All right, smart guy. In bet #3, how would you score this? Is it 5 separate tournaments? Is it only one? Do I have to use trigonometry to solve this? What is the square root of pi?
In bet #3, you finished 1st out of nine. It is not five separate tournaments, it is only one. You do not need trig to solve this, as the results are clearly posted on the left under "Matrix Score". The square root of pi is roughly 1.77245.
I also tried out a Matrix tournament and finished 9th, 9th, 8th, 7th in the four sub-tournaments for a glorious 9th place finish overall!
In bet #3, you finished 1st out of nine. It is not five separate tournaments, it is only one. You do not need trig to solve this, as the results are clearly posted on the left under "Matrix Score". The square root of pi is roughly 1.77245.
ReplyDeleteI also tried out a Matrix tournament and finished 9th, 9th, 8th, 7th in the four sub-tournaments for a glorious 9th place finish overall!
The answer, of course, is 42.
ReplyDeleteYes, but what's the question?
ReplyDeleteIt may take some time.
-DrC
I tried one of the $2 6-max matrix tourneys last night - got 4th, 1st, 1st, and 1st for 51 points. Very strange time.
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