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Feb. 20, 2010
cyclops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reiterating The Issue Concerning TOC Brackets

That seems to be more of a problem with you younger guys. A AA team beat a AAA team twice to win the 60 AA.
Feb. 20, 2010
cyclops
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: How to expand TOC participation

Qualifying, getting bumped up, and then coming back and playing at the level you qualified as is not the automatic ring many people think it is. There was at least one team in TOC at a lower level than their current rating that did not win it.
Feb. 20, 2010
cyclops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: My take on the short note on page 7, bottom right hand side of page.

I'm lookin' at the pictures with the other.
Feb. 19, 2010
cyclops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: My take on the short note on page 7, bottom right hand side of page.

It's a reminder - Keep your eye on the ball.
Feb. 19, 2010
cyclops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: My take on the short note on page 7, bottom right hand side of page.

Who 'reads' that anyway? I just get it for the pictures.
Feb. 18, 2010
cyclops
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Teams Being Bumped Up

You can still play TOC at the level you qualified. S.FLA Heat played at 60AA after being AAA for 11 mos. Qualified at AA, played at AA. You can't just run around picking up anyone you want. They recognize that things change, but there are written down rules on who can add whom.
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