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Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 15 Jun, 2018 3:13 pm
by sheer64
That curve is going down quicker than a glass of scotch at an AA meeting!

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 15 Jun, 2018 3:56 pm
by Tarl
jadtiger wrote:
Fri 15 Jun, 2018 2:58 pm
Tarl wrote:
Fri 15 Jun, 2018 2:48 pm
Fade To Black wrote:
Wed 13 Jun, 2018 7:27 pm
Thanks again for your efforts Juro. Like you say the byes for a few teams so far this season has impacted the ladder, the Broncos are only keeping us out of the 8 at this point due to them having had a bye already- pretty sure our F/A is better than theirs.
Except that no competition points are given for byes this year, so Broncos are legitimately one win ahead of us.
Wrong both teams have 7 wins the only thing that puts the drongos ahead of us is the bye.Our f/a is superior to theirs.
Fair enough. Just checked the ladder and that looks correct. Although I could have sworn that they said they weren't rewarding points for byes this year. Oh well.

At least that means we have 2 free competition points owed to us.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 15 Jun, 2018 4:00 pm
by Geo.
All teams get 2 points for 1 BYE this year no points for the 2nd BYE as in previous years as all NRL teams don't play rep weekend..so effectively there is only 1 BYE and 25 Rounds instead of 26..

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sat 16 Jun, 2018 12:34 am
by matchball
sheer64 wrote:
Fri 15 Jun, 2018 3:13 pm
That curve is going down quicker than a glass of scotch at an AA meeting!
:lol:
That got me good. Thanks.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sat 16 Jun, 2018 11:07 am
by Fade To Black
sheer64 wrote:
Fri 15 Jun, 2018 3:13 pm
That curve is going down quicker than a glass of scotch at an AA meeting!
:roll Nice one!

We Tigers fans should know that better than most.
Q: "And what made you start drinking excessively in the first place?"
A: "Took up supporting the Tigers mate".

They give us a heart attack every week that is for sure.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sun 17 Jun, 2018 7:02 pm
by TIGER
Juro curve just dropped off a cliff

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sun 17 Jun, 2018 7:04 pm
by happy tiger
TIGER wrote:
Sun 17 Jun, 2018 7:02 pm
Juro curve just dropped off a cliff
Juro curve is very used to that Tiger :lol:

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Wed 20 Jun, 2018 2:16 pm
by Juro
TIGER wrote:
Sun 17 Jun, 2018 7:02 pm
Juro curve just dropped off a cliff
I've only just managed to crawl out from under the bed after Sunday's nightmare. The curve will be updated by Friday. Seems a bit superfluous though, since you already know what it will look like...

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 22 Jun, 2018 8:13 am
by Juro
How painful was it to watch the second half on Sunday? All the hard work of the first month evaporated in 40 minutes of pure bilge. Looking at the curve, it clearly shows the damage caused to our season. 31%...

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Key numbers after 15 rounds:
- 0.04% chance of minor premiership (Dragons are 38%, Rabbitohs are 23%, Knights join 5 teams on 0.00%)
- 2% chance of finishing in top 4 (Dragons are 82%, Rabbitohs are 75%, Bulldogs and Cowboys join the Eels on 0.00%)
- 31% chance of finishing in top 8 (Dragons and Rabbitohs are 99%, Eels are 0.5%)
- 11% chance of finishing in bottom 4 (Eels are 89%, Bulldogs are 78%, Dragons and Rabbitohs are 0.00%)
- 0.3% chance of wooden spoon (Eels are 42%, Bulldogs are 24%, 6 teams are on 0.00%)

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 22 Jun, 2018 1:55 pm
by mike
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 8:13 am
How painful was it to watch the second half on Sunday? All the hard work of the first month evaporated in 40 minutes of pure bilge. Looking at the curve, it clearly shows the damage caused to our season. 31%...

Image

Key numbers after 15 rounds:
- 0.0% chance of minor premiership (Dragons are 38%, Rabbitohs are 23%, Knights join 5 teams on 0.00%)
- 2% chance of finishing in top 4 (Dragons are 82%, Rabbitohs are 75%, Bulldogs and Cowboys join the Eels on 0.00%)
- 31% chance of finishing in top 8 (Dragons and Rabbitohs are 99%, Eels are 0.5%)
- 11% chance of finishing in bottom 4 (Eels are 89%, Bulldogs are 78%, Dragons and Rabbitohs are 0.00%)
- 0.3% chance of wooden spoon (Eels are 42%, Bulldogs are 24%, 6 teams are on 0.00%)
Love your work. Is it possible to put 2005 in there as a reference? It would be good to compare with our only winning season.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 22 Jun, 2018 2:13 pm
by Juro
mike wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 1:55 pm
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 8:13 am
How painful was it to watch the second half on Sunday? All the hard work of the first month evaporated in 40 minutes of pure bilge. Looking at the curve, it clearly shows the damage caused to our season. 31%...

Image

Key numbers after 15 rounds:
- 0.0% chance of minor premiership (Dragons are 38%, Rabbitohs are 23%, Knights join 5 teams on 0.00%)
- 2% chance of finishing in top 4 (Dragons are 82%, Rabbitohs are 75%, Bulldogs and Cowboys join the Eels on 0.00%)
- 31% chance of finishing in top 8 (Dragons and Rabbitohs are 99%, Eels are 0.5%)
- 11% chance of finishing in bottom 4 (Eels are 89%, Bulldogs are 78%, Dragons and Rabbitohs are 0.00%)
- 0.3% chance of wooden spoon (Eels are 42%, Bulldogs are 24%, 6 teams are on 0.00%)
Love your work. Is it possible to put 2005 in there as a reference? It would be good to compare with our only winning season.
Would you believe that we are still ahead of where we were in 2005?
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Of course, 26 June (my birthday) was the day that we started our amazing run in 2005. That was also the day that I first joined the Wests Tigers Forum. I still remember listening to that game on the radio, driving home from my parents' house.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 22 Jun, 2018 3:19 pm
by mike
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 2:13 pm
mike wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 1:55 pm
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 8:13 am
How painful was it to watch the second half on Sunday? All the hard work of the first month evaporated in 40 minutes of pure bilge. Looking at the curve, it clearly shows the damage caused to our season. 31%...

Image

Key numbers after 15 rounds:
- 0.0% chance of minor premiership (Dragons are 38%, Rabbitohs are 23%, Knights join 5 teams on 0.00%)
- 2% chance of finishing in top 4 (Dragons are 82%, Rabbitohs are 75%, Bulldogs and Cowboys join the Eels on 0.00%)
- 31% chance of finishing in top 8 (Dragons and Rabbitohs are 99%, Eels are 0.5%)
- 11% chance of finishing in bottom 4 (Eels are 89%, Bulldogs are 78%, Dragons and Rabbitohs are 0.00%)
- 0.3% chance of wooden spoon (Eels are 42%, Bulldogs are 24%, 6 teams are on 0.00%)
Love your work. Is it possible to put 2005 in there as a reference? It would be good to compare with our only winning season.
Would you believe that we are still ahead of where we were in 2005?
Image
Of course, 26 June (my birthday) was the day that we started our amazing run in 2005. That was also the day that I first joined the Wests Tigers Forum. I still remember listening to that game on the radio, driving home from my parents' house.
Thanks so much. There is still hope. That’s a pretty special memory.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Fri 22 Jun, 2018 3:33 pm
by voice of reason
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I hope Ivan hangs that on the wall of the training sheds and Robbie and Benji share a few tales with the rest of the crew.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sat 23 Jun, 2018 3:42 pm
by mike
voice of reason wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 3:33 pm
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I hope Ivan hangs that on the wall of the training sheds and Robbie and Benji share a few tales with the rest of the crew.
I like that idea very much.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sat 23 Jun, 2018 6:25 pm
by Chicken Faced Killa
Surprised that we dropped down so much, knew it would drop but thought we’d be around 40-45%

Hopefully we can repeat 05 and go on a run

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Sat 23 Jun, 2018 7:13 pm
by Tigerstruck
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 2:13 pm
mike wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 1:55 pm
Juro wrote:
Fri 22 Jun, 2018 8:13 am
How painful was it to watch the second half on Sunday? All the hard work of the first month evaporated in 40 minutes of pure bilge. Looking at the curve, it clearly shows the damage caused to our season. 31%...

Image

Key numbers after 15 rounds:
- 0.0% chance of minor premiership (Dragons are 38%, Rabbitohs are 23%, Knights join 5 teams on 0.00%)
- 2% chance of finishing in top 4 (Dragons are 82%, Rabbitohs are 75%, Bulldogs and Cowboys join the Eels on 0.00%)
- 31% chance of finishing in top 8 (Dragons and Rabbitohs are 99%, Eels are 0.5%)
- 11% chance of finishing in bottom 4 (Eels are 89%, Bulldogs are 78%, Dragons and Rabbitohs are 0.00%)
- 0.3% chance of wooden spoon (Eels are 42%, Bulldogs are 24%, 6 teams are on 0.00%)
Love your work. Is it possible to put 2005 in there as a reference? It would be good to compare with our only winning season.
Would you believe that we are still ahead of where we were in 2005?
Image
Of course, 26 June (my birthday) was the day that we started our amazing run in 2005. That was also the day that I first joined the Wests Tigers Forum. I still remember listening to that game on the radio, driving home from my parents' house.
Love the fact that there is still hope, though can't see a 2005 type performance from this squad. Mbye and Farah will be great injections, but just can;t see it happening.
Also loving the stats Juro, keep it up mate!

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Tue 26 Jun, 2018 6:27 am
by mike
Just wanted to say Happy Birthday and have an awesome day.

Re: The J(uro) Curve

Posted: Tue 26 Jun, 2018 7:43 am
by Juro
mike wrote:
Tue 26 Jun, 2018 6:27 am
Just wanted to say Happy Birthday and have an awesome day.
Thanks Mike. Looking forward to the team list being announced today. Should be an interesting one...