13173Re: Ricochet Robot standings: October 2002
- Nov 4, 2002In my defense, when I actually play, I do alright, but I seem to miss
too many days. What with being an important doctor and all. . .Oh,
never mind, I just suck. But I'm getting better. . .
--- In Unity_Games@y..., "Susan Dohnim" <bibadoo@h...> wrote:
> >From: Ronald J Kimball <rjk@l...>
> >There's more to the story than this. ookpik and nix342 were
> >fighting it out for first place until the last few days of the
> >began the month poorly, but started improving again halfway
through and was
> >competing with SusanDohnim (Kyle) for third. At the end Dave
> >while Nick slipped a bit, allowing Kyle to catch up and share
> >me close behind in fourth.
> There's more to the story than even *that*. I wouldn't say that
> up so much as I had a tremendously good last week. Which brings us
> not unimportant tally of those who scored well in the Overall
> there are other ricochet players out there, believe it or not!
> 17th (515): Susan Dohnim
> 41st (387): Ookpik
> 46th (365): rjk
> 60th (329): Nix342
> 73rd (290): Socrates
> Ronald needed a good last day to get into Elite, and he did. Nick,
> other hand, caved under the pressure :). My good score is primarily
> the fact that I usually have a really really good day . . . or
finish in the
> bottom half.
> I'll also point out that Ronald made the cut for the US team --
> competing against the smelly Europeans in a monthly 20 on 20 match.
> you that want to join, ask for an invite to the US Talent Pool. I'm
> that Mr. Fontes has what it takes . . . not so sure about the rest
> (Now watch me slip to 200th in the rankings this month.)
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