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Old February 24, 2012, 02:03 PM   #9
243winxb
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Maybe I don't understand what you're saying, but why would scores over 300 lose? Let's say a shooter has a 270 average, so he gets +20 points as his handicap. He has a good night and shoots a 281, which is easily possible for someone with a 270 average, and ends up with a 301. Are you saying he loses?
Yes, a lose. This does not happen very often. If it does, its a new shooter that has picked there first H'C, making it to high. After they get there 4 highest scores for an average, its not likely to happen. The shooter that improves each month has a slight advantage over a constant shooter. A high master is still top dog, but can be beaten. Example > The * = a WIN. From many years ago.

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