Battle Roads Spring (Vancouver, BC, Canada)

Discussion in 'Battle Roads' started by Bidier, Apr 18, 2013.

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  1. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    Hello friends. I've confirmed the dates and venues for the Spring Battle Roads tournaments. All will have registration from 10-11am. The format has changed so there will only be swiss rounds, no top cut, 30 minute rounds plus 1,2,3. Prizing is still really light; Victory Cup trophy cards for 1-3 plus 4 boosters to first and second and 2 boosters for 3 & 4th place. There is no series promo card or promotional item that is given to all participants :0(


    May 18 , 2013 @ GameStars
    Registration Starts: 10:00AM
    Registration Ends: 11:00AM

    June 2, 2013 @ Craving for a Game
    Registration Starts: 10:00AM
    Registration Ends: 11:00AM

    June 15, 2013 @ The Connection Games
    Registration Starts: 10:00AM
    Registration Ends: 11:00AM

    * possible seats limit with pre-registration online and in-person
    Pre-register: http://theconnectiongames.crystalco...mon_spring_battle_road_saturday_june_15th/431

    ***** PRIZE *****

    ***** CHAMPIONSHIP POINT *****

    ***** ORGANIZER *****

    ***** USEFUL ADDRESS *****

    Last edited: May 17, 2013
  2. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

  3. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    IMPORTANT !!!!

    Our first Battle Road on May 18 will have a NEW location. It will no longer be at Magic Stronghold Games. Once the new venue is confirmed, we will let you guys know.
  4. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    May 18 , 2013 @ GameStars
    Registration Starts: 10:00AM
    Registration Ends: 11:00AM

  5. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    Here is a link to the current deck list:

    It is also linked at the bottom of the BR FAQ on where players can get to it themselves.

    ---------- Post added 05/15/2013 at 01:05 PM ----------

    Reminder !! Pre-register for Pokemon Spring Battle Road event on Saturday June 15, 2013. Seating is limited, but we will try to accomidate as many players as we can! Pre-registration is free, but please provide your Full Name, POP ID and date of birth in the comments section of your order. Please arrive at the event before 10:45am or you pre-registration may be forfeit. PLEASE SELECT 'CASH/MONEY ORDER' for payment option, so we don't have to charge you.

  6. evascythe

    evascythe New Member

    Do we need print this out and fill it out beforehand or will lists be provided at the venue?
  7. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    is a good idea to have it ready, it will speed up registration. but if you dont have one, there will be copies at the event for you to use.
  8. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    Battle Road Langley (May 18)

    Junior, 8 players, 3 rounds
    1st: Dorian S. w/ Weavile
    2nd: James L-Y. w/ Darkrai
    3rd: Jesi P. w/ Darkrai
    4th: Jaxson P. w/ Garbodor

    Senior, 8 players, 3 rounds
    1st: Samantha N. w/ Plasma
    2nd: Connor C. w/ RayEel
    3rd: Bradley K. w/ Big Basic
    4th: April H. w/ Darkrai

    Master, 34 players, 6 rounds
    1st: Richard Gao w/ Darkrai
    2nd: Hanseam Park w/ Accelgor
    3rd: Daniel Nguyen w/ Plasma
    4th: Chase Moloney w/ Darkrai
    Last edited: May 18, 2013
  9. PN0iB0i21

    PN0iB0i21 New Member

    It was fun playing after a set release, and it was good to play with people out there!

    However, not to be a jerk or anything, but if I hear another rumor, or anything that may have slip regarding people giving out wins to other people to boost up resistance, then I am considering letting Pokemon Organized Play know about this.

    I know it is just a game, we are here to have fun, and its quite relaxed, but I can't help it that people with connection with head judges put discrepancies on the tournament, and I am not please with this.

    If this can be fixed, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  10. There is nothing you can do if people voluntarily concede. Letting POP know wouldnt do anything IMO. as long as there was no bribery involved or the outcome was not determined by random means.
    10.1. Conceding a Match
    Players may concede a match to their opponents if they wish, and judges should allow players
    the opportunity to offer a concession if time is called on an incomplete match but before the
    players sign their match slip. Once the match slip has been signed by both players, the result of
    the match cannot be changed.
    If a player wishes to concede a match to his or her opponent, a judge or score runner must be
    called immediate
  11. LibertyFigter

    LibertyFigter New Member

    There is a debate over whether conceding to friends is considered good practice, but it is certainly legal under POP guidelines.
  12. Throne0fLegends

    Throne0fLegends New Member

    I don't understand what you're trying to get at? You're talking about resistance and connections to the head judge? If the head judge is paying players under the table or bribing them with packs to concede to another player then fine I completely agree that you should report that to PoP. However, if one person conceded the round before out of his own free will and decided the next round that he's going to play it out for whatever reason then that's his choice. If you're angry that you didn't get top 4 or win then let me assure you it has nothing to do with these people. You win some, you lose some. If you want to play a card game and win more frequently, then better yourself at it. There's no need to be calling out other players and especially the head judge who's only intention is to run a clean and fun tournament.
  13. MGS-58

    MGS-58 Member

    Just thought there was some important info that was not present in the forum that I feel was important to the topic.
    Last edited: May 20, 2013
  14. ATJdragon

    ATJdragon New Member

    This is incredibly disappointing.

    In a span of about 3 posts, a disgruntled tournament participant has questioned the integrity of the Head Judge/Tournament Organizer, slandered some of the most accomplished players in the province, and threatened to report to POP for what he perceives to be unethical (but not illegal) actions without any undeniable evidence of wrongdoing.

    I doubt harm was intended to anyone but this is poor spirit of the game. To prevent animosity at future events, retracting said accusations and apologizing to the offended parties are definitely in order.
  15. rt24

    rt24 New Member

    Pnoiboy21 the same people win because they are good players. Have you ever watched a competitive sport on tv? Your argument about new players not winning is like saying "why dont grandmothers enter the NHL? Why is it always the young fit guys that win?". It is because they play well.

    If you win all of your games you'll do well, resistance only matters if you lose. So chill out. Not to mention this is pokemon AND it's battle roads, the smallest tournament of them all in a pretty casual game..
  16. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    Battle Road Surrey (June 2nd)

    Junior, 23 players, 5 rounds
    1st: Dorian S. w/ Plasma
    2nd: James L-Y. w/ Darkrai
    3rd: Rocco M. w/ Hydreigon
    4th: Jesi P. w/ Darkrai

    Senior, 15 players, 4 rounds
    1st: Joey G. w/ Blastoise
    2nd: Bradley K. w/ Plasma
    3rd: April H. w/ Accelgor
    4th: Erik H. w/ Weavile

    Master, 53 players, 6 rounds
    1st: Chase Moloney w/ Plasma
    2nd: Garik Smith-Manchip w/ Darkrai
    3rd: Dana Crane w/ Lucario
    4th: Trevore Reed w/ Plasma
    Last edited: Jun 3, 2013
  17. Bidier

    Bidier New Member

    Battle Road Vancouver (June 15)

    Junior, 13 players, 4 rounds
    1st: Rachel C. w/ Big Basics
    2nd: James L-Y. w/ Darkrai
    3rd: Dorian S. w/ Plasma
    4th: Rocco M. w/ Garchomp

    Senior, 13 players, 4 rounds
    1st: Bradley K. w/ Plasma
    2nd: April H. w/ Accelgor/Garbodor
    3rd: Joey G. w/ Blastoise
    4th: Kaiden R. w/ Eelektrik

    Master, 28 players, 5 rounds
    1st: Hanseam Park w/ Accelgor
    2nd: Eric Vanghan w/ Darkrai
    3rd: Dana Crane w/ Lucario
    4th: Aaron Griffiths w/ Weavile
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2013

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