Every general starts with 200 rating points, and your rating point total can never go below zero.

At the beginning of every game you compare the rating point difference between the two generals on the following chart:

Point Difference Rating Points
0-10 16/16
11-32 15/17
33-54 14/18
55-77 13/19
78-100 12/20
101-124 11/21
125-149 10/22
150-176 9/23
177-205 8/24
206-237 7/25
238-273 6/26
274-314 5/27
315-364 4/28
365-428 3/29
429-523 2/30
524+ 1/31

The first number in the Points column is the points that the winner gets and the loser loses if the higher rated general wins. The second number is the points that the winner gets and losers loses if the lower rated general wins the match.

In case of a tie, the higher ranked general loses half they points they
would lose as if they had lost. The lower ranked general gains half the
points they would have gained for a win. If both generals are exactly the same then both generals gain half what they would have gained for a win.

Example:
Stewart plays Nevil. Stewart has racked up 274 rating points after 5 victories, while Nevil has lost 5 straight games and now has rating points of 124. The difference between the two generals is 150. On the chart this indexes to 9/23.

This means that if Stewart wins:
Stewart's rating points = 274+9=283
Nevil's rating points = 124-9 = 115

Should Nevil pull off the upset win:
Stewart's rating points = 274-23 = 251
Nevil's rating points = 124+23 = 147

Should the coaches tie:
Stewart's rating points = 274-5 = 269
Nevil's rating points = 124+12 = 136

 
Rank
Player
City / Club
Points
1 Wayne Buys Table Mountain Dragons 306
2 Kasper Jensen Cape Town 299
3 Fabrizio L'abbate Cape Town 288
4 Neal Gibson Durbanville Dragons 281
5 Henning Eksteen Cape Town 277
6 Grant Robertson Table Mountain Dragons 270
7 Evan Hurwitz Warzone 258
8 Fouche Van Tonder The Underground 248
9 Victor Mackay Warzone 245
10 Brennan Healey Cape Town 239
11 Alain Rogers Table Mountain Dragons 235
12 Stanley Loo Warzone 221
13 Jonathan De Waal Wildcoast Warlords 220
14 Andre Muller Cape Town 219
15 Kevin Pedersen Warzone 219
16 Troy Smuts Table Mountain Dragons 218
17 Ryan Kruger Durbanville Dragons 217
18 Ben Stoch Coversave 213
19 Sean Martens Warzone 211
20 Simon Pollock Cape Town 210
21 Eli Golovey Johannesburg 208
22 John Perry The CoG 208
23 David Jansen Pretoria 208
24 Thomas Hougaad Cape Town 208
25 Meka'eel Gardner Cape Town 207
26 Brandon Carter Durbanville Dragons 207
27 John Mcturk Johannesburg 207
28 Webber Stoffberg Cape Town 204
29 Johan Jansen Pretoria 203
30 Warren MacNicol Helderberg Harbringers 203
31 Liezel Pollock Cape Town 201
32 Bernard Marchand Cape Town 200
33 Saul Smith Warzone 197
34 Pieka LeVraiNinjaneer 3+ 197
35 Neil Wood Warzone 194
36 Chris Gray Maties Marauders 193
37 Grant Burke Cape Town 193
38 Pierre Frade Johannesburg 192
39 Willem van Eeden Warzone 191
40 Thomas Horn Helderberg Dragon Slayers 191
41 Adam Smith Warzone 190
42 Simon Berndt Cape Town 190
43 Stephan Nel Cape Town 187
44 Heinz Ludike 3+ 186
45 Enrico Moya 3+ 185
46 Cliff Fourie Cape Town 181
47 Robert Martens Warzone 177
48 Jacques Janse Van Rensburg Cape Town 177
49 Alex Gloor Cape Town 177
50 Michael Garrett Cape Town 176
51 Ayrton Singh Johannesburg 176
52 Jason Berndt Cape Town 175
53 Andre De Jager Cape Town 165
54 Nicholas Nel Warzone 165
55 Ashley Fourie Durbanville Dragons 161
56 Max Turnbull Cape Town 161
57 Danie Smit Warzone 160
58 Nigel Perry Cape Town 157
59 Dean Warwick Cape Town 150
60 Alex Yannakakis Maties Marauders 143
61 Mike Minogue The CoG 138
62 Sunny Huang Warzone 124
63 Grant Scholtz Warzone 113
64 Conan Germishuys Cape Town 104
 
 
     
 
 


If tournament organizers are interested in having their tournament count towards the National rankings or would like more details on the tournament guidelines please email me.

For a tournament to qualify for ranking status it will need to have a minimum of 10 players participating.

The tournament must be captured using Sean's tournament software (download here) and the exported file sent to me. Using the following naming convention.
WFB-year-name
40k-year-name

The correct details for all players in the tournament need to be captured. That includes the players name and surname as well as army type used. No nicknames or abbreviations

Final decision on what tournaments are eligable for national rankings will be down to the national rankings organizers.

 
   
   
 
       
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