ANNOUNCEMENT: T-Party Mirror at Stanford (2/27)

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Stanford University will be hosting a mirror of T-Party on Saturday, February 27. Teams from this site will NOT be required to write packets, but can receive a $15 discount for submitting anything between a half-packet and a full-packet (packets are due by 2/7). The tournament will be held on the second floor of the Nitery, Lasuen Mall and White Plaza, Stanford, CA 94305. Free parking is available in the nearby Tresidder parking lot. Registration will be at 9:00AM, with games starting at 9:30AM.

If you have any questions, or would like to register for the tournament, either post in this thread, or email me at blindqui AT stanford DOT edu.

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$100 Base fee
-$15 half/full packet submitted by 2/7 (submit packets to [email protected])
-$5 per buzzer
-$10 per staffer
-$40 for high schools
-$10 per 200 miles traveled

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University of Washington - 1
UC-Berkeley - 2
CWRU - 1
Bellarmine HS - 1
Stanford House - 1
Total: 6
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I might be interested in playing on the 27th. There's a smaller chance Brittany might also be interested, and an even smaller chance that an entire UW team will drive down and play on that date.
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Also, would you guys offer a travel discount?
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Berkeley will probably be able to send at least one team either day. If we write a packet, I won't be contributing to it.
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Also, would you guys offer a travel discount?
Sure. Updated first post in thread.
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Ok it looks like an actual UW-ish team (e.g. three UW people and me assuming we get approval from the editors--if not it will be a UW team and a team of me playing by myself) would be willing to fly down and play this tournament if it happens on the 27th. If anyone in the Bay Area has a place for us to crash that would be extra great.
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Berkeley can bring two teams as well as two buzzers. We have a slight preference for 2/27.
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This tournament is taking place on Feb. 27. See the top post for a field update.
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Are any of the local high school teams interested in the tournament?
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Berkeley now has 9 people interested. Could any team use an extra player?
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sbraunfeld wrote:Berkeley now has 9 people interested. Could any team use an extra player?
We may have 5 people coming, so we might be willing to split into two teams and incorporate this person onto the team.
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:
sbraunfeld wrote:Berkeley now has 9 people interested. Could any team use an extra player?
We may have 5 people coming, so we might be willing to split into two teams and incorporate this person onto the team.
Greatly appreciated. Let me know if this ends up happening.
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Hey if anyone coming from Berkeley has extra space in their car to drive some of us from Oakland (or possibly Berkeley) on Saturday to Palo Alto and back that would be greatly appreciated. If you guys are willing to take an extra car or two to drive us we'd certainly pay for gas.
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By the way, I'd be interested in playing the Lit/Fine Art Singles being held at Chipola the day before this tournament takes place since I don't plan on doing anything else on Saturday night.
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Hey if anyone coming from Berkeley has extra space in their car to drive some of us from Oakland (or possibly Berkeley) on Saturday to Palo Alto and back that would be greatly appreciated. If you guys are willing to take an extra car or two to drive us we'd certainly pay for gas.
It seems like we will only be able to bring two cars to Stanford, so we can't help you going. However, I believe a third should arrive sometime in the tournament's midst, so we ought to be able to drive you back. I should confirm this with the drivers before making any promises, however. Post when you know the details.
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:By the way, I'd be interested in playing the Lit/Fine Art Singles being held at Chipola the day before this tournament takes place since I don't plan on doing anything else on Saturday night.
I would be interested in this as well.
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Can we get a field update? It would be great if more than like 4 teams were signed up for this tournament.
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Can we get a field update? It would be great if more than like 4 teams were signed up for this tournament.
Feedback from many of the high school players who played this tournament was positive. I think this would be a fun tournament for some NorCal teams to attend.
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Can we get a field update? It would be great if more than like 4 teams were signed up for this tournament.
The field hasn't changed since the last update. It would be nice to hear from some of the SoCal teams, but this has been a busy month for quizbowl tournaments, so I understand if schools can't make it.
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Schweizerkas wrote:
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Can we get a field update? It would be great if more than like 4 teams were signed up for this tournament.
The field hasn't changed since the last update. It would be nice to hear from some of the SoCal teams, but this has been a busy month for quizbowl tournaments, so I understand if schools can't make it.
Is Stanford going to have a house team or two to boost the field if teams don't show?
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote: Is Stanford going to have a house team or two to boost the field if teams don't show?
Yes, we'll have one or two house teams. I should have mentioned that.
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Pending our ability to find a 21+ y.o. member to go with us, CWRU will be flying in a team for this. I should know by tomorrow whether or not this will actually happen.
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I also heard a rumor that at least one MSJ team will probably come to this.
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Synthetic Socks wrote:Pending our ability to find a 21+ y.o. member to go with us, CWRU will be flying in a team for this. I should know by tomorrow whether or not this will actually happen.
It's confirmed, we're coming. We'll be there with at least 3 players, 4 if I can find someone else who's able to go. We can bring up to 3 buzzer sets if you absolutely need them, but we'd obviously rather not in order to avoid the insane checked baggage fees.

Also, I can't speak for the others on the team, but I would personally be up for playing the Lit/Fine Arts tournament or Bentley's Visual Arts tournament (preferably the latter) if you plan on hosting a side event.
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We ran the visual tournament at Stanford for ACF Winter so it's unlikely it will be run again there.
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Crazy Andy Watkins wrote:
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:Can we get a field update? It would be great if more than like 4 teams were signed up for this tournament.
Feedback from many of the high school players who played this tournament was positive. I think this would be a fun tournament for some NorCal teams to attend.
I will ask our coach, but our budget situation isn't exactly the best.
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By the way if there are any free agents out there, we have room for a fourth (pending approval of the tournament editors).
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:By the way, I'd be interested in playing the Lit/Fine Art Singles being held at Chipola the day before this tournament takes place since I don't plan on doing anything else on Saturday night.
I would be interested in this as well.[/quote]
There's no mirror fee for this, so if someone from Stanford will give me an email address, I'll send you the packets to play.
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Bellarmine is 95% likely to bring a team, although it will likely be an amalgamation of our A, B, and C teams. However, we need to know how much we have to pay to play. At least a couple of our guys would totally play a LitFineArts tournament if it was offered.
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Also, what time does this start?
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Trap-Jaw wrote:Bellarmine is 95% likely to bring a team, although it will likely be an amalgamation of our A, B, and C teams. However, we need to know how much we have to pay to play.
The base fee for high schools is $60.
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The tournament will be held on the second floor of the Nitery, Lasuen Mall and White Plaza, Stanford, CA 94305. Free parking is available in the nearby Tresidder parking lot. Registration will be at 9:00AM, with games starting at 9:30AM.
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Have you guys decided whether or not you will be able and/or willing to run the Lit/Fine Arts singles side event after the tournament? It seems there is succificient interest from a players.
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Hey if anyone is able to give me a ride from the Oakland airport on Saturday morning that would be greatly appreciated.
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Synthetic Socks wrote:Have you guys decided whether or not you will be able and/or willing to run the Lit/Fine Arts singles side event after the tournament? It seems there is succificient interest from a players.
Yes, we'll try to run the Lit/Fine Arts singles tournament after the main event. Staff might be a little tight for the singles tournament, so if anyone is interested in helping staff it, let me know.

And since we haven't run a Cardinal Classic this year, this T-Party mirror is officially going to be Cardinal Classic XIX.
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Schweizerkas wrote:
Synthetic Socks wrote:Have you guys decided whether or not you will be able and/or willing to run the Lit/Fine Arts singles side event after the tournament? It seems there is succificient interest from a players.
Yes, we'll try to run the Lit/Fine Arts singles tournament after the main event. Staff might be a little tight for the singles tournament, so if anyone is interested in helping staff it, let me know.

And since we haven't run a Cardinal Classic this year, this T-Party mirror is officially going to be Cardinal Classic XIX.
It's likely Brittany and/or Andre from our team will be willing to staff the Lit/Fine Arts tournament.
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Schweizerkas wrote:Staff might be a little tight for the singles tournament, so if anyone is interested in helping staff it, let me know.
I can staff this.
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The current field for Saturday is:

University of Washington - 1
UC-Berkeley - 2
CWRU - 1
Bellarmine HS - 1
Stanford House - 1
Total: 6

If we stay at 6 teams, we'll play a double-round robin, followed by an advantaged final if necessary.
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Brian, shall I email packets to you tonight, or to whom?
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I suppose somebody will post full results at some point.
In any case, I heard that Stanford won the tournament, besting the field entirely.
Our school competed in its first collegiate tournament ever and, using 4 players that had a combined 4.5 years of quiz bowl experience, went 2-8, losing two really close games. :party: Wish I was there for this...
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Stanford's house team went 10-0 in double round-robin to win the T-Party mirror. We also played six rounds of lit singles and Andrew won by a substantial margin. Full stats to follow sometime.
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Are there any more mirrors of this? Or is the set going to be posted?
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Trap-Jaw wrote:Are there any more mirrors of this? Or is the set going to be posted?
It's been emailed to George. If there is an Oxford mirror (March, doubtful) it'll be on an honor system re: question security.
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Regarding logistics, this was one of the better run West Coast tournaments I've been to. Schedules and invoices were printed out ahead of time, buzzers were set up during registration and the moderators were getting through packets at a pretty fast pace. I look forward to more West Coast tournaments being run like this in the future.
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Are stats coming at some point?
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The full results for Cardinal Classic XIX, including the Lit/Fine-Arts "singles" tournament, may be found here:
http://quizbowl.stanford.edu/tournaments/2010_ccxix/
Sorry about the delay.

I'd like to thank all the teams that came to the tournament. I'd also like to thank Jacob Kalichman, Phil Shiu, and Josh Falk for moderating, and Tony Tzeng and Jason Ma for helping with stats. Finally, thanks to Jeff and Brittany for moderating the Lit/Fine-Arts event.
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Is Josh actually playing this year?
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