Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad » Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:17 pm

Can anyone indicate where the complete stats for HFT VI are?
Or, are they not posted/postable?
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by No Electricity Required » Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:52 pm

Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad wrote:Can anyone indicate where the complete stats for HFT VI are?
Or, are they not posted/postable?
This is all that's been posted so far.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Mechanical Beasts » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:17 pm

No Electricity Required wrote:
Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad wrote:Can anyone indicate where the complete stats for HFT VI are?
Or, are they not posted/postable?
This is all that's been posted so far.
In the right column looks like morning and afternoon stats, all four links. What am I not seeing?
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by No Electricity Required » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:28 pm

Mechanical Beasts wrote:
No Electricity Required wrote:
Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad wrote:Can anyone indicate where the complete stats for HFT VI are?
Or, are they not posted/postable?
This is all that's been posted so far.
In the right column looks like morning and afternoon stats, all four links. What am I not seeing?
His post sounded like he wanted overall stats, but maybe I misunderstood him.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad » Sun Nov 20, 2011 11:34 pm

Thanks, Gents!
I appreciate both the information and the link -- and this works for me!
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by jonpin » Mon Nov 21, 2011 10:09 am

Mechanical Beasts wrote:
No Electricity Required wrote:
Remember-the-Alamo-Remember-Goliad wrote:Can anyone indicate where the complete stats for HFT VI are?
Or, are they not posted/postable?
This is all that's been posted so far.
In the right column looks like morning and afternoon stats, all four links. What am I not seeing?
Some of that seems garbled. SC-C and SC-G are listed as playing both sets of morning rounds; RWD-A and RWD-B aren't shown for either.

Actually, it looks like you just need to switch Barker Morning and Barker Afternoon, and it'll match up.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Galstaff, Sorceror of Light » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:18 pm

By the way, since I haven't yet heard back from Dallas about contact info and results confirmation for this tournament, the top 8 teams have qualified for the NSC and are able to register beginning December 1.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Rick » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:05 pm

The Laughing Cavalier wrote:By the way, since I haven't yet heard back from Dallas about contact info and results confirmation for this tournament, the top 8 teams have qualified for the NSC and are able to register beginning December 1.
Does this also apply to mirrors of the tournament?
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Galstaff, Sorceror of Light » Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:40 am

Rick wrote:
The Laughing Cavalier wrote:By the way, since I haven't yet heard back from Dallas about contact info and results confirmation for this tournament, the top 8 teams have qualified for the NSC and are able to register beginning December 1.
Does this also apply to mirrors of the tournament?
Sort of. Mirrors that were also platinum certified qualified the top 25% of their teams, which is not necessarily the same number of teams as this site. I asked MSU to forward my notification message since they did not provide us with contact info, but looking at my records, DCD A, Truman, Hillsdale Academy, Brighton A, Huron A, and DCD B qualified from the Michigan State site. I'll post in that thread as well in case MSU hasn't had time to forward my message.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Rick » Thu Dec 01, 2011 7:05 am

I believe they did contact coaches, but as there was never any indication posted to the PACE site, we weren't sure that somewhere along the line, something hadn't gone awry.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by abnormal abdomen » Thu Dec 01, 2011 10:49 am

Hey, I apologize if this has already been addressed, but could Dallas, Stephen, Ted, or someone else who was involved with this set post the distribution, if possible? Thanks!
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Galstaff, Sorceror of Light » Thu Dec 01, 2011 1:21 pm

Rick wrote:I believe they did contact coaches, but as there was never any indication posted to the PACE site, we weren't sure that somewhere along the line, something hadn't gone awry.
I didn't get results confirmation from Nalin until last night, so I couldn't add it to the website yet. It'll probably go up when I can resume site updates this weekend, but there were a ton of tournaments on 11/12 and 11/19, so it may take longer than that. Adding the average weekend's tournaments and teams and making sure everyone's been contacted takes me about two and a half hours, so some of them haven't quite been possible yet, especially since I tried to put emailing teams before updating the site. As I indicated on the site, if you have an email, you're qualified, so no worries about that.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by gyre and gimble » Thu Dec 01, 2011 4:01 pm

Riot In Cell Block Nine wrote:Hey, I apologize if this has already been addressed, but could Dallas, Stephen, Ted, or someone else who was involved with this set post the distribution, if possible? Thanks!
Here it is:

4/4 Literature (American, British, European/Ancient, World)
4/4 History (American, British/European/Ancient, European, World)
4/4 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy/Math/Earth/CS/etc.)
3/3 Fine Arts (Painting, Music, Sculpture/Opera/Architecture/etc.)
3/3 RMP (Religion, Mythology, Philosophy)
1/1 Social Science
0.5/0.5 Geography
0.5/0.5 Current Events
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by Galstaff, Sorceror of Light » Thu Dec 01, 2011 10:27 pm

The Laughing Cavalier wrote:By the way, since I haven't yet heard back from Dallas about contact info and results confirmation for this tournament, the top 8 teams have qualified for the NSC and are able to register beginning December 1.
I was able to contact the teams involved tonight but, just to clarify, this tournament actually qualified its top 9 teams. Thanks, Dallas, for straightening this out.
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Re: Harvard Fall Tournament VI (11/12/11)

Post by gyre and gimble » Tue Jan 03, 2012 2:53 am

Since all mirrors have been over for a while, I just sent George the set so hopefully it will be uploaded soon. And that means people are free to discuss the set if they want to.

Some people took issue with the difficulty of this set after the first couple of mirrors, so your thoughts regarding that would be helpful for the future. My personal opinion based on stats from most of the mirrors was that the set was more or less at the difficulty we had intended and promised, which means it was a bit harder than standard regular difficulty, but asked things that we thought were appropriate to ask at a "regular difficulty" high school tournament. I think the real error that we made was that we approved mirror sites where this tournament was not appropriate, specifically the Michigan site that seemed to have been attended almost entirely by novice teams. But that's my biased opinion so I'd love to hear what people have to say.
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