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So...  how is the new scoring system calculated? 

If I get 500 points as an "evolver" by wiggling from the initial position, is that just a straight up 500 points to my "evolver" score? 

And if I add the last ten points to a solution, but spend an hour and everything I know about folding to get them, then do I only get 10 points?

Or...  how does this work, anyway?

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Your evolver score is just

Your evolver score is just the protein's score.  So if you wiggle from the initial position and the score becomes 8000, your evolver score is 8000. If you add the last 10 points to a solution and the score becomes 9010, your evolver score is 9010.  It is computed in the same way as the soloist score, but used when the solution you started from was worked on by other players.

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Okay, so how about this example...


Edit:

Never mind.  I think I figured it out.

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