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Old 02-13-2019, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone have PSP 5 man rulebook?

I have been looking online and can't seem to Google-Fu it up in a quick search. I am trying to find a digital copy of the old PSP 5 man rules, pre X Ball stuff.

Edit for clarity- NOT race to, X ball. The old 5 man, one flag hang stuff.

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Old 02-13-2019, 07:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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https://www.sarpl.co.za/extras/downl...s/psprules.pdf


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Old 02-13-2019, 07:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Maybe I wasn't clear. NOT the race to, X ball format. 5 man, like the single point per game, hang the flag thing.

Thanks anyway.
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Old 02-14-2019, 05:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Did you need an actual copy of the rules or will this do? I can check at the shop if needed this weekend since they seem to keep everythiInstead of two flags, 5-man is usually a center-flag format, also referred to as football. Each team’s goal is to be the first to the middle of the field where they can pull the flag from its stand and run it in to the opposing team’s flag base. Because of the need to clear a path to the opposing base, 5-man games are more likely to end with all of the losing team’s players eliminated when all is said and done.

Scoring for 5-Man is simply a scaled version of 10-man scoring. A flag-hang is worth 50 points, flag pull worth 20, each eliminated player worth 4, and each live player worth 2. The five-man format remains a common in the US, in regional and local tournaments, and remained popular in the PSP series until its replacement with 5-Man X-Ball in the league’s 2006 events.

Penalties in 5-Man are usually using the one-for-one system, though some tournament promoters still apply point based penalties.ng if you need the actual scans/digital copy...
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Thanks, yes trying to locate the whole rule book for the old format pre x-ball.

We actually have a hard copy booklet of the modified PSP rules we used for GFOA format. Unfortunately the web site was not maintained and all the digital copies went the way of...well apparently the same place the PSP rules went. The fellow that maintains this physical copy isn't a computer guy and has no way to digitize.
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Thanks, yes trying to locate the whole rule book for the old format pre x-ball.

We actually have a hard copy booklet of the modified PSP rules we used for GFOA format. Unfortunately the web site was not maintained and all the digital copies went the way of...well apparently the same place the PSP rules went. The fellow that maintains this physical copy isn't a computer guy and has no way to digitize.
If you know of a website where the rules used to be hosted, you can possibly find it archived in the Wayback Machine.
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