raymccullie wrote:I was under the impression (when I first read the ranking rules), that when the average number of games played went up, people with less then that would no longer show up on the board.
This is not the case. It's the lowest number of wins. If you take an average of a list of statistics you'll have some higher and some lower (as long as the numbers aren't the same). If you take away all of the statistics lower than the average, you've created a whole new average, which also has scores lower than it. If you kept doing this, you'd just end up with one left (that's the best I can explain it). So basically, using average isn't the way to go.
[quote="raymccullie"It sounds like the former but seems to be that, in order to get the 1/1 with 100% off the board, 100 people would have to be 2/2.[/quote]
1/1 with 100% will stay on the board as long as it's not lower than the rest of the board in terms of games won
. Once 100 people win 2 games, that 1/1 is kicked off of the board.
Blackson on Quadradius.