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Discussion: TOC 60 Major Plus

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Jan. 4, 2009
turn2
484 posts
TOC 60 Major Plus
I was looking at the brackets for the 60 major plus and notice that the Florida Raprtors seem to be the only Major Plus team.
Has the New York Statesmen and Michael's Force 4 already been moved back down to Major? I thought they were just moved up in Oct. Is this how the move ups are going to work?
What is up with these move ups or move downs?
Latter
Donnie
Turn Two
60 Major Plus
Jan. 4, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
I posted a short while back that there were 3 teams in that division. someone made a comment about a team already winning it and I checked ... Guess he was right after all.
I played for a new team the beginning of Dec, (a non ssusa tourney) but we were rated as new one were to be, as 3A. I just looked, due to your post here, and we are now AA. Haven't even played a qualifying tourney yet. I think we are all in for some surprises, roll of the dice, it's a crap shoot or Blind mans bluff.
Jan. 4, 2009
Freddie
Men's 55
108 posts
When a team qualifies for the TOC, whatever rating they were when they qualified, that's the class they play in. Examples:Tucson Bandits (50's) Major & No Dice(55's) Major, qualified as AAA teams & will be playing in Fl as AAA. Best of luck guys & come back as Champions. Both teams have class.

Agave Realty
Jan. 4, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
Freddie,
All is well and good except for the possibility and likely situation, where a team won multiple Mayor tournaments as is often the case.
If by chance they were moved up or down within these wins which level do they play at, the lower or the higher division won. Or do they get to moan and grown to get their pick?
I'd think the higher but the way things are going who knows.
Jan. 4, 2009
Freddie
Men's 55
108 posts
I know for a fact, that the Bandits were the 1st team to be eliminated in the World, as a Major team out of 26 teams.
No Dice didn't make the World.
Jan. 4, 2009
Sisavic
135 posts
Fastsigns 65+ was invited as AA (Palm Springs and Reno) and as AAA (SLC) and will go to the TOC as AAA.

PS Fastsigns came in tied for 4th/5th in Phoenix as AAA.
Jan. 4, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
Sisavic,
I would say you know you can compete at the #A level and should do well even with the lower placement endings.
As you know anyone can be beat on any given day. Just play well and hope that they are your day.
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