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Old 02-21-2010, 11:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Feb 28 '10, 2-man/10-ball Tournament - Genesis Paintball Sports (Odessa, FL)


Imagine a game where it is down to 2 of you and 2 of them.
Imagine everyone is down to their last few balls - way, way less
than most players would think about winning with.
Then, you start your move and so does everyone else!

It happens! It happens every game!!

The Rush!!
The Challenge!!!
Feel it!!!!

The next
2-man/10-ball Tournament
will be held at
Genesis Paintball Sports in Odessa, FL
SUNDAY, February 28th.

Call a friend and make a team!

Register Now by PMing me, E-mailing me or using the Website!

Sign-in is from 9:00am - 9:35am on the morning of the tournament.
The first game is at 9:55am.

Playing fee: a total of $20, which includes air.
Pay on the day of the event:

-- This is a BYOP event; paint will also be available in the Pro Shop usually, a team can easily split a bag.

-- CO2/HPA available (included in the tournament fee).

-- Play with whatever airgun [.68 cal. 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 many teams will play much more.

-- 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!!

-- Pro shop, covered staging area with tables, drinks, burgers/dogs, Papa John's (delivers to site)

2-man/10-ball Paintball Association

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