Pool policy is part of the sheet policy, and is edited in the Settings sidebar.
Set pool policy on the Entries sheet prior to initialising pool play.
Be sure to Save any changes before navigating to another sheet.
Shuffle the entries into random order when initialising pool play (i.e."doing the draw").
Will perform a random draw such that teams from the same club or organisation don't play each other. Only check this if it makes sense for your event.
Will initialise pool play with ends columns visible in addition to the shots score. The ends score would follow the shots score e.g.
12-7,5-4. Ranking will be: wins (including draws), ends for, then shots for.
Must be in the range 3–15. Required.
Enter the maximum number of teams per pool. Required.
Chartroom will determine the actual pool sizes based on the number of entries.
Initial text to label each pool. Can be edited on the pool charts at any time.
The default is "Pool #", giving "Pool 1", "Pool 2" …
"Group #A" would give "Group A", "Group B" …
Specify the qualifying criterion that applies to your pool play.
Set one (and only one) of:
Wins means "Wins including draws", so a fractional value like 2.5 is okay.
If the event is decided solely on pool play with no knockout play set Pool rank to 1.
To qualify can also be changed during the event, for example to decrease the number of wins needed if fewer than the scheduled number of rounds are to be played.
Modify or add advanced policy options in Tools > Edit policy in the json object
Specify if you want all pools to be strictly the same size. The field will be made up to a multiple of groupsOf by the addition of wildcards e.g.
Specify true to set up the pool rank in column A, e.g.
Specify to protect a sheet from ever being sorted via Sort pool by column A, e.g.
Specify a certain rink table in a Masterdata sheet, e.g.
"rinkData":"Generic Singles Rinks".
Trim characters from the right of the club string for SCDP purposes. If positive it will discard characters on the right, if negative it will use the characters on the right, e.g.