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Expert skill Index
1

Bill Jones

33.05

2 Roger Mangum 32.13
3 Oscar Iglesias 30.33
4 Ned Troide 28.08
5 Scott Heyano 26.69
6 Mike McCrary 26.35
7 Eric Liddell 24.15
8 Connell McCrohan 21.88
9 Ben Gold 20.09
10 Dwayne Andrews 18.44

Performances

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  • Rank

    1

    Bill Jones
    Date Submitted: 2008-09-01
    Percent: 100.00%
    Verification Method: DVD
    Points

    284,975

  • Rank

    2

    Scott Heyano
    Date Submitted: 1985-06-30
    Percent: 68.15%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    194,200

  • Rank

    3

    Eric Liddell
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 60.93%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    173,625

  • Rank

    4

    Brien King
    Date Submitted: 2001-05-12
    Percent: 23.01%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    65,575

  • Rank

    5

    Donald Hayes
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 21.49%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    61,250

  • Rank

    6

    David Nelson
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 20.56%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    58,600

  • Rank

    7

    Jason Cram
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 13.92%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    39,675

  • Rank

    8

    Derek Fonda
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 13.49%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    38,450

  • Rank

    9

    Anthony Perrella
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 12.46%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    35,500

  • Rank

    10

    Mark Schulz
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 11.40%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    32,475

  • Rank

    11

    Shawn Cram
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 10.61%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    30,250

  • Rank

    12

    Bryan L Wagner
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 10.54%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    30,050

  • Rank

    13

    Rick Vinas
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 8.61%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    24,550

  • Rank

    14

    Jeff Notaro
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 6.80%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    19,375

  • Rank

    15

    Tom Gass
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 5.93%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    16,900

  • Rank

    16

    Joel Hedge
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 2.84%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    8,100

  • Rank

    17

    David Archey
    Date Submitted: 2008-05-31
    Percent: 2.27%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    6,475

  • Rank

    18

    James Bergtian
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 1.07%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    3,050

  • Rank

    19

    Robert Leaf
    Date Submitted: 2004-03-21
    Percent: 0.78%
    Verification Method: Referee
    Status: Undisputed
    Points

    2,225

Discussion
MOS -

Like for the Defender and Robotron tracks, a couple of weeks ago it could be verified, through re-surfaced TG documents, the ’80s scores was achieved using only 3 Ships/Men. The ’80s scores need to be split out, and have a separate tracks created for them.

However, for Defender and Stargate, the information about the difficulty settings (i.e. game speed) was so vague (”Difficulty - #5”) you have to wonder whether the arcades participating in these nationwide tournaments in the 1980s arrived at the same settings (?). 

As there is only one 80’s score left on the list: Scott Heyano’s (there used to be more?), maybe we could do with an *asterisk, and an explanation in a note?


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