RANKINGS - 2007-08 Season

Discussion in 'World Championships' started by Jason, Nov 15, 2007.

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  1. Jason

    Jason New Member

    1770, aaron? i said 1711 to you yesterday..your not listening correctly :p
     
  2. DarthPika

    DarthPika New Member

    YES!!!!!!!!!

    My bro. is 21st in the US!!!

    There must be a mistake on the top 25 masters though because I'm not on their. :tongue::lol:
     
  3. Ho Megas Alexandros

    Ho Megas Alexandros New Member

    So from what I gather, if I go to GoPokemon.com and do a rankings search for masters in north america at the end of the season, those in the top 25 will be invited to worlds?
     
  4. DarthPika

    DarthPika New Member

    Top 25!!?

    Is it the same for seniors?
     
  5. Big Daddy Snorlax

    Big Daddy Snorlax Administrator

    Here is the table of Rating Invites:
     
  6. JandPDS

    JandPDS New Member

    TOP25 SENIORS - NORTH AMERICA (STATES)
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    Rank Name Rating Age Div State Country
    -----------------------------
    1 Dylan B. 1913.31 SR NJ US
    2 Clint A. 1901.93 SR OR US
    3 zmirman 1887.78 SR NV US
    4 Orion C. 1883.14 SR FL US
    5 Kevin W. 1878.55 SR TN US
    6 Jose S. 1876.65 SR TX US
    7 Jonathan B. 1870.39 SR MA US
    8 KrazyKevin 1866.49 SR CO US
    9 Michael D. 1866.38 SR NJ US
    10 Nick C. 1839.62 SR NY US
    11 Dylan L. 1831.04 SR NH US
    12 Zakary K. 1828.53 SR MO US
    13 Mark L. 1824.46 SR MN US
    14 Ryne M. 1819.27 SR OH US
    15 Keaton G. 1812.36 SR IN US
    16 Austin C. 1808.84 SR TX US
    17 Taylor M. 1804.63 SR TN US
    18 Monta S. 1802.88 SR ON CA
    19 Joseph L. 1801.50 SR AZ US
    20 Geoffrey S. 1792.07 SR PA US
    21 Philip M. 1791.84 SR MD US
    22 Angela W. 1790.82 SR WI US
    23 Curran H. 1785.48 SR NC US
    24 Jordan B. 1785.45 SR TX US
    25 Jeremy S. 1782.79 SR WA US


    #25 already has his invite to worlds so for seniors you might as welll show the top 26
     
  7. FriedBlaziken

    FriedBlaziken New Member


    my dad talked to dave schwimmer and he says that sydney cities WILL be uploaded, meaning i will bea t around the 1750-1770 mark. probably 50 points clear of the rest of yous.
     
  8. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

    Well, yes and no. The T25 get invites without the "trickle down" effect from the Nationals. I would assume that if you take the T8 US and T4 of both Mexico or Canada that the number will be a bit higher. I would assume that out of those 16 invites atleast 12 or more will players that will end up invovled in the the trickle down process. If that is the case the you could theoretically be in 41st place in NA and get an invite. It would be safe to say atleast the T30 are gonna have invites from either Nats or Rankings, but it could be as many as the 41st ranked player if you do the math.

    Drew
     
  9. AnimeDDR110

    AnimeDDR110 New Member

    Dylan Bryan #1 Senior In The World According to POP. IMPOSSIBLE.
    He really needs to shuffle his deck better. i think thats why he wins just about every game.
    (Not trying to be mean just my two cents.)
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2008
  10. z-man

    z-man New Member

    TOP25 SENIORS - NORTH AMERICA (STATES)
    =============================
    Rank Name Rating Age Div State Country
    -----------------------------
    1 Dylan B. 1913.31 SR NJ US
    2 Clint A. 1901.93 SR OR US
    3 zmirman 1887.78 SR NV US
    4 Orion C. 1883.14 SR FL US
    5 Kevin W. 1878.55 SR TN US
    6 Jose S. 1876.65 SR TX US
    7 Jonathan B. 1870.39 SR MA US
    8 KrazyKevin 1866.49 SR CO US
    9 Michael D. 1866.38 SR NJ US
    10 Nick C. 1839.62 SR NY US
    11 Dylan L. 1831.04 SR NH US
    12 Zakary K. 1828.53 SR MO US
    13 Mark L. 1824.46 SR MN US
    14 Ryne M. 1819.27 SR OH US
    15 Keaton G. 1812.36 SR IN US
    16 Austin C. 1808.84 SR TX US
    17 Taylor M. 1804.63 SR TN US
    18 Monta S. 1802.88 SR ON CA
    19 Joseph L. 1801.50 SR AZ US
    20 Geoffrey S. 1792.07 SR PA US
    21 Philip M. 1791.84 SR MD US
    22 Angela W. 1790.82 SR WI US
    23 Curran H. 1785.48 SR NC US
    24 Jordan B. 1785.45 SR TX US
    25 Jeremy S. 1782.79 SR WA US

    I'm in 3rd place!!! :biggrin: Now all I gotta do is keep above the 25 mark, and I'll finally get an invite to worlds.
     
  11. Cyrus

    Cyrus Iron Chef - Master Emeritus

    Ehhh...Isn't that a little rude?

    Being a #1-ranked player doesn't necessarily mean you're the "best" player, but it also doesn't mean that you aren't deserving of that spot.
     
  12. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

    I agree, when I read the same post I thought the exact same thing.

    Drew
     
  13. Nu Gundam

    Nu Gundam New Member

    *Checks the rankings in the Senior division* Wow, Monta is the only non-US player that is in the Rankings invite range. So can POP spare 5 slots for Canada and Mexico for each age division ... pretty please? :tongue:
     
  14. AnimeDDR110

    AnimeDDR110 New Member

    I'm sorry everyone if it was a little rude, but when i played him at states, he shuffled his deck for about 3 seconds, in a kind of awkward motion, like the cards were set up a certain way. I noticed this right away, and then i ask him politely; "can you shuffle your deck a little better?" And he goes, giving a minor attitude, "Why?" i didn't want to start an arguement but he gets the best hand i've ever seen and gets a fully powered up Gallade T2.

    And, like i said, i did not want to be rude saying that, just my way of being aware.
    if your reading this Dylan i am sorry but thats the way i am.
    And i wasn't the only one suspicious that day.

    I also apologize to Cyrus & Drew. Like I said in my original post, that's my two cents.
    yes i know thats the way it goes, but still i go by standings rather than whether they're deserving the spot or not, because that tellls me enough if they're deserving that spot or no enough.
     
  15. Jason

    Jason New Member

    dude, next time when facing him at Regionals - CUT HIS DECK.
    That's your solution.

    Lots of the time when I face deckstackers, I always attempts to cut their deck before they get to draw.
     
  16. AnimeDDR110

    AnimeDDR110 New Member

    Thank for telling me Jason over aim on what to do in this worse case scenario.
     
  17. Umbreon777

    Umbreon777 New Member

    Horray! I'm 11th Masters!
     
  18. AnimeDDR110

    AnimeDDR110 New Member

    I'm 30th in Seniors NJ =/
    I need to catch up -.-
     
  19. drmario

    drmario New Member

    If your that worried about them stacking their deck you are also allowed to do a quick shuffle of their deck instead of a cut.
    From the official rules. Section 7.
     
  20. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    AnimeDDR:

    Why didn't you just shuffle his deck?
     

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