From: Clément on 25 Jun 2010 18:55
"milivella" escreveu na mensagem
>> I suppose Japan must have hurt almost everybody's score.
> South Korea have hurt mine more. Anyway, I don't think that Japan at
> 0.64 (chances to exit at the group stage) is that bad: my problem is
> probably that I had no team under 0.26.
I had Japan at .90 to exit. They were my clear 4th team in that group, while
Cameroon and Denmark had about the same chances IMO to advance.
I gave more credit to South Korea, as I thought it was pretty much a toss up
between them, Nigeria and Greece to advance after Argentina (exactly what
happened, as they could have ended up tied at 3 points).
On a positive note, I nailed all my predictions of 1s and 0s.
From: Alessandro Riolo on 25 Jun 2010 18:53
"milivella" <milivella(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> The only three Italians (as far as I know) all close to each other!
I ever thought you were Rioplatense :)
From: Ll�o on 25 Jun 2010 19:07
"Chagney Hunt" <essetm(a)gmail.com> escreveu na mensagem
On Jun 25, 5:51 pm, Cl�ment <lcmello.lis...(a)terra.com.br> wrote:
> > I suppose Japan must have hurt almost everybody's score.
> What a bonker World Cup. UEFA will likely have less Quarter Finalist
> than one other conference (CONMEBOL), that's another first.
UEFA will have exactly three quartefinalists, as their six remaining teams
will play each other. Conmebol will range from 1 to 4.
From: milivella on 25 Jun 2010 19:48
> "milivella" <milive...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> > The only three Italians (as far as I know) all close to each other!
> I ever thought you were Rioplatense :)
I would have liked it!
(Anyway, my surname, that is one of the elements of my nickname, comes
from Spain, so you were not off.)
From: milivella on 26 Jun 2010 05:25
> And the winner is...
> AQB's computer simulation, narrowly edging out 6 other computer-generated
Machines dominating humans? This is a FutbolMatrix!