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Is there a minimum total rep value you need in order to show up in reputation leagues? I cannot find myself in the Meta league of May, nor in the TeX one.

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You're not in the leagues if your reputation is below 200 hit points.

On the sidebar of the Stack Exchange league page for whatever site you're placing bets on you'll see this note:

users with less than 200 reputation are not tracked in the leagues

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Thanks, I had not spotted that. So I imagine that the people shown in the May leagues with <200 total rep are just the ones that later got up to 200. – fudo Jun 9 '11 at 13:33
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heh, "hit points" - you must level up to be considered – Daniel DiPaolo Jun 9 '11 at 14:29

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