I was wrong about what i said earlier to you weather. The rules were correct. 'if a third party (you) wishes to PLAN a match with a player who is already in a planned match, whichever match comes first takes priority'
So it was OK for lee to play his match with jack. I don't know what went on otherwise though.
AugustMK7 vs. SAVAGE - Sunday, April 2, 2017, 3:05-3:35 PM Central Time.
Game 1 (Basic Agility Course, picked by defendant SAVAGE): 118-118, Tie! First ever tie in league play!
Game 2 (Horizon, picked by challenger AugustMK7): 106-83, challenger AugustMK7 wins.
Game 3 (Triple Decker, picked by defendant SAVAGE): 130-76, challenger AugustMK7 wins.
Game 4 (Concentric, picked by challenger AugustMK7): 94-45, challenger AugustMK7 wins.
Game 5: Not necessary.
Game 6: Not necessary.
AugustMK7, the challenger, wins against the defendant SAVAGE. The final result of the series was 3-0, with a tie.
Weather (defender) wins 2-1 by forfeit against Turk
We did BCR, Ziggurat and Marbleland, the last match being 121-69. I don't remember the other scores.
Turk had to leave and couldn't complete the challenge. :c
AugustMK7 vs. MikeSan - Thursday, April 13, 2017, 9:25 - 9:40 PM Central Time.
Game 1 (Horizon, picked by defendant AugustMK7): 100-75, defendant AugustMK7 wins.
Game 2 (Basic Agility Course, picked by challenger MikeSan): 119-94, defendant AugustMK7 wins.
Game 3 (Concentric, picked by defendant AugustMK7): 82-62, defendant AugustMK7 wins.
Game 4: Not necessary.
Game 5: Not necessary.
AugustMK7, the defendant, wins against the challenger MikeSan. The final result of the series was 3-0.
Lee (challenger) vs Eguy (defender), April 15th.
This match has some moments that are WELL worth a write-up, so let's make this detailed.
Sacred: 123-120 Eguy (1-0)
Lee started off by completely hammering Eguy as he made some dumb first-match mistakes like blasting into walls, failed jumps, everything of the sort. Lee showed a quite respectable knowledge of spawn abuses during this time. Down by 30, Eguy was still well aware that tons of blues and clumpy spawns could erase a lead well before a match is at its closing point. So he chased Lee back to a tie with some solid blues and overall cleaner play. This match was an absolute deadheat for the rest of the time but Eguy just came out on top. But he learned an important lesson -- this match is not a good pick as the first MB of the day.
Lupus: 120-96 Eguy (2-0)
Eguy had gotten plenty warmed up by this one, however -- it started off close but some solid plats and blues helped him to a runaway victory.
Marble City: 117-116 Lee (2-1)
My, my. This was a major confidence boost for Lee; even right off the bat did Lee get a first blue, and another, and another blue, ensuring for the first half that Eguy would not come within single digits of Lee. Early in the second half, Lee took a blue STRAIGHT FROM UNDER EGUY'S MEGA, making it 3-0 on blues, which would be so at the end. Eguy started to wake up quite a bit by the 2 minute mark, however, picking up reds and yellows with hasty tension, and climbing back into his first lead, by 5 points. This was extremely close but when about 30 seconds left Lee went the wrong way (according to Frosty) and Eguy was up by 8. But then, Lee started to come back amazingly, and Eguy relaxed thinking he had it, which cost him big time -- with a single second left, Lee pushed it to 116-116, and Eguy sailed straight past two reds that he was perfectly lined up for, and Lee took a red with about 0.1s left. I guess you can call this payback for Eguy's 3-0 capping, 2 point victory on Playground against Lee in 2015.
Horizon: 125-105 Eguy (3-1)
After lots of drama in the chat as Lee deliberated for a full 10 minutes before settling on a map (originally randomizing NSR), he settled on Horizon reluctantly, his 2nd best map and one on which Eguy is undefeated in all-time league and tournament play (I'm almost certain). Of course flukes happen, but it began to seem that Eguy was beginning to know this map extremely well and has recently felt confident to take a lead on it whenever he felt like doing so. Lee snagged most of the early blues but Eguy absolutely pwned the reds, and started up with an early 15-pt lead. To Lee's credit, he managed to find a hot streak and pushed it back to a really close game. It remained this way for a while, but Eguy seemed calm and collected, and some clutch late blues (including one right in front of him) sealed it late and he found his great new characteristic Horizon surge.
Great games to Lee!! Hopefully you didn't have too much of a headache after those map choices and close games
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