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All players must be entered with their highest known player-skill rating, from league, for the qualifying period.
This is the responsibility of the Charter Holder. Accuracy of player abilities are dependent upon proper submission and documentation from the Charter Holder. All Charter Holders are bound by the Code of Ethics of the NDA.
The highest known player-skill rating is determined by taking the highest player-skill (PPD/MPR) rating from a league season for the qualifying period of Jan 1, 2017 - May 6, 2018, including the current league season (remember this must be a minimum of 12 games in no less than four (4) weeks of league play).
For example, Pete played in the following leagues for Acme Vending:
Summer 2015 ending August 30 PPD 14.32
Fall 2015 ending December 15 PPD 13.75
Spring 2017 in play with 12 games over four weeks at time of submission PPD 15.01
The highest known player-skill rating for this player for tournament entry would be the 15.01 PPD from the Spring 2017 season currently in session. When providing player skills, the figure should be carried out two digits past the decimal.
Player ability assessment may be determined any of the following criteria:
A. Player-skill rating (as described previously).
B. Examination of overall local league ratings.
C. Known ability.
All decisions by the Junior Tournament Committee are final.
No Master-rated adult player over the age of 20 will be allowed to participate in the Junior Tournament. Master Players are defined as players with a PPD of 31 or higher OR a MPR of 3.5 or higher. Master-rated junior players will be classified at the Junior Tournament Committee’s discretion.
Standardized league results are the only accepted statistics.
|'01 Events||Cricket Events|
|Open In/Open Out||8 foot foul line|
|8 foot foul line||15.5" target face|
|15.5" target face||Split 50/25 point bull's eye|
|Full 50 point bull's eye|
All recorded player-skill ratings are achieved using the actual darts thrown. In addition, the following are standard formats for game play to calculate a player-skill rating:
Consistent tracking of player-skill ratings for each event is required. Submission of these ratings must show the cumulative accomplishments of each player. Failure to properly track or use of non-standard formats (e.g. Double In/Double Out) will disqualify the player.