In the WPPR system, certain offenses committed in competitive pinball play are considered especially heinous…
It’s a podcast of semi-coherent, misguided ramblings based on competitive pinball!
Drop those pitchforks! Put out those fires! Everything will be OK.
Josh Sharpe returns to Coast 2 Coast Pinball to talk about, among other things, the many WPPR-tunities that have been available recently.
“How-to” submit the results of your tournament without pulling your hair out, or facepalming or head-desking yourself.
Well, here it is. The mathematical combinations, permutations, recursions and calculus that WPPR enthusiasts have been waiting for have been revealed over at IFPA PINBALL.
Pinball is about to get another competitive makeover when IFPA implements WPPR version 5 in January, and the rankings shuffle once again. Still, it’s nice to see old media is noticing some of the changes that have already happened.
Get your very own WPPR card at Slapsave … also get a player history that graphs your ranking performance … get iCal calendar feeds to track tournament events in your area.