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However, in an era when Wayne Gretzky was scoring **200 points** a season, Federko never got the attention many felt he deserved.

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The Swans remain one of only two clubs to have scored consecutive team tallies above **200 points**, the only other being Geelong in 1992.

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It has won the competition once, triumphing in the University Challenge 2001–02 series by beating Imperial College, London by **200 points** to 185.

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She was a guest in episode 9 of the C series of QI, answering a question deemed almost impossible by host Stephen Fry by correctly naming a chemical reaction equation as an explosion of custard powder, earning **200 points**.

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(See Chess piece relative value.) The king is sometimes given an arbitrary high value such as **200 points** (Shannon's paper) to ensure that a checkmate outweighs all other factors (Levy &

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A player whose rating is 100 points greater than their opponent's is expected to score 64%; if the difference is **200 points**, then the expected score for the stronger player is 76%. A player's Elo rating is represented by a number which may change depending on the outcome of rated games played.

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However, Gretzky stole the show by setting the single season record for goals with 92 and becoming the first player in NHL history to score **200 points** (with 212).

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When the original series first premiered, the goal was **200 points** and for its final year, it was increased to 400 points.

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If the two contestants reach a combined total of **200 points** or more, the family wins the bonus.

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If they get **200 points** or more from the ten answers they win the top cash prize.

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If the family did not earn **200 points**, they won £2 per point, up to £398.

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On the all-star specials, scoring **200 points** along with all five top responses donated £5,000 to both teams.

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If the contestants scored over **200 points**, they won £1,000 and if they found 5 top answers on top, it was increased to £3,000.

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if they got **200 points** or more from the ten answers, they win £10,000 for their chosen charity, tripled if they get all five top answers, and if they score less than **200 points**, those points plus their earlier score would be multiplied by £10 (£3 per point in series 1).

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All misses are erased at **200 points** and again at 500;

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The game has a total of **200 points**.

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If you make the points 3, 2, and 1 respectively and calculate what percentage of its "possible" each college has secured, you will find that College A, with **200 points** out of 300, has scored 66.67 per cent, and B, with 181, only 60 per cent.

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If the difference between the judges' scores differs by **200 points** or more, then a third reader is asked to grade the student's essay.