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Vanguard State Championship ARG
September 3, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
ARG CARDFIGHT! VANGUARD SPRING STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
All ARG State Championships are open to anyone and will offer one player to walk away with the State Champion title and an exclusive champion playmat. Those finishing in the Top 8 will also win an exclusive collectible Top 8 playmat and an Invite to the ARG Invitational in Orlando. Additional booster pack prizes will be awarded based on the number of entries and scale as more players equals more prizes! Are you the best? Think so, then prove this by attending an event near you.
508 E A St
Jenks, OK 74037
Saturday September 3rd, 2016
REGISTRATION: 9:00 AM
TOURNAMENT STARTS: 10:00 AM
Phone Number: (918) 296-7111
1st Place ARG CFV! State Champion Playmat, Invite to ARG Invitational, Boosters Scaled based on entries.
2nd Place ARG CFV! Top 8 Participant Playmat, Invite to ARG Invitational, Boosters Scaled based on entries.
3rd/4th Place ARG CFV! Top 8 Participant Playmat, Invite to ARG Invitational, & Boosters Scaled based on entries.
5th-8th Place ARG CFV! Top 8 Participant Playmat, Invite to ARG Invitational, & Boosters Scaled based on entries
Booster Pack Prizes Payout which is based on attendance.
8 to 18 Players: 1st 16 Packs, 2nd 8 Packs, 3rd to 4th 4 Packs, 5th to 8th 2 Packs
19 to 36 Players: 1st 36 Packs, 2nd 18 Packs, 3rd to 4th 12 Packs, 5th to 8th 8 Packs
37 to 72 Players: 1st 48 Packs, 2nd 36 Packs, 3rd & 4th 18 Packs, 5th to 8th 12 Packs & 9th to 16th 6 Packs
73 to 108 Players: 1st 60 Packs, 2nd 36 Packs, 3&4 24 Packs, 5 to 8th 12 Packs, 9 to 16th 6 Packs & 17 to 32 3 Packs
PRINT DECK LIST: http://tinyurl.com/jhkrajl
ARG TOURNAMENT STRUCTURE & POLICY:
The tournament will have a stated number of Swiss Rounds based on number of participants followed by a Playoff Cut.
ARG Circuit Series events use “best of 3” throughout the entire top cut, and the final match has no time limit.
Pair top cut matches by seeding the highest ranked player against the lowest, then the next highest remaining player against the lowest remaining, and so on. Pairings continue in a bracketed advancement.
Mandatory Decklist: Each player must present a Decklist completely and properly filled out and subject to random deck checks throughout the entire tournament.
Each Swiss Round will be timed and last 40 minutes.
End of Round Procedure:
– When time is called please take note of the current turn. This turn will be turn 0 in time. Turns will continue 1, 2, 3 and at the end of turn 3 the person with the most damage is the loser. If damage is tied at the end of the 3rd turn please continue until more damage is dealt. Healing a card on your turn (Tied Damage) putting yourself at less damage wins them the game at this point.
– If time is called and players are in game 1 of their match (please follow the 0-3 rule), the person with the most damage would lose and the winner of that game would also be the winner of the match.
– Now if time is called and both players are left with 1 game win each (post 0-3 rule) then the match would be declared a draw. (THIS IS FOR SWISS ONLY)
– In Top cut if time is called and both players are left with 1 game win each (post 0-3 rule) then the players will start game 3 and allow 3 turns each. At the end of 6 turns check damage and the person with the most damage loses the game. If damage is tied at this point please continue until damage is applied for a winner.
– Please note that there is no 10 minute rule for end of match procedures unlike bushiroad. Please take note that SLOW PLAY is not encouraged and you should take note if slow play is occurring in any of these manners.
Roll Die to determine who has the “choice” to go first. Games 2 and Games 3 the loser decides if they go first or second.
Intentional Draws or Unintentional Draws are 1 point in the scoring system. Win 3 points, Ties 1 Point, Loss 0 Points.
It is the player’s responsibility to check pairings and verify their points are correct from the previous round, all scoring dependencies must be bought to the scorekeeper, head judge or tournament organizer before the next round starts.
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