Discussing :: Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

It looks like Virtual Rugby is going gangbusters again. Article By: Tony, JohnsonIt looks like Virtual Rugby is going gangbusters again.Thanks to all those who’ve invited me onto their friends list or into their leagues. It’s hard keeping up, but I promise no invitation will be refused!In return make sure you get into the ReUnion league and compete against our other viewers.On Tuesday nights we’ll be making our picks to help you out, and this year we’ll be keeping score. We’ll also compare the picks of our “expert” (ha ha) panel and the TAB, and also a Mystery Picker, who is a member of our SKY rugby staff behind the... read full article

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

All very good pointers from Tony for the virtual rugby & also for the real games asd well! Point #3 works very very well, also the scores will in general by very close.

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

Also check out this link: http://www.allblacks.com/stats/superrugby/ Its a Statistics engine and very helpful.

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

this is virtually the best idea I've seen in a long time....

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

Can't wait to pick ABs by 13+ against England in World Cup final. Choo CHOO!!!

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

Congrats Blues. That is how rugby should be played. Hard and fast. Take note other Super Rugby sides. The easy to beat teams in the Aussie and Saffa conferences will make it near impossible to have two NZ teams in the Top6 Super Finals, which is a major flaw in the new Super Finals system. They should have Top 3 teams of each Conference qualify for finals, which would be a fairer finals system. The nine-team finals system is The top team in each conference would have two home preliminary finals with a one-week rest before their 1ST preliminary final. The 2nd placed conference team would have one home preliminary final and one over seas away preliminary final. The 3RD placed conference team would have two away over seas preliminary finals. The top three teams of the preliminary finals would qualify for the semi-finals with the two teams with the most combined points in the Super Competition and preliminary finals getting the home semi-finals. The second placed team in all preliminary conference finals that has the most combined points in the Super Competition and preliminary finals would be the fourth team to qualify for the semi-finals. The winner of the semi –final that has the most combined points in the Super Competition and preliminary and semi- finals would have the Home Final. Perhaps the bottom two teams of each conference could have a home country 3-game Wooden Spoon play-off.


hey TTT how did the Blues get on last nite?


They lost. Consistently inconsistent BLUES will give you the blues every bloody season. Same old same old story. It is Time for a new chapter and even a new book.

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

Thanks for trying to explain TTT but got lost after "two home preliminary finals". As a Hurricanes fans I usually picked them to win....sigh......so not very good at this game.

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

bragging rights! my friend finished 3 about 5 years ago and still goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on about it...

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Tony Johnson's Quick Fix to Virtual Rugby Glory

Here is the Nine Team Super Rugby System in semi-graphical form. Conference Final Placing 1.BLUES 1.Waraths 1. Bulls 2.Highlanders 2. Reds 2. Sharks 3. Crusaders 3 Brumbies 3. Stormers Preliminary Finals. 1, Blues 1.Waratahs 1.Bulls 2.Sharks 2.Highlanders 2.Reds 3.Brumbies 3.Stormers 3.Crusaders Semi-Finals Winners 1.Blues 2.Stormers 3.Reds Semi-Finals Games Blues vs. Waratahs (highest points for a 2nd placed team in all Conferences) Stormers vs. Reds Finals. Blues vs. Reds

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