VENGANCE Tourney Results!
posted to the public
at 4:35 PM on Monday Apr 9, 2012
Smashboards Link: http://www.smashboards.com/showthread.php?p=14309044
There were three brackets: Singles, Amateur Singles, and Doubles. Singles and Doubles were the main attraction. Amateur Singles, less so, since it's only allowed to those who couldn't make it out of the pools. Singles Results
1: Ally ($379.20)
2: Kain ($173.80)
3: MJG ($110.60)
4: Fino ($63.20)
5: Reflex ($31.60)
5: Logic ($31.60)
25: FF Ori_bro
25: Ralph Cecil
33: Mister Eric
Ally was to be expected, but Kain was awesome himself. Again, I'm glad to meet pros like them. The other ones near the top did a lot of work, too. GGs to all of them. Amateur Singles Results
1: Carls ($28.80)
2: Papa Z ($13.20)
3: ShadowPhoenix ($8.40)
4: Jt556 ($4.80)
5: TheKiest ($2.40)
5: Hoboz ($2.40)
7: Red Ryu
9: Falcon Fist
17: DtJ Composer
17: Commander Gregorius
25: DtJ Dextersquaid
I had an endless streak of wins until Papa Z beat me in the Winners Finals. Then I went back and beat him in the already-finished Losers Bracket. Amateur or not, I definitely gained some more much-needed Marth experience out of it. I seek more still.
This isn't as important as the main Singles, but the fact that I made 1st place in this means that I should've been able to reach out of the pools for a little while. Some of the other players here had the potential to make it out of the pools as well.
This bracket was still a part of what is my biggest tourney venture, yet.
I thought my prize money was higher, though, but oh well. There was more to this event than just winning money. Doubles Results
1: Logic/Ally (Logic/Ally) ($384.00)
2: Sugar Spice and Everything Nice (Bpow/Fino) ($192.00)
3: Glory Road God Kais (Kain/MJG) ($64.00)
4: Double Metaknight (FAE/Delux)
5: Double Pit? Oh, ****!! (Luckay/Krystedez)
5: Overswarm/Kel (Overswarm/Kel)
7: Eddie/tech (Eddie/Tech)
7: Reflex/Zinoto (Reflex/Zinoto)
9: Nope/Fizzle (Nope/Fizzle)
9: Papa Z/Mister Eric (Papa Z/Mister Eric)
9: Filthy Fredrick Jebus (DRN/Player-1)
9: Sneaky/Zeton (Sneaky/Zeton)
13: Everybody Gets One (Judo/Spec)
13: Spark Kassandrill and Flame Luminoth (Luminoth/Kassandra)
13: Tmacc/Hadesblade (Tmacc/Hadesblade)
13: Grandma's Dukuz Lookin Like Flapjacks (Legan/AZ)
17: Redifining Masculinity (Ryker/Joey)
17: ShadowPhoenix/S2 (ShadowPhoenix/S2)
17: Rauleen/WTP (Rauleen/WTP)
17: Gifts/Dynomite (Gifts/Dynomite)
17: Sovereign/Carls493 (Sovereign/Carls493)
17: Smashing Buttons Like Simon, It's Mahvel (SoulPech/Juu)
17: FreeG and Bloshi (Sammy/MX)
17: The Falcons of America (Jt556/FalconFist)
25: SuperMegaAwesome (Zyth/Steep)
25: K.Rung/FF OriBro (K.Rung/FF OriBro)
25: A Boy and His Bot (Commander G/Wiggy)
25: Death/DK926 (Death/DK926)
25: Puffballs and Beards (Ralph Cecil/Hoboz)
25: Scythe/Dtj Composer (Scythe/Dtj Composer)
25: Triangle Man (Travesty/LunaLang)
25: Aren't You Glad You Moved to Cincinnati?! (Crash/BetaDyne)
I've mainly trained myself to being a Singles player. This meant that I still needed to develop Doubles strategies.
Looks like I need to basically work on my Fox a bit further, and raise my patience of fighting as him like I mentioned in my previous blog.
No matter what I did before, I'm really just putting even more work into only Fox, now.
We all, as attendees, had an awesome time whether we won or not, mainly because of the venue itself. Hopefully I can get into something like this again.