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Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Clearwater, FL
2-man/10-ball Tournament on Sat., Dec. 14 at CFP (Lakeland, FL)
Feel The Rush!
Feel The Challenge!
How it works, in a nutshell: two players per team, ten paintballs each, a flag for each team and five games to win three for the match.
Bring your smile, a sense of fun, sportsmanship and a bit o' skill, of course.
It is down to 2 of you and 2 of them.
Everyone is down to their last few balls - way less
than most players would think about winning with.
But, you decide and start your move — and then, so does everyone else!
It happens! It happens every game!!
Central Florida Paintball in Lakeland, FL
Saturday, December 14th, 2013.
Call a friend and make a team!
Register Now by PMing or E-mailing me!
Sign-in is from 9:00am - 9:40am on the morning of the tournament.
The first game should be at 10:00am.
Playing fees: $22 (which includes the field fee: play woodsball/speedball between your 2/10 matches) - pay on the day of the event at the Pro Shop.
Full details for this event are here.
-- This is a FPO event; paint will be available in the Pro Shop – usually, a team can easily split a bag.
-- Play with whatever airgun [marker] you are comfortable with [pump, semi-mechanical, semi-electro, whatever].)
-- This is a double-elimination tournament: the winner of the zero-loss tree plays the winner of the one-loss tree in the finals. Each team will play at least 6 games (most play many more).
-- Quick overview: the format for the preliminary matches lets teams play often and still have recovery time between matches: one set is played to 3 points (winning a game is 1 point; winning 3 points [games] wins the set) against each team until you reach the finals. A match in the finals is the best of 3 sets against the other team (winning 2 out of three sets).
Bring your very best game - it's the only thing that will win!!
2-man/10-ball Paintball Association
"Things are rarely what they seem, but are always exactly what they are."
- Buckaroo Banzai
"Everything in excess. To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks."
- Lazarus Long
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