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Old 04-28-2013, 03:55 PM
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I think the round ratings "take conditions into account" by looking the the scores propogators carded for each round as a whole. Obviously, the scoring the same on agiven course in quite windy conditions and perfect conditions should be rated differently, as they present different challenges.


So while I don't believe the PDGA factors conditions into ratings directly, they're are captured indirectly, by establishing the ratings based on known propogators.
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