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Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Steviola » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:08 am

The University of Warwick Table Football Society (UWTFS), Stephen Lyall and the British Foosball Association (BFA) are proud to present…

Warwick Open 2012

Friday 9th March – Sunday 11th March 2012

This will be an official BFA Ranking tournament

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Tables will be on freeplay all weekend and there is no table fee!

Registration and Arrival:

You do not need to pre-register to attend this event, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged. All players must be on site and have paid their entry fees at least 30 minutes before the start of the event they wish to enter.

PRE REGISTER HERE: http://www.britfoos.com/registration/warwickopen2012

Venue:

Rileys Sports Bar
Hertford Place
Sporting Centre, Butts Road
Coventry
CV1 3JZ

Watch out there are two Rileys in Coventry and this is the one closest to the train station.

The team:

Tournament Organiser: Alex Millington-Marston
Tournament Director: Stephen Lyall
Head Official: Jonathan May
Desk Supervisors: Joe Bundy & Ben Mason
Table Setup/Maintenance/Breakdown Team: The University of Warwick Table Football Society (UWTFS)
Pro Master Coach: Tom Burdett

Contact Details:


Feel free to contact us:

E: Stephen_lyall@hotmail.com
T: +44(0)7810 626897

Tables:

12 ITSF Garlando tables with official ITSF High Control Kicker Balls

Ranking:

If you are a new player to tournaments, you will be ranked Novice. The great thing about being a Novice is that you pay very low entry fees and get to enter loads of events if you want to!

Tournament players will be seeded according to their BFA Ranking

Non-resident players not currently in the BFA Rankings will be seeded a minimum of Semi-Pro, unless they email the tournament organiser in advance with a letter from an ITSF-affiliated national federation appealing for them to be given a lower rank. Such requests will be taken into consideration when ranking players.

ITSF Top 100 will be considered Pro. ITSF Top 32 will be considered Pro-Master. Any player ranked in the top category in their national ranking list will be ranked at least Pro. Travelling Players NOT covered here will be ranked at the Tournament Organiser's Discretion - please email Stephen_lyall@hotmail.com.

The rank levels will be fixed using the UK/ITSF rankings that were valid on 6th February 2012.

Event Schedule:

You are encouraged to pick and choose which events you want to play. Many players will decide to play in everything they are eligible for, though you are welcome to decide to enter just a few events if you feel that works best for you.

Remember: you must be on site and have paid your entry fees no later than half an hour before the published start time of your event. If you do not, you will not be allowed to enter your event

Friday 9th March

17:00 Goalie War Groups/SE 7.1/9.1
18:00 Forward Shootout Groups/SE 7.1/9.1
19:30 Coaching Pro Master Tips & Demonstrations
20:00 Pro Am DYP Groups/SE 9.1/5.3

Saturday 10th March

10:00 Novice Doubles Groups/SE 5.1/9.1
11:00 Open Singles Double Elimination 5.5/5.3
12:30 Women’s Singles Double Elimination
13:00 Amateur Singles Groups/SE 7.1/5.3 (Final 5.5)
14:00 Semi Pro Singles Groups/SE 7.1/5.3 (Final 5.5)
15:00 Pro Singles Groups/SE 9.1/5.3 (Final 5.5)
18:00 Open Mixed Groups/SE 7.1/5.3
20:00 Team Event Groups/SE See below

Sunday 11th March

10:00 Events Continue
11:00 Open Doubles Double Elimination 5.5/5.3
12:00 Amateur Doubles Groups/SE 7.1/5.3 (Final 5.5)
13:00 Junior Singles Groups/SE 7.1/5.3
13:00 "Pro/Semi Pro" Doubles Groups/SE 9.1/5.3 (Final 5.5)
15:00 Handicapped Doubles Groups/SE 7.1/7.1

Please note formats are subject to change due to very high turnout at the Tournament Director's discretion.

Play By Play Event Explanation

Goalie War:

To kick things off on Friday we start with a warm up event for the Goalies. In this singles event, players may only operate the Goalie rods, with all forward bars raised. Full explanation of the rules can be found here. Silly shots encouraged!

Forward Shootout:

Following the Goalie warm up, players can enter Forward Shootout. As the name suggests, this singles event involves only the front bar (3 bar), with players taking it in turn to shoot on their opponent’s defence. This will help sharpen your shooting for the main events!

Coaching:

A great opportunity for all players, new and experienced, to watch and interact in a live coaching and demonstration session hosted and filmed by Ben Mason featuring the UK's number 3 Pro Master Tom Burdett. More details can be found in this separate thread: http://forum.britfoos.com/forum/viewtop ... f=1&t=9347 If you have any questions you would like answered and want to get involved further please post in that thread!

Pro Am DYP:

DYP means Draw Your Partner, i.e. your partner will be randomly chosen from those entering. However, this Pro Am DYP means that a player seeded in the bottom half (as determined by BFA rank) will be drawn with a player seeded in the top half. This should lead to some exciting and close games to round off the Friday warm up events!

Novice Doubles:

As the name suggests this is a doubles event open to only Novice-ranked players and tournament newcomers. With competition even this is a good way to get your first taste of competitive table football!

Open Singles:

One of the most prestigious events of the weekend (along with Open Doubles), this singles event is open to players of all ranks. Featuring some of the best players from around the globe, everyone will be taking part attempting to take home the trophy (and a large amount of cash!). An extraordinary amount of ranking points are available, with bonus points available to those causing upsets. This event is a must for those looking to improve their game and earn points!

Women’s Singles:

An opportunity for the female players to fight it out for the title of best Women’s player at the tournament!

Amateur Singles:

This singles event is open only to Amateur and Novice/Unranked players. There will be a large group stage so plenty of games, followed by an exciting and tense knockout draw to determine the best Amateur player, and rising star, in the UK table football scene!

Semi Pro Singles:

This singles event is open only to players ranked Semi Pro or below. There will be a large group stage with long formats followed by a longer format knockout draw ensuring high matches and plenty of tension!

Pro Singles:

This singles event is open only to players ranked Pro or below. Again, there will be a large group stage with long formats, and then a longer format knockout draw to ensure high quality matches. With many players of equally strong ability it really is anyone’s guess as to who will take home the trophy!

Open Mixed:

This doubles event is open to players of any rank. The twist here is that all doubles teams must comprise one male and one female player. Men attempting to deceive officials by dressing as women are strongly encouraged, but will be refused entry unless playing with a female partner.

Team Event:

The big Saturday night event, this should be a cracker! Teams of 4 players registered to an official BFA Club (see more info here on how to register) will be able to participate in this exciting Team Event. It will be a group stage followed by knockout draw, with the format as follows:

Team Event 7.1 Handicapped matches (PM = 0, P=1, SP=2, A=3, N=4)
Blind draft
Singles 1
Doubles 1
Singles 2
Doubles 2
Doubles 3* *deciding doubles – the 2 non-singles players

Open Doubles:

Along with Open Singles, this is the most prestigious event at the tournament. Open Doubles is open to players of all ranks, and again a huge amount of bonus points are available for upsets. This eohippus is a long format double elimination tournament, meaning that you need to lose twice to get knocked out. Team up with the best player you know for the road to glory!

Amateur Doubles:

This doubles event is for newcomers and players of Amateur or Novice ranking only. This is a great opportunity to compete against players of similar ability in doubles. There will be large groups with plenty of games followed by a knockout to determine the Amateur Doubles champions!

Junior Singles:

This singles event is open to those born on or after 1st January 1994 to determine the best young player at the tournament!

Pro/Semi Pro Doubles:

This doubles event is open to all players ranked Pro or below. Like Pro Singles, this will be a long format group stage followed by a longer format knockout stage. With many big names in this category it should lead to some exciting action!

Handicapped Doubles:

This doubles event is all about giving the underdog a helping hand: players ranked low will get a head start in a race to 7 against higher ranked opponents, for example: An all-Novice team will get a 4 goal head start in a race to 7 goals against an all-Pro Master team. It is sure to make for some exciting matches and plenty of upsets!

Format Descriptions:

DE (Double Elimination):

This is a tournament system whereby you are entered into what looks like a normal knockout chart (called the "Winners' Bracket") - only it has some hidden tricks. When (if!) you lose a match, instead of being "out", you are actually just moved into what is called the "Losers' Bracket". Everyone who loses just one match gradually plays off against each other in the "Losers' Bracket" whilst those who keep winning in the Winners' Bracket proceed gradually to the final. In the end, there is a person who has won the Winners' Bracket and a person who has won the Losers' Bracket - and they play off against each other in the final. The basic thing to remember is that if you lose twice, you are out.

Groups:

Generally groups are run with 5-6 players/teams per group - each player/team plays each other player/team once, normally to 5 or 7 points. Generally the top 2 players/teams from each group qualify for a knockout stage.

SE (Single Elimination):

A knockout competition where if you lose, you are out.

Freeplay:

Freeplay just means that the tables will be available for anyone to come along to play free of charge.

Events Per Rank:

Pro Master: GW, FSO, PA DYP, OS, OD, OM, TE, HD
Pro: GW, FSO, PA DYP, OS, OD, OM, TE, HD, PS, P/SPD
Semi Pro: GW, FSO, PA DYP, OS, OD, OM, TE, HD, PS (or SPS), P/SPD
Amateur: GW, FSO, PA DYP, OS, OD, OM, TE, HD, PS (or SPS, AS), P/SPD (or AD)
Novice/Unranked: GW, FSO, PA DYP, OS, OD, OM, TE, HD, PS (or SPS, AS), P/SPD (or AD), ND

Event Exclusivity:

Please note that players can enter only one of Pro Singles, Semi Pro Singles or Amateur Singles, and only one of Pro/Semi Pro Doubles or Amateur Doubles.

Entry Fees (£):


Event PM P SP A N/U
Open Singles 15 12 10 6 3
Open Doubles 15 12 10 6 3
Pro Singles - 9 7 5 3
Pro/Semi Pro Doubles - 9 7 5 3
Semi Pro Singles - - 7 5 3
Amateur Singles - - - 6 3
Amateur Doubles - - - 6 3
Novice Doubles - - - - 3
Pro Am DYP 5 5 5 5 5
Team Event 5 5 5 5 5
Open Mixed 5 5 5 5 5
Handicapped Doubles 3 3 3 3 3
Women’s Singles 12 10 7 5 3
Junior Singles Free Free Free Free Free
Goalie War 5 5 5 5 5
Forward Shootout 5 5 5 5 5


Special Offers:

*Juniors – half price entry for all events

*New player discount – Any entrant who brings along two new players to the tournament will be entitled to a discount of £5 from his/her entry fees. Maximum discount per entrant: £5. For the purposes of this offer, any player who has attended a BFA tournament or local series, or an international event, will count as having participated in a previous tournament.

Prize Fund:

Prize fund will depend on turnout but will be entry fees - costs. Any sponsorship obtained will be put directly into the tournament.

The distribution will use the standard BFA formula

Store:

There will be a store at the event selling:
- A range of balls
- Wraps (grips for the handles, if you didn't know!)
- Lubricant (solely for use on the table rods)
- Event promotional items
- Jonathan May’s unwanted items

Should you have any products you wish to sell at the event, this can be negotiated. Please get in touch: jonathan.may@britfoos.com

Some Warwick Open Extras:

Club trophy:

Are you a registered BFA club? Is your trophy cabinet looking a bit bare? Well say hello to the first event in 2012 where your club will be able to win something shiny. No complicated rules just bring as many members to the Warwick Open and cheer them on. Players coming 1st 2nd or 3rd in any event will gain points towards their clubs total. Large points will be up for grabs to the club winning the team event on Saturday. You will also receive a bonus point for every newbie your club brings to the tournament (Note Warwickfoos will not be eligible for bonus points). At the end of the tournament the club with the most points wins the trophy. This is on top of any trophies won in the team event!!!

Scoring
For all events other than OS, OD and OM points awarded for coming first will be 6pts, second 4pts and third 2pts. Open events will be worth twice these amounts. 1st place in the Saturday night team event will receive 20 points, 2nd place 15 and 3rd place 10 In Doubles events where the team is made up of players from different clubs the points will be shared equally. Ie each player will receive half points for their club even if your partner is unaffiliated.
For your club to stand a chance at winning the trophy there are 2 things you must do
1) Make sure all your members wishing to attend the tournament are pre-registered. If a player has not pre-registered any points they gain during the tournament will not go to the club.
2) A member of the club must enter our poster competition by putting a poster up in your venue and taking a picture with themself and the poster in it. Funny poses are optional but may win discounts. See below for more details.
3) Enter a team into the event on Saturday night.

Poster Competition

Entering is simple just put our poster up and stand next to it then get someone to take a picture of you making a funny pose. Then upload the photo onto the tournaments facebook page with your name and town/city and your club (if applicable). Free DYP entry will go to the entrants with the top three amount of entrees as well as the person who has the photo with the largest number of ‘likes’. The tournament poster can be found in the facebook photo album so what are you waiting for!
Terms and conditions 1)Each entrée must be in a different location ie a different pub, school, sports centre etc. 2)Posters must be in colour and at least A4 in size. 3)Only the person uploading the photo will be entered into the competition but group photos are encouraged 4) The winners will be announced when pre reg closes.

Travel:

By Car: the venue is located just of the A4053 ring road in Coventry close to the train station. If you’re travelling anticlockwise its one roundabout after the station and then turn left onto Butts Rd and left onto Albany road and then left again immediately and then the second left is Hertford place. Nearby there is a lot of space for parking as it is on the residential side of the ring road. A word of warning the Coventry ring road is terribly confusing so you might want leave a bit of extra time to navigate it.

By Train: the venue is a 5 minute walk from Coventry train station. Turn left as you leave the station and cross under the A429 and keep walking along the sidewalk next to main road until the hertford place is on the left.

By Coach: There is a national express coach in Coventry and the venue is about a 25 min walk away or you can get the 12 to the train station and walk from there. The megabus to Coventry actually stops on our campus which is a short walk to central campus and a 30 minute bus journey from there on the 12 and you would get off by the train station again.

Parking:


To be added

Accommodation:

I've only listed the closest hotels there are certainly more:
HotelsRamada Hotel & Suites Coventry
£56 - £95 per night
0.2 miles

Days Hotel Coventry
£32 - £66 per night
0.4 miles

Travelodge Central
£76 - £105 per night
0.4 miles

ABC Motels
£47 - £57 0.4 miles
Hylands Hotel
£25 - £28
0.5 miles

Ibis Hotel Coventry South Whitley
£28 - £58 per night
0.5 miles

Britannia Hotel Coventry
£28 - £93 per night
0.6 miles

Formule 1 Coventry City
£18 - £29 per night
0.7 miles

B&B
Highcroft Guesthouse
£28 - £51 per night
0.4 miles

Merlyn Guest House
£33 - £33 per night
0.4 miles

Spire View Guest Accommodation
£45 per night
0.4 miles
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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Sampson » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:58 am

Obv this sounds awesome. Can't wait.

Just one question regarding prices/prizes; the total cost for an amateur to play all eligible events is (after a quick calculation) £46. That's definitely the most amount of money I will have ever paid to enter a tournament - will there be money prizes for all divisional events?

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Steviola » Wed Feb 08, 2012 2:18 pm

Hi Luke,

Thanks! The Warwick guys and I are putting in a lot of work to make this tournament one of the most memorable in recent times. To address you questions:

Yes, prize money will be paid out in every event aside Junior Singles (trophy only).

Secondly in terms of prices. If you compare the prices of the "core" events for players (Open Singles, Open Doubles, divisional singles/doubles) our tournament is actually cheaper or comparable for a lot of rank categories than some of the more recent and well attended tournaments:

Rank PM P SP A N
WO 30 42 34 22 15
LO 50 50 36 24 19
EFO 30 30 24 20 14
ILO 20 34 34 24 20

At the end of the day you have the choice to play whichever events you like, and I expect that most will play as many as they can. Prize money will be given out for all events and remember that there is no table fee with freeplay all weekend :)

Steve

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Graeme » Wed Feb 08, 2012 2:44 pm

Looks great, well done to the current and ex Warwickites who've gotten this off the ground.

Is it just me who is confused by the name Pro/Semi-Pro Doubles (this isn't a criticism of this particular tournament, it's been used in the past as well)? To me it looks like a kind of Pro/Am where a Pro has to play with a Semi-Pro, whereas in fact it's just Pro Doubles that Semi-Pros can enter as well. So why not just call it Pro Doubles?
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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Steviola » Wed Feb 08, 2012 3:56 pm

Hi Graeme,

Sorry for the confusion. The reason is that originally we didn't have Semi Pro Singles. Now that we have both Pro Singles and Semi Pro Singles I wanted to make it clear to all the Semi Pros that they also had a doubles event.

FYI we have put both ranks together for this as there are not enough Pro ranked players to really justify a Pro Doubles event, and so to appease the Semi Pros I have added in Semi Pro Singles just for them.

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Jude » Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:57 pm

Was thinking of going to this, but no senior events? I know it's not ITSF but have a heart...

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Post by Graeme » Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:47 pm

Steviola wrote:FYI we have put both ranks together for this as there are not enough Pro ranked players to really justify a Pro Doubles event, and so to appease the Semi Pros I have added in Semi Pro Singles just for them.
Yeah I understand. This has happened at previous tournaments as well and worked fine as far as I could see. I have no issue at all with the event, just with the name.
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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Alex MM » Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:59 pm

Jude wrote:Was thinking of going to this, but no senior events? I know it's not ITSF but have a heart...
Sorry Jude, not this year. Its my first time as TO of a tournament this big and our society wanted to keep the number of events to a minimum but have longer formats. Another main goal for us is to showcase our ideas of how we think UK tournaments can benifit from the newly formed club structure. We are not trying to make a mini ITSF event. We know how important Seniors are to the UK and international scene and next year we will plan to have Senior events whether we apply for Pro/Master tour status or not. There should still be plenty of events for you to sink your teeth into and I hope to see you there, it's going to be great.

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Post by Jude » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:13 pm

Thanks for your quick response Alex, hope to see you there too

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Gipsy Beast » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:36 pm

will do my best to make it - Team event sounds great!!! Nice one

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Krisztian » Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:02 pm

So if I understand correctly there is no SPD? Is that right?

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Post by cmau » Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:07 pm

Krisztian wrote:So if I understand correctly there is no SPD? Is that right?
There is no SPD. SP's and P's will play together in a larger divisional event: P/SPD.

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Post by Sampson » Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:11 pm

Thanks for clearing it up, Steve. Look forward to seeing you there :)

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Post by Bundy Volume 1 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:26 pm

I loved reading the build up to this in the EOG. You could really feel the enthusiasm and excitement coming from the Warwick foos guys. They know what they wanted to do, have made everything happen, and have stuck with their principles. There are lots of new elements to this tournament that are going to be great to be a part of.

This fills me with complete confidence that this is going to be a great event, and I'm really looking forward to it.

Will make a nice change not to run a tournament too :wink:

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Post by shovie » Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:30 am

Warwick do great tournaments, this looks like another good one. If I remember how to play table football I'll be there.

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Post by Happyham » Fri Feb 10, 2012 4:50 pm

This looks awesome! I wish I could go, and I hate Garlando.

However, a Warwick tournie will never be as good without Kenneth Leong calling out the matches.
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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Zaku » Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:53 pm

Prize Fund:

Prize fund will depend on turnout but will be entry fees - costs. Any sponsorship obtained will be put directly into the tournament.

The distribution will use the standard BFA formula
can you explain how the standard formula works, please

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Post by Bundy Volume 1 » Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:56 pm

(a) BFA Ranking Events – Unless otherwise agreed in advance with the TCC, prize funds should be distributed according to the following formula, rounded to the nearest £5 (if over £30) or nearest £1 (if under £30) and may be subject to a minimum payout of £5 for singles and £10 for doubles events.

Total Entries (players/teams) less than or equal to:
Placing 4 8 16 24 32 49 64 96 128 160
1st 100% 60% 50% 40% 30% 25% 22.5% 20% 18% 17%
2nd - 40% 30% 30% 25% 20% 17.5% 16% 14% 14%
3rd - - 20% 20% 20% 17.5% 15.0% 14% 12% 10%
4th - - - 10% 10% 12.5% 10.0% 10% 8% 7%
5th - - - - 7.5% 7.5% 7.5% 6% 5% 4%
7th - - - - - 5.0% 5.0% 4% 4% 3%
9th - - - - - - 2.5% 3% 2.5% 2.5%
13th - - - - - - - 2% 2% 2%
17th - - - - - - - - 1.5% 1.5%
25th - - - - - - - - - 1%

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Alex MM » Sun Feb 12, 2012 11:51 pm

Just been informed that CRUFTS is on the same weekend in Birmingham so a lot of the accomodation in Coventry will get booked up so don't leave it to the last minute to book. I will post more accomodation further from the city center and in close by towns like Leamington Spa, Warwick and Kenilworth soon. Remember the venue is in Coventry in the Rileys closest to the train station.

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Re: Warwick Open 2012 - March 9-11

Post by Jude » Tue Feb 14, 2012 4:13 pm

Late Rooms quoting £72 for 3 nights at Formule 1, Fri-Sun - seems very very basic but rooms sleep 3 according to the website so £24 a head if you don't mind sharing a loo

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