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  2. Had a great time both Friday and Saturday. Top notch streaming set up, really liked the venue as well. 10/10 would bang again. Now let's get more of you guys out for OG Tecmo next year.
  3. Thanks to all who came out to participate this year and thanks to all who watched the tournament on this year's stream! Congrats to Kevin @tadaos for winning his second NY Tecmo title in three years! This is only the second time we have ever had a repeat Champion, @MattyD being the first in 2013 & 2014. The top finishers were: 1) Kevin S (tadaos) 2) Leif P (@Nameless Loser) 3) Erik M (@arncoem) 4) Matt D (Matty D) You can see the official results for the day here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pbDN3izYb_KmQZhWtn4AUB31JR6bD41MRAq2PitYwHc/edit#gid=1113694182 Rounding out the top eight were Danny K (@knightsof3), Greg L (@Deviled Greg), Scott S, and Josh N. Four different players finished in the top 8 this year from last year! The raffle prize winners were Tom C (twice), Matt A, Greg L, and last year's champ Dave H (@Ranatoro). Other T-Borg members in attendance were: @deadfaulkner, @dwightstone, @PatrickB1008, @Thrash @discdolo @Barletti. Special thanks again to Ryan @hoigaard, Patrick, Matt, Erik, and Greg for all the extra work they put into making the tournament happen. Another big time Championship matchup with Bills-Giants this year. Congrats to Leif for making his first ever final after years of very excellent play! Overall, this was a very competitive tournament from top to bottom. Thank you all again for making Tecmo even better! Be sure to sign up for CT Tecmo XI and Bronx Bowl 2020 for more hot Tecmo action!
  4. Format Bronx Bowl 2020 Format Group play will include 4 players in each group playing one another in round-robin format. Groups will be formed based on skill level with seasoned veterans and former tourney winners in the same groups with newer guys in other groups. The tournament will then move to a team draft based on a lottery system explained below. Team Selection: Group Play: One player randomly chooses a matchup card from the deck of Matchup Cards. Afterwards, a coin is flipped. Winner of the coin toss gets to choose either the team they wish to be or the controller they wish to use. Team Selection: Bracket Play: Team selection for bracket play will be a team draft. It will consist of a lottery with a choice. Draft order is decided by number of wins. The first player will draw team names out of a hat corresponding to the number of wins he achieved in bracket play. That player may choose one of the teams to use for the duration of the tournament. If that player does not like the team(s) drawn, he can pull out one more team at random but must use that team. A sample scenario: Starting the Draft: Barry wins three games in group play. This means he gets to pull three teams out of a hat. He draws: Minnesota, Cleveland, New Orleans. He can choose which of the three teams he wants. The best team he chose is Minnesota, which he can decide to keep, or choose one more team from the hat, but MUST stick with that team. He decides to risk the picks and draws Denver. He must use Denver for the rest of the tournament. That team is now Barry’s and is removed from the drawing. After all of the three game winners have picked: Jerry won two games in group play. He picks two teams: Atlanta and San Diego. He could decide to choose another team, but opts to stick with San Diego. After all the three and two game winners have picked: Jackson won one game in group play. He draws one team (Cardinals). He decides to risk picking again knowing that after the three and two win players have selected, a couple of better teams are still in play. He draws the Buccaneers. All of the winless players: Lawrence did not win any games in group play. He picks a team out of the hat and is stuck with that team the rest of the tournament. He draws the Cardinals and must keep them. (Depending on the number of registrants, some of the best/worst teams (e.g.- San Fran, Indy) may be removed from the draft. If the number of registrants exceeds 28, then there will be two separate drafts for each side of the bracket, with the winner of each playing in one final showdown!)
  5. Bronx Bowl 2020 When: Saturday, January 25th, 2020- Setup and registration starts @ 10:00 AM EST; Play will start @ 11:00 AM EST. Location: Bronx Alehouse, 216 West 238th St., Bronx, NY (Uptown 1 train to W 238th Street) Website: http://bronxalehouse.com/ Desired Number of Participants: 24-32 Buy-in: $20 pre-reg discount before January 1! Tourney Format: Group play will include 4 players in each group playing one another in round-robin format. Groups will be formed based on skill level with seasoned veterans and former tourney winners in the same groups with newer guys in other groups. The tournament will then move to a team draft based on a lottery system explained in the next post. Equipment: We need Nintendos, TVs, Controllers, Carts! If you are able to bring any of these in working condition, please let us know what you can bring and how many of each. If you are able to provide any television sets, please let us know the size and any kind of hookup (Coax/AV Cable). Prizes: Trophies and cash prizes will be awarded to top three participants. All participants will be eligible to win raffle prizes throughout the day! How to Register: Registration online at northeasttecmo.com will be up shortly! Pre-registration is $20! Questions: Feel free to post questions about the tournament below or you can direct them to [email protected] Come out and participate in Tecmo in the Bronx! You know you want to...
  6. I signed up for the next one on the original ttl sign up? Does that count?
  7. Great time in Green Bay at this tourney. Troy got us involved with an original Tecmo Bowl tourney friday night. Took part in the 6 game swiss format of Tecmo Super Bowl on Saturday. Great weekend of TB & TSB. A guy in our crew won a SNES clone system, and I won a large Mcfarland Aaron Rogers figure as well. Lots of prizes given out. Definitely worth the 10 hour drive from Omaha with the crew. We packed in a trip to Lambeau for a 30 minute tour of the stadium. Excellent weekend.
  8. Oh yeah, I didn't even notice whose video it was. I remember fro. Hey @fro30!
  9. Whoops, thought I already posted, in
  10. Great tournament run by Troy. The value was unbelievable really. For $20 - $30 entry you got entered into a free raffle with some great prizes (I won the signed Andre Reed jersey and $35 gift certificate to the bar), got a free drink, and there was free pizza coming out for hours during the tournament. Top 2 players took home some good cash prizes as well. The guys that came were all laid back and fun to hang out with. Troy set up and tore down the whole tournament himself, set up the stream, and sat out playing to commentate all day and enter all the scores on challonge. We were done with the whole tournament in less than 7 hours and everyone got at least got 7 games. Truly an impressive effort. Also, the bartenders and patrons of the bar were extremely friendly which made for an excellent time in-between games. If you haven't been to a GBLAN Tournament yet, then I don't know what you are waiting for. Troy's a one man show. Oh yeah he sang the national anthem too.
  11. It’s a great game for on the go. Highly recommended. Congrats on another year, dude.
  12. Thanks for coming, and for the kind words! I think this was your first hardcore tournament was it not? Did you have any difficulty adjusting to the differences?
  13. This is what the Jets are looking like against the Pats:
  14. I’m so, so sorry, J.E.T.S., Jets, Jets, Jets fans.
  15. Last week
  16. Hey, Bruddog. Thanks for the help. The code works, but there's a problem. If there's any kick that's missed inside the 20 yard line the ball is placed at the spot of the kick when it should be at the 20 instead. Could you have it where the code differentiates between the two, or is this something that can't be done? Thanks, again.
  17. One big factor in return averages is the schedule because returners are pitted against also determine the outcome of a kick/punt return Via @bruddog (kr/pr skill + condition adjust + random) - (opponent run defense + random) You come up with a value which then determines which bucket of return lengths you will get Here is an example of some logic for that. On kick returns if i had things turned all the way up I could notice a guy always being towards the top consistently 20+ yards per return. I'm not sure if it's anecdotal but it seems like more RBs are towards the top of the current season i'm looking at and they tend to have higher rushing numbers than wrs) On punt returns the averages are so bunched together it we're talking about the top guys at 10-11 yards per return. Not a lot of juice in the squeeze there.
  18. Stoked for this. On-call at the Hospital again but bringing a hotspot and a winning attitude. I have a few other things of interest to sell, too, if that's cool - a framed blow-up poster of the NES box, and Starting Lineup figures for all Top-5 position players and some D/ST studs in there as well. Trying to finance the trip 😂
  19. Did anyone think that New Orleans would be undefeated with Bridgewater as QB?
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