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Assassins Spring 2012

Overall league

Spring 2012

Royal George

Spring 2012

Name

Played

Joker

Wins

Points

Kills

Rating

Lee Negus







Simon Sockman Beaumont







Jason The Hat Southon







Jamie 9 Lives Cleaver







Barry Rebuy Freeman







Jonno Vulture Cook







Paul Margo







Sam Oversock Beaumont







John Wood







Matt Boi







Rob The Hitman Scott







Dave Pursley







Jay Pretty Boy Loudon







Matt Gurr







Ryan Baird







Steve James







Raquel Margo







Omar Peralta







Luke The Beer Austin







Ken George







John Clark







Andy Minja Clements







John Bown







Dan Negus





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Dan ZT Papworth







Peter The Coach Woodcock







Grand Total







Congratulations to Lee Negus for winning the Royal George League for the second season running.


Lee played solidly throughout the season, but did not feature in the league’s top three players until the final fortnight of the season. A win whilst playing his joker in week 12 changed his fortunes and he rocketed in the placings. A further win in the league’s final game secured his place over The Hat and 9 Lives Cleaver.


Focused tight play, the occasional strategic bluff and having faith in the odd Jack Eight were the ingredients to Lee’s success at the Monday venue.


Winning two of the 10 events helped enormously, but Lee lasted to the top half of the tournaments for two thirds of the events. His player rating is the highest in the league and this win underlines the fact that you can win a league and not attend every event. Lee’s work commitments occasionally interfere with attendances.


The league’s biggest assassin was Bazzer.

The above chart measures Lee’s quartile finish in each tournament. In a sixteen player event, a player finishing in the top four would be in Quartile 1, fifth to eighth Quartile 2, ninth to twelfth in Quartile 3 and thirteenth to sixteenth in Quartile 4.


For an ‘at a glance’ list of our league and other title winners please go to our Wall of Fame