This page has data on records on matches played under various circumstances at PTs. I'm on the lookout for more stats to add to this page, so if you have suggestions feel free to suggest them! Data inlcudes all paper PTs I have access to: PT Los Angeles 1998—Mythic Championship VI.

View records in elimination matches, records against players in their first PT, records on the first day of Swiss, or records on the final day of Swiss. Blue headings sort the table.

An "elimination match" is a match where the loser no longer could wind up even tied for eighth on breakers. I admit that there's odd looking backwards in time here—I made the stat by looking at the total number of match points of everyone who made top eight first and then looked through each person's results to see at what point they could no longer finish tied for eighth. Determining when someone is "actually" eliminated is difficult because we can get into a morass of hypothetical tiebreakers, so I settled for checking to see when people were eliminated from garnering a so-called virtual top 8. Most recent PTs see someone get into the top 8 with a 12-4 record, so you could read the stat as "record in matches at x-4, x-3-1, or x-2-2" since a loss from that position would guarantee you less than 36 match points on the tournament.

Every person at least 10 games over .500 is displayed.

I went through and purged about 350 people whose first PT was before my dataset begins (my first event is PT Los Angeles 1998). Thanks to the team at www.gatheringstats.com for their work. There were diminishing returns in terms of how many names I was catching for each PT by the beginning of 2000, so I stopped at that point. There are almost certainly a few false positives, e.g. people whose first PT was a team event. These numbers really should be read with a ±3 or so.

Qualification is fifty matches for percentage and fifty wins for record.

The world championships from 1998-2011 (except 2007 for some reason) were played over three days. The first two days are counted in day one, while day three is counted as the final day.

Qualification is forty-eight matches—six full day ones. The top 75 are shown.

The world championships from 1998-2011 (except 2007 for some reason) were played over three days. The first two days are counted in day one, while day three is counted as the final day.

Qualification is forty-eight matches—six full day twos. The top 75 are shown.