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    [center]Pick-A-Winner (PAW) #42 – RUSSIAN CHALLENGE - 2008


    Welcome to Pick-A-Winner (PAW), the Predictions game!

    Playing is simple: over the course of the tournament choose any 30 matches in the Single's Main Draw (Round-64 to Final) and Double's Main Draw (Quarter Final to Final), post who you think will win them.

    Round-64 : 32 ms
    Round-32 : 16 WS, 16 MS
    Round-16 : 8 WS, 8 MS
    QtrFinal : 4 WS, 4 MS, 4 WD, 4 MD, 4 XD
    Sm.Final : 2 WS, 2 MS, 2 WD, 2 MD, 2 XD
    .Final.. : 1 WS, 1 MS, 1 WD, 1 MD, 1 XD

    .Total.. : 115 matches, choose 30 matches




    League Table RUSSIAN CHALLENGE 2008 Day-1


    .#. Player................P....W....L....Pts




    The Most Pickers Match

    -------------Matches-----------------------Picks---Win--Loss




    The Fixtures and Scoring Points:


    Round-64

    Men's Single's

    NO.[..] MT101: [ ]Ville.Lang.. v [ ]V.Vorobejev.(. 4 - 26 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT102: [ ]V.Myasnikov. v [ ]M.Zakharov..( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT103: [ ]Ivan.Sozonov v [ ]Z.Hajdinak..(. 7 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT104: [ ]R.Terentjev. v [ ]Q2..........( .T B A. ) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT105: [ ]Wojcikiewicz v [ ]Anton.Karpov(. 4 - 23 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT106: [ ]M.Danchenko. v [ ]Y.Yakauchuk.( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT107: [ ]P.Florian... v [ ]I.Hishanlo..(. 5 - 19 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT108: [ ]M.Zhikharev. v [ ]S.Hyvarinen.( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT109: [ ]V.Druzchenko v [ ]V.Malkov....(. 4 - 23 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT110: [ ]A.Schepalkin v [ ]M.Smola-C...( 11 - 9 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT111: [ ]Shahhosseini v [ ]K.Khlestov..(. 5 - 20 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT112: [ ]P.Boichinov. v [ ]M.Romanov...( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT113: [ ]Raul.Must... v [ ]N.Khakimov..(. 4 - 23 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT114: [ ]M.Kheradmani v [ ]V.Karpukhin.( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT115: [ ]E.Ekiring... v [ ]V.Kuznetsov.(. 5 - 21 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT116: [ ]Igor.Ivanov. v [ ]Q1..........( .T B A. ) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT117: [ ]V.Govenko... v [ ]A.Yartsev...( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT118: [ ]Y.Egerev.... v [ ]Eli.Mambwe..( 16 - 6 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT119: [ ]S.Scherbin.. v [ ]R.Kaljumae..( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT120: [ ]Anton.Ivanov v [ ]Juergen.Koch( 24 - 4 .) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT121: [ ]VS.Eskandari v [ ]Nikolay.Ukk.( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT122: [ ]V.Novoselov. v [ ]Valeriy.Atr.( 19 - 5 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT123: [ ]V.Ziaziulia. v [ ]Vlad.Ivanov.( 13 - 8 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT124: [ ]P.Safonov... v [ ]S.Pukhov....( 26 - 4 .) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT125: [ ]S.Shumilkin. v [ ]G.Natarov...( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT126: [ ]D.Balandin.. v [ ]Jan.Vondra..( 22 - 5 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT127: [ ]K.Horvath... v [ ]M.Kokonov...(. 8 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT128: [ ]K.Abramov... v [ ]Yuhan.Tan...( 24 - 4 .) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT129: [ ]K.Lehikoinen v [ ]A.Vasiliev..( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT130: [ ]A.Konakh.... v [ ]AndreyIvanov( 13 - 8 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT131: [ ]S.Yaroslavce v [ ]D.Avdoshin..( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT132: [ ]A.Yakushev.. v [ ]K.Navickas..( 26 - 4 .) delete [ ]



    Round-32

    Women's Single's

    NO.[..] MT201: [ ]Huaiwen.Xu.. v [ ]Q1..........( .T B A. ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT202: [ ]K.Ludikova.. v [ ]J.Cicognini.( 11 - 9 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT203: [ ]Ella.Diehl.. v [ ]Q4..........( .T B A. ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT204: [ ]T.Bibik..... v [ ]Ana.Moura...( 15 - 7 .) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT205: [ ]I.Inozemceva v [ ]N.Amiripour.( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT206: [ ]S.Pasturel.. v [ ]Akvile.S. ( 11 - 9 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT207: [ ]Olga.Konon.. v [ ]Slobodyanuk.(. 4 - 28 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT208: [ ]Q2.......... v [ ]Elena.Prus..( .T B A. ) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT209: [ ]Olga.Gurina. v [ ]N.S.Zamanian( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT210: [ ]A.Prokopenko v [ ]A.Allegrini.( 13 - 7 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT211: [ ]Q3.......... v [ ]Kati.Tolmoff( .T B A. ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT212: [ ]K.Augustin.. v [ ]Larisa.Griga( 15 - 7 .) delete [ ]

    NO.[..] MT213: [ ]O.Golovanova v [ ]A.H.Jensen..(. 7 - 15 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT214: [ ]Maja.Tvrdy.. v [ ]E.Ananina...( 11 - 9 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT215: [ ]Sarah.Thomas v [ ]C.Rivero....( 25 - 4 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT216: [ ]A.Zaitseva.. v [ ]J.Schenk....( 33 - 3 .) delete [ ]


    Men's Single's (Projection)

    TBA, waiting Qualifying results




    To minimize manual jobs in Pick's calculation, we need new format of picking.
    You just copied the scoring points of the matches which you want to be picked, fill PAW No. in the [ ] right side of 'NO.'.
    Choose the player who thought will win by put the X sign in [ ] left side of player's name.
    If you want to cancel/delete your old pick, just give X sign in [ ] right of "delete" word.

    Note : please copy a row completely and set insert "off" in your keyboard when you write your picks.


    Example :

    In Hongkong Open 2007,
    I will choose Xie X.F., Yip P.Y & T.Hidayat for my PAWs, so I write

    NO.[01] MT101: [X]Xingfang.Xie v [ ]C.Reid......(. 5 - 22 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[02] MT102: [ ]Min.Jie.Pai. v [X]Pui.Yin.Yip.( 15 - 7 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[03] MT119: [X]T.Hidayat... v [ ]Hong.Chen...(. 9 - 11 ) delete [ ]


    then I want to delete my PAW01, I just write

    NO.[01] MT101: [X]Xingfang.Xie v [ ]C.Reid......(. 5 - 22 ) delete [X]

    I want replace it with Lu Lan as my PAW01, so I write

    NO.[01] MT105: [X]Lan.Lu...... v [ ]S.C.Cheng...(. 7 - 14 ) delete [ ]




    Code:
    Ranking Points for Russian Challenge 2008
    
    
    1st --- 4000 ...... 9th --- 1900 ...... 17th -- 1264 ...... 25th --- 784
    2nd --- 3400 ...... 10th -- 1810 ...... 18th -- 1196 ...... 26th --- 732
    3rd --- 2960 ...... 11th -- 1720 ...... 19th -- 1132 ...... 27th --- 680
    4th --- 2600 ...... 12th -- 1640 ...... 20th -- 1068 ...... 28th --- 628
    5th --- 2400 ...... 13th -- 1560 ...... 21st -- 1008 ...... 29th --- 576
    6th --- 2240 ...... 14th -- 1480 ...... 22nd --- 948 ...... 30th --- 528
    7th --- 2120 ...... 15th -- 1404 ...... 23rd --- 892 ...... 31st --- 480
    8th --- 2000 ...... 16th -- 1332 ...... 24th --- 836 ...... 32nd --- 436
    
    33rd --- 424 ...... 41st --- 340 ...... 49th --- 294 ...... 57th --- 270
    34th --- 412 ...... 42nd --- 332 ...... 50th --- 291 ...... 58th --- 268
    35th --- 400 ...... 43rd --- 325 ...... 51st --- 288 ...... 59th --- 266
    36th --- 388 ...... 44th --- 319 ...... 52nd --- 285 ...... 60th --- 264
    37th --- 377 ...... 45th --- 313 ...... 53rd --- 282 ...... 61st --- 263
    38th --- 367 ...... 46th --- 307 ...... 54th --- 279 ...... 62nd --- 262
    39th --- 358 ...... 47th --- 302 ...... 55th --- 276 ...... 63rd --- 261
    40th --- 349 ...... 48th --- 298 ...... 56th --- 273 ...... 64th --- 260
    

    Time in Russia Use this
    When the board is down (or slow), please email to sandg_sp@yahoo.com
    PAW's rules, http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=51375

    Remember, the Scoring Points beside each fixture represent the points you score if the corresponding player wins.
    Don't forget, you're limited to 30 picks throughout the whole tournament.

    Good luck!

    Cheers for now,

    Sandy

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    This will be very difficult because I barely know the players. We may see surprising results in this tournament.

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    NO.[01] MT213: [ ]O.Golovanova v [x]A.H.Jensen..(. 7 - 15 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[02] MT202: [ ]K.Ludikova.. v [x]J.Cicognini.( 11 - 9 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[03] MT103: [ ]Ivan.Sozonov v [x]Z.Hajdinak..(. 7 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[04] MT105: [ ]Wojcikiewicz v [x]Anton.Karpov(. 4 - 23 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[05] MT107: [ ]P.Florian... v [x]I.Hishanlo..(. 5 - 19 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[06] MT111: [ ]Shahhosseini v [x]K.Khlestov..(. 5 - 20 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[07] MT113: [ ]Raul.Must... v [x]N.Khakimov..(. 4 - 23 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[08] MT115: [ ]E.Ekiring... v [x]V.Kuznetsov.(. 5 - 21 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[09] MT132: [x]A.Yakushev.. v [ ]K.Navickas..( 26 - 4 .) delete [ ]

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    wow, you're right, it's going to be hard indeed.
    i barely know half the seeds, never mind the other players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    wow, you're right, it's going to be hard indeed.
    i barely know half the seeds, never mind the other players.
    A rare chance to get to know St. Petersburg and Gatchina? and all the new names. And a chance to query our Russian friend Dmitry on all things Russian.

    I think I will PAW exactly as Dmitry for all the Russian names! So don't let Dmitry out of your sight!

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    yeah, haha, he's got to be the favourite in this event.
    i wonder if he'll be going to watch some of the matches.

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    Is this tourney held in Moscow OR other cities of Russia? Please clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    A rare chance to get to know St. Petersburg and Gatchina? and all the new names. And a chance to query our Russian friend Dmitry on all things Russian.

    I think I will PAW exactly as Dmitry for all the Russian names! So don't let Dmitry out of your sight!
    Do you know anything about Ivan Susanin, Russian national hero of 17th century? It's one of the possible tactics for me now - lead the crowd to a crash, similar with what Rudy did last week...... for my teammates! Another possibility - paw as late as possible, a few minutes before the match starts.

    Now in doubts what tactic to choose...
    BTW, I don't know most of the players as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    yeah, haha, he's got to be the favourite in this event.
    i wonder if he'll be going to watch some of the matches.
    Yeah, it's a good idea: only 4.5 hours in airplane (one side), watch the matches, and back to home (another 4.5 hours in airplane)... And 500 Euro off... I need to think it over...

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Is this tourney held in Moscow OR other cities of Russia? Please clarify.
    It's Gatchina near St. Petersburg - one of the most beautiful cities (I mean St. Petersburg) in Europe, especially at this time of a year - "white nights". About 650 km Nord-West from Moscow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmitry View Post
    It's Gatchina near St. Petersburg - one of the most beautiful cities (I mean St. Petersburg) in Europe, especially at this time of a year - "white nights". About 650 km Nord-West from Moscow.
    Why is it called "white nights". This is not winter and the streets and trees are not covered in snow!

    That name Gatchina - any connection with China?
    I'm sure you've been to St. Petersburg in the west although I think you are residing in the east!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Is this tourney held in Moscow OR other cities of Russia? Please clarify.
    Does it matter?? Or planning to go there

    It's held in Gatchina, near St.Petersburg ... ( wonder if I know more russians than dmitry )

    Haha need to refresh more often, Dmitry has already answered it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Why is it called "white nights". This is not winter and the streets and trees are not covered in snow!

    That name Gatchina - any connection with China?
    I'm sure you've been to St. Petersburg in the west although I think you are residing in the east!
    "White nights" means that it's not dark at night!

    Gatchina has no connection with China, except that it is one of the "badminton city" in Russia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmitry View Post
    "White nights" means that it's not dark at night!

    Gatchina has no connection with China, except that it is one of the "badminton city" in Russia.
    "Not dark at night"? How so? Multitude of lights? Or natural light? If so for how long in the year? The city that never sleeps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    "Not dark at night"? How so? Multitude of lights? Or natural light? If so for how long in the year? The city that never sleeps?
    Do you know how far north it is? . It never get's dark near and above the polar circle in the summer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight_sun)

    -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_nights

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Does it matter?? Or planning to go there

    It's held in Gatchina, near St.Petersburg ... ( wonder if I know more russians than dmitry )

    Haha need to refresh more often, Dmitry has already answered it.
    I just wanna find out time zone. Okay, it's GMT+4, same Moscow, 4 hrs behind Malaysia.

    Hey, stop trying to be funny to me and u don't have to answer it if u don't feel like answering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    I just wanna find out time zone. Okay, it's GMT+4, same Moscow, 4 hrs behind Malaysia.

    Hey, stop trying to be funny to me and u don't have to answer it if u don't feel like answering.
    Then ask for the time and it was already said by Loh 2 posts above it was in Gatchina/St.Petersburg

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