Oracle Pool & Snooker Club
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Name    HB Score
1 Adam Black 0 0
2 Adam Luck 0 0
3 Alan Mander 0 0
4 Alan Pearce 0 0
5 Alex Fower 0 0
6 Andrew Gee 0 0
7 Andy Benwell 0 0
8 Andy Posey 0 0
9 Antony Bosley 0 0
10 Ben Mawby 0 0
11 Ben Partlett 0 0
12 Bob Thiele 0 0
13 Bradley Clarke 0 0
14 Callum Holker 0 0
15 Chris Heald 0 0
16 Chris Williams 0 0
17 Clive Burnet 0 0
18 Dan Brooks 0 0
19 Dan Skidmore 0 0
20 Darren Davis 0 0
21 Dave Felton 0 0
22 David White 0 0
23 Derek Syrett 0 0
24 Duncan Blake 0 0
25 Eddie Christiansen 0 0
26 Fabiao Gu 0 0
27 Gary Bough 0 0
28 Iain Wright 0 0
29 Ian Gee 0 0
30 Ian Knight 0 0
31 Jamie Power 0 0
32 Jamie Saczak 0 0
33 Jay Roberts 0 0
34 John Ayres 0 0
35 John Donkin 0 0
36 John Williams 0 0
37 Justin Page 0 0
38 Justin Shepherd 0 0
39 Karl Walker (-24) 0 0
40 Keith Hollis 0 0
41 Kenny Saunders 0 0
42 Kevin Truby 0 0
43 Lawrence Parsons 0 0
44 Lee Parsons 0 0
45 Lewis Moss 0 0
46 Malcolm Bough 0 0
47 Mark Cooper 0 0
48 Mark Edwards 0 0
49 Mark Trafford 0 0
50 Martin Clements 0 0
51 Martin White 0 0
52 Matthew Gustafson 0 0
53 Mick Aust 0 0
54 Mick Bennett 0 0
55 Mike Roberts 0 0
56 Neil Baker 0 0
57 Neil Craycraft (-24) 0 0
58 Nick Buttery 0 0
59 Nigel Barker 0 0
60 Nigel Bossom 0 0
61 Omar Sharif 0 0
62 Paul Carter 0 0
63 Paul Clement 0 0
64 Perry Dodson 0 0
65 Pete Fenn 0 0
66 Peter Franklin Routh 0 0
67 Pom Merola 0 0
68 Priyan Shah 0 0
69 Richard Partlett 0 0
70 Richard Saunders 0 0
71 Ripon Masih 0 0
72 Rob Cox 0 0
73 Rob Sellwood 0 0
74 Robert Smyth 0 0
75 Ross Tarbox 0 0
76 Simon Barker 0 0
77 Sonni Dyson 0 0
78 Stephen Hedges 0 0
79 Steve Benwell 0 0
80 Steve Blackman 0 0
81 Stuart Reeve 0 0
82 Terry Clayton 0 0
83 Terry Cook 0 0
84 Terry Gripe 0 0
85 Tom Fletcher 0 0
86 Zhan Huang 0 0

The score is calculated by squaring each break, adding up those squares and then taking the square root of that sum-of-squares. This means:
  1. 4 breaks of 20 score the same as 1 break of 40. (because 4x20x20 = 40x40)
  2. This effectively gives more credit to higher breaks.
  3. You can be ahead of somebody whose highest break is bigger than yours if you get more breaks of a lower value.
  4. You should make sure you record your breaks on the scorecard so that they contribute to your total score in this table.