A player's elo rating is considered provisional (P) until they have either completed six matches or played matches at at least three different tournaments.
The probability of winning is equal to the predicted share of points scored. A player rated 200 above another corresponds to a 76% chance of winning.
The K value is a development coefficient, and it reduces large swings in the ratings of established players. The K value reduces over time, similar to 538's elo ratings for tennis players: 250/((player's match count+15)**(0.4)))-10
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|Date||Tournament||Round||Opponent|| Elo Rating|
| Share of Points|
| Final Result|
|20170128||Chocfest 2017||round of 8||Cameron Ford|
|20161001||Cambridge 2016||round of 16||Tom Whitfield|
|20160401||BJC 2016 Perth||round of 16||Brook Roberts|
|20151121||Leeds 2015||third place match||Cal Lawrie|
|20151121||Leeds 2015||semi-final||Brook Roberts|
|20151121||Leeds 2015||round of 8||Phil Turner|
|20150926||Cambridge 2015||round of 8||Jon Peat|
|20150509||Cumbria 2015||third place match||Cal Courtney|
|20150509||Cumbria 2015||semi-final||Josh Turner|
|20150509||Cumbria 2015||round of 8||Ieuan Evans|
|20150331||BJC 2015 Darton||round of 16||Sagi Bracha|
|20150221||Bath UpChuck 2015||third place match||Danny Cooper|
|20150221||Bath UpChuck 2015||semi-final||Jon Peat|
|20150221||Bath UpChuck 2015||round of 8||Karl Schlinger|
|20150131||Chocfest 2015||round of 8||Dan Wood|
|20140125||Chocfest 2014||round of 8||Dave Leahy|
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