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Re: Washington DC F2F Tournament

Postby VGhost » 09 Oct 2017, 12:24

nanook was top 7 - I'm guessing I was closer to the other end of the table.
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Re: Washington DC F2F Tournament

Postby nanooktheeskimo » 10 Oct 2017, 13:08

I finished in 7th. I had an absolute blast, and would highly recommend it to anyone looking to dip their toe into the FtF game and see what it's all about. Only thing I might say could've been done better is the chairs...but then again, there's a lot of humor in people that aren't yourself falling instead of sitting down ;)

I'll write more about this when I'm actually home (visited a friend after the tournament ended, driving home today, so probably will write something up by the weekend), but the short version is that it was a great tournament, very well run, a ton of fun to play in, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to try out FtF (and next year it's the host of the world championships, so all the more reason to make it out!).
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