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Jan. 11, 2018
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Results

So now I notice that the Phoenix tournament from November has scores and results posted but Ft Myers which was played a week earlier is still blank, also Vegas still blank. What gives?
Dec. 14, 2017
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Results

mck71. So you're saying that the scores can only be updated on the brackets in their same system and only the same person can update? Seems way to over complicated. I'd settle for someone taking a picture of the brackets and results that every tournament have posted on a fence. Each tournament director take a picture with their smart phone, have their grandson show them how to send it to Sacramento, they post and boom done. I think a lot of it comes down to people running the tournament not sending in results. Results from some are never posted year after year.
Dec. 13, 2017
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Results

Does it irk anyone else that the site either doesn't post results and scores for tournaments or they take forever. I'd like to see scores and brackets completed sometime soon after we play in a tournament. A lot of times once your team is eliminated you leave and don't know who won. (Yeah, I know, just win.) Can't be that hard, results for Vegas and Ft Myers still not up.
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