I have to possibly assume that previous PAPAs might have had higher one game WPPR possibilities, but will check later.
Anyone aware of higher one game WPPR possibilities? I follow the current ifpa rules that don’t require half of the games possible to qualify played for a player to have their score count for ifpa purposes, but acknowledge that change could affect things.
It also makes me sad that our ten week eight person pinball league in Columbia, MO USA has second place at 1.74 points, but that’s another story.
I would say though you’d play the games in the b and a finals to earn those WPPRs, whereas I’m not just looking at playing one (or fewer) game in qualifying, but playing just one game total in the entire event.
Sorry if I was unclear - I guess I was paying more attention to work than I thought when I wrote this
At least 5.90 wpprs can be done. Erno Rotter got exactly 100 points on an entry in A at PAPA this year. If someone played a last minute ticket, had time for just one game, and got high score on it, they’d get 100 points.
It’s a weird grey area, because while none of the B players are technically ‘eliminated’ from winning the tournament (which makes it seeding because NOBODY is eliminated after qualifying) . . . more than half of the field will be eliminated by the time the ‘B division’ plays out and whoever that B winner is enters the A bracket at the bottom.