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Planning a limited event

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Even if you're a rules guru, and even if you know the MTR, JAR and IPG by heart, running a real event might store some new things to learn. Table numbering, pairings distribution and end-of-round procedures have a great impact on a tournament. Do it right and everyone is happy. Do it wrong, and delays and unhappy players start to pile up. These unwritten skills and practices have been passed on from one judge generation to the next, and now it's your chance to improve at them as well.

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Planning a limited event

  1. 1. B a l k a n s a n d M i d d l e E a s t C o n f e r e n c e J u l y 2 0 1 8
  2. 2. Rules • Each Team: 3 L2s and 2L1s • Limited PPTQ w/draft. 64 people • Think of tasks 5’ • Reveal • Talk • Grade • 4 timeframes • 15 tasks per timeframe
  3. 3. Pre-event -> start announcements • Get Judges • TL • Lands • Checklists • Printer • Paper • Pens • Welcome letter • WER installed? • Printer works? • Team meeting • Registration • Posting – where? • Prepare product • Post seating
  4. 4. Announcements -> R1 starts • Announcements • Distribute Product • Open product • Foil Basic Lands • Shorting • Collect Trash • Fix triangles • 5’ reminder • Swap • Check • Swap • Their Cards • Name, Table number • Register Lands • Distribute Lands • Land Station • Slip collection? • Print • Random tables • 10’ reminder • Sitting down • Collection checklists • Post pairings/Deliver Slips
  5. 5. R1 starts -> R6 starts • Perform Deckcheck • Perform Deckcheck • Pairings Down • Tables with extra time • Round finish – announce • Outstanding tables = outstanding results • L2 to last tables • Go to last table • Print/Post pairings • Print/Destribute slips • Breaks • Post standings eoR4 • Post standing eoR5
  6. 6. R6 starts -> End • ID/Concessions • Fake concessions • Setup Top8 • Prepare Product • Top 8 announcement • Post Standings • Draft announcements • Open booster • Eyes • Collect trash • … • Distribute lists • Verify legality • Sitting • Top 8 announcements • Feedback/release judges • Feedback/release judges

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