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The new points system kind of killed the big teams... For each 100K that a smaller team add to their PPD, we need to add almost 4 times more to our own PPD to match it in Chimp Points. That's what happening to us with HWC... We won't ever give up though
That is not the biggest problem. Look a couple of pages back i did some numbers regarding HWC average etc. The problem i see are when smaller teams are joining up with some heavy folders from other teams, see this:

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Originally Posted by Eggy88 View Post

NCIX Average last 4 days before the CC: 2.600.000 PPD,
NCIX Average first 4 days of the CC: 1.500.000 PPD
Difference 1.100.000

This has gone to HWC.

HWC Average PPD during CC: 3.500.000
NCIX is contributing with 1.100.000 of these

1.1 is 32% of 3.5 (Not the 30% they have added) 2% = about 350k (1,16pts per day)

11,87 - 1,16 = 10.70, this would be 0.2pts per day over us, leaving them about 1pt over us.
But hey, the rules are there now, so maybe they will be changed next year. For now i will just hang in the last 4 days (Doing 120k ppd)

At least we have all contributed with A LOT of folding for Standford, that's what matters.
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The new points system kind of killed the big teams... For each 100K that a smaller team add to their PPD, we need to add almost 4 times more to our own PPD to match it in Chimp Points. That's what happening to us with HWC... We won't ever give up though
Honestly I am mildly shocked and super proud to see that even with that handicap as a big team we are still for the moment holding on to second place. It is really a testament to our teams tenacity and ability to mobilize.
    
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Yeah the new points system is what is holding us back, and Evga.

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Honestly I am mildly shocked and super proud to see that even with that handicap as a big team we are still for the moment holding on to second place. It is really a testament to our teams tenacity and ability to mobilize.
Agreed
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Yeah the new points system is what is holding us back, and Evga.
EVGA is being held back because their team doesn't give a crap about the CC. They got what 40 percent on to their CC team. We got 85 plus. HWC got 80 percent plus 50 percent of NCIX.
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I'll be dropping a 74k Point WU here in about 12 hours which will allow me to get another -bigadv WU before the end of the CC. I'll switch over to SMP after the next one drops because I wont get 2 more -bigadv in before the 15th (or it would be pushing it, I'll have to wait until the next one is done to see).
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They should have categories... like the weigh categories in boxing.

As an example (now mind you, I have no experience in this kind of thing)...

Those who can do, lets say as an example, 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 points in a month are the heavy weights.

The 1,000,000 to 4,999,999 are the middle weights.

The less that 1,000,000 points are the light weights.

You compete in your respective weight class.

The other option to consider is for next time, OCN may want to look at hooking up with some of the lower point producing groups and team up. Sort of creating a foster program for these types of competitions. I am sure some of those low producing points folding teams would love to be on the bandwagon of a winning team.

I dunno... just a though or two in my head.
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Originally Posted by Eggy88 View Post
That is not the biggest problem. Look a couple of pages back i did some numbers regarding HWC average etc. The problem i see are when smaller teams are joining up with some heavy folders from other teams, see this:



But hey, the rules are there now, so maybe they will be changed next year. For now i will just hang in the last 4 days (Doing 120k ppd)

At least we have all contributed with A LOT of folding for Standford, that's what matters.
The team captains accounted for NCIX joining HWC for the CC, they just failed a little in their calculations
But yeah, Stanford wins no matter what

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Honestly I am mildly shocked and super proud to see that even with that handicap as a big team we are still for the moment holding on to second place. It is really a testament to our teams tenacity and ability to mobilize.
I agree too Go OCN!!

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EVGA is being held back because their team doesn't give a crap about the CC. They got what 40 percent on to their CC team. We got 85 plus. HWC got 80 percent plus 50 percent of NCIX.
It would be hard to EVGA reach the 11CP/day mark, they would have to participate in the CC with 24mil+ everyday...
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We may be second... but we are PURE OCN crewmembers... no adoptions here!
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Guys we need to stop complaining about the current scoring system. Lets focus on folding more total points than evga. Considering the behemoth of a team they are that would be a huge accomplishment. I say we go for it!
    
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it's a competition, we pretty much have to whine about the scoring.

You really cant deny that it is unfair though.
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