Regional Championships 2008, Colorado Springs CO

Discussion in 'Regional Championships' started by EeveeLover, Feb 29, 2008.

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  1. bonslypwns

    bonslypwns New Member

    chubby: Don't be modest. ;) We know you're gunna pwn. Anyways... you have brawl? I own with peach so watch out! :lol: Yea I guess top 2 is the way to go... but who knows.

    Yea, can't wait to see the rogues coming!

  2. SteveP

    SteveP Active Member

    Last edited: Mar 29, 2008
  3. blazekid

    blazekid New Member

    I know I haven't seen you and Joey in like two years I'm about a foot taller now.:biggrin:
  4. spookees

    spookees Active Member

    So is Joey, maybe even more!! :)
    Lets meet up if we can Friday evening!
  5. blazekid

    blazekid New Member

    Ok are you guys driving if so I could see if my mom could make you dinner at my house. It is a bit far from the hotel though but you would get to see the Broadmoor.
  6. Logion

    Logion New Member

    Jeez, with all this bragging about the metagame, CO better deliver. Now, as long as choosing a deck doesn't overwhelm my fragile sanity, I'll see everyone at the tournament to better my 2nd place finish from last year.
  7. SteveP

    SteveP Active Member

    Hey Logan! Bring all your UT masters buddies - Dad too! We need to hit 64+ so we can run top 16.

    Pick a deck now and playtest the heck out it. I expect the meta-game to be very diverse. GG or Magmortor might get you to the TopX, but there are so many counters and techs to the meta-game that 1st place is no guarantee.
  8. HurricaneWarty

    HurricaneWarty New Member

    I love how the metagame seems to be changing everywhere as we come into regionals! It feels like everyone is finally figuring out how to come up with fresh ideas to beat the "big boys" that have dominated this year. Hopefully we see the payoff.
  9. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    I always thought that was how Regionals was supposed to be. Testing new ideas for Nationals and beating the old stuff from States / BR's / Cities.
  10. bonslypwns

    bonslypwns New Member

    Well a week left. Yea... no idea what to play though. But it's gunna be a blast! Can't wait to see what decks i'll be seeing!
  11. XYZ_Sniper

    XYZ_Sniper New Member

    really now :eek:

    mehehe i decided to raid this forum too :lol:
    anywho i will NOT be attending this regionals which is sad cause this would be cheaper :nonono:
    anyway i wish you all luck and let my twin deck *who i did not think of* win :thumb:
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2008
  12. HurricaneWarty

    HurricaneWarty New Member

    How many people would we have to get in one age divison to go 7 rounds? Just curious because I wouldn't put it past us going 7 in the Masters! It might be a stretch but it would be cool to get enough Seniors to go t16 there as well.
  13. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    agreed. 4 more days until utah takes home some trophys.

    ~Professor ultimatedra~
  14. bonslypwns

    bonslypwns New Member

    I'd guess over 64 (top 16) would mean 7 or more rounds... I dunno. And I'm crossing my fingers for T16 seniors. That'd be sick! I dunno... I think CO's gunna keep those trophies nice and safe in our hands, we'll have to see. ;)
  15. blazekid

    blazekid New Member

  16. Blastoise_Trainer

    Blastoise_Trainer New Member

    Sorry but someone new is going to bring some trophys home this time. I cant say which state, but were going to be there.
    And be ready for Shadow Force.
  17. HurricaneWarty

    HurricaneWarty New Member

    Sweet, their are going to be people from New Mexico making the trip? That's good news :thumb: the more the merrier in my book!
  18. SteveP

    SteveP Active Member

    [DEL]Common now.[/DEL] (oops - I mean com'on now.) I thought the UT professors knew their stuff. :tongue:

    The answer is found in the Tourney OP Procedures:

    2.1.3. Determining the Number of Rounds Needed
    Use the following guidelines to determine the number of rounds needed to
    determine a winner in a Swiss tournament:

    Players Rounds
    6-8 3
    9–16 4
    17–32 5
    33–64 6
    65–128 7
    129–256 8

    Back to back posts merged. The following information has been added:

    Also, just to clarify, it takes only 46 to make Top 16, not 64.

    Use the following guidelines to determine the number of rounds needed to
    determine a winner in a Swiss plus Single Elimination tournament:
    6-8 2 or 3 Top 2
    9–11 3 or 4 Top 2
    12–16 3 or 4 Top 4 or 2
    17–22 4 or 5 Top 4 or 2
    23–32 4 or 5 Top 8, 4 or 2
    33–45 5 or 6 Top 8, 4 or 2
    46–64 5 or 6 Top 16, 8, 4, or 2
    65–90 6 or 7 Top 16, 8, 4, or 2
    91–128 6 or 7 Top 32, 16, 8, 4, or 2
    129–256 7 or 8 Top 32, 16, 8, 4, or 2
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2008
  19. rhodesia123

    rhodesia123 New Member

    rare now!
  20. SteveP

    SteveP Active Member

    Common, uncommon now, if you're playing in the Professor Cup! :tongue::biggrin:

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