Recap of Oct. 28 meeting

We’ll sum up the action of Oct. 28. My mother always taught me that if you have nothing good to say, you should say nothing at all. All you need to know can be found in the standings at the top of the page.

So, on with the statistical notables you might (or might not) find interesting:

** Assassin’s victory gives him a 10-point margin over second-place Competitor.

** By virtue of his second-place finish, the Competitor slides into second in the fourth quarter, easing past the remarkably unfocused Magic Man.

** Peel-Out’s Walk of Shame is the ninth time this year that the player who wins one week finishes last the next. It’s Peel-Out’s third such early exit.

** We took a look at most times each player finished in the same spot. Here are the results:

Peel-Out finished third five straight times (Feb. 4-March 4)
Assassin finished third three straight times (Jan. 15-28)
Competitor’s longest streak is two. He won twice in a row twice, and finished second, third and fourth twice in a row once each.
Hoot has had back-to-back finishes in the same spot four times, every position but third.
Magic Man, who leads the league in second- and fourth-place finishes, has repeated those twice each and went back-to-back last once.

And for Peel-Out, who claims that every statistical study places him at the bottom of each list, let’s all celebrate that he leads the league in third-place finishes with a dozen.

Gary Robinson posted at 2010-10-29 Category: Poker

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