How to Keep Score + Get A Performance Rating



THE KEEP SCORE & GET RATED TRAINING VIDEO. The instructions and definitions are at the bottom of this page. If you print them out and read them with the video it’s much easier.
WWW.PROPOOL.COM is a state-or-the-art program with many hi-tech features. This page is devoted to keeping score and getting a rating, so you can compare your performance to other players and the pros.
All the other sports have a standard method that everyone understands even if you don’t play. In our sport there are so many systems even players have trouble discussing their true ability. How good do you shoot? That question is to longer a mystery and is easy to answer right here.

Score Keeping and Submitting Stats is easy & fast! We collect 3 groups of stats:
A) Pro Stats shot by shot with a calculated World Rating WPR
>To Get Rated go to the EScore Card and fill it out and it will automatically post to the stats data base.
The EScore Card is a manual entry batch program. >Click here for the EScoreCard
The EScore Card Live is game by game with an automatic Rating WPR calculator. >Click here for the EScoreCard LIVE

B) Matches Won & Games Won/Lost
C) Basic Final Position and $ Won.
>To Submit B & C stats fill this submit form out and email it back for posting.
D) We also, provide several automated tournament flow charts that you can access at the ECharts tab.
>Click here for StatMaster W-L Submit Form

HOW TO KEEP SCORE using the EScore Card to get your Pro Stats and WPR.
This video was used to explain how to Keep Score on the EScore Card. After you open a second window so you can view EScoreCard and watch the video, read the Shot definitions and the shot by shot descriptions in conjunction with the video you should have a good understanding of scoring an accurate game. We are frequently updating this process as we answer your questions.
ENJOY!

EScore Card descriptions and definitions:
PRO STATS shot by shot and calculated WPRating.
PLAYER: Player Name
WPR: World Performance Rating, Player skill level based on initial estimates from the written description and the EScore Card WPR Calculator.
P#: Final Position in this competition.
$W: $ Won dollars in this competition
MW: Matches Won, a total of all the matches won during this event
GW: Games Won, a total of all the games won during this event
GL: Games Lost, a total of all the games lost during this event
BK: Break Shots Made, making the actual break
GB: Good Breaks, no foul, scratch with 1 or more balls pocketed
FB: Foul on the Break, scratch, table foul or balls knocked off the table
BB: Balls on the Break, All balls pocketed during the break shot
BP: Balls Pocketed, any ball pocketed during the game not including the break shot..
HS: Hard Shots Made, any shot where the angle of the object ball to the pocket is more than 60 deg., jump shots, banks, caroms, combinations, etc. Mark this shot with the BP indicating a hard shot was made.
F: Foul, any scratch table foul or object knocked off the table
EM: Easy Miss, any shot where the angle of the object ball to the pocket is unobstructed and 60 deg or less. This is the most important score that affects the rating. It can be measured for accuracy. The default is to not score it as an EM, because the ratings should be higher than lower.
HM: Hard Shot Missed, any executed shot where the angle of the object ball to the pocket is more than 60 deg., jump shots, banks, caroms, combinations, etc. Does not affect the WPR
SS: Safe Shot Made, attempt to shoot safe. A 2-way shot does not get an EM.
GS: Good Safe shot made, when the opponent is hooked or has a difficult bridge position
RO: Run Out, pocket all the balls after the break, even if the opponent broke

These games had many unique shots, which covered many of the situations that should answer your questions. It’s very easy to keep score with a little practice.
HOW TO KEEP SCORE using the EScore Card to get your Pro Stats and WPR.
This video was used to explain how to Keep Score using the EScore Card. Open a second window so you can view EScoreCard and watch the video. After you read the Shot definitions and the shot by shot descriptions in conjunction with the video you should have a good understanding of scoring an accurate game. We are frequently updating this process as we answer your questions. ENJOY!

Match up the time marker on the left with the video to correlate with the instructions:
2:00 Pinegar won the lag and broke. He made 1 ball on the break then a Push out
*Mark 1 at BB for balls pocketed on the break and the GB for Good Break shot with no Fouls.
Then he had no shots so a push was played and a GS should be marked
3:06 Shane gave the push back
*No mark for Shane for declining the push
3:30 Pinegar is hooked and took a HS and got a HM with a 2-way option shot and left the 1b hooked
*Mark a HS and HM or GS. It????????s hard to tell what he was thinking
4:19 Shane was hooked on the 1b and had a F
*Mark HS and F
5:00 Pinegar had ball in hand and made the 1b and did a HS billiard on the 10b to Win P-1 S-0
*Mark BP, HS & Game Win
6:50 Shane breaks GB, is hooked and jumps HS on the 1b, has HS 90d cut 2b in side, makes a 30d cut on 4b, plays GS on 5b, S 000 vs P 1000S
*Mark GB, 1 for BB, HS 1 for BP, 1+ for BP and HS, 1+ for BP, GS
9:00 Pinegar is hooked on 5b and plays SS and leaves Shane a shot.
*Mark HS and SS
10:32 Shane makes the 5b and draws the cue around the table to get on the 6. Makes the straight 6b with good shape on the 7
*Mark 1 for BP 5b, 1+ for BP 6b,
12:21 Shane makes the 7b and is too straight on the 8b, plays GS on the 8 and P is hooked
*Mark 1+ BP 7b, GS
14:08 Pinegar shoots a 1 rail bank SS and makes a GS (but not hooked)
*Mark HS & GS
14:21 Shane plays SS and get a GS on the 8b and hooks P behind the 9b
*Mark GS
15:01 Pinegar plays HS and SS on 8b puts 8b with a 70 d cut on the end rail
*Mark HS & SS
15:49 Shane misses the 8b approx 60 deg cut for an EM
*Mark EM for less than a 60 deg cut
15:56 Pinegar has a 45 deg shot on the 8b, makes the 8, 9 & 10
*Mark 1 BP, 1+ Bp, 1+BP to Win Game 2
16:45 Pinegar wins P-2, S-0
*Mark Game Win
18:05 Pinegar BK,
*Mark BK
18:10 Shane plays SS on 1b WPR S 636, P 1000
*Mark SS
19:40 Pinegar can see 1b, plays GS and leaves S hooked
*Mark GS
20:30 Shane makes a HS jump on 1b and scratches F,
*Mark HS, 1 BP & F
22:20 Pinegar has ball in hand on 2b, plays GS with 1 foul
*Mark GS
21:48 Shane kicks at 2b makes good hit and pockets 4b, but looses turn for not calling shot
*Mark HS, 1 BP
23:50 Pinegar played SS and left Shane a shot
*Mark SS
24:20 Shane has easy shot on 3b, easy shot on 4b, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 to Win P2-S1
*Mark 1 BP, +7 BP to Win Game


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