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Seattle, WA - 04/07/13 - First Annual Pacific Rim Tecmo Tournament

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WHAT : The First Annual Pacific Rim Tecmo Tournament

 

WHEN : Sunday, April 7th 2013 - 11:00am

 

WHERE : The Magnolia Village Pub (3221 West McGraw Street, Seattle, Washington 98199)

 

FEE: $15

 

Come join Bo Jackson, QB Eagles and the rest of the gang for a day of throwback football action at the Magnolia Village Pub. The PTC will be a world cup style tournament complete with group play and elimination rounds, until only one 8 bit football god remains!

Who will be crowned the king of the 2-D gridiron?

Join us for the afternoon, whether you're a TSB guru or just looking for an afternoon of nostalgic fun.

There will be food and drink specials throughout for participants, fans and onlookers, not to mention Cash and prizes!

 

HOW TO REGISTER :

 

Start by visiting our event page on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/events/472466322801085/

 

and sending an email to: pacrimtecmotourney@gmail.com

 

 

 

 



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HA HA!!!!!!!!!  I just got back to work after a week at DA BEACH, and I saw THIS!!!  The Niners lost, I have only a 2 day work week, and now this!!! ........It doesn't get much better than that.  Now I got some people to inform........


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They changed it this year, WR's can't run the ball unless it's a reverse now.  FYI

 

So - In prior years was there a TON of guys running the ball with WR's? I saw in the ESPN / NFL Films piece that Chet was running with Ricky Sanders, but he's one of those tween guys (as far as the game is concerned). Were people putting guys like Rison, Rice and Sterling Sharpe in the backfield? Just curious.

 

I like the new rule and I'm planning on using in Seattle, but I'm curious to how prevalent it was before.

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So - In prior years was there a TON of guys running the ball with WR's? I saw in the ESPN / NFL Films piece that Chet was running with Ricky Sanders, but he's one of those tween guys (as far as the game is concerned). Were people putting guys like Rison, Rice and Sterling Sharpe in the backfield? Just curious.

 

I like the new rule and I'm planning on using in Seattle, but I'm curious to how prevalent it was before.

 

It was running the ball with Sanders and Givens because as part of the run and shoot they are essentially in the RB2 slot.

It's much tougher to police because I've seen guys during a game then toggle Sanders and Byner from RB 1 to RB 2....which isn't in the spirit of the rule.

 

It's simply easier to have a no WR at RB rule

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WR's succ at RB.........You can light them up and cause fumbles, plus you don't even have to push 'A' to flatten um'.

 

Speed kills in this game.  Marcus Allen doesn't have any hitting power...Sam Graddy makes a superior RB.

You should play some humans some day considering you light up LT with Grogan if you can tap fast enough.

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Speed kills in this game.  Marcus Allen doesn't have any hitting power...Sam Graddy makes a superior RB.

You should play some humans some day considering you light up LT with Grogan if you can tap fast enough.

 

Not if my Saftey or Linebacker is as fast as you...you ain't goin' nowhere.

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I say if TK doesn't win this tourney, he gets banned.

 

All in favor?

 

OUCH!!!!!  Harsh words Dave!!!.......Ha hA Ha!  Anywayz, I'm in.  How do I register???  I'm bringin' someone else too...My compadre' Chalky White.....He's on the level with me, and he's one of, if not the best player I know.

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