Bicentennial Bey Tourney 2009- 3/14/09

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Date: March 14th, 2009 (Raindate: March 15th, 2009)
Time: 1:00 pm until sun down
Cost: Free
Location: Bicentennial Park- 176 Hardenburg Ln,East Brunswick,NJ 08816
Format: Plastics (bring hms and mfb if you like)(Going by the restricted format list)
IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE BE THERE BY 1:00 SO WE CAN HAVE 45 MINUTES TO TRAIN AND START THE TOURNEY AT 1:45! I WOULD LIKE US TO HAVE MORE TOURNEY BATTLE TIME AND FREE BATTLES AFTERWARDS FOR BEYPOINTS.

Style: Round Robin/ Double Elimination
Stadiums used:
MFB Attack
MFB Balance Stadium(maybe)
MFB Stamina Stadium(maybe)
Tornado Balance
and any others some may choose to bring..TAKARA ONLY PLEASE!
NOTE: IT IS MANDATORY THAT ALL BEYBLADERS THAT WILL FREE BATTLE OR JUST PLAY HERE TO PRINT OUT A LOG SHEET!!! IT WILL BE EASIER TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR BATTLES. LOG CAN BE FOUND AND PRINTED BY USING THIS LINK:
http://worldbeyblade.org/wbotournamentrecord.pdf

Attendance List:
Bluezee
Pinoy Blader
Maz
EvilMeros187
BladeBee
EvilMeros187's Friend(maybe)
Anubis(maybe)
Ozzy(maybe)
Karice(maybe)
blackdranzer(maybe)
Strata(maybe)
Khomari(maybe)
Soloman(maybe)

Please be sure to contact me or Pinoy in advance if you know you wont be able to make it. Deadline for attendance is soon so please get with the program. Thank you.

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Hm, I don't know... I'm moving soon, but don't know the date. It's also 3 hours away. So we will see.
I'll put you as a maybe. That would prevent issues.
Ill bring my tornado balance. And what parts are restricted for plastics?
Thats great. We can use that if necessary and there is no plastic restricted yet. Ill post it here if anything changes on it.
It may be..we will see.
We will see..Maybe pot luck money or MFB..do they really matter? Either you are coming or youre not
It matters because they want to know which prizes they want.


Anyways, you should at least make a Logo...
It isn't all about prizes, they are lucky there are even tournaments hosted near them. It's more about have a good time doing a hobby you enjoy with other people.
Yeah, I know; but there could at least be a fee with a the pot being the prize.
(Feb. 28, 2009  11:49 PM)BlackDranzer Wrote: Yeah, I know; but there could at least be a fee with a the pot being the prize.

This really isn't the spirit of competition at all, is it?

And there should "at least be a logo"? For a small tournament, why? Jesus, why don't you guys just not go because if all you want is prizes I'd prefer you just got out of here. Organizing tournaments is hard work as it is and we host them to support the Beyblade community, prizes are expensive.
Thank you Brad. People seem to forget that this take a lot of work and time. Anyway, pot luck or prizes have not been determined yet so wait and see.
I'm not saying prizes are all that matters. Anyways it is work to organize, but it's not expensive to pay an entree fee for a pot as an alternative...all I was saying.
(Mar. 01, 2009  12:15 AM)BlackDranzer Wrote: I'm not saying prizes are all that matters. Anyways it is work to organize, but it's not expensive to pay an entree fee for a pot as an alternative...all I was saying.

I really don't like this and I'm considering banning it from the WBO.
(Mar. 01, 2009  12:18 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Mar. 01, 2009  12:15 AM)BlackDranzer Wrote: I'm not saying prizes are all that matters. Anyways it is work to organize, but it's not expensive to pay an entree fee for a pot as an alternative...all I was saying.

I really don't like this and I'm considering banning it from the WBO.
Are you serious? You mean banning the pot idea or me?
I think he meant the idea.
I don't think you should ban it though........it's a good thing when used in the right way. It's just a pity that some people are putting prizes before other things. Unhappy
I don't like the idea of playing for money. It seems like gambling to me, which is not something I want to encourage.
Then you could use the entry fee as the money to buy the prize, cause I kinda do agree that it's like gambling.
A small entry fee wouldn't be bad, if it's used towards the prizes and such but I don't like that you have to pay to enter a tournament, most people just want to go to a tourney (which is not as frequent now-a-days) and have fun.
Yeah, it's up to the host. Prizes don't matter esp for a small tourney.
I think donations towards a prize are a good idea but should be optional and more of an afterthought than 'Oh hey, we're having a tourney = what'll the prize be?'