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Discussion: Nationals Logjam-LVSSA-HWSG-SSUSA
|Feb. 22, 2005|
Why are these three tournaments scheduled back-to-back-to-back? Does anyone really think that players/teams can compete $$$ in all three of the tournaments? Again, we the players, are the ones that get stepped on. HWSG was always a great tournament to close out the year. LVSSA and SSUSA are cutting off their nose to spite their face. Spread them out so we can enjoy them all!
|Feb. 25, 2005|
|Hi Gumper. I looked at the schedules for each of the three groups and thought they did a pretty good job in not stepping on each other's toes with metal spikes. Last year LVSSA and SSUSA ran head-to-head in some age groups, which was a situation that didn't do either group the credit they deserve for putting on major tournaments with quality competition. This year looks a lot better! There are NO head-to-head conflicts in any of the age groups, so it seems a team can play in any or all of these toiurnaments if they have the time, the desire and the $$$ (as you put it). This year it's set up like this ...|
SS: 10/20-23 LV: 9/23-25 H: 10/10/14
SS: 10/20-23 LV: 10/7-9 H: 10/10-14
SS: 10/13-16 LV: 9/30-10/2 H: 10/3-7
SS: 10/17-20 LV: 9/26-28 H: 10/3-7
SS: 10/17-20 LV: 10/3-5 H: 10/10-14
SS: 10/17-20 LV: 9/26-28 H: 10/10-14
SS: 10/17-20 LV: 10/3-5 H: n/a
It's my opinion that all three groups did a very sensible job in not preventing any team from playing when and where they want.
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