What: Bring Your Partner Foosball TournamentNo-Conflict Singles and MN Shuffle DYP Tournament to follow
Double Elimination on four T-3000 Tornadoes
When: Saturday, November 2nd
BYP Sign Ups close at 4:45 pm. First matches called at 5:00 pm.No-Conflict Singles Sign Ups close at 7:15 First matches called at 7:30. MN Shuffle DYP Sign Ups close at 7:30. First matches called at 8 pm (or as tables open up from the prior events).
Where: Jimmy's s Pro Billiards4040 Central Ave NE Columbia Heights, MN
100% payback** plus $50 kick-in from vendor split across the two main events.
$11** entry for BYP$5 entry for Singles$10 entry for the DYP
$6 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.
-BYP matches will be given priority when the events are running concurrently- Singles will run no-conflict with the BYP at the time of sign-ups.- As Jimmy's closes at 1 am, I want to ensure we finish by 1 am, so shortened formats/race to 8 in the loser's bracket could occur in the draw as needed based on turnout and timing.
$1 of each entry fee goes to new balls/parts.
The Follow-up Formats:
No-Conflict Singles: This event is meant for those eliminated early from the bring or as a warm-up event for late arrivals for the dyp. It will run double elim (race to 7 in the loser's) if 8 players or less, otherwise single elim. MN Shuffle DYPThis is a form of 'every player for themselves' hyper-draw invented by Tony Mason.The draw works as follows: The first round of the bracket is drawn up exactly like a standard DYP. As teams advance (in either side of the bracket), they have a coin toss to determine the new teams between the four players meeting at that point in the bracket. For example, if a team comprised of A and B wins its first match and meets up with C and D in the next round of the bracket, those four players then toss coins in a four-player mini-draw to determine the new teams for that match in the bracket. (You have a 1 in 3 chance of ending up with your most recent partner).The finals gives an advantage to king-seat only if the two players coming from the winner's bracket draw each other again in the coin toss (though there'd be another shuffle if it goes to a 2nd set, when all bets are off!).