teams with early momentum behind him: Carlo is up 6 places in 2nd, and BicycleBoy up 7 to 5th, but those are as nothing to LightBing's 27 place move to 7th.

1   ArchieBoy   982
2   Carlo_Algatrensig   850 
3   Search   801
4   Laarsland   797
5   BicycleBoy   721
6   RattaKuningas   720
7   LightBing   665
8   Otoxiep87   660
9   Ripley   652
10   Josedin   635
11   Googolplex   624
11   Tobydawq   624
13   Scrool07   610
14   DJSprtsch   606
15   JustSomeGuy   599
16   Armchair_Cyclist   597
17   Fauniera   596
18   Vladimir   589
19   BlackBandit222   587
19   TotalPackage   587
21   Triley36   584
22   Shalgo   567
23   LosBrolin   558
24   Rote_Laterne   555
25   Del1962   542
26   Mellow_Velo   528
27   Koronin   524
28   Salvarani   522
29   Yellow_Knight   494
30   Bminchow   490
31   Squire   484
32   AmisVelo   475
33   BluesInTheBottle   470
34   Comodoro   466
34   Leadbelly   466
36   Kazistuta   413
37   BikeRacer33   374
38   Tigerion   254
   Collective_Wisdom   552

Tomorrow should see far less change in the GC, and the sprinters we have chosen, or left unchosen, will probably affect the green points more than the main event.

Now I'm just hoping that ASO don't nullify that 5 second gap between Bernal and Thomas and render all my numbers incorrect.
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