Quoted from luckycreature:
Not sure I understand the scoring. first round is almost over and for example one group
Raymond Davidson has 10-2 for his result
Wayne Saegar 4-8
Donna Wai 2-10
Carmen Barone 8-4
What does that mean as far as standings go?
Scoring is very simple... It's how many people you beat and how many people you lost to in your individual match (This is match play - not playing against all other games). You and 3 other people are grouped together and play 4 games in a match. You score each game result based on how many people you beat, and how many beat you. Hence, a perfect score is beating all three other players on all four games means a perfect score is 3x4 = 12. So you are 12-0 (12 wins, 0 losses). You play 5 of these matchs a day.
Your standings are always based on your record... keeping it simple, your number of wins is what everyone follows. That's your 'points' loosely.
How ties and groupings work is far more complex... but the important thing to follow is.. how many wins someone has.
After day 1, the field is broken up into divisions.. you only play people in your division on day 2. After day 2, those who are above the line in their division make playoffs.. everyone else is done.
So everyone plays at least 2 days... playoff qualifiers play in day 3.