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26/11/2010 18:40
|I think the new trials in the north east will be a good thing and hope to see what other players think, at the moment it feels as if it is more an attendance than how well you play.
besty
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26/11/2010 19:00
|sorry,i dont know what trials you are talking about????????
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26/11/2010 19:34
|read the latest news
Dave (HM)
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27/11/2010 07:16
|witch trials?
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27/11/2010 11:12
|think it great news 2 go back to monthly finals. will make league a lot more competetive, reduced fields means i dont have 2 play so many donks,will soon rack another win up, then i willl splashed all over the tabloids............ps better stay sober for the photos lol
sandman
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28/11/2010 10:27
|Yes John u r still a legend lmfao l
besty
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28/11/2010 11:05
|i dont see whats wrong with the set up as it is??????
JonBoyBs
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28/11/2010 14:26
|lol john u just run gud with crap cards ;-p, agree m8 play 4 games 1 night same venue over a month and be top dog easy lol, u will never ave so many donks to play only at area finals not qualifying lol
Geordie
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28/11/2010 14:32
|sounds like a good idea but hope the prizes dont get even worse!
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28/11/2010 18:17
|Besty, at the moment the league is set up so that the more games you play the better the chance of qualifying for an AF, and not everybody can play 4+ games a week. The venue champion has often qualified so no other venue champion. The averages are not averages of your total games, but your first sixteen games. This may give a greater spectrum of players a chance of getting to AF.
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28/11/2010 18:32
|fair enough,hope it turns out this way
Chuuuuubbbbbs
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28/11/2010 18:37
|Lisa i wouldn't worry about the prizes.........probs wont ever affect you.......LMAO! xxx
JonBoyBs
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28/11/2010 18:38
|lol phyllis maybe problem qualifying is trying to get an average in 16 games rather than 12 ;-p
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28/11/2010 18:40
|lol
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28/11/2010 21:31
|cheeky shit
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