Rounders Block wrote:For scoring purposes I figured that we would just eliminate the top-6 rule and go true cumulative all the way through. Everyone plays each other twice and there's no need for us to set an invisible playoff dividing barrier that would differentiate the regular season from the playoffs. What do you think about this samo?
Oh, for sure. The Top-6 "invisible playoff barrier" (for the benefit of those who don't study/memorize the Octagon Rules like it's the Koran or something) was established so an H2H team that finished rank 7th for the (then mandatory) H2H playoffs and was therefore in the lower bracket playing mostly bad/dead teams was precluded from any possibility of going 27-0 or something crazy against said awful teams and "technically" moving past a higher ranked team playing in the "upper" playoff group.
So, yes, no doubt it should just be full-season standings if going with the No Playoff option.
Samo, Im on board.
Seriously disappointed you are not in the Champions league.
How dare you be the Floyd Mayweather to my Manny Pacquiao.
Do you guys know any H2H leagues scored by cumulative wins percentage? Or is the Octagon the only league ever to employ such a system.
In all reality we are applying year end Roto standings to a H2H league. Great idea not widely accepted or used by the fantasy community. Seasoned and tested by the Octagon but remains a progressive idea entering the 5th season.