Aug
07

Shin LA Burst Limited 8-7-21

  South Pasadena, California
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Orange Grove Park
815 Mission Street
  We will meet around the gazebo at 1:00 PM
02:00 PM on 08/07/2021
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Format
Burst Limited

Selected official Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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Admission
5 cash  

Admission fee goes towards the gazebo rental fee.


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*Gazebo is located at the Green X

PLEASE READ!!!
This is a Burst Limited event. Please refer to the rulebook link below to see what Beyblade Burst products are allowed for the event:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TyOQ...YXo7I/edit

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WBO Tournament info:

If you have a question about the tournament, please post it in this tournament thread.  Generally, that is the quickest way to get an answer.  Also, please read through the tournament thread as your question may have already been answered.  Private messages are inefficient as many members ask the same questions.  

Participant Cap: 28

Prizes: 

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Tournament Prizes – Sponsored by MallOfToys.com

The winner (1st place player) of this tournament will receive an online gift code for MallOfToys.com, the official worldbeyblade.org sponsor! The online gift code will be distributed via private message directly to the winner after this event has been successfully processed by WBO Staff.


  • 1st Place: $30 USD Gift Code

* Please be aware of the new community rules. Registering for the tournament and not showing up is a Tournament Violation. https://worldbeyblade.org/Announcement-Community-Rules

Event Schedule
01:00PM-01:30PM Registration 
01:30PM-01:45PM Bracket Set-up
01:45PM-02:00PM Announcements
02:00PM Tournament Starts
*Tournaments can last up to 5 hours
**please meet for registration outside of the gazebo if the the gazebo is occupied.  We have the gazebo reserved starting at 2PM.

Need-to-Know Information

1. During Registration, Open Your Account Page

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2. Arrive On Time

You must arrive by the tournament start time to enter. We cannot add new players to an event once it begins. If you're running late, contact the host.

3. Stay Aware of Your Belongings

We do everything possible to ensure a safe environment, but can't be held responsible for lost or stolen goods. Keep your gear close by!

4. The Tournament Will Last At Least a Few Hours

This event is likely to last at least a few hours. If you can't commit to the entire tournament, you're welcome to come watch and play for fun instead!

5. Listen For Your Username To Be Called

Your name will be called when it's time for your next battle. If you need to leave early or take a break, tell a judge. Missing a match could mean disqualification!

6. Players Must Meet Regional Product Age Restrictions

All players in this event must meet the age restrictions on Beyblade products in their region. TAKARA-TOMY recommends Beyblade for ages 6+. Hasbro recommends Beyblade for ages 8+. Players under these ages may only participate with the permission of their parent/guardian.

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(Aug. 05, 2021  12:04 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 04, 2021  11:52 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote: If I say it, It won't make sense so google is saying it for me A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format that features a fixed number of rounds of competition, but considerably fewer than for a round-robin tournament; thus each competitor (team or individual) does not play all the other competitors. Basically everyone battles and you don't get eliminated after one loss, you battle tons of times then the four with the most points go to the finals and it turns into single elimination. (It's the same format that was used in the International Bladers Cup in Beyblade Burst God/Evolution)

So basically you battle against random people to 3 pts, then the 4 people with the most points go to the finals and it turns into a 4 way tournament with 5 pt matches? Correct me if anything I said is wrong.

Yes, the top four will go to the semi-finals and the 2 winners of the semi-finals will go to the finals and whoever wins the finals wins the tournament! Good luck bro, you better win for me, if it's going to be recorded I'll be cheering you on.
(Aug. 05, 2021  12:08 AM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 05, 2021  12:04 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: So basically you battle against random people to 3 pts, then the 4 people with the most points go to the finals and it turns into a 4 way tournament with 5 pt matches? Correct me if anything I said is wrong.

Yes, the top four will go to the semi-finals and the 2 winners of the semi-finals will go to the finals and whoever wins the finals wins the tournament! Good luck bro, you better win for me, if it's going to be recorded I'll be cheering you on.
I hope I win! But there’s some serious competition, and i have no idea what Bey the opponent is gonna use for any of the matches, course they also have no idea what I’m gonna use, but I’m gonna give it my all and go for the win!
(Aug. 04, 2021  11:52 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 04, 2021  11:51 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: What’s Swiss format?

If I say it, It won't make sense so google is saying it for me A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format that features a fixed number of rounds of competition, but considerably fewer than for a round-robin tournament; thus each competitor (team or individual) does not play all the other competitors. Basically everyone battles and you don't get eliminated after one loss, you battle tons of times then the four with the most points go to the finals and it turns into single elimination. (It's the same format that was used in the International Bladers Cup in Beyblade Burst God/Evolution)
The God Bladers cup used group round robin actually.

But yeah, every round you’re matched against people with the relatively same win-loss record in the tourney. So the more you win, the harder it gets. The more you lose, the easier it gets.

EDIT: I just saw the above posts, most tournaments take the top eight bladers when doing swiss.
So for the amount of people in the tournament currently there is 16 meaning, it’s group round robin. The bladers are split into 2 even groups, each Blader battles all the other bladers to 3pts, 2 bladers with most wins from each group advance to the semifinals. But in the semifinals, how are the matches? Like are they deck format, are they normal and to 3pts, normal and to 5 pts, like what is the semifinals gonna be?

Anyone? Please?
(Aug. 05, 2021  6:29 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: So for the amount of people in the tournament currently there is 16 meaning, it’s group round robin. The bladers are split into 2 even groups, each Blader battles all the other bladers to 3pts, 2 bladers with most wins from each group advance to the semifinals.  But in the semifinals, how are the matches? Like are they deck format, are they normal and to 3pts, normal and to 5 pts, like what is the semifinals gonna be?

Anyone? Please?
In the finals we will play WBO deck format.  The deck format rules are in the rulebook linked in this thread.  Actually, all of this is in the rulebook.  Please review the rulebook before the event. It is a nice way to prepare.
(Aug. 05, 2021  6:56 PM)Shindog Wrote:
(Aug. 05, 2021  6:29 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: So for the amount of people in the tournament currently there is 16 meaning, it’s group round robin. The bladers are split into 2 even groups, each Blader battles all the other bladers to 3pts, 2 bladers with most wins from each group advance to the semifinals.  But in the semifinals, how are the matches? Like are they deck format, are they normal and to 3pts, normal and to 5 pts, like what is the semifinals gonna be?

Anyone? Please?
In the finals we will play WBO deck format.  The deck format rules are in the rulebook linked in this thread.  Actually, all of this is in the rulebook.  Please review the rulebook before the event. It is a nice way to prepare.

I have reviewed the rulebook several times, but some things just don’t make sense. And sorry if I am asking this, but it’s my first time. And thanks for telling me!
Sorry I keep asking, but I can’t find this anywhere in the rulebooks. So there’s 16 people, meaning it’s gonna be a round robin. 2 groups with 8 people and each Blader battles the other. But you know how in the anime it was the first 2 people to reach 4pts that went to the final? I’d it like that in real life too? Like is there a certain amount of points you have to get to go to the finals, or is it just the 2 people who win the most in each group? Again, sorry I keep asking.
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:15 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Sorry I keep asking, but I can’t find this anywhere in the rulebooks. So there’s 16 people, meaning it’s gonna be a round robin. 2 groups with 8 people and each Blader battles the other. But you know how in the anime it was the first 2 people to reach 4pts that went to the final? I’d it like that in real life too? Like is there a certain amount of points you have to get to go to the finals, or is it just the 2 people who win the most in each group? Again, sorry I keep asking.
The tournament systems can be found in the organizer guide.  It is the same place you can find the rulebooks, under “Rules and Resources”
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:24 PM)Shindog Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:15 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Sorry I keep asking, but I can’t find this anywhere in the rulebooks. So there’s 16 people, meaning it’s gonna be a round robin. 2 groups with 8 people and each Blader battles the other. But you know how in the anime it was the first 2 people to reach 4pts that went to the final? I’d it like that in real life too? Like is there a certain amount of points you have to get to go to the finals, or is it just the 2 people who win the most in each group? Again, sorry I keep asking.
The tournament systems can be found in the organizer guide.  It is the same place you can find the rulebooks, under “Rules and Resources”
I looked there, but I guess I can look again.
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:30 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:24 PM)Shindog Wrote: The tournament systems can be found in the organizer guide.  It is the same place you can find the rulebooks, under “Rules and Resources”
I looked there, but I guess I can look again.
Is this what you found in the guide?  

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(Aug. 06, 2021  9:26 PM)Shindog Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  7:30 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: I looked there, but I guess I can look again.
Is this what you found in the guide?  

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Yep! I found it
(Aug. 06, 2021  10:53 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  9:26 PM)Shindog Wrote: Is this what you found in the guide?  

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Yep! I found it

Does this explain what you want know?
(Aug. 06, 2021  11:21 PM)Shindog Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  10:53 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Yep! I found it

Does this explain what you want know?

I know the rules, but it doesn’t explain how many wins you need to get to the finals. What I want to know is do you need a certain amount of points to go to the finals, or is it just the 4 people with the most wins?
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:15 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 06, 2021  11:21 PM)Shindog Wrote: Does this explain what you want know?

I know the rules, but it doesn’t explain how many wins you need to get to the finals. What I want to know is do you need a certain amount of points to go to the finals, or is it just the 4 people with the most wins?
U just need To have the most wins
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:24 AM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:15 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: I know the rules, but it doesn’t explain how many wins you need to get to the finals. What I want to know is do you need a certain amount of points to go to the finals, or is it just the 4 people with the most wins?
U just need To have the most wins
Cool, thanks!
Ok, 1 last thing Shindog! I noticed the park is at a gazebo, does that mean the battles will be where we stand up? Or can we still battle on the floor? Like is it one out of those 2 or do we get to choose?
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:59 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:24 AM)UnseenBurst Wrote: U just need To have the most wins
Cool, thanks!
Ok, 1 last thing Shindog! I noticed the park is at a gazebo, does that mean the battles will be where we stand up? Or can we still battle on the floor? Like is it one out of those 2 or do we get to choose?
We will play on the floor.
(Aug. 07, 2021  3:13 AM)Shindog Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  12:59 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Cool, thanks!
Ok, 1 last thing Shindog! I noticed the park is at a gazebo, does that mean the battles will be where we stand up? Or can we still battle on the floor? Like is it one out of those 2 or do we get to choose?
We will play on the floor.

Ok
Today’s the day! Lets do this!
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:51 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Today’s the day! Lets do this!

Win it, bro!
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:57 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:51 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: Today’s the day! Lets do this!

Win it, bro!

I’ll try my best! Gonna give it my all! Thanks for the encouragement dude!
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:59 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:57 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote: Win it, bro!

I’ll try my best! Gonna give it my all! Thanks for the encouragement dude!

No problem! Promise me one thing, you'll get rid of "I've never actually been to a tournament" on your signature LOL
(Aug. 07, 2021  7:00 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:59 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: I’ll try my best! Gonna give it my all! Thanks for the encouragement dude!

No problem! Promise me one thing, you'll get rid of "I've never actually been to a tournament" on your signature LOL
I’ll get rid of that as soon as I leave!
Challonge link: https://worldbeyblade.challonge.com/9bfupzbs
(Aug. 07, 2021  7:00 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  6:59 PM)TheRogueBlader Wrote: I’ll try my best! Gonna give it my all! Thanks for the encouragement dude!

No problem! Promise me one thing, you'll get rid of "I've never actually been to a tournament" on your signature LOL

I won 3 matches, lost 3 matches. Damn it. I’ll do better next time though.
(Aug. 08, 2021  12:03 AM)TheRogueBlader Wrote:
(Aug. 07, 2021  7:00 PM)UnseenBurst Wrote: No problem! Promise me one thing, you'll get rid of "I've never actually been to a tournament" on your signature LOL

I won 3 matches, lost 3 matches. Damn it. I’ll do better next time though.
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