Re: Rating formula anomaly?
You are correct that adjusting someone to a higher score would lead to higher ratings but I'm not convinced that other adjustments might not have also been made such as correcting someone's PDGA number so the number of propagators changed. We know the software is sound and would not produce an anomaly for just one event. When someone shoots more than 60 points worse than their rating, they drop out of the SSA calculation which will then drop the ratings. It's possible someone was borderline, and after the score correction, it pushed them out of being a prop.