One week on from China’s historic win at the very first IFP Asian Nations Cup, here are a few overall stats from the tournament.
China consistently scored highly throughout each of the 8 sessions to finish almost 40 points clear of the runners-up. Show team CPG made a late charge to pinch the silver medal position from Singapore, with Australia and Israel picking up the final two qualification spots at the IFP Nations Cup Finals.
The individual player awards were given to the players who gained the most chips in a session/overall, relative to the average of all other players playing the same cards.
|Session 1||Bold Uundai (Mongolia)|
|Session 2||Wu Sai (CPG)|
|Session 3||Sangeeth Mohan (India)|
|Session 4||Queenie Kwan Yee Yim (Australia)|
|Session 5||Mudit Agarwal (India)|
|Session 6||Kinichi Nakata (Japan)|
|Session 7||Temuulen Dashbat (Mongolia) – Player of the Tournament|
|Session 8||Garth Kay (Australia)|
Of note also is that Zang Shu Nu of China won the most chips overall (55750).
After each session teams were handed Stats Sheets from the play of each set of 30 hands. Here are some final numbers from all 240 hands combined:
|Best Strike Rate||China||4.80||points per hand|
|Worst Strike Rate||Mongolia||4.18||points per hand|
|Most Hands Won||Mongolia||58|
|Most Hands Lost||Mongolia||70|
|Most Pots Won||Mongolia||405|
|Least Pots Won||China||175|
|Largest Average Win||China||3760||chips|
|Smallest Average Win||Singapore||2352||chips|
|Smallest Average Loss||Singapore||-252||chips|
|Largest Average Loss||Mongolia||-1370||chips|