Pulp Fiction: Collector´s Edition
"If you're going to base someone's standings based on how they matched against another person, then I would suggest to not.
I could get a plus 20 if I went against someone less popular than say Drugs. Because I went against Drugs, I got the plus two." (Page 8ish)
I need the votes!!!
I might be eliminated!
thats the point, if you dont score over drugmunky then you arent as popular as him, therefore you go down on the list...
i like to call it Interweb Darwinism
darkish_raven, perhaps you missed my reply. It goes like this...
After voting ends, I count how many votes each user received. Whoever had more votes won.
Day 1 is basically alphabetical order matches. In other words, I put all users in alphabetical order, and post them in matches based on that.
Day 1 looks like this...
The days following, I take the second user in a match, and move them down. The bottom user goes up to the top.
This is what day 2 looks like.
For the standings, I update it after every match. The standins aren't official. They're just where you are at. After you've faced every other user, you'll see you're final standing.
Have I been clear? If not, I'll try to do my best to explain it again, but I think this is good enough. Just ask again, if you're still confused, ok?
[Edited by Ryan-, 9/21/2007 8:12:37 PM]