I love me some data. Don’t you love you some data? Strap on some assless chaps, because we’re about to go for a ride.
“There are lies, damn lies, and then there are statistics” – Mark Twain
So, the Las Vegas Open happened. If you missed my brief recap and the top 6 lists from last week, check it out here.
The Legion tournament at LVO had 62 players, and those 62 players played 125 games. I have in my hot little hands all 62 lists, and all 125 match report slips.
The match report slips were specifically designed for data collection. On said slips were the player names, who won (obviously), red/blue player, factions, battle cards played, number of turns finished, and final score. Below is an example of what the slips looked like.
Unfortunately not everyone filled out every field. Final turn # was often left blank, which we will get to shortly.
Continue reading after the jump: https://swlegionodds.com/2019/02/20/lvo-the-data-article-part-one/
Unless you have been wallowing in a Sarlaac pit, you probably know that the Las Vegas Open Maximum Firepower Legion tournament was this weekend. 62 players showed up to take part in the Galactic Civil War. There were many heroic moments, some tight games, some gorgeous tables, and lots of awesome people.
The experience was a blast. I had the privilege of helping out; setting up terrain, doing some judging, and generally performing whatever else my overlords required of me. I got to meet tons of people I’ve never met in person but have interacted with on a near daily basis over the interwebs. I was constantly impressed by the classiness and demeanor of my fellow Legion players.
Continue reading after the jump: https://swlegionodds.com/2019/02/10/lvo-top-6-lists-and-brief-reca/