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    4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    The Grid Games in Manchester, CT is hosting its monthly Legacy cash tournament.
    Prize support for this event if there are a minimum of 12 players will be over $300 in cash and cards.

    WHERE:
    THE GRID GAMES
    52 PURNELL PLACE
    MANCHESTER, CT 06040
    860-645-9006
    http://thegridgames.net

    WHEN:
    SUNDAY APRIL 19TH
    REGISTRATION STARTS AT 11AM
    TOURNAMENT STARTS AT 12 NOON
    ENTRY FEE $20.00

    GREAT PRIZE SUPPORT:
    1ST PLACE $150.00
    2ND PLACE $75.00
    3RD & 4TH PLACE $50.00
    5TH 8TH PLACE DRAFT SET
    These are the bare minimum prizes if attendance is similar to February's tournament expect them to be significantly higher.
    February's 39 Player turnout brought the total cash payout to over $600

    This tournament is sanctioned and will be swiss pairings cut to a single elimination top 8. There will be side Legacy, Standard and Draft events throughout the day.

    GUARANTEED PRIZE SUPPORT WITH A MINIMUM OF 12 PLAYERS

    PRIZES WILL BE ADJUSTED UPWARDS BASED ON ATTENDANCE

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    I'm excited. The turnout was a little low for the March one, but awesome none the less, this one's going to be amazing.

    I look forward to it!

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    Whoop! This one is on a day I can make it. Count me in!

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    I'll be there playing something different after spending the last however many months playing nothing but control.
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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    Really? I know you as "That Landstill Guy." The metagame does have a lot of hate for blue cards too, so I guess it makes sense.

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    Yeah, I'm try to keep the Landstill dream alive. If I didn't play so god awful all day at the march tourney I probably wouldn't be so against playing it next month. Heck, even round 1 I luck sacked into a BS that yielded a wrath of god to kill progenitus otherwise I would have gone 0-5.
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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    BS? I'm assuming that's not a metaphor for "bull shit," and maybe I'm missing the obvious, but I don't know what card you're referring to.

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    um BRAINSTORM is it really that hard?
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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    Quote Originally Posted by ForceofWill View Post
    um BRAINSTORM is it really that hard?
    Brainstorm? Ive never heard of that card. What's it do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForceofWill View Post
    um BRAINSTORM is it really that hard?
    I guess so, I didn't think of it. Thank you.

    Oh, and if you can cover up, your arrogance is showing.

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    Once again, SUNDAY FTL. Why'd you change it from Saturday anyways Karl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrialByFire View Post
    Once again, SUNDAY FTL. Why'd you change it from Saturday anyways Karl?
    Because he was sick of this douche bag Matt Leblanc showing up. Know him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrialByFire View Post
    Once again, SUNDAY FTL. Why'd you change it from Saturday anyways Karl?
    He moved a few so that he wasn't competing against PTQs and other large tournaments, and Sundays worked better for a lot of people, so it just seemed like a good idea.

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    Blah Sundays ftl.
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    If this could be moved to one that be great.

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    the last one was good, plan to attend again. i got some new jazz for ya too!!!

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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    Just a reminder that this tournament starts at 12 noon.
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    I am so F'n there. Just sucked in extended so I have to represent.
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    Re: 4/19/09 CASH Tournament @ The GRID in Manchester, CT

    Paul maybe we'll sit next to each other at the 1-3 seat like last time.
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    Fear not everyone I won't be weilding LeyObey but I will bring yet another homebrew. Heck it may be boatbrew since its good in standard and extended.
    PTPaul :-)

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