Notify staff you are there or use the Venue’s QR code scanner if it is available. Pay entry fee if applicable.
If the Venue has a QR code scanner, then Sign-in and click on “Your unique QR code”.
To get this:
This is your unique QR code for life.
After all Players have arrived and checked in, you will be directed by the Player web app to the table on which you will be playing the first Round and be notified of your Opponent's name and Division.
Either string or toss a coin to break. When you are ready, press Ready to Play button on your Player web app.
At the end of the Round, the Player web app will display the score entry screen. Depending on the Cue Sport code, you will be asked to enter “Breaks” or “Balls Potted in a Part Rack first.” (Breaks are called Runs in some Cue Sport codes). If you finish early you need to wait until the end of the Round to enter your score.
Balls Potted in a Part Rack, (in the Cue Sport codes that record these) are cross-checked (i.e. both players have to enter the same result) as they affect the scoring in the Round.
Breaks are not cross-checked as these do not affect the scoring in the Round – they are for your personal records.
The screens below show Snooker which has a Break entry followed by a Points entry. The process is the same for Balls Potted in a Part Rack.
You do not need to enter a Break – it is optional. If you don’t wish to enter a Break press Next.
You must enter Balls Potted in a Part Rack even if it is zero.
You can enter more than one Break. You only enter your Breaks (if any). Enter the Break and save, enter the next Break and save etc. if you make a mistake, you can delete Breaks using the button with a red x.
When you are finished press Next.
The Player web app will take you to this screen.
This allows entry of scores – first your score, then your Opponent’s score.
The screen above indicates the scores entered don’t agree.
This can mean one of two things. Either your Opponent hasn’t entered their score or your scores entered are different. If the scores are different, the Players must confer and agree the scores.
After the scores have been entered and matcg, the screen will look like the screen this.
The screen will stay like this until all Players scores in that Round have been entered and are identical. The message “Round scoring in progress” indicates you are waiting on other Players to enter their scores.
Once all the Players’ scores are entered and identical, the Player web app screen will direct Players to their next table and identify their next Opponent.
The Players need to proceed to their next table as indicated, meet their new Opponent, and press Ready to Play when they are ready after they have lagged or tossed to break.
Further Rounds are just a repetition of the process descibed above, until all seven Rounds are complete. At that time the T140 Event™ is finished.
Contest and Leader Total PA tabs
The two tabs on your mobile phone show these two screens:
The Contest tab shows you the progress of the T140 Event™. Normally you would have this tab selected. It ranks Players based on their Total Event points.
Leader Total PA tab is the Leader board progress with the Total Player AdvantageTM for the entire T140 Event™added to each Player's cumulative Raw Score from the first Round onwards.
The Venue web app also displays the Leader board with the Total Player AdvantageTM for the T140 Event™ but also displays a Target (avg) score for each Player. The Target (avg) score is the average Raw Score that the T140 Event™ system estimates a Player must score in each Round to reach a total of 700 Event Points (except English Billiards which is 1,400 points).
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