I don't know if people care or understand how much I weight each round to make it add up to 100, but I'll post the changes to Round 1 because Saint Lucia dropped out. Round 1 predictions get evaluated in six ways. Part C is the simplest, which is 1 point for each group winner. Nobody predicted Saint Lucia to win their group, so I'm leaving that alone. Next I looked at Part D, which is 0.4 (exact), 0.24 (one spot off), or 0.08 (two spots off) for standings predictions for second through fifth, with no points if you are wrong about whether or not a team wins each group. This was going to be 24 teams that won't win their group x 0.4 each = 9.6. With one fewer team, I decreased it to 23 x 0.4 = 9.2. Then I looked at Part B, which is points off in the standings for the teams combined done separately for each group. This was going to be worth 1.1 per group for a total of 6.6. Conveniently, I added the 0.4 that I took away from from Part D to make 7, which allowed me to make five groups worth 1.25 and Group E that would have had Saint Lucia be worth 0.75. Group E will have 6/10ths as many games and 6/10ths the value of the other groups. Part A is the score predictions for each group done separately. The top person in each group gets a perfect score, the worst person gets 0, and everyone else is distributed proportionally in between depending on how many points away from the best person and worst person everyone is. In Post 1 I stated how I evaluate score predictions out of 4, which makes a score out of 40 for Groups A, B, C, D, and F; and a score out of 24 for Group E. The groups combined are worth 13.2 points, which was going to be 2.2 per group. I changed it to 2.35 for Groups A, B, C, D, and F; and 1.45 for Group E. 6/10ths of 2.35 is 1.41, and I made it worth slightly more so I did not have to make another component worth 0.04 more.