From: Tucson, AZ
Larry von Fulk:
Maybe I’ve misunderstood. When I read “tournament” I think of 3 or more players playing multiple mirrored games. Your last post seemed to indicate that the tournament was only between you and one other player. Is that right?
No, of course it's for everybody. The more the better. I was just refering to my success ( maybe ) to round up an opponent for this project, Brian. He's working on a spreadsheet for us to use to keep track of all the opponents and the victory points for the two mirrored games and the total points they have earned so far, etc.
Your last posts also indicates that other players seem to be interested in participating. Suggest that you open the tournament to all players who are able/willing to abide by the rules of turn-around by XX number of hours or days.
Yes of course.
First thing you need to do is document the scenarios to be played, points for scenario victory conditions, how payers will be matched, and the ultimate tournament victory condition.
If you need help setting up the matches, assigning matches or kicking out delinquents, I can help.
That would be great Steve dude. More willing hands would be great. I say let's put you in charge....Tournament master, Ringmaster, ladder daddy, etc.
Good to hear from you by the way.
< Message edited by larryfulkerson -- 7/3/2018 11:10:02 AM >
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