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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Mon Jul 12, 2010 12:47 pm

By the way, unless I hear from someone associated with the Dees team by midnight tonight, I will be dropping that team from the field. This is your final warning.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by mhawlik » Tue Jul 13, 2010 12:03 am

Hey guys,

My name's Matt Hoffer-Hawlik, a member of Yale QB and a potential staffer of CO. As i'm looking for alternative housing other than hotels (I am indeed a poor college student), I was wondering if anyone living in the Chicago area could put me up Sat. night, as I'll need to staff CO side events Sunday if I find I can come. Appreciate the generosity towards a poor stranger in advance!
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Post by mhawlik » Tue Jul 13, 2010 12:06 am

Oh, and I can sleep on the floor if needed; I can bring a sleeping bag.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:15 am

I just want to point out that my intrepid co-editors have discovered numerous instances of Wikiplagiarism in a number of packets. I want it to be thoroughly understood that this is not acceptable; even if you're writing a science question on something and you have no idea how to do so, you absolutely may not just copy sentences out of Wikipedia. I will have more to say about this after the tournament, but suffice to say that I expect much, much better than this from teams attending Chicago Open.

edit: one more thing. For the love of all that is holy, look at what you are writing. I have seen several packets where I've had to stitch together pieces of sentences that look like they were just thrown onto the page without regard for any basic rules of grammar.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Tue Jul 13, 2010 10:02 pm

I'm sorry to announce that due to persistent failure to submit a packet and contact me despite repeated requests to do so, the team comprising Dees et al. has been dropped from Chicago Open.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Rothlover » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:32 pm

Hey, I can come to this now. If anyone has an opening PLEASE let me know, ASAP. I am good for my Freeburnian 5 ppg.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by gyre and gimble » Sat Jul 17, 2010 11:14 am

What's the full schedule for Chicago Open weekend? You know, like when to be there, when I can leave, where to be, etc.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Rothlover » Sat Jul 17, 2010 3:16 pm

So, yeah, I just won my flight, so I'm in. I got the go-ahead to see if I can put together a 15th team. So contact me if you want to play but don't have a team. I've heard from a few people Joe Hansen is one such person?

EDIT: 15th team apparently full with me, Hansen, Jacob Durst and Kirun Sankaran
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:04 pm

gyre and gimble wrote:What's the full schedule for Chicago Open weekend? You know, like when to be there, when I can leave, where to be, etc.
I'll post full details tomorrow.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by ThisIsMyUsername » Sun Jul 18, 2010 6:36 pm

What's the buzzer situation like? Should I plan on bringing Yale's buzzer?
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by abnormal abdomen » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:37 pm

ThisIsMyUsername wrote:What's the buzzer situation like? Should I plan on bringing Yale's buzzer?
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Theory Of The Leisure Flask » Tue Jul 20, 2010 4:35 pm

I need to drop from Chicago Open due to a family medical emergency, so I guess my team has room for one more now. I am really really sorry about this.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Tue Jul 20, 2010 5:00 pm

Theory Of The Leisure Flask wrote:I need to drop from Chicago Open due to a family medical emergency, so I guess my team has room for one more now. I am really really sorry about this.
Doug Yetman, this is your chance!
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by DumbJaques » Tue Jul 20, 2010 5:20 pm

Doug Yetman, this is your chance!
I'm not sure if this is a joke or whatever, but if Doug or anyone else is interested in joining the team now consisting of myself, Michael Arnold, and Andrew Ullsperger, shoot me an email.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by evilmonkey » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:08 am

I don't know where an appropriate place to post this is, but this seems as good as any other. I plan on staffing CO, CO Lit, and CO Trash, but because of the decision to do both days, I need a place to crash Saturday night. Does anyone have floor space available? Shoot me an e-mail if you do.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by evilmonkey » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:58 pm

Hey, live results throughout the day! Updated Through Round Robin

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Edit, August 3: I promise I will get the corrected stats up by Sunday. My classes over the past week have been hectic, and this upcoming week doesn't look much better.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Edward Elric » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:08 pm

Jerry I want to apologize for no showing today. My electricity shut down yesterday around 2 am and reset my alarm clock so I overslept.

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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Mechanical Beasts » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:29 pm

Bryce-- could you update the round report with packet names, not just numbers? That would be a little helpful.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Frater Taciturnus » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:31 pm

Given the number of (-1)-(-1) games, this tournament must be actually impossible.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by BGSO » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:39 pm

Magin/Teitler/Koo/Arthur is playing Simmons/Koai/Mason/Weiner in an advantaged final in the formers favor.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by BGSO » Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:08 am

Simmons/Koai/Mason/Weiner wins game one.

This tournament now subtitled "This Tournament goes till 12"
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Skepticism and Animal Feed » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:29 am

BGSO wrote:Simmons/Koai/Mason/Weiner wins game one.

This tournament now subtitled "This Tournament goes till 12"
Wrong. At 11:59 PM, Matt Weiner correctly answered tossup 21 to end the second game of the advantaged final and win CO.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by abnormal abdomen » Sun Jul 25, 2010 4:17 am

Lloyd texted me that CO Lit basically just stopped after 5 rounds; this won't affect tomorrow's events, will it? I'm going to be functioning on a pretty strict timetable...
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by cornfused » Sun Jul 25, 2010 4:28 am

Your Cup of Robust Tea wrote:Lloyd texted me that CO Lit basically just stopped after 5 rounds; this won't affect tomorrow's events, will it? I'm going to be functioning on a pretty strict timetable...
CO Lit got called on account of darkness, basically - with 5 or 6 rounds (depending on the team) played out of 11 scheduled and the time in the 2:30-3:00 range, everybody decided that we would rather not try to finish the tourney. Trash and Fine Arts will proceed as scheduled.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:03 pm

Morraine Man wrote:
BGSO wrote:Simmons/Koai/Mason/Weiner wins game one.

This tournament now subtitled "This Tournament goes till 12"
Wrong. At 11:59 PM, Matt Weiner correctly answered tossup 21 to end the second game of the advantaged final and win CO.
My clock said it was past 12 when that happened...
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Post by Not That Kind of Christian!! » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:03 pm

Morraine Man wrote:
BGSO wrote:Simmons/Koai/Mason/Weiner wins game one.

This tournament now subtitled "This Tournament goes till 12"
Wrong. At 11:59 PM, Matt Weiner correctly answered tossup 21 to end the second game of the advantaged final and win CO.
What was the answer to tossup 21?
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:17 pm

Not That Kind of Christian!! wrote:What was the answer to tossup 21?
It was a spare tossup floating around on my hard drive oh Jefferson's letter to the Danbury Baptists.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:32 pm

I would like to officially congratulate The Gorilla Wrestles with the Superman (Matt Weiner, Kevin Koai, Dallas Simons, and Rich Mason) for their comeback win against The Solid Scholars (Jonathan Magin, Selene Koo, Seth Teitler, and Bruce Arthur). Both teams played tremendously well; TSS won the last game of the round-robin to gain a one-game advantage in the final, while TGWwtS punched their ticket by having a higher PPG than This Civilising Love of Death (Mike Sorice, Brendan Byrne, Charles Meigs, and Ray Luo), who finished third despite beating both finalists. The finals were very exciting and were, as already mentioned, decided by a tiebreaker when TGTwtS answered tossup 20 and converted 10 points on the bonus to even the score. Congratulations to both teams, and to all the players who made it through this Bataan death march of a tournament.

The logistics unfortunately really screwed us this year. Horrible Chicago weather caused serious delays for most teams in terms of getting to the tournament, and for some reason facilities people weren't there to unlock the rooms we had reserved. I don't know why we weren't given more rooms in Harper since no one but us was in the building all day; in any case, having teams run between buildings was likewise rather inconvenient. A great thanks to all the staff members who slogged through it with us. You guys were awesome and I'm sure I speak for the field when I say that we really appreciated your dedication. An official discussion thread is forthcoming once I get the United Airlines gate agent to actually assign me a seat on my now-delayed flight.

Again, congrats to the champions, the runners-up, and all the participants. I hope you enjoyed playing this tournament as much as I enjoyed editing it.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Charbroil » Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:30 pm

grapesmoker wrote:I hope you enjoyed playing this tournament as much as I enjoyed editing it.
It was a pleasure to play this tournament; thank you for all of your hard work.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Charbroil » Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:48 pm

By the way, is this going to be posted soon? I know a few people in the St. Louis area who are interested in hearing these questions some time later this week.
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Post by Nicklausse/Muse » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:11 pm

Seconding that request, I'd like to see how mine were edited. (...or one of the editors could send me an e-mail.)
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:13 pm

I'll send it to George once I make a few minor changes. It's already floating around but I just want the final version to have a few of the tossups that were left out by mistake.
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Post by Charbroil » Mon Jul 26, 2010 11:28 pm

By the way, are stats containing the advantaged final available?
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by grapesmoker » Mon Jul 26, 2010 11:43 pm

Charbroil wrote:By the way, are stats containing the advantaged final available?
I have the scoresheets and I'll send the final tallies to Bryce so he can update the stats.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by Lagotto Romagnolo » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:44 pm

I must say, those are some interesting editorial comments in the packets.
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Re: Announcement: 2010 Chicago Open, Chicago, IL (July 23-25)

Post by setht » Fri Jul 30, 2010 9:30 pm

grapesmoker wrote:The logistics unfortunately really screwed us this year. Horrible Chicago weather caused serious delays for most teams in terms of getting to the tournament, and for some reason facilities people weren't there to unlock the rooms we had reserved. I don't know why we weren't given more rooms in Harper since no one but us was in the building all day; in any case, having teams run between buildings was likewise rather inconvenient.
A facilities person who I know to be competent called me a few days ago in response to a phone message I left Saturday morning asking about getting rooms unlocked. She apologized profusely for the screw up, and we talked things over and have emailed back and forth a bit. It looks like what happened is that the university has once again changed which facilities office is in charge of room reservations in Harper over the summer. Unfortunately, the lady in the office where I put in the reservation request (the same office that was in charge of Harper summer reservations for the past two COs) did not tell me that they were no longer in charge of Harper summer reservations, nor did the lady who emailed me the reservation confirmation and claimed there were only 5 rooms available both days. Instead, the second lady cc'ed someone in the correct office on the email with the reservation confirmation. Unfortunately, that person has apparently been on vacation since early June (or he managed not to tell anyone in his office about CO). So, no one in the correct office realized that they needed to open up rooms for us on Saturday.

I believe CO should not have problems of this sort going forward. It's certainly possible that the university will decide to shut down most or all of Harper/Stuart for a summer, but if whoever is in charge of logistics next year makes a point of putting in a reservation with the correct office (and getting confirmation that they are in fact dealing with the correct office), then we should not have issues with getting rooms unlocked--we'll either get our reservation rejected out of hand, or we should be in good shape.

I intended for that last bit to be reassuring, but it may not have come out that way.

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