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LinCon 1992
Swedish NDC
Date June 5-8, 1992 Place Link÷ping
Tournament Director Per WESTLING Scoring System Draw
Number of players 93 Number of rounds3 Number of boards?
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Swedish Diplomacy Rally 1992
Eliminated players recieved negative score: year of elimination-1909
2 points / sc last played fall.
Outright win: 4 points/sc
You could call for a draw. If the powers voting against the draw had control of 6 or more units on the board, the draw was vetoed, otherwise the draw passed.
If no draw before 1909, there was a DIAS, unless there was a solo victory.
Those who took part in the draw scored the following:
The number of s.c. owned by the powers in the draw was added together and divided by the number of powers in the draw rounded up (medium).
Then you calculated the differences between the # of s.c. for all the powers not in the draw and the medium, and added these differences together. This was the bonus.
Say a 2-way draw 10-7 is voted. Assume the other 5 has 5, 5, 4, 3 and 0. The medium is 8,5 rounded up = 9
The differences are 4,4,5,6 and 9. 4+4+5+6+9=28
The bonus thus is 28 points.
Bj÷rn VON KNORRING played two boards during the first heat (-4 pts and 45 pts)
Tomas LOVGREN played two boards during the first heat (-3 pts and 2 pts)
Peter LJUNGBLAD played two boards during the first heat (-5 pts and -2 pts)


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