Versions Championship

Gold Coast Bells Beach Margaret River Rio Pro Fiji Pro J-Bay Tahiti Trestles France Portugal Pipe Total
v1.7 545.3 505.2 532.07 615.4 590.7 603.41 748.06 (E.W) 599.51 649.12 491.59 459.53 6339.89
v1.5 435.04 611.95 (E.W) 464.35 585.32 608.43 672.91 651.42 532.82 (E.W) 630.75 478.01 534.64 (E.W) 6205.64
v1.8 545.3 505.2 526.73 615.4 576.25 603.41 690.26 494.6 630.75 478.01 459.53 6125.44
v1.4 541.79 572.43 562.35 (E.W) 504.42 503.92 697.26 (E.W) 654.04 482.59 657.72 (E.W) 506.45 (E.W) 442.35 6125.32
v1.3 507.89 571.5 501.09 449.87 668.18 (E.W) 616.43 614.56 377.53 630.75 478.01 459.53 5875.34
v1.1 373.72 595.45 501.08 499.05 593.75 672.91 651.42 415.34 630.75 478.01 459.53 5871.01
v1.2 492.94 604.53 526.81 414.24 404.34 685.21 385.67 385 517.09 329.32 313.69 5058.84
v1.6 418.65 347.77 395.49 573.18 539.91 607.39 - - - - 2882.39

E.W: Event Winner

B.P: Best Event Picks

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The first calculation version was used in the Gold Coast Event and the picks made 472.62 points. Today we are using more acuratte data, so all version are performing a litle better.

It was our first version and we used several parameters to help with it


The second version of the Fantasy Bot was built on the hope to perform better on Bells Beach. We did, but v1.2 is losing on the long run for v1.1

We still use the same parameters, but we have improved the previous events participations calculation. We basically downgraded surfers that were in a descendent pattern. You can be aware of it by visiting the surfers statistic page.

On Gold Coast the Fantasy Bot V1.2 has downgraded Kelly and Adam Melling for the competition. Those were the unique surfers following a downgrade pattern on Gold Coast (both were on worst possible team, we will see through the year if it is a trend ).


The third version, a brand new way of looking at Momentum Rank

For the third version we have improved the calculations for the Momentum Rank, the rookies now start the season with medium scores for this rank and they loose it quickly by scoring bad. For the long run, there was also an improvement for the equation, our statistical analysis for the first two events detected a high importance on Momentum Rank Variables. This will be a major change for the long run. We are still analysing previous data and we have a clue that Momentum Rank might have a low influence in Reef Waves, for this reason v1.3 was unstable at its launch: Margaret River.

We are commited to play serious on version comparisons! Choosing the best calculation must be based on numbers.


The fourth version has a very important improvement. We have made some equalizations and weight balance for the ranks. This is the first mutable version we have made, it will always update ranks weights for better as we have more historical clues. So, the function will learn with the events and adjust its main variables.


Small tune update for version 1.4 with more detailed weight balance for better calculation. It gives a dramatic change, its not easy to update calculations for the better.

The version played as average. The first time it was launched was in Fiji Pro, two upsets in this event downgraded all the versions together. Julian Wilson and Nat Young were amongst all different calculations we have made so far.



It was based on statistical projections of surfers avg score, but we couldn't improve this approach.

We wont update it anymore.


Performance variables were isolated. This version does not care about anything else except the performance numbers: EAHS, EWP, AHS-2016, AHS...

The point is that it finds the perfect balance weight between the variables regarding past events. It will always fit for the best possible performance scenarium regarding past events. No clue regarding momentum is used.


Performance weights are used based on v1.7 results of the most important variables.

The result is then mixed with other variables such as momentum and past position.

Like versions 1.4, 1.5 and 1.7 it is mutable, calculations will change from one event to another.