Figuring Out PvP Losses?

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Figuring Out PvP Losses?

Being curious (I'm a cat after all) I often wonder how many losses those top-25 guys have.

I worked out a formula, with help from the guys in my Platoon, Kong chat & Global chat:

For every 100 wins? Add: 800, then 500 per 100 after that (Win Points or WP)
Then take their current Rate and -1000
Subtract this number from the Wins Points and divide by 8...

That should be, very roughly, their losses.

480 Wins is: 800 + 1500 + 400 = 2700
Rate is 2200 - 1000 = 1200
2700 - 1200 = 1500 /8 = 187... he reports 150

Thus: 400 Wins = 800, 500, 500, 500 = 2300 WP
He has a Rate of 2200 - 1000 = 1200
2300 -1200 = 1100 /8 = 137... he reported 115 losses... close? (Not really.)

330 Wins = 800 + 1000 + 150 = 1950
Rate is 1840 - 1000 = 840
1950 - 840 = 1110 / 8 = 138... he reported 131

157 Wins = 800 + (57 x 5) 285 = 1085
Rate is 1960 - 1000 = 960
1085 - 960 = 125 / 8 = 15... He had 9 losses

How about a big number? 737 wins?
800 + (500 x 6) 3000 + (37 x 5) 185 = 3985
Rate is 2550 - 1000 = 1550
So: 3985 - 1550 = 2435 / 8 = 304... He reported having 329 losses...

Well, there you have it! Not particularly accurate, and I might adjust the numbers again if people report it's too far off their proper loss numbers.
Have fun with it!
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5Cats
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Re: Figuring Out PvP Losses?

As a loss number or win %?

We are mostly big boys and know how the numbers work...just a way to see them cleary...
I actually like stats...i would have a lot more if i could
(individual results, my history vs each opp, a stat on the cards i use, etc...)

Assassin
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Re: Figuring Out PvP Losses?

Hello 5cats,

I took the liberty to make a formula based on your figures as well. This one is mine,...

A = battles won
B = days played PvP in season (At the time you've submitted this post, this was about 30 days)
C = Bots per day (I've taken an average of 3)
D = Current rate

((A/B)-C) X ((D-1000)/100) = estimated number of losses.

Hope this is any help to you,

Cheers,...
Pieter
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