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Aug. 9, 2018
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Why is it just east vs west championship. I would live to see a north, south, east and west championship tournament and then the four winners be in a pool in vegas and that champion be the us champion. I believe it would possibly draw more teams country wide.
Aug. 9, 2018
Nancy Allen
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specialk20, you might want to read Dave's answer to BH44 under the thread HOW LONG?
Aug. 9, 2018
Men's 65
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REPRINT BH44 ... The East vs. West winners playing for the USA National Championship has been around for probably at least ten years ... Those Championships are "qualifying roster events" and are just one step down from the World Masters Championships ... Think in terms of those two being the semi-finals ... The East vs. West USA National Games come from those winners ... The other "Compass Point" events you mention are only "qualifier" tournaments, with basically open rosters, subject of course to players being otherwise eligible for those teams based on age, residency and player experience rating history ... Your question is fairly common, and has been answered the same on multiple occasions over the years ... To earn a berth in the USA games, you must compete, and win, at either the Eastern or Western National events ... Good luck! ...

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