|1|| Chris Robblee
(Conan the Destroyer)
|raw||35||( ; ; )||( ; ; )||5||raw|| -- winner 2nd rung --
|2|| Bruce Nemetz
|raw||40||( ; ; )||( ; ; )||-18||raw||Neil Deans|
|3|| Galen McIntire
|raw||27||( ; ; )||( ; ; )||31||raw|| John Hardy
|4||Steve Deal||raw||13||( ; ; )||( ; ; )||40||raw|| Will Ludlum
|5||Mark Martinez||raw||-1||( ; ; )||( ; ; )||29||raw|| Jack Bender
(Jack the Castrator)
This ladder is not subsidizied by the S.A. or Auxiliary so you'll need to pay full table time after each match.
The first two rounds will be played unhandicapped instead of playing a game to establish a handicap.
The handicapping is similar to bowling, in this case 80% of the difference between your score plus thirty-five points (to allow for an average of five fouls per player) and the ideal (147) avaeraged over the last five games (once we get that many played). The handicap will be added on to the player's game score of the day and the winner will be determined from that sum. This system doiesn't attempt to take into account fouls as a result of snooker so it only compensates for a player's ability to pot balls. If both players are equally adept at getting out of snookers then that will balance out -- if they aren't then the advantage goes to the better player.
Unlike normal American Snooker games fouls will be deducted (at 7-pts each) from the fouler's score.