9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby pincat on Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:20 pm

I'm I wasn't impressed enough by the location or the $5 beers to want to play there. That's my 2 cents. =^.^=
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby PinBill on Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:06 pm

I would do it again, and not just because it was my best weekly tournament showing thus far. I had a great time and was impressed by how smoothly this went, despite the presence of scores of happy hour goers.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby PatC on Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:10 am

I had fun playing outside. I like the idea of limiting it to 10 entries if we're playing for beer dollars or whatever. Otherwise, I think it'd be fun to do that format for $1 an entry, winner take all or something like that.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby DannyBackglass on Thu Sep 08, 2011 10:38 am

I like the idea of no limit entries. To attract the common man. Let them know the games are available for play. Perhaps something to attract some happy hour people too. Less experienced players can show up early and get a better chance to qualify. Outdoor was sweet. People smoked. I'd pay five dollars for a delicious beer and Ill play 2.50 for a delicious Root Beer. The best looking and strongest players will still prevail. I played everything once except spidey.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby revtest on Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:01 am

This ended up being really fun after the sun went down. I would totally do it again. with or without limited entries. I played about 10 entries anyway I think.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby Isaac on Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:39 am

I enjoyed it too. Had I known it was unlimited entries I would have come earlier. And yeah, the beers are pricey but they're really only a $1 extra than anywhere else.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby TheStandardNate on Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:45 pm

I loved the format and had a blast. Is there any rule that says we have to do something like this at a bar? Set up the machines on a BBall court in a park, get a cheap drinking permit, bring quality root beer, pick a rain free day and have a back up plan, and commence the BBQ pinball tourney.
"Well, there goes our Saturday night air hockey tournament."
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby Isaac on Thu Sep 08, 2011 2:22 pm

Or just do a tournament at the goddamn Apex already.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby Dropshot on Thu Sep 08, 2011 9:40 pm

I appreciate the feedback. I enjoyed it, thought most people did. Apex will be in next year, summer only tourneys, great patio to hang out on.
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Re: 9/6 Buckman Brewery Pinball on the Patio (FREE)

Postby MWF on Sat Sep 10, 2011 3:56 pm

I like Nate's idea or if someone throws a tourney at their house and everyone chips in for a keg and food.
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