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Guest Writer - PMRank Leader & Game Designer
Strong Bad is a well-traveled Smash veteran who currently resides in Oakland, California. He is known primarily for his performances in Project M tournaments and organizing PMRank. When he's not up-throwing unsuspecting opponents or tweeting song lyrics, he's hard at work in the game dev industry as a Game Designer. You can catch him on Twitter @Strong_Badam.

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Equipped with handy infographics, Sabre and Strong Bad take a deeper look at PMRank to analyze things such as character and regional representation among the top 50, as well as some predictions as to how they may change in 2017.
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Today marks the conclusion of PMRank as we present the Top 3 Project M players of 2016. None of these players were part of the conversation for best player in 2015, but each exhibited meteoric rises to top player status last year. .
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PMRank continues today with ranks 6-4! Within the top 6, we have reached the portion of the list filled exclusively with Project M Titans.
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Hello and welcome to Day 5 of PMRank! Today we start with the top 10 of PMRank2016. All of these players have proven time and time again with their placings that they belong here. .
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Welcome to day 4 of PMRank! As each article goes on, the competition gets more fierce. Today's ranking primarily features a myriad of East Coast gatekeepers and few players you may know from their Melee exploits.
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PMRank continues after a short hiatus with ranks 30-21! Today’s section of the ranking is filled with coastal rivalry, with a few entries from the often underrated Midwest. Catch ranks 20-11 tomorrow here on SmashBoards!
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Welcome to the second day of the very first PMRank! This week features long-standing veterans of the game as well as some faces more commonly associated with other Smash titles. We are taking a short break tomorrow and will be back Thursday with ranks 30-21.

PMRank is a panel-based Power Ranking of the top 50 Project M players worldwide. Players, commentators, and tournament organizers within the community had the opportunity to apply to be panelists, and we ended up with about 20 panelists by the time of the project's conclusion. Initially, 85 players were qualified to be ranked based on their placings and attendance at major Project M events throughout 2016. Only 50 highly skilled players made the final list.
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Welcome to the very first PMRank! We are pleased that SmashBoards is hosting our articles for the inaugural list.

PMRank is a panel-based Power Ranking of the top 50 Project M players worldwide. Players, commentators, and tournament organizers within the community had the opportunity to apply to be panelists, and we ended up with about 20 panelists by the time of the project's conclusion. Initially, 85 players were qualified to be ranked based on their placings and attendance at major Project M events throughout 2016. Only 50 highly skilled players made the final list.
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