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FREE multiplayer tournaments
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 5 Jun 2021 6:09pm
    


Starting MONDAY, JULY 5th @ 6PM EDT and then every other week, at the same time, we are holding a FREE to enter tournament alternating between the following games, Gin, Dominoes, Cribbage and Backgammon. The top four winners in each tournament will get a total of 10 Tickets!

This tournament is FREE to enter and play in -- it is open for all registered players - whether they have Tickets or not, but primarily is designed for those who have not experienced multi-player tournaments. Patience can be expected and very much appreciated.

In the tourney, a Tournament Director (TD) will help instruct new players on how to properly set the game table, and also will go over tourney rules and answer any questions new players might have.

You will have a chance to experience the thrill of tourney play, and an opportunity to learn, play and possibly win some extra Tickets.

Note: there is a limit of 40 players so if you want to join, please sign up early and be sure to be in the tourney room 10 minutes prior to start so we can go over what needs to be covered. YOU MUST BE PRESENT IN THE ROOM BY 10 MIN BEFORE 6 OR YOU WILL BE OUTED FROM THE TOURNAMENT!

All of the Tournament Directors hope to see some of you new players in these special tournaments.



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