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Re: [Icehouse] XXI IIT

  • FromS Myers <iamthecheeze@xxxxxxxxx>
  • DateTue, 29 Jun 2010 18:56:20 -0400
I hereby vow to be a contender in next year's IIT.
I need to attend some sort of boot camp or something.  =)

On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:54 AM,  <ryanmcguire@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks.
> This year, unlike a couple years ago when Tucker won, I was lucky enough to
> get a last-second play on the table in the finals.  Tucker and I had just
> agreed to a medium prisoner exchange and got our attackers on the table to
> over-ice each other's defender just before Eric called time, giving each of
> us 2 more points of successful attack.  That allowed Tucker to pass Eeyore
> for third and me to leapfrog Andy for the win.
> And may I say... Holy Macaroni!  I didn't realize the scores were so close.
> ...or so low.  ...or that I was ahead of Andy.
> Ryan
> ________________________________
> From: Joshua Kronengold <mneme@xxxxxx>
> To: icehouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Mon, June 28, 2010 12:28:14 PM
> Subject: Re: [Icehouse] XXI IIT
> Elliott C. Evans writes:
>>Very short tournament, since we only had five players. Tucker and
>>Andy kicked butt with identical ratings of 255. We only played a
>>single, winner take all final. The final scores only had a range from
>>18 to 21, with Ryan McGuire pulling out the win. Ryan also got the
>>CTI, making the triple crown!
> Yow.  5?  That's terrible!  I'm sorry I couldn't make it this year;
> alas, I had to show up to NEfilk (as I'm vice-chairing next year's
> NEfilk)!
> Congratulations, Ryan!
> So players were who?  Tucker, Andy, Ryan, Eeyore, Sor, I'd have to
> guess, with Kat getting eliminated for the Final (I -have- to arrange
> more practice games for when I'm in Boston!)?
> --
>       Joshua Kronengold (mneme@(io.com, labcats.org)) |\      _,,,--,,_  ,)
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