The number after the name of a set indicates the adjustment. Higher positive numbers indicate a difficult set; “higher” negative numbers indicate an easier set. You can use these values with a team’s ppb to get a rule of thumb adjustment for their stats to compare with performances on a NAQT Invitational Series set.
Note that these are approximate. If it’s early in a season, it’d be more fair to call some of these guesses.
Note that if/when these are adjusted, it can result teams to move in the rankings, perhaps significantly.
Last updated: 10/30/11
IS A set -4
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The mirror of BDAT played on 10/29 at Bonfire of the Vanities was definitely a higher difficulty level than an IS set.