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HELP WANTED for Fall 2017 Win in Wichita Regional!

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A key part of the formula for making our tournament the very best is the availability of partners to play with partners who want to play but don't have partners.  Would you please consider volunteering for:


       1.  Playing with non-partnered partners in your master point category for at least one session?

 And/or

       2.  Sitting at the partnership desk before each session to assist in answering questions about partnerships for different sessions? 


The more the merrier AND the easier.  Your availability does not automatically mean that you will be playing if there is no partner who needs a partner for that particular session.  Sitting at the partnership desk will not interfere with your ability to play in the session which follows.  


If you have questions or want to volunteer, please alert Betty Riemen( ctrstate@cox.net ) or Karen Humphreys

( kmhumphreys29@gmail.com )about your interest and availability.  The success of our tournament is in your hands!

 

 

 

 

 

 
Races and Ratings

This page has links to Unit 132 and District 15 races, Unit 132 masterpoint holdings, and Power Ratings.

Ace of Clubs - 2016
Mini McKenny - 2016
Ace of Clubs - 2015
Mini McKenny - 2015
Ace of Clubs - 2014
Mini McKenny - 2014
Ace of Clubs - 2013
Mini McKenny - 2013
Power Ratings

Click here for Unit 132 Power Ratings.

Click here for District 15 Power Ratings.

Chris Champion of Colorado crunches results to produce player power ratings. He includes all ACBL tournament results. He also includes club results if a club sends him the game files each month. Currently, Wichita and Dodge City are doing this.

So what exactly are Power Ratings? In Chris's words, "When I bowled, no one ever asked me what the total number of pins I knocked down was, but a lot of bowlers wanted to know what my average was. Master Points is the total number of pins. Power Ratings is the bowling average."

So, what does the number mean? It is the average game percentage you would have with yourself as a partner. I looked up Jeff Meckstroth's. It is somewhere around 74%!

It is also easy to have an individual summary. If you wish the summary to be private only, please say so. Click here to send an email asking for either (private or public summary).

Masterpoint Holdings