Originally Posted by Rich Parker
This is confusing to understand. Look at 11th place scores of the contests of each tied teams then next sentence the team with the most 1st place scores is the winner. Can you explain what this means or if Candy could explain it would be better since it was her motion.
Your right and that was a topic of discussion during a meeting of the board tonight. It has been corrected to read as the original motion was made.
In order to prevent a tie in the top 20 positions, the following procedures be applied. Look at the place scores of the contests of each tied team. The team with the most 1st place scores is the winner. If this does not break the tie, look to the eleventh contest cooked by the tied teams. This contest score will be factored in with the other ten contest scores. Should this not break the tie, continue with contest 12. Should a team not have cooked more than 10 contests, a zero will be input for the tie breaking contest.
Here is a link to the original agenda for that meeting http://kcbs.us/news.php?id=305