**Man, what are all these crazy columns in the spreadsheet?**

I'm glad you asked! You... may or may not be. Here's a rundown:

Name and Current Opponent: These had better be self-explanatory.

ID: This is just an ID used for coordinating some calculations. It is, in fact, the row number you're on, and is assigned alphbetically.

Col: This is your "color," i.e. do you own sets or not? If you do, this is a 2, otherwise it's a 1.

Seed: A d1000 roll used for randomization. It is the last determiner of pairing if there are no other criteria.

Order: OK, yeah, this is a crazy one. Essentially each group of decimal places corresponds to some piece of information about your current pairing status, using these powers of ten:

8, 7: Your total score

5, 4: Your Solkoff score, that is, the sum of the scores of your opponents

2, 1: Your cumulative score, which is the sum of the sums of your scores after each round. Early wins count for more for this tiebreaker.

-1: Your color

-2, -3, -4: Your seed

Tot: This is just your total score, the first digit (or two) of your order number

Each round has several columns:

O: Your opponent's ID

SC: Your score for the round (2, 1, or 0 for W, D, L)

T: Your total score up through that round

SR: Your Solkoff score for that round, i.e., the (current) total score of your opponent in that round

S: Your total Solkoff score after that round

C: Your total cumulative score after that round