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Discussion: let more teams in t.o.c.

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Jan. 17, 2008
bigdog
Men's 70
40 posts
let more teams in t.o.c.
since there is so many negative reason for notletting teams in the t.o.c. that finished 2nd . if they want to call it a t.o.c. then let all the winner in all the assoc. that won natl. tourney in. some people travel to certain tourney and win but, can,t qualify because it not one of the tourney you have to win to qualify. iam thinking of the teams who can only afford to travel to so few tournaments. the teams who win the tourney that are not on the t,o.c. are kind of left out. that is why i think that a team who finished 2nd should be let in. only if the 1st place team can,t go
Jan. 17, 2008
OREO
Men's 60
88 posts
our team won winter worlds last year, did not go last year
because only 1 other team in our bracket was attending.
should we get a invite this year, not our fault there was
not enough teams to play against. we were told we
would have five games, but championship would be
between 2 teams.
Jan. 17, 2008
WOW
197 posts
That is why these "TOC" tournaments mean absolutely NOTHING. You even have to pay for your "prize". [if you win 1 of these meaningless so called championships]. Look at your ring and think of who the competion really was. Did you really win ANYTHING????? Playing 1 other team!!!! Big Deal. Also,do you think you're getting a deal on those rings????????????
Jan. 18, 2008
huff17
13 posts
They should invite back the defending TOC champions from the year or years before with no roster modifications - those teams are one year older so the competitive edge is addressed
Jan. 18, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4343 posts
huff17
I'd agree to that. Same rostred players as when won, when they earned the invite. Problems would come from players having moved to another team or the like.
But to defend ones crown, is a good thought. May get another team in a bracket to perhaps have 3 instead of one or two, etc etc.
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