They had the same score. In a tie the x count decides who wins. If you go by NFAA rules they refer to the x count being the tie breaker for same score and then if the x count is the same then a shoot off. Other wise why even put the x's on the score. just score the 10 or 5 depending on which target you are shooting.x's mean nothing in championship, high score always shootoff if tied
+1??Looking at the scores in the pro division and I am not sure I understand. How does a guy (Logan) shoot a 599 and 52x's by shooting a 300 25x's and then 299 27x's get second place to Reo when he shot a 599 51x's by shooting a 299 25x's and then a 300 26x's. Logan shot 1 more x with the same total. Shouldn't Logan have won or am I not understanding the scoring correctly?