Tue, Oct 10|
10/7 MN Monthly: BYP and Draft!
The Midwest's Premier Monthly Foosball Tournament
Time & Location
Oct 10, 4:30 PM
Columbia Heights, 4040 NE Central Ave, Columbia Heights, MN 55421, USA
About The Event
What: Bring Your Partner Foosball Tournament Draft Your Partner DYP Tournament to follow Double Elimination on four T-3000 Tornadoes
When: Saturday October 7th
Schedule 4:45 pm: BYP Sign Ups close 5:00 pm: First matches called 7:30 pm: Draft Sign Ups close 7:45 pm: Draft Occurs (there will be a brief 10-15 min hiatus in BYP matches while the Draft selection occurs; Draft matches will begin soon thereafter).
Where: Jimmy's s Pro Billiards 4040 Central Ave NE Columbia Heights, MN
$10 entry for BYP
$10 entry for the DYP,
$5 BYP entry for -beginners, -female foosers, -those with beginner partners, (foos guru discount) (Beginner status at TD discretion), $5 entry for the DYP for those that go 0-2 in the bring.
**Beginner Friendly BYP** We will use the Appleton point spot handicapping system in the bring to keep the games fun and competitive.
-BYP matches will be given priority when the events are running concurrently - As Jimmy's closes at 1 am, I want to ensure we finish by 1 am, so shortened formats (2/3 to 4) in the loser's bracket could occur in the draw as needed based on turnout and timing.
The Draft! Pick-Your-Partner Draw
The draw works as follows:
The draft order is composed of a random ordering of all players. Players will get to view the Draft Order Board in advance and during the selection process. The first player at the top of the order gets to choose their partner from all the rest of the players (the drafted player is crossed off the draft order). The second chooses from all those remaining...and so forth down to the final two not chosen. That team gets the drop on every game as a consolation (no hard feelings hopefully : )) All the drama of a draft (the steals, the strategy) plus pitfalls of a standard draw avoided (if you're more of a goalie you can look for a forward; it's less likely you'll end up w/ X if you don't like playing with X, etc). Plus it's still a format where the top two players could end up together or the rookie could choose the top pro.