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Brisbane - 88
Doha - 93
Chennai - 100
Sao Paulo* - NR
Noumea - NR

Auckland - 62
Sydney - 67
Schwieberdingen Fut - 257
Plantation Fut - NR

Melbourne - 118
Glasgow Fut - NR

Heilbronn* - 110
Maui - 203
Bucaramanga - 341
Bressure Fut - NR (163LE)

Burnie - 154
Chitre - 211
Nussloch Fut - NR

Montpellier - 87
Zagreb - 92
Vina Del Mar - 109
Dallas* - 346
West Lakes - NR

Rotterdam - 52
Memphis - 129
Buenos Aires - 141
Bergamo - 327
Quimper - NR

Rio De Janeiro - 48
Marseille - 102
Delray Beach - 110
New Delhi* - 250
Morelos - 330

Dubai - 66
Acapulco - 79
Sao Paulo - 112
Cherbourg - 323
Guangzhou - NR

Indian Wells - 136
Kyoto - NR

Irving CH* - 182
Kazan - 272
Poiters Fut - NR (108LE)

Miami - 124
Rimouski - NR

Guadalajara* - 173
Barranquilla - 253
Trimbach Fut - NR (252LE)

Le Gosier - 124
St Brieuc - 268
Leon - 270
Rovinj Fut - NR (NR LE)

Casablanca - 42
Houston - 82
Mersin - 199
Itajai - 247
Chengdu Fut - NR (NR LE)

Monte Carlo - 62
Sarasota* - 179
Sao Paulo - 330
San Luis Potosi - NR (176LE)

Bucharest - 91
Barcelona - 112
Vercelli - 244
Shenzen - 247

Munich - 50
Oeiras - 72
Tunis* - 182
Ostrava* - 275
Taipey City - 337

Madrid - 62
Aix-en-Provence - 221
Rome - 228
Gimcheon - NR (303LE)

Rome - 67
Bordeaux* - 238
Busan - NR (291LE)
Samarkand - NR (NR LE)

Dusseldorf - 85
Nice - 65
Karshi - 157
Bucharest Fut - NR (NR LE)
Bergamo Fut - NR (NR LE)

RG - 122
Vicenza - 287

Projestov* - 135
Mestre - NR (351 LE)
Arad - NR (242 LE)
Nottingham - 281

Quenns - 148
Halle - 67
Caltanissetta CH* - 253
Nottingham2 - NR (47 LE)
 

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Very very useful
 

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Great job Martin :) I really like these stats.

Amazing wokr :worship:

The cut-off of Casablanca was really strange :eek:
Yeah it was, I don't know why that happened. In fact the cut-off of Casablanca in 2013 was way lower than in 2014, and I think than even lower than Houston cut-off.
 

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Great idea for a thread Martin, thanks :)



@ all players: When you have a choice between tournaments that are the same level in the same week, how do you typically choose what to play?

Personally I prefer tournaments in Eastern Asia, because then I can turn in my picks at night last thing before bed and then wake up to the results. When I play in Europe I typically end up wasting time during the day keeping up with matches on livescore.
 

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Great thread :worship:


Great idea for a thread Martin, thanks :)



@ all players: When you have a choice between tournaments that are the same level in the same week, how do you typically choose what to play?

Personally I prefer tournaments in Eastern Asia, because then I can turn in my picks at night last thing before bed and then wake up to the results. When I play in Europe I typically end up wasting time during the day keeping up with matches on livescore.
Me too, but I like doing it :lol: So I prefer Europe or "near Asia" such as Uzbekistan, and the Eastern part of the Americas. Japan or California will have too much action while I'm sleeping for my taste so that is emergency solution only.
 

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I prefer European (or East American) tournaments so I can follow the live score. For me this is the key for having fun in TT. Watching/following totally random matches between number 83 and number 124 and cheering for one of them just because of TT is really awesome. :lol:

During last year's USO my doubles and me were even tweeting and mentioning each other about one match just because of our TT diffs. :D
 
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