It's important to remember… These scores are all based on the opinions of judges. And while the judges take it very (very) seriously, they are, in the end, just people with their own opinions. Your favorite shop hasn't scored well over the years? No big deal. If you like the pizza, that's what matters. Eat what you like. If anything, maybe the TOP can help you find a new spot that you might also like.
Numbers include all pizzas up to this point in all Tournaments of Pizza, excluding the first (non-modern) year.
TOP2014 averages compared to past years
The 15 shops with the highest all-time averages
Minimum two pizzas.
Distribution of shop averages, all time
Every pizza from the modern era
If you're so inclined, here's an Excel spreadsheet (xlsx) of all the pizza scores from the AOA Tournament of Pizza's modern era.
Your concept of "a lot of pizza" changes after
172 174 pizzas.
Corrected to include numbers from the 2013 final.
The the 2014 Tournament of Pizza, sponsored by Keeler Mini -- the Tournament of Pizza to end all Tournaments of Pizza -- is almost finished. One last clash of champions remains for this Saturday.
That means it's time for some number crunching. And there are a bunch of numbers now that we have six years of scores in the modern 100-point-scale era of the TOP.
Let's take a look.
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