Fall 16 League

 

Fall 16 Division 

 

Summer 16 League

 

Summer 16 Division

  
The MVP Program will be based on a skill level tiered system. Division stats are available on Member Services and the breakdown of the tiers are as follows:
 
                                                             8-Ball                                 9-Ball
Skill Levels 2-3                            Skill Levels 1-3
Skill Levels 4-5                            Skill Levels 4-5
Skill Levels 6-7                            Skill Levels 6-9
 
Using regular session data (playoffs not included), MVP qualified players will be
determined by the using their Points Available Percentage (PA). Calculations on how this is figured can be found at the bottom of this page.
 
A MVP from each tier will Receive a MVP Patch per division per tier.
 
A MVP will be named for the entire League per tier per session and they will receive a plaque for their accomplishments.
 
Each player will need 8 matches played per team to be a participant in the MVP Program.
 
To calculate the PA use the following equation:
 
Number of Points Earned / Number of Points Available
 
Example 8-Ball:
In every 8-Ball match, a player has 3 point available to win.
If a player played 10 matches, they had 30 points available to win.
If they won a total of 13 points in those 10 matches then the calculation is:
13 / 30 = 0.43 or 43%
 
The player won 43% of the points available “PA” to them during the session.
 
Example 9-Ball:
In every 9-Ball match, a player has 20 points available to win.
If a player played 10 matches, they had 200 points available to win.
If they won a total of 162 points in those 10 matches then the calculation is:
162 / 200 = 0.81 or 81%
 
The player won 81% of the points available “PA” to them during the session.
   
Ties will be broken in the following order using regular session play data:
Tri-Cup Tournament Match Scores will not be included.
 
Total number of matches played, if still tied, a comparison will be done by win 
percentage.If the tie is still not broken, a comparison will be done by performance 
points, and lastly, if still tied, a comparison will be done of life-time win percentage.