The SR Rankings shows the number of ranking points earned by coaches and teams (i.e. Results) in the following combinations:
Virtual Points of the next SR Rankings. Naturally this information is not final, but the points values shown are because it is based on the last known Included Tournaments of the next SR Rankings. However, additional tournaments may finish until the next Turn Time which changes the points of the next SR Rankings.
Pending Points of ongoing Eligible Tournaments. Points of Participants who are beaten out of a tournament are probably final and does not likely to change. However, Points of Participants who are in the competition may easily change once their next match gets played. Naturally it is unknown when the ongoing tournaments of these points will finish and get included.
You can follow ongoing tournaments by checking Pending Points reglarly.
All Points of any time. It is possible to browse and filter all points ever earned on any of the ever Included Tournaments. When choosed, a button appears over the Table of Data indicating that preparing of the Table of Data may take long time for your PC. By clicking on the button you accept this and after some waiting (you may be warned by your browser some times) you will be presented with every single participations in almost all of the official FUMBBL tournaments.
To get all of your participations in official FUMBBL tournaments, just select ALL in the Result Combination Selector, write “=mycoachname” to the Coach Filter, click on the button, and be patient until your PC prepares the data for you. After it is done you may freely filter your results further or check other coaches’ or teams’ all-time progressions by using the Coach and Team Filters.
Filters are used to filter the Results provided by the Result Combination Selector.
The first entry field is used to filter tournaments by their Standardized Tournament Names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.
There other tournament filters are the following:
Rank: Filter by Rank
Level: Filter by Level
Format: Filter by Format
The entry field is used to filter coaches by their names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.
To verify how your current Coach Rankings was determined, just let Result Combination Selector on its default (CURRENT) value and write “=mycoachname” to the Coach Filter. If you conceded or fortfeited, that results should be at the top, then the rest sorted by Total Points decreasng. It is worth to see how the various Coach Slots of the various Slot Groups (esepecially R) are decreasing, how many Vacant Slots remained, and what Results got Wasted? If you only want to see the Points wich were added to your ranking, then set Coach Slot Group Name to Not W as well.
The entry field is used to filter teams by their names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.
There other team filters are the following:
Roster: Filter by Roster of Team
Division: Filter by Division of Team
It s possible to show records of tournament winners only.
Coach Slot Group Name: Filter coach results by allocated Slot Group name. This filter is only available for the first two Result Combinations. There is an extra Not W option which shows all unwasted coach results.
Team Slot Group Name: Filter team results by allocated Slot Group name. This filter is only available for the first two Result Combinations. There is an extra Not W option which shows all unwasted team results.
Occurrence: This filter is only available for the first two Result Combinations
Points earned by Explicit Qualifiers are indicated by a second row bracketed number in order of tournament finish time, newest first.
Format of the first three lines:
Standardized Tournament Name
[ Tournament Division ] Tournament Format ( Rules ) Number of Teams
Tournament Rank / Tournament Level / Tournament Format Tag / Range of Number of Teams for the Points Tables
The forth line contains the Point Allocation Scheme (taken from the Point Tables):
Initial Points | Points if last Win is in Round 1 | Points if last Win is in Round 2 | …
Shortly after the first match has been played in a new tournament it should appear in the Pending Points where you can check the tournament’s Point Allocation Scheme.
[ Division of Team ] Team Name
Team Roster Name
Informations by line:
Progression per Round
They links to FUMBBL match reports.
Possible icon for the tournament winner which reflect the prestige of the won:
In a series of tournaments, only the one with the highest level have Total Points shown among those which the coach or the team participated in. E.g. If a team makes to the LC QUALIFIER GROUP X but does not makes to the LC finals then its TOTAL POINTS will be shown next to its qualifier result.
In case of real or virtual Announced SR Rankings, there are two values in two lines, the first one is for the coach and the second one is for the team. The values must be identical, what could differ is whether any of both of them is a strikethrough text representing Wasted Results or double-strikethrough text representing Unaccepted Results.
In case of Pending Points or All Points, there must be one value only because points of these combinations are simply shown without being allocated to coaches and teams. Still, a double-strikethrough text represents Unaccepted Results.
All tournaments mast have this value shown. Otherwise, the structure and format is identical to the Total Points column.
In case of real or virtual Announced SR Rankings, there are two lines of slot information, the first one is for the coach and the second one is for the team. The format is the following:
Slot-Group of the Result Slot Number / Remaining Slots
Wasted slots have no Remaining-Slots value because they are unlimited in size.
As with every SR Rankings table, you can order columns which have up and downward triangles on the right side of their header. Just click on the column header to sort. By holding the Shift key, you can sort by multiple columns where the next column should resolve pervious ties.