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By rng_58, 5 years ago, In English,

Among top 25 participants of round 3, 23 are in the finalists group. Here are their handles:

Name Country TC Handle CF Handle
Gleb EvstropovRussiaGlebsHPGlebsHP
Ryuta KawaiJapanantaanta
Jakub PachockiPolandmeretmeret
Gennady KorotkevichBelarustouristtourist
Alexey ShmelevRussiaashmelevashmelev
Michael KeverRussiamikhailOKcerealguy
Евгений КапунRussiaeatmoreeatmore
Petr MitrichevRussiaPetrPetr
Makoto SoejimaJapanrng_58rng_58
Borys MinaievRussiaqwerty787788qwerty787788
Marek SokołowskiPolandmnbvmarmnbvmar
Fernando FonsecaBrazilffaoffao
Won-seok YooSouth Koreaainu7ainu7
Gaoyuan ChenChinacgy4evercgy4ever
Artem RakhovRussiaRAD.RAD
Robbin NiChinaOlerRobbinTankEngineer
Ikumi HideJapantozangezantozangezan
Mikhail MayorovRussia2rfmmaxio
Nicholas JimsheleishviliGeorgianika?
Dmytro SobolievUkrainesdyasdya
Yanpei LiuChina?AngryBacon
Chan Min KimSouth Koreakcm1700kcm1700
Alexander MilaninRussiaMilaninMilanin
 
 
 
 
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My TC handle is 2rf

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Chan Min Kim is kcm1700

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Awesome list of people. Mostly C++ and a few Java programmers. I wonder why only those two languages?

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    Most (probably all) of them go through years of ACM training, for which they must use Java/C++.

    UPD: Since a lot of people downvoted this comment earlier, I guess I should explain a bit more: Most people who are topping the competitions nowadays have gone through training in ACM / IOI. If you start later than that, you usually don't have enough time for practicing, and thus have very slim chance against ACM/IOI competitors who have already solved thousands of problems and know all the algorithms/tricks. And people often stick with the language they have most experience in.

    I tried Ruby + Python to solve some CF problems recently. The code is usually shorter & sometimes cleaner than C++. If I did not have years of ACM trainings, I would probably choose Python as my main language in competitions.

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    Beacuse they don't have courage for FPC :D

    Only real programmers don't use Java/C++ :D

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      I just wish we had some red Scala/Haskell programmers.

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Remaining two are of course tomasz.kociumaka and dj3500.

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When the main event starts?

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Do you know if they are broadcasting the final? If, yes! Could you please provide the link?

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Yanpei Liu : cvcvb_lyp

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SnarkNews list with link on contestant statistics.

Mirror of the standings table (does not require Facebook access)

Final standings, contestant and FBHC statistics are updated according with FBHC results.

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    I believe, kcm1700 and ainu7 from the same Korea.

    I think it worth making the country presented in the same way in your table.

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      Country name is imported from TopCoder statistics; looks as for ainu7 it was by some reason added directly (for example, for first Yandex.Algorithm statistics when autoimport from TC was not implemented).

      Removed all "direct" countries for players with TC nicknames and reloaded all data.

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    Ah, I find my name on your site is mis-spelled: it should be "Gaoyuan" instead of "Gaoyan".

    Btw thanks for your site, it is very useful.

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    There is at least one mistake: I solved the second task, not the first one.

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Final scoreboard

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This is the link to see the scoreboard and the problems: https://www.facebook.com/hackercup/scoreboard/?round=1556405007936780

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tourist started 2015 where he finished in 2014 in a spectacular manner. He is a wizard!! Others should participate for the second place.

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Will the problem sets in the final be added in the Gym?

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Sorry to say but this is getting boring. The result of every major final tournaments appears to be same. It's time they add some variation to the tournaments like "contest get you 70% of score & a 100 meters race get you 30% of score". I mean to say there must be some variation.[contest + gaming]. Some of you may argue, that it's a coding contest, hence contest must only decide the overall 100%. BTW, mine was just an idea.

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Looks like it was just another contest for tourist :D There is a good chance he will do another full sweep of contests this year(along with ACM ICPC) ;)

Congratulations also to sdya and GlebsHP.