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"FTF!" Card Game Tournament

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Hidden : Saturday, 04 November 2006
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Geocache Description:

An event to celebrate the release of my card game "First To Find!"



When: Saturday, November 4th 3-6pm

Where: Antrim Park Shelter House


Doors open at the shelter house at 3:00, so we'll start the tournament around 3:30.


The facility offers a refrigerator and stove so feel free to bring food and/or drinks to share with others. We will provide paper-ware (plates, cups, napkins, silverware). Don't feel obligated to bring anything but yourselves.

Tournament Rules:

Players will play 9 total games of "FTF!"; four short games, three medium-length games, and two long games.

Four players will play at each table, but you won't stay at the same table for the entire tournament.
After each game is played, players with matching number of games won will play each other in the next round.

The player with the highest number of games won, wins the tournament.

And if there is enough interest, there will also be a quick Texas Hold 'em tournament for those willing to use Travel Bugs and Coins to throw in the pot.


Please indicate in your log how many will be attending and if you will be bringing food.

Hope to see you there!

*Decks of "FTF!" cards will be provided for tournament play, purchase is not required to play or attend the event.

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