max is gr8 wrote:I think the people who run the longer tournaments as in the year long or 6-month long or 100s of games ones will generally not care about the medals. For if you cared about the medals you'd just run smaller tournaments
Bones2484 wrote:There was nothing insulting about max's comment. If you can't act like an adult and place nice, please stay out of this thread.
jpcloet wrote:Why can't we class/tag them based on size? Small, Medium, Large and Epic......
HighlanderAttack wrote:Bones2484 wrote:There was nothing insulting about max's comment. If you can't act like an adult and place nice, please stay out of this thread.
What another opinion from the great bones telling me to act like an adult. You opinion on how I can act and your opinion on anything really mean nothing to me. Max has degraded my work and I will say and do what I want to and what you, him, or anyone else say means nada to me.
(See Spanish jricart--another Spanish word I know)
To me you are lazy that you can't sift through a couple extra posts in a 2 page thread. Then you act high and mighty like you are trying to make a difference.
If I want to punch back at someone who I feel is a very ignorant person I will do so and if I want to do it here I will.
I love competition and that is my motivation. Does not matter the size, I just love to compete and I have brought enjoyment to hundreds of players. I have the list of players that have competed in my tourney if you want that so you can find a way in your world to degrade them.
I think the people who run the longer tournaments as in the year long or 6-month long or 100s of games ones will generally not care about the medals. For if you cared about the medals you'd just run smaller tournaments
SuicidalSnowman wrote: Even PaulusH ...
PaulusH wrote:SuicidalSnowman wrote: Even PaulusH ...
Am I special
Did I do anything wrong
Is that the reason why you didn't join
Why do you comment my tournaments, while you never have been part of it
As far as I know it is allowed to join your own tournament
The first time I joined one of my own tournaments was because there was one special place to fill, which was clearly worse compared to all other places
Now I do it also when I use clear simple setups with specific games-settings of which it otherwise is difficult to find good games. In fact I hardly join tournaments or games for winning them, but more for the fun. My fun is getting to understand how the people would react in the games and tournaments and based on my predictions of that make my next turn; so yes in the end I have more fun when I win, but that is not the starting point
In the example you mentioned it is simply a 3x3-bracket of a 3x3 windmill, hardly to make more simple tournaments
72o wrote:I think that organizers who abandon a tournament should have their organizing privileges revoked for a set amount of time. As long as they can keep up with them, and the tournaments are not generating complaints from their participants because they are poorly run, they should be able to make as many as they want with whatever format they want. I would rather see 100 tournaments of the same format, all well run, than 10 distinctly different format tournaments run by a bunch of idiots and deadbeats.
I guess I should clarify that I am operating under the assumption that tournaments are required to have an objective method for determining winners and losers. I think that should go without saying, but, nothing ever does.
If a tournament that is rescued did not have permission from the original organizer, the original organizer will be recorded for an abandoned tournament per the Abandoned Tournament Policy.
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