Head to head point differential
When teams have the same amount of points earned, decimal places will be added to their points to break the ties.
For example, three teams might end up with the following points:
In this case, the first decimal equals the total amount of matches won amongst the group of tied teams. In this case, the team with 12.2 points won all 2 matches against the other two teams.
After the first decimal, only 2 teams are still tied, so the process repeats.
The second decimal, equals the total amount matches won amongst the group of the two tied teams. In this case, the team with 12.11 won 1 match against the team with 12.10 points.
Since no tie remains, the process stops. If there was no change after any decimal, the next decimal would rank the teams by point differential (total points won minus total points lost).
This pattern repeats itself up to 4 decimal places.
Tim Lais Lynn Lais vs bye
(A) Tim Lais / Lynn Lais
Mixed Doubles for Advanced players (4.0+ level of play) Round robin first to 11 by 2 for seeding. Followed by a playoff for final positioning which is best 2 of 3 to 11 win by 2. (Round robin 1st vs 2nd, 3rd vs 4th, 5th vs 6th etc).