Originally Posted by Effective
Consistently falling on +x%, they could just be lagging all the time

Ok a brief tute on statistics. Latency/lag contributes random noise because ROF is a measure of number of rounds fired in the time duration between first round and last round. Even if a player is consistently lagging, then mean/average noise on ROF is 0. However, if ROF is consistently +10% or +15% higher, over a large measurement period, then bingo, we have 99.5% statistical confidence of an ... awesome player? Yea right.
I can explain statistical confidence in terms of Central Limit Theorem, sampling size and the Normal distribution also if you would like me to do that.