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Re: 2020 TdF CQ Game
« on: September 04, 2020, 20:00 »
Stage 7
 
And I'm not sure that tomorrow will see much more change.
Shows what I know, important splits from the start, and echelons.

Green points

Today

1   ArchieBoy, ChrisDK, Ray10   80 (Van Aert)
4   Comodoro   53 (Boasson Hagen and Bernal)
5   Del1962   50 (Boasson Hagen)
6=   BluesInTheBottle, SafeBet   38 (Coquard and Bernal)
8   Koronin   36 (Coquard and Valverde)
9=   Josedin, JustSomeGuy   35 (Coquard)
11=   Bernalistas   3
24=   the rest   0
   Collective_Wisdom   3

Standings

The top two swap places, ChrisDK jumps from 12th to 3rd

1   ArchieBoy   263
2   Googolplex   214
3   ChrisDK   200
4   Salvarani   181
5=   AmisVelo   173
5=   Laarsland   173
5=   Search   173
8   SafeBet   169
9   Ray10   168
10   Josedin   158

Main Game

Bora and early gradients brought about points classification change, then Ineos and late winds laid into the GC.

VAN AERT Wout   116   3 teams
MARTIN Guillaume   60   2
QUINTANA ROJAS Nairo Alexander   60   1
BARDET Romain   50   7
BOASSON HAGEN Edvald   50   2
COQUARD Bryan   50   5
PINOT Thibaut   50   26
URAN URAN Rigoberto   50   7
ALAPHILIPPE Julian   46   2
BUCHMANN Emanuel   42   12
LOPEZ MORENO Miguel Angel   40   6
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BENNETT Sam   -30   4
LANDA MEANA Mikel   -43   1
CHAVES RUBIO Jhoan Esteban   -142   2
POGACAR Tadej   -286   2

Today

1   Ray10   251 (Van Aert, Pinot, Buchmann)
2   Leadbelly   236 (Martin, Pinot, Bardet, Buchmann)
3   Rote_Laterne   223 (Quintana, Pinot, Uran)
4   SafeBet   209 (Pinot, Coquard, Alaphilippe)
5   Triley36   207
6   Armchair_Cyclist   203
6   Northerner   203
8   Koronin   199
9   Bminchow   193
9   Otoxiep87   193
11   Josedin   192
12   Search   190
13   ArchieBoy   185
14   Del1962   161
15   Scrool07   159
16   BikeRacer33   148
17   DJSprtsch   139
18   Pirate81   136
19   Shalgo   133
20   AmisVelo   120
21   BluesInTheBottle   113
22   Comodoro   111
23   Yellow_Knight   95
24   Googolplex   93
25   Mellow_Velo   83
26   Laarsland   61
27   BicycleBoy   44
28   ChrisDK   -19
29   JustSomeGuy   -76
30   Salvarani   -148
   Collective_Wisdom   233


Standings

After Alaphilippe's bottle, Pogacar's puncture becomes the second cause of a dramatic fall from top spot.  It is, we discover today, possible for the same team to make a huge jump to 3rd place in the green competition and drop several places to last on the same day.

Comodoro moves into pole from second, and Del rises from 5th to 2nd.  Northerner completes the podium with a 5 place rise, matched by one entry to the top ten, Leadbelly, and beaten by the other one, Rote Laterne.

1   Comodoro   1433
2   Del1962   1388
3   Northerner   1347
4   BluesInTheBottle   1346
5   Search   1343
6   AmisVelo   1329
7   Leadbelly   1324
8   Rote_Laterne   1309
9   Otoxiep87   1305
10   BicycleBoy   1276
11   SafeBet   1269
12   Salvarani   1255
13   Triley36   1230
14   Shalgo   1227
15   Armchair_Cyclist   1214
16   Googolplex   1211
17   Bminchow   1179
18   Mellow_Velo   1170
19   BikeRacer33   1130
20   Scrool07   1070
21   Pirate81   1037
22   JustSomeGuy   1005
23   DJSprtsch   1001
24   Laarsland   999
25   Yellow_Knight   990
26   Koronin   961
27   Ray10   932
28   Josedin   810
29   ArchieBoy   777
30   ChrisDK   738
   Collective_Wisdom   1367

I'm going to stop guessing how exciting, or influential in the game, the next stage will be.

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