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> Tournament Format for MaxTune2
Arlieth Tralare
Posted: Jan 28 2007, 06:44 AM
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Hey, I was planning on running some MaxTune2 tournaments at a local arcade of mine, and I was wondering what the most popular formats are for running these. 4-man singles, 2-man teams, etc? Also, what the most popular tracks are, if they're 2 out of 3 races or a single race, etc.

They'll be at Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills, CA, which just lowered the price of their MaxTune to 75 cents.
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Posted: Jan 28 2007, 09:33 PM
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Please watch which section you are posting in.

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Posted: Jan 29 2007, 10:13 AM
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U LUCKY BASTARD!!!! so lucky u have 4 cabinets to play on, anyways, we did a 1v1 ladder tourney and it turned out pretty good. but if u have 4 cabinets u should definately try a 4 person battle ladder. and if theres enough people 2 do it have a 2v2 tourney as well.
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Posted: Feb 5 2007, 10:03 PM
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a 1 on 1 format is better for a competition. Gives players a better chance at pulling a good time and makes the competition more exciting!
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Posted: Feb 28 2007, 05:02 PM
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I held a tournament where I play a few months ago. The way I set it up was 1 on 1 (Best out of 3) and whoever was eliminated from that bracket ranking was decided by how many meters they lost by.

Say you had 6 people playing in a bracket, that's 3 races, 3 winners, 3 losers. Losers rankings were decided on how many meters they lost to their opponent by (The lower the higher of ranking).
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Posted: Jun 21 2007, 05:51 PM
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Man... I used to be a fairly common regular at that arcade. You guys really need to fix up the cabinets before you even contemplate holding a tournament. Like 90% of the time at least 1 of the cabinets isn't working properly.

FYI - To maybe have SOME sort of reasonable say in this my previous name for that game was -XTC- (White R32 rank S5) if you've seen me play. I was also the one who brought the Gemballas over to FFA.

I haven't played the game in a while, but if you guys really do manage to fix the cabinets and get a good enough turn out I will love to join (given that I get some practice in and full tune a new card...)

Edit: Any clue on what the cost to enter would be?
Would we also have to play per game?
How much of the pot will the winner walk away with?

This post has been edited by hustlervibes on Jun 21 2007, 05:53 PM
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