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SAGA 4pt tournie evening
#11
I'm free as well so count me in Smile
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#12
(05-06-2014, 10:07 PM)Noisysteve Wrote: I think I am actually free that week !!

Good stuff - tried to calculate a date you could make!

(05-06-2014, 11:25 PM)jaqenhgar Wrote: I'm free as well so count me in Smile

Excellent!
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#13
John is up for this too.
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#14
Updated first post with rules etc. Let me know what I've missed, what needs clarification, what sounds stupid, etc. I plan to get some 4' x 3' boards cut for the event.
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(19-06-2014, 02:03 PM)Stuart Wrote: Updated first post with rules etc. Let me know what I've missed, what needs clarification, what sounds stupid, etc. I plan to get some 4' x 3' boards cut for the event.

Don't bother Stu. Grand Melee used 4'x4' but you couldn't go within M of the back section. Save the money, it's not too hard for people to fudge it.
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#16
It's no bother, I've already got much of the MDF kicking around anyway. I'll see how I'm doing for time.
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#17
Player sheet:


.pdf   SAGA Hackathon Player Sheet.pdf (Size: 553.93 KB / Downloads: 112)

Hopefully captures the salient figures that I can bung into a spreadsheet to calculate results. I'll print these out and bring them along on the night.
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#18
Stuart idea from the Grand Melee.

They randomised the first four rounds, hoping to pair experienced vs non-experienced players (they didn't ask who was who though,) before seeding rounds five and six.


The suggestion being to "fix" round one to give say Myself, John, Paul and Chris/Yourself, one of the newer players so it acts as intro/refresher for those guys. However I also understand the feeling that it might be giving the more experienced folks a boost, but you could make round 1 worth no points either way (just kills counting towards tie-breakers,) or reduced points to the experienced players, or something.
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#19
Interesting suggestion. I think simplicity should reign in this first event, so we'll just randomise the first round and see how we get on.

Hoping to find an extra player from somewhere so I can paper shuffle rather than participate, and perhaps then lend a hand where needed.
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#20
At the tourney we did a couple of bods I played showed interest in coming along. If you contacted organiser maybe he would know who I played and I could contact. Bit short for time, but nothing ventured...
Or someone from alvechurch. But they are a bit good!
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