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Lewis class scoreing

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bakergun, Oct 16, 2009.

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  1. bakergun

    bakergun TS Member

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    Is it possible to explain in simple language I said simple how the Lewis scoring works
     
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    In simple language, no. Do a search on here for Lewis class and you hopefully will find the answer. There is also a website that explains it but I can't recall what it is but I'm sure someone else will post it.


    Eric
     
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    Bob_K Well-Known Member

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    The URL above gives an explanation. ...Bob_K...
     
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    This one is easier to understand

    Michael Stephenson
     
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    Simple and general explanation: Top score wins first class. The rest of the winners will depend on where the "line" is drawn for the rest of the classes. Where the "line" is drawn is based on the number of shooters who are playing and the number of classes.

    Jason
     
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    hmb Well-Known Member

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    In simple terms Class A winners are determined solely by their shooting skill(score shot in the event). Class B, C & etc. winners are determined by a combination of shooting skill and luck.

    If there are three classes then the pot is divided equally between the classes. The classes are determined by deviding the entrants into groups of equal number, dependent upon the score they shot. Each class can have 1st and 2nd place divided 60/40 or 1st, 2nd & 3rd divided 50/30/20 etc. depending on the number of entrants.

    Things get a little tricky when there are a lot of tie scores and an uneven number entrants when trying to decide which class to put them in. HMB
     
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