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Rankings Menu!

Puzzle players can be divided in two groups:

  1. Players who love to relax while assembling a puzzle.
  2. Players who love to look how quick they can assemble a puzzle.

Group #1 only wants to relax while doing their puzzles and feels stress while watching rankings and comparisons.
Group #2
 also loves to look how many puzzles and pieces they can assemble during the 60 days of WPD. They also love to compare a bit with other players.

Both are great puzzle players and both are very welcome to the WPD. 
Prizes won't be given to the most active players, but raffled between all.
We try our best to separate informations of both groups.

This website was created with three menus for the WPD 2020.

  • WPD 2020 leads you to everything you need to play the WPD. (The menu for relaxing players.)
  • RANKINGS 2020 is only for the second group. If you are a puzzle player who loves to relax and who loses his fun while watching rankings, you should avoid this menu! If you love rankings, then this is your menu to enjoy the World Puzzle Days by a maximum of comparisons.
  • 2013-2020 is similar to RANKINGS 2020, only with datas of all events since 2013. Besides this there you can find also your personal record. Avoid this menu also, if you're a relaxing player!

So what can you find here?

  • "Players 2013-20" show you your place in the world of puzzle players according to your activity in all WPD since 2013. You in comparison to all other players. On which place are you worldwide with the number of pieces you've asembled since the WPD 2013?
  • "You in your Country 2013-20" shows you the same, but only in your country. On which place am I with the number of pieces I've asembled until now?
  • "Countries 2013-20" shows all countries playing in the current WPD since 2013. On which place is my country with all pieces me and my countrymen have asembled since 2013? There are three golden tables.
  1. "Most Pieces in 1 Edition" shows you your country record. What was the best players of my country ever reached? How many players have they been? What place do we have worldwide?
  2. "Most Players" shows you the highest number of players we ever had from your country and how many pieces they assembled together.
  3. "Countries total activity 2013-2020" shows you all ever assembled pieces in your and all other countries and your country's place worldwide.
  • "Personal Records" shows you your highest number of pieces, in which year you mastered this number and on which place you are with this number worldwide. A great subpage if you are wondering which personal goal you should set for the next World Puzzle Days. Try to beat your own best mark!
  • "Average Pieces" works similar. There the players are sorted first by their number of participations. Because it is more difficult to have an average number of assembled pieces after five participations, than after three. All players of the same number of participations are sorted by their average number of pieces.