PAX BRITANNICA PBEM LADDER

May 2001



The Pax Britannica Pbem Ladder was started by Jeff Janoska in 1994, and updated by him until August 1997. From September 1997 it was updated by Rune Aaboen. Since August 1999, it's been maintained by Mark O'English. Points are awarded after a 9/6/4/3/2/1/0 system. Players must have finished at least 2 games to be included on the main list.

The recent update was done after the end of the Transvaal, Primus, Bosnia, Dalmatia, and Tripoli games. The total number of games on the table is now 44.
 

Player Rankings
Power Rankings
Game Statistics
List of Games
Previous Ladders

PLAYER RANKINGS
 
Pos.
Prv.
Player
Pld.
GM
Wins
Pts.
Avg.
Currently Playing
1
1
Laurent Siquet
2
-
1
15.0
7.5
 
2
2
Rune Aaboen
5
6
3
37.0
7.4
 
3
--
Joshua Landrum
4
1
2
26.0
6.5
 Togoland (Japan), Epirus (Britain), Angelfish (France), Friuli (Germany)
4
--
Carlo Amato
2
-
1
13.0
6.5
 Togoland (Germany), Epirus (America)
5
3
Todd Rosentover
4
-
1
25.0
6.3
 
6
4
Mark O'English
11
8
5
68.5
6.2
  Secundus (Germany); Wilhelm (Italy); Angelfish (Japan)
7
5
Harry White
2
-
1
12.0
6.0
 
8
6
Wayne Williams
12
4
4
69.5
5.8
 Secundus (Britain); Wilhelm (Russia); Togoland (Italy)
9
9
Benjamin Foy
3
-
-
16.0
5.3
 
10
8
Karl Foelsche
4
-
1
20.0
5.0
 
11
9
Joe Boeke
3
-
-
15.0
5.0
 Angelfish (Russia)
11
17
Bill MacGillivray
3
-
-
15.0
5.0
 
13
--
Kurt Sahr
2
-
1
10.0
5.0
 Togoland (Britain)
14
13
Joe Leonard
5
-
1
24.0
4.8
 
15
14
Alan Isabelle
4
-
1
19.0
4.8
 
15
14
Ben Baron
4
1
-
19.0
4.8
 
17
16
Jeff Janoska
6
6
1
28.0
4.7
 
18
9
Robert Chase
3
-
-
13.0
4.3
 Friuli (Japan)
19
18
Richard Orme
8
-
-
33.5
4.2
 
20
19
James Bailey
6
-
1
24.0
4.0
 
20
19
Alan Poulter
6
-
1
24.0
4.0
  Wilhelm (America)
22
7
Alasdair Brooks
6
1
1
23.5
3.9
  Togoland (France)
23
22
John Jordan
11
2
43.0
3.9
 Epirus (France)
24
23
Don McKinney
12
-
2
44.0
3.7
 
25
9
Brian Jones
3
-
1
11.0
3.7
 Angelfish (America)
26
21
Cory Miller
4
-
-
14.0
3.5
 
27
25
Mark Elliot
2
7
-
7.0
3.5
 
28
24
Keith Langley
10
-
-
34.0
3.4
 
29
26
Scott Pankonin
3
-
-
10.0
3.3
  Secundus (Japan)
30
26
Jeff Frischkorn
4
-
-
13.0
3.3
 
31
28
Robert F. Mosdal
3
-
9.5
3.2
 
32
29
Phillip Apps
2
-
-
6.0
3.0
 
32
29
Simon Matthews
2
-
-
6.0
3.0
 
32
29
Eric Scharf
2
-
-
6.0
3.0
 
32
29
Jeff Och
2
-
-
6.0
3.0
 
36
33
Charles Morgan
2
-
-
5.0
2.5
 
36
33
Rodney Holmes
2
-
-
5.0
2.5
 
36
--
Don Stanner
2
-
-
5.0
2.5
 Tibet (America)
39
35
Allan Bell
3
-
-
7.0
2.3
 
40
36
Doug Biggs
6
-
-
12.0
2.0
 
41
--
Giles Norman
3
-
-
6.0
2.0
 Tibet (France)
42
36
Jeff Hiley
2
-
-
4.0
2.0
 
42
36
Simmy Sims
2
-
-
4.0
2.0
 
42
36
Chris Scogings
2
-
-
4.0
2.0
 
45
--
Richard Thumann
3
-
-
5.5
1.8
 Wilhelm (Japan), Togoland (America), Epirus (Russia), Angelfish (Britain)
46
40
Monte Bohna
2
-
-
3.5
1.8
 
47
--
Sid Jackson
3
-
-
5.0
1.7
 Togoland (Russia)
48
41
Eric Moore
5
4
-
8.0
1.6
 
49
42
Mustafa Unlu
2
-
-
3.0
1.5
 
49
42
Jussi Perttila
2
-
-
3.0
1.5
 
49
42
Markus Kaessbohrer
2
-
-
3.0
1.5
 
52
45
Paul Abrahamsen
4
1
-
5.0
1.3
 
53
46
Chris Fischel
2
-
-
2.0
1.0
 
53
--
Davide Pignat
2
-
-
2.0
1.0
 Friuli (Italy)
55
47
Douglas Parker
3
-
-
2.0
0.7
  Secundus (Italy)
56
--
Kevin Barry
2
-
-
1.0
0.5
 
57
47
Jeff Christensen
2
-
-
0.0
0.0
 
58
49
David Boor
3
-
-
0.0
0.0
 
72 Players have finished 1 game. Click here to see the list.
 ADJUSTED RANKINGS
 At the request of several players, I've put together a version of the Pax Ladder which takes into account how well each _power_ does in figuring the rankings (on the theory that a win with a power like Britain is not nearly as impressive as a win with a power such as Japan). It's located here.
 HOW DO THE POWERS RANK?
 America catches Italy and reclaims the third spot overall. Britain and Russia post the strongest set of games, and increase their averages slightly. So does Japan, but its not enough to help...
 
POWER
Wins
Pts.
Avg.
Change
Great Britain
15
205.0
4.66
 
Russia
6
178.5
4.06
 
United States
5
156.5
3.56
 +1
Italy
5
155.5
3.53
 -1
France
7
150.5
3.42
 
Germany
4
136.0
3.09
 
Japan
1
118.0
2.68
 
 

 HOW LONG DO GAMES LAST?
 
YEAR ENDED
Great War
Chinese Rebellion
Deliberate GW
Incidental GW
1880
3
0
3
0
1884
4
0
4
0
1888
5
4
4
1
1892
9
6
3
6
1896
10
7/2
3
7
1900
6
0/1
1
5
1904
4
0
0
4
1908
2
0
0
2
1912
0
0
0
0
1916
1
0
0
1
None
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
Total
44
17/3
18
26
Average Date
May 11, 1895
Sept. 14, 1894 /
May 1, 1899
June 10,1890
June 16, 1900
Deliberate GW means that someone deliberately ended the Game by starting the Great War.
Incidental GW means that the players stumbled into the Great War.


RANKED GAMES
Mark Elliot: 94-1, 95A, 95C, 95D, 95E, 96A, 98A
Jeff Janoska: pbj-1, pbj-3, pbj-4, pbj-5, pbj-6, pbj-7
Paul Abrahamsen: pbx-2
Ben Baron: Game-1
Eric Moore: EM1, EM2, EM3, EM4
John Jordan / Mark Elliot: 94-2
Chris Jones: Acklam
Mark O'English: Yunnan, Venezuela, UP, Uganda, Turcomania, Tunis, Tripoli, Transvaal
Rune Aaboen: Ashantee, Brasil, Cuba, DEI, Fukien, Gabon
Eric Moore / Wayne Williams: EM5
Wayne Williams: Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Dalmatia
Alasdair Brooks: Argyll
Shaun Derrick: Umberto
John Moser: Moser99
Joshua Landrum: Primus

GAMES IN PROGRESS

Joshua Landrum: Secundus.
Wayne Williams: Epirus, Friuli.
Mark O'English: Togoland, Tibet.
Shaun Derrick: Aylesbury. Wilhelm and Yamamoto are both over, but will likely not go into the stats until at least one more game ends.
Keith Langley: Angelfish.
Alex Sanders: Fiji.


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