For the first time in a while, the WPH reveal the Power Rankings alongside the Race Rankings. What’s the diff? Well, the Race Rankings take in results from the current Race4Eight Season only, whereas the Power Rankings give us a broader scope of events dating back 12 months. The WPH uses the Power Rankings for seeding purposes throughout the regular season until the final stop; where the Race Rankings are then used. In this case, Portland’s Player’s Championship is a Race Ranking stop and the biggest of the year for the players on tour. In addition, the WPH invites the Elite Eight to Portland using Race results and the season-ending bonuses are based off the Race Rankings.
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New York proved to be a big Race-Ranking event and it has really narrowed the field down to ten key players: