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 Mort's Monthly 1/6: BYP and MN Shuffle DYP
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Posted - 12/31/2017 :  20:50:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hit up the Monthly like it's our last ('cause you never know....)!

What: Bring Your Partner Foosball Tournaments
Double Elimination on T-3000 Tornadoes
MN Shuffle Draw Your Partner Tournament to follow

When: Saturday, January 6th
BYP Sign Ups close at 4:30 pm. First matches called at 5 pm.
MN Shuffle DYP Sign Ups close at 7:30 pm.
First matches for the Shuffle DYP at 7:45 pm. (or as tables open up from the bring).

Where: Mortimer's Pub and Restaurant
2001 Lyndale Ave. S Minneapolis

100% payback
$10 entry for both BYP and DYP;
$5 entry in both events for beginners, ladies, those with beginner partners in the BYP (fooz guru discount), and those that go 0-2 in the BYP.

Expect a split bracket (to ensure no-conflict with the bring) in the draw if there are more than 20 entries.

Parking is limited, so try to get there early. If you cannot make it by 4:45 for the bring, but can make it by 5:30 pm, contact Skip to let him know you're coming and you can still enter the bring. (Txt by 7:45 to get entered in the draft if running late, but your opportunity to pick your partner will be passed if you are not present during the draft).

MN Shuffle DYP

This is a form of 'every player for themself' 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!).
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