Speedgammon Grand Prix results 2023
Positions after the February tournament
Note: a 'D' next to a tournament score is a discard, i.e. a score which does not count towards the total because only a player's best five tournaments count.
And the finishing order depends on the following: (1) total points (after discards); (2) fewest tournaments entered; (3) highest percentage of matches won over the SGGP season; (4) results of meetings of tied players during the SGGP season; (5, where there are discards to be compared) the best performance in those events; (6) play-off (where necessary).
An '*' next to a points score indicates a match which has not yet been completed.
The Speedgammon Grand Prix prize fund (for trophies at the end of the season) totals £4 so far.
The season's results:
(All matches to 5 points)
(Allowance 2 minutes per player per match, with 10 seconds delay)
Group finishing orders determined by matches won, then points difference
February 2 at the Rainbow Casino
Group A: Andy Boysan beat Steve Morris; Hazel Harper beat Andy Boysan; George Georgiou beat Andy Boysan; Hazel Harper beat Steve Morris; George Georgiou beat Steve Morris; George Georgiou beat Hazel Harper.
George Georgiou 3 wins; Hazel Harper 2; Andy Boysan 1; Steve Morris 0..
Group B: Tim Line beat Frank Jones; Ian Tarr beat Frank Jones; Tim Line beat Nick Barham; Ian Tarr beat Frank Jones; Nick Barham beat Frank Jones; Ian Tarr beat Nick Barham.
Ian Tarr 3 wins; Tim Line 2; Nick Barham 1; Frank Jones 0..
Play-offs: Semi-finals: Hazel Harper beat George Georgiou; Tim Line beat Ian Tarr.
Final: Hazel Harper beat Tim Line.
March 23 at the Rainbow Casino
May 4 at the Rainbow Casino
June 15 at the Rainbow Casino
August 3 at the Rainbow Casino
September 7 at the Rainbow Casino
October 19 at the Rainbow Casino
November 23 at the Rainbow Casino
Speedgammon Grand Prix rules
Speedgammon past results
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