Korean Open 2007 - Day 6 - Final

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  1. 2cents

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    Your detail works really surprised me. Thanks first for your hardwork, but unfortunately, they are not correct ;) (many different errors). Even I haven't calculated yet, I'm pretty sure the new ranking after Korea open is in the order of:

    CJ > LCW > BCL

    Please check the ibf web site when it's available, I'll also check it and let you know. :D
     
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    I don't see what's wrong with my way of calculation, as I've followed exactly the world ranking guidebook. I followed the same way to calcuate the pre-KO WR points of the players and they tally with the WR points announced on BWF website (BCL - 59860; LCW - 56096; CJ - 51573). It's also hard to believe with a wide margin between BCL and CJ in the pre-KO ranking points, how could CJ catch up with BCL right after KO with the former being the runner-up while the latter a semi-finalist (as the difference of the points earned between both players at the event is only 1380).

    Are you actually referring to the Super Series ranking system? It's different from the World Ranking system.
     
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    Off topic-Thanks all for the brief recap of those accomplishments..

    ..angelou, CLELY & 2cents, thanks for refreshing and pointing those facts again;) ..So, indeed, it's possible:cool: ..But looking at those facts, they also don't occur as often...
    *Yah, i stopped following the world of badminton since around 1985 and started to pick up the sport again around 2002..So, understandably, i was totally lost with the history..hehe:p :( :D ;)
     
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    You must strike out the points for Korea Open 2006 when you include the points for Korea Open 2007. So, Bao's 2006 win does not count.

    The booklet is outdated.
     
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    Okay! Is there any other new rule that I'm not aware of? Anyway, I found another error - I only counted the top-9 events of CJ. With the above-stated rule plus the Macau Open points that I mistakenly stroke off earlier, CJ will indeed be ranked ahead of BCL.

    Still, may I request you to show me any webpage on the latest badminton world ranking system to prove your claim? I personally think that such a new rule doesn't make sense even if it does exist.
     
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    You are right this time :D , IBF is always ridiculous. :mad: I have criticized them for many years, but first, I got to fully understand them.

    Do you agree the order after KO: CJ > LCW > BCL now? Then I don't bother to check it up next Thursday.
     
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    The website cannot be totally relied on, but that rule was enforced some time last year. Can't seem to find the publication anyway.

    Anyway, there is some sense to the rule, but not enough to justify it, I think.
     
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    Winners.

    Congratulations to all the winners. Looks like its quite evenly distributed so far. Well done. The new ranking system seems to be working.:D
    rgds
     
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    Poor Chen Jin.. should rest more before the final.. :eek: He was online until 2-3 am Korea time..

    Jia You Chen Jin!!! I believe you can beat Lin Dan next time you two meet!!!
     
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    And who's fault was that, Yan-Yan? ;) ...:p ...:D :D :D
     
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    QQ's fault.. of course.. :eek: .. :D :D :D
     
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    Sorry, I don't know, who's QQ?
     
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    China's most popular chat programme. :D :D :D But the English version sucks so much!!!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QQ
     
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    Oh no, the program is not at fault, it's the person or persons keeping CJ up. That's what I meant = you. ;) ...:p
     
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    Hey I knew what you meant.. *shy* :eek:
     
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    Lucky you Yan-Yan, conversing with the soon to be # 1 MS player in the world. :D :D :D
     
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    The official ranking after Korea open verifies what I thought was correct. The official web site: http://internationalbadminton.org/mensingles.asp gives:

    CJ: 59373
    LCW: 58886
    BCL: 57280

    it is true that CJ > LCW > BCL (my thinking) :D
     
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