Kinnison wrote:I'd thought about PMing a half-dozen or so TOs I know who run a lot of tournaments, but it seems that would be quite intrusive, depending on what kind of mail load they have going on. So I just ask those who have the time to reply here.
How do you handle those who deadbeat during a tournament? Two scenarios:
1: Someone deadbeats ALL their games. The immediate response is easy, replace them with a reserve or byes. No HUGE problem, but some annoyance.
Kinnison wrote:What I want to know is... You run your NEXT tournament... One of these folks signs up (either 1 or 2 above). What's your response? Also, I assume the foe list has no effect on tournament player/TO relationship? Only in-game opponents?
jpcloet wrote:I'd start by having a pm conversation with that player.
Hey I noticed that you missed some turns last time.........what's the deal? Will you be able to fully commit to this tournament.......if not, please consider removing your name from the sign up list ......etc.
samuelc812 wrote:I agree here with jpcloet. Confront the player politely ask them what the deal is, will they commit fully to this tournament. If you get no response then remove the player from the sign-up list and don't allow them to sign-up for future tournaments, until they respond to you.
Another idea is to put a restriction on your tournament, e.g. "Only those with 99% turns taken may sign-up" this would lower the likelyhood of getting some potential deadbeaters in your tournament.
EagleofGreenErth wrote:If I get unpleasant people in my tourney, then they will not be allowed into future tourneys. End of story, no exceptions.
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