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Old post #301 posted Nov 11th 2015, 16:39:53 Quote 
Now, I will begin the teasing..........

It appears that the spending was not balanced in the final 2 races - meaning that one race saw much more SRS spent and the people that spent in the other race will be quite happy with the results!
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Old post #302 posted Nov 11th 2015, 16:44:50 Quote 
Quote ( Kevin Abdalla @ November 11th 2015,16:39:53 )

It appears that the spending was not balanced in the final 2 races - meaning that one race saw much more SRS spent and the people that spent in the other race will be quite happy with the results!


My bet goes for race 16.
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Old post #303 posted Nov 11th 2015, 16:55:57 Quote 
I am 500/1 to win ;)
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Old post #304 posted Nov 11th 2015, 17:08:29 Quote 
I would just like not to relegate, which is highly doubtful :(
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Old post #305 posted Nov 11th 2015, 17:12:24 (last edited Nov 11th 2015, 17:12:46 by Josh Clark) Quote 
I'm fine with a podium so long as the team wins :)

E: God I sound like Hamilton.
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Old post #306 posted Nov 11th 2015, 17:32:10 Quote 
Just pull the trigger already and end my A-Division run.
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Old post #307 posted Nov 11th 2015, 18:28:14 Quote 
r16 was high spending and r17 low spending I know that
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Old post #308 posted Nov 11th 2015, 18:57:43 Quote 
Quote ( Kevin Abdalla @ November 11th 2015,16:35:42 )

I am still hoping to have everything ready by 19:00 CET at the latest.


Liar - it should be 20:00 CET at the latest.
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Old post #309 posted Nov 11th 2015, 19:52:01 Quote 
RACE 16 RESULTS





SEASON STANDINGS





TEAM STANDINGS


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Old post #310 posted Nov 11th 2015, 19:52:05 (last edited Nov 11th 2015, 19:52:42 by Kevin Abdalla) Quote 
RACE 17 RESULTS





FINAL SEASON STANDINGS

Congratulations to Stefan G. who takes his first title. In what was the closest deciding tie-breaker in SRS history, Stefan just barely nipped Josh C. Each player had 2 wins and a 2nd place, but it was Stefan's 3rd place in Race 6 that decided it.

This season saw a reverse to the previous season as there is a high spending in Race 16. In order to be able to claim the title, Stefan needed a lot of things to go right and they all happened.

Both Goran S. & Josh C. had a chance at the title but lost it when they went for the Race 16 all-in. The most fortuitous break which allowed Stefan to claim the title was the fact that Igor A. inexcplicably spent ALL of his SRS in Race 16 when just 73 SRS was needed for the win

Stefan's winning points total of 62 points equals the lowest winning score in SRS history (Jun H. also had 62 in S7). In general, this season generally favoured those who saves and then spent big. After struggling for several seasons in SRS-B, Stefan has now achieved an 8th last season and a win this season.

Well done to Josh C. (2nd) & Goran S. (3rd) who finish the season on the podium! For Josh, he will be disappointed by losing such a close tie-breaker. It is his 2nd career podium finish with a 3rd place in the inaugural SRS season. This is Goran's best finish but I'm sure he will be frustrated by how things unfolded in the latter half of the season. Also notable is how close Kyle M. was able to get to the title at the end - The big spending in Race 16 actually helped Kyle out overall as he was able to score in both of the final races.


Relegation Zone
It is a tight battle to avoid relegation - El-Rahim J. & Rocco S. both saved themselves from relegation by going against the trend and spending in Race 17.

There is a 3-way tie at the edge of the relegation zone with Andreas R. barely avoiding relegation. Relegating this season are 3 former SRS champions as Noel M, Nate L. & Davi Q. are all headed to the B-League. Jim S, who has spent all 12 seasons in the top league finishes in the relegation zone. He may still stay in SRS-A if another player happens to retire.








FINAL TEAM STANDINGS

Congratulations to Toyota who take the team title. Toyota finishes with a total of 120 points which is 4 points better than the next best team. Congrats to Josh C. & Alex B. who have taken the title in their 2nd season together!





CONGRATS to STEFAN GOMMANS , our Season 12 SRS Champion!


CONGRATS to TOYOTA , our Season 12 SRS Team Champion!


CONGRATS to KYLE MORRIS on capturing ROOKIE OF THE SEASON for Season 12 of SRS!



Thanks to everyone for joining and playing and continuing to make this game a success. Look for the Season 13 thread sometime tomorrow.


PLEASE Confirm your spot for Next Season in the NEW thread after it opens - there is no need to do that in this thread!
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Old post #311 posted Nov 11th 2015, 19:58:46 (last edited Nov 11th 2015, 20:02:33 by Kyle Morris) Quote 
I was not expecting to get 4th from the end of that :o and being 1 poin behind the winner :o but no wins wouldn't have helped xD

Great job Stefan and Toyota :)

And also, sorry for taking the rookie crown Richard??
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Old post #312 posted Nov 11th 2015, 19:59:32 Quote 
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Old post #313 posted Nov 11th 2015, 20:00:12 Quote 
Three (!!!) (3 !!!) Champions relegated, wou :D
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Old post #314 posted Nov 11th 2015, 20:08:35 Quote 
Skirted relegaton again,was convinced I was a B..
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Old post #315 posted Nov 11th 2015, 20:16:09 Quote 
NOOOOO JIM!!!! :(

Looks like I'm on the hunt for a new team-mate next season :|
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Old post #316 posted Nov 11th 2015, 22:27:22 Quote 
Wow I'm impressed that I was the last one to not relagate, well that's ... no words. :D

Anyways that was one of the hardest brainkiller season ever, congrats to those who got that shiny title next to his name.
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Old post #317 posted Nov 11th 2015, 22:31:55 Quote 
Quote ( Kevin Abdalla @ November 11th 2015,19:52:05 )

Congratulations to Stefan G. who takes his first title. In what was the closest deciding tie-breaker in SRS history, Stefan just barely nipped Josh C. Each player had 2 wins and a 2nd place, but it was Stefan's 3rd place in Race 6 that decided it.


Quote ( Kevin Abdalla @ November 11th 2015,19:52:05 )

Stefan's winning points total of 62 points equals the lowest winning score in SRS history (Jun H. also had 62 in S7). In general, this season generally favoured those who saves and then spent big. After struggling for several seasons in SRS-B, Stefan has now achieved an 8th last season and a win this season.


Hell yeah :D didn't expected that to happen :P
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Old post #318 posted Nov 11th 2015, 22:59:03 (last edited Nov 11th 2015, 23:00:16 by Goran Slunjski) Quote 
I have to admit that I'm really disappointed.
I really really believed that max 1 of those guys on 55 SRS (before race 16) will go all in and didn't expected Davi to go all in neither.
And something that doesn't affect my title but Josh's... that move by Igor,is really the worst move I have seen so far in this game.

But fact that makes me the most disappointed is, that my Mate didn't survived this season :( In the end, team title is priority for me and I was sure until race 14-15 that we could take it,but after I realized that Toyota will won it I was disappointed and at the end of this season maybe is that a reason that pushed me for going all-in in race 16 and try to make some small miracle.

Sorry for bothering but I felt that I need to wrote it :)

Anyway,it was a great season,full of twist... as Kevin said,it's my best season so far,but I'll search for the win in next season too,so we can continue that curse of 1 win ;)

Great game Kev,I still believe Elite Black sheep was your best game so far,but damn, this one is a great replacement for it heheh :)

And ofc,Congrats to Stef and Toyota guys for title,well deserved.
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Old post #319 posted Nov 11th 2015, 23:21:41 Quote 
No Davi!!! :(

Congrats to Stefan, well deserved!
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Old post #320 posted Nov 11th 2015, 23:45:24 Quote 
I what"!..... how'd I... o.O ... ok... I'm staying once more time it appears
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Old post #321 posted Nov 12th 2015, 00:43:00 Quote 
Unbelievable, that all but one person that could've out-spent me that race did.

If there isn't a second retirement I'm not sure if I'll go more than 1 season in B league...
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Old post #322 posted Nov 12th 2015, 01:03:19 Quote 
Quote ( Goran Slunjski @ November 11th 2015,22:59:03 )

that move by Igor,is really the worst move I have seen so far in this game.


didn't he send like 6 or 7 rounds in advance though? So, I don't think he chose that amount, just opted to go all in on Race 16 without knowing the amount he had. I was led to believe Igor had done something like that anyway.

Unlucky Jim. Who knows, maybe Kevin will abandon the B-league. I think it'd be better (imo) to have a two group single tier game, and then with a top 8 split in each or something for a "final" championship round that could be done SRS-Xrpess style :) I think it'd be better anyway for the game to not have two leagues so that players keep interested to play. If players know they have a chance to win each season without having to spend a season in a lower league, it'd keep players on the game I feel.

Anyway, many thanks again to Kevin for running the game for all these seasons, you do a great job mate. And keeping the game in exactly the same spirit when it was devised, its only really changed with minor rule tweaks.

Good luck everyone next season :)
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Old post #323 posted Nov 12th 2015, 08:58:20 Quote 
I am happy to stay out in SRS-A after all this now xD

Does that make me the only person playing 8/10+ seasons without relegation then?
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Old post #324 posted Nov 12th 2015, 09:32:19 Quote 
Me. Haven't been relegated since Season 2 :D
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Old post #325 posted Nov 12th 2015, 10:02:57 Quote 
Bugger.

Happy with the team title though, which was the ultimate goal :)

Congrats to Stef, really surprised at that, although I don't know what... ;)

And thanks Kevin for hosting.
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Old post #326 posted Nov 12th 2015, 13:39:09 Quote 
Quote ( Kyle Morris @ November 11th 2015,19:58:46 )

And also, sorry for taking the rookie crown Richard??


It's OK! I made a lot of mistakes this season, especially when I was trying to save SRS.

Quote ( Andreas Ramann @ November 11th 2015,22:27:22 )

Wow I'm impressed that I was the last one to not relagate, well that's ... no words. :D


Team up next season as well? :)


Congrats, Stefan! :) You should watch your back next season, though, as I will be aiming for 4th place at least. :)
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Old post #327 posted Nov 12th 2015, 14:17:58 Quote 
Quote ( Jim Sikma @ November 12th 2015,00:43:00 )

Unbelievable, that all but one person that could've out-spent me that race did.

If there isn't a second retirement I'm not sure if I'll go more than 1 season in B league...


Can't have Jim relegating, so...

#I-retire

3 seasons playing and took the B league title and A league title as well as a Team Championship. Can't grumble about that. All the best, people. :)
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Old post #328 posted Nov 12th 2015, 16:49:10 Quote 
SEASON SUMMARY

So, how did Stefan take the title this season? Well here is the summary of SRS spent & points earned for Season 12.......








Quote ( Dominik Karda @ November 12th 2015,08:58:20 )

Does that make me the only person playing 8/10+ seasons without relegation then?


Rocco S.: 11 consecutive SRS-A seasons

Chew K.W: 11 consecutive SRS-A seasons (10 consecutive in top 20)

Dominik K: 11 consecutive SRS-A seasons (10 consecutive in top 20)

Andreas R.: 8 consecutive SRS-A seasons

ENDING THIS SEASON: Jim S. (12 consecutive in top 20)
Noel M. (8 consecutive in top 20)


Hopefully, everyone else will be able to return for Season 13.

I am still hoping to get the NEW season's thread open later today but it may have to wait until tomorrow.





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Old post #329 posted Nov 12th 2015, 17:01:26 (last edited Nov 12th 2015, 17:02:03 by István Adorján) Quote 
If I switch my spent SRS's of last two races, or send only 10 for #16 ... Ohhh my god! :(
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Old post #330 posted Nov 12th 2015, 18:31:50 (last edited Nov 12th 2015, 18:32:59 by Kevin Abdalla) Quote 

OK - the thread for the NEW Season (S13) is ready to go:

/gb/forum/ViewTopic.asp?TopicId=25679&Page=1&E=1#scroll

and the Season Break schedule:




SEASON BREAK / Season 13 Registration SCHEDULE

Tuesday November 10th:

> SRS-A Race 16 & 17 Race Deadline
> SRS-B Race 13 Results


Wednesday November 11th:
> SRS-A Race 16 & 17 Final Results


Thursday November 12th

> Season 13, SRS-A thread starts.
> Top 20 from (S12)SRS-A begin confirming their positions for SRS-A.
> Relegators may confirm their position in SRS-B & waiting list for SRS-A (by order of finish)


Friday November 13th

> SRS-B Race 14 & 15 Deadline @ 23:00


Saturday November 14th

>SRS-B Final Results

> Top 6 from (S12)SRS-B begin confirming their positions for SRS-A.
NOTE - Top 3 will choose in order which team (and number) in SRS-A they would like to join. Each person has 18 hours to make their selection before it moves to the next person. After the first 3 have chosen, it will be a first-come first-serve basis.


Tuesday November 17th @ 23:59:59 CET

> Deadline for returning SRS-A players to confirm will be 23:59:59 CET


Thursday November 19th @ 23:59:59 CET

> Deadline for (S12)SRS-B Players confirmation/registration in (S13) SRS-A.
> At this point, the field will be set for (S13) SRS-A and any available spots will be filled by the alternates.


Saturday November 21st

> Season 13, SRS-B thread starts.
> Retaining players from SRS-B confirm their participation in Season 13 of SRS-B.
> Relegated players are able to choose their teams and numbers.
> New players are invited to join SRS-B if spots are available, otherwise new players may join the waiting list.


Tuesday November 24th

> [S13]SRS-A Race #1 (of 17) deadline @ 23:00 CET



Friday November 27th

> Deadline for returning SRS-B and relegated SRS-A players to confirm will be 23:59:59 CET on Friday


Tuesday December 1st

> [S13]SRS-B Race #1 (of 15) deadline @ 23:00 CET




Please let me know if I've made any errors transposing this from last season's dates etc. or ask if anything is unclear.





Once again, thanks all for playing........
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