As it stands, the psychodrama rankings are borked. A person who's won 0 matches out of 0 is worth the same number of points as someone who's won 0 out of 5: 1 point per match. So there's nothing stopping you from playing over and over again, racking up points by playing people who are bad at psychodrama.
As a result, it's way too easy to win by just playing lots and lots of matches. This results in people winning, not because they're the best at the game, but because they live in the city with the most psychodrama newbies to gain points against. Normally, I wouldn't care about this any more than I'd care about the same problem in the combat rankings, but psychodrama actually has a prize which makes balancing it important.
In order to fix this problem, I suggest changing the challenge verb to work as follows:
GESTALT CHALLENGE <opponent> TOURNAMNET <points>
where points are the number of ranking points you're both putting up. Everyone starts with 3 points, and if you lose all your points, you are out of that year's tournament and cannot be played for rankings.