Player Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4 Rd5 Rd6 Rd7 Rd8 Rd9 Rd10 Rd11 Rd12 H Pts

Larry Atwood

     30

     20

     Bye

     32

     12

     34

     32

     34

      20

     32

   0

0

246

John Herberger

30

    Bye

     20

  34

0

32

12

20

32

34

     20

    34

   268

 

The usual way ACF Scorekeepers figures Honor points for a tie breaker is by adding the total of the players opponentís total game points for each round, but dropping the lowest round so in this case, the summation of 11 rounds.

ChessArbiter selected a different formula as a tie breaker. He set it to break ties using "better result with the best opponents," which is different than just totaling one's opponent's scores.

Sonneborn-Berger Points are figured by multiplying the honor points you would receive from an opponent, by the score you received against them. Thus, itís an indication of how good your opponents were you played, and also how well you did against these opponents you played.


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