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2024 Great Lakes Pinball Open — Event Cancelled —

April 12 @ 9:00 am - April 14 @ 5:00 pm

$240 – $270
Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournament

–This Event Has Been Cancelled–

2024 Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournament Details:

4 Separate IFPA Tournaments over 3 days plus a 5th tournament on Thursday night April 11th.
$15,000 in Prize Money (*based on full capacity of 150 players) for the 2 larger tournaments that have finals

Certified Main Event is April 13th-14th (250%-300% IFPA Points) – Prize Money Payouts to Top 24
Target Match Play with finals is April 12th (180-200% IFPA Points) – Prize Money Payouts to Top 24
2 Concurrent Knockout Tournaments run during the finals of each larger event – No Prize Money

Thursday April 11th is a separate IFPA approved ‘warm up’ tournament, open to anyone who wants to play, not combined with GLPO event, you do not have to be in the GLPO to play in the Thursday night tournament, $25 cost, pay at the door, no prize money, and has its own registration which opens Saturday February 10th, 2024 at 11:05AM Central Time. Registration link for this tournament is below under tournament formats.

Live Stream:

All Tournaments will be live streamed via Twitch by Fox Cities Pinball Stream Watch it live April 11th-14th, 2024

3 Hotel Deals:

Cobblestone Hotel & Suites in De Pere is a newer hotel (building built in 2022) and is offering a corporate rate on hotel rooms for District 82 events. The rooms are all really nice and the hotel is located 2.1 miles from District 82 in downtown De Pere. The room rates start at $109 per night. Use this link https://be.synxis.com/?Hotel=37764&Chain=7721&promo=DIST82 or Promo Code DIST82 when booking through them directly.

Nuks Executive Suites in De Pere is very close by. Please call them at (920) 425-7129 or email them at [email protected] and tell them your with District 82 to get the discount. You get a Deluxe Queen room for $85/night and you would get 10% off if you stay for 4 nights.

We also have a discounted Hotel rate through the Kress Inn which is only 2 miles away from District 82 right in downtown De Pere as well. The discounted rate gives up to 15% off the best year round price they have. You can call them at 800-221-5070 and reference District 82 Pinball or use the following link for an online booking: http://www.choicehotels.com/ires/en-US/html/ArrivalInfo?hotel=WI118&srp=LDIS82&pu=no

IFPA Certified Main Event:

The main event will be a 10 Round, 2 games per round, Group Match Play, Qualifier that will happen on Saturday April 13th. All 10 rounds will be played on Saturday and use all the games inside District 82. We will then have a PAPA style finals (New: build your own bank game selection) for the top 24 players of the Main Qualifier on Sunday April 14th. We will also have another tournament on Sunday April 14th run concurrently with main finals but on different machines in a different section of District 82. Everyone is welcome to participate in this final tournament for the weekend.

250-300% IFPA Points

The Main Tournament (Saturday Qualify with Sunday Finals) will have a base of 50TGP (200%) and will be IFPA certified (25% boost), or certified+ with 128 minimum players (50% boost) to the base TGP bringing the total points to 250% or 300% of a typical 100% tournament.

Target Match Play Tournament with finals will be around 180%-200% TGP depending on how many rounds qualifying takes

Other 2 Knockout Tournaments & Thursday Beat the Clock Tournament are all 100% (or very close) TGP for WPPR points from IFPA

NEW PLAYERS WELCOME

Lighting

Overhead ‘house’ lighting will be on for GLPO Friday-Sunday Tournaments. Overhead lighting will be off for Thursday ‘Warm Up’ Tournament.

Costs

Total Cost for this event is $270 ($170 Admission + $100 Prize Pool) per player and covers all events Friday-Sunday
$30 Discount off admission if entry fee is paid before February 28th, 2024
$10 Discount off admission if entry fee is paid in person with cash
So total admission cost to District 82 will be between $130-$170
All Discounts come out of the Admission fee to D82 and does not affect the prize pool money
IFPA Fees, Sales Tax, Credit Card Fees, Games on Free Play, Etc come out of the the admission fees to District 82
Prize Pool Fees are $100 per player and 100% of that money goes back to the players as cash prizes (paid in the form of a check from District 82)
You can come and go all 3 days with all 100+ games on free play the whole time.
You do not have to play in all the events but you are paying for all of them, Friday-Sunday Tournaments, with this one registration.
We only have space for players who are in this event. We are not open to the public during these tournaments.
Click here for current game list.
Bottled water is free
Soda will cost $1 per can
You can bring beer, soda and food yourself. Just please bring a cooler I don’t have much extra fridge space for you items.

Registration:

Registration Opens February 10th at 11AM Central Time. Don’t pay until you are registered!

I may be registering up to 10% of the register list, 15 people, in advance whom are either sponsors, last years winner, or those helping to make this event happen. Also, The IFPA Board of Directors (they don’t count in the total).

Registration for The Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournaments is a 2 step process

  1. Secure your spot
    Be one of the first 150 people to register on this site when registration opens on February 10th at 11:00AM Central Time — That is the rush part and is the same it has always been for all my events. Exactly at 11AM Central Time a blue button that says ‘Register’ will appear (you need to hit F5 to refresh your browser). Click that button and give me your name and email, then click submit. You can only register for one person at a time. Once you have secured your spot the rush is over, take a minute, and correctly pay for it.
  2. Pay for your registration
    $240 if paid before 6PM Central Time February 28th, 2024
    $270 if paid after 6PM Central Time February 28th, 2024
    $10 Discount off above cost if paid in person in cash
    After you register above, pay with a credit card by clicking the “Buy Now” button below which takes you to Square Pay (Credit Card) or sending [email protected] a pay pal with the required funds. Pay Pal you can use either merchant or friends and family. Make sure you put your name that you registered with somewhere in the notes of the payments. I have to manually check the registration and payment systems separately and match them up. You can pay for more that one person at a time, just give me a note or send an email as to whom you are paying for. If paying cash please send me an email saying you are going to pay in full at a certain event or date. All sales taxes, fees, etc, are in that cost. If you pay first and don’t secure a registration your money will be refunded (less any fees incurred by District 82). Follow the instructions and Register First, Pay Second. Make sure you read and understand the Refund Policy stated below.

THIS ENTRY FEE NEEDS TO BE PAID WITHIN 24HOURS OF SIGNING UP. IF YOU DO NOT PAY THEN YOU MAY BE REMOVED FROM THE LIST AND THE NEXT PERSON ON THE WAITLIST WILL BE REGISTERED.

Waitlisted players will not receive any emails unless they are moved up to registered. Then they will have 24 hours to pay the entry fee. If they do not, they are deleted and then we will move onto the next player on the waitlist. If someone gets on the waitlist prior to February 28th I will honor the lower entry fee price for them if and when they are able to move up to registered assuming they then pay that entry fee within 24 hours. I will make contact with them by the email address they provided.

You are paying for all of the tournaments at once.

Pay for your entry into all 4 tournaments (Fri-Sun) using the button below AFTER you secure your spot in the Great Lakes Pinball Open. Do not pay any money if you are not registered. Do not pay any money if you are on the waitlist. You will be contacted if you move up from waitlist to registered.

DO NOT ‘BUY NOW’ UNTIL YOU’RE REGISTERED ABOVE!

Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournaments

Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournaments

$240.00

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Food Trucks

Thursday 4PM-9PM TBD
Friday 11:30AM-2PM & 4:30PM-7:30PM TBD
Saturday 11:30AM-2PM 5PM-8PM TBD

Schedule of Events April 11th-14th, 2024

—Warm Up Tournament—
Thursday 4PM-6PM Doors Open Practice
Thursday 6PM – 11PM Beat the Clock Classics Tournament
—Great Lakes Pinball Open Events—
Friday 8AM – Doors Open Practice Starts
Friday 9AM – 5PM Target Match Play Qualifying 30 points 3/2/1/0 scoring
Friday 12:30ish Short Lunch Break
Friday 5-6PM – Short Dinner Break in-between tournaments
Friday 6PM – Midnight Finals for Target Match Play
Friday 6PM – Midnight 8 Strike Fair Strikes Classics Tournament
Saturday 8AM – Doors Open Practice Starts
Saturday 9AM – 10PM Main Event Qualify 10 Round, 2 games per round, Group Match Play
Saturday 1PMish & 6PMish Short Lunch & Dinner Breaks
Sunday 8AM – Doors Open Practice Starts
Sunday 9AM – Main Event Finals
Sunday 9:15AM – 3 Strike Knockout
No Lunch Break
4PM Projected end time for both Sunday Tournaments

Friday Night and Sunday have 2 separate events run concurrently. The Finals are only for the top 24 players that qualify for it. The knockout tournaments are open to anyone who wants to play in it including the top 24 qualifiers who are playing in the finals. These is no prize money for these alternate concurrent tournaments but there are IFPA points.

Sponsors:

A big thank you to our sponsors for helping to make this event happen!

  1. Lumberjack Johnny’s

Where:

District 82 Pinball Arcade
800 O’Keefe Rd Suite F
De Pere, WI 54115

When:

April 12th-14th, 2024
Doors open and Practice Starts 1 hour before each tournament
Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the morning tournament to check in

Prizes

You are responsible for any income taxes. If you win over $600 in prize money from District 82 in a calendar year you will need to fill out a W-9 and will receive a 1099-MISC for the total amount of your winnings. You will get a check from District 82 not cash.

Certified Main Tournament with $60 Prize Pool Per Player
Prize Money for 1st-24th
1st 28%
2nd 16%
3rd 10%
4th 6%
5th-8th 4% each
9th-16th 2% each
17th-24th 1% each

*Main Example Assuming 150 players $9,000 pot — actual payouts will be more or less depending on number of players
1st $2,520
2nd $1,440
3rd $900
4th $540
5th-8th $360 each
9th-16th $180 each
17th-24th $90 each

Target Match Play $40 Prize Pool Per Player
Prize Money for 1st-24th
1st 28%
2nd 16%
3rd 10%
4th 6%
5th-8th 4% each
9th-16th 2% each
17th-24th 1% each

*Example Assuming 150 players $6,000 pot — actual payouts will be more or less depending on number of players
1st $1,680
2nd $960
3rd $600
4th $360
5th-8th $240 each
9th-16th $120 each
17th-24th $60 each

The prize money awarded at the tournament is final. The tournament directors decisions on rulings are final. You agree to these terms by signing up. You can’t come back after the tournaments are finalized and dispute your finishing position or prize payout. Any discrepancies need to be brought up immediately to tournament director, at and during, the tournaments themselves.

Tournament Formats:

Thursday Night ‘Beat the Clock’ Tournament

Friday April 11th, 2024

4PM Doors Open
6PM Tournament Starts
No Cash Prizes, only trophies and IFPA points

This is a separate tournament and not part of the GLPO registration or fees. It has its own registration and a $25 fee (paid at event not in advance) for the night.

Sign up here: https://district82.com/event/beat-the-clock-tournament-glpo-2024/

This is a 1 day tournament that will not be combined with anything else and there are no finals or side tournament. You do not have to be part of the GLPO to play in this one event but you do need to register for it.
This is going to be group match play style with swiss style pairings. The difference here is that we are going to play only the EM and earlier (1985 & older) solid state pins. These are all the faster playing games at District 82. Plus, this tournament is going to be based on time and not rounds of play. We will start promptly at 6PM and continue until 11PM. You need to be at District 82 by 5:45PM to check in. Whatever round we are on when 11PM comes we will finish that round and that is the end of the tournament. I would guess we will get in between 11-13 rounds of play. Full details at the registration link above.

GLPO Event 1: Target Match Play Qualify 30 Points 3/2/1/0 scoring & Top 24 Finals

Friday April 12th, 2024

8AM Doors Open for practice and check in
9AM Tournament Starts

Qualify

$40 Prize Pool per player, 100% gets paid out as prize money for top 24

Tournament will use all 100+ Pinball Machines inside District 82 Pinball. Each round will alternate the era of game played on. Odd Rounds will be LCD/DMD games Even Rounds will be Classics/EM games. The matchplay software will pick the games played and matches the players up in groups.

This is a Group Match Play Tournament, random seeding to start with Swiss pairings and 4 players (3 if necessary) in each group. Scoring is based on player performance for that one machine (3/2/1/0) or (3/1.5/0). This will be added to a running total for the tournament. The first player to reach 30 points will be top seed for finals and then qualifying is over. If multiple players reach the target score on the same round the player with the higher total is top seed. If they are tied a randomly drawn game will be selected for tie breaker. Automatic Tiebreakers (if available in Match Play Software) will be turned on and will supersede any tie other than a tie for 1st, 8th or 24th position. Only ties for 1st, 8th & 24th position will be broken with a 1 game tie breaker for the affected players. Those will have a 1 GAME tiebreaker and will be significant in determining Byes and/or Game Choice Selection in finals. The 8th Spot is significant as you get a BYE in first round or if you do not get a BYE but finish 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th you will get game pick in the 1st round of finals. To be clear is a tiebreaker is played for 8th spot, it will result in people placing 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th we will use this tiebreaker game to seed the final. This is based on the Tiebreaker game if it were necessary for top 8 determination only. (If there is not a tie at 8th but say a tie at 12th we will not do a tiebreaker to determine who would get game choice in the first round of playoffs. We would just use automatic tiebreakers in that instance.) The 24th spot will be significant because anyone who does not make it into the top 24 will be 25th, 26th, 27th, etc position in the overall tournaments based on the result of the 1 game tiebreaker.

Finals

Friday April 12th, 2024

6PM Start Time

No practicing on the finals games once the qualifying is over. Game Rows that will be used will be determined by the tournament director before the finals begin.

Top 24 Players from the Main Event Qualifying will play in the Finals. If someone doesn’t show up for round 1 the 25th ranked person (or next highest available person) from qualifying can take their place. If a player fails to show up for round 2 or later rounds we continue as if they are still in the tournament and give them 0 points for matches they miss. The format will consist of 4 rounds of 3 game banks. Top 8 qualifiers get a 1st round bye. Groupings for first round will be (9th, 16th, 17th, 24th), (10th, 15th, 18th, 23rd), (11th, 14th, 19th, 22nd), (12th, 13th, 20th, 21st) Games will be played one at a time.
New for D82 – Build Your Own Bank finals
High Seeds will be given 2 lists of games. The 2 lists will be Classics and Modern Games in the Rows that are set aside just for the finals. These lists will be presented at finals and not in advance. They are to choose 3 games in total but at least 1 game must be a modern and 1 must be a classic. You cannot pick all 3 Modern or all 3 Classics for your bank. The order in which the 3 games are played will be either Modern/Classic/Modern or Classic/Modern/Classic and that choice will be given to the person that chose the bank games. They can choose to defer game selection choice to next higher seed as well. Once a game has been chosen it cannot be chosen by any other group that round. We will have 12 different games played in rounds 1 & 2. Once a player has chosen a game they cannot choose that game again for the duration of finals. Assuming they pick the 3 games the 2nd highest seed in group will have order choice first, then the 3rd highest seed gets order choice, then last seed gets 3rd choice, with the final order selection going to the player who chose the games.  On subsequent games the order choice goes with 4th place finisher on previous game getting to pick first, then 3rd place picks next, etc. Scoring will be 4/2/1/0 for each of the 3 games. Top 2 advance bottom 2 are eliminated. Should there be a tie for 2nd/3rd place a 1 GAME playoff will be played by the 2 affected players. That game choice will be given to the higher of the 2 seeds with the other player given order choice. The higher seed can choose any game off of the 3 lists, except, they cannot choose any of the games used that round by any group or any game that person may have chosen on previous rounds.

The 8 Eliminated players from 1st round will finish 17th-24th according to how many points they accumulated in this round. Ties will not be broken.

In the Quarterfinal Round, the players advancing from the previous round will be reseeded according to their original ranks and divided into four groups as follows.

16 Players

Group 1:  1   8    9   16
Group 2:  2   7   10  15
Group 3:  3   6   11  14
Group 4:  4   5   12  13

The 8 eliminated players will be ranked 9th-16th according to the accumulated points in this round. Ties will not be broken.

For the Semifinal Round, the 8 players advancing will be divided into two groups of four. The groups will be organized according to the original qualifying rank as shown here:

8 Players

Group 1:   1   4   5   8
Group 2:   2   3   6   7

The 4 eliminated players from this round will be ranked from 5th-8th based on the accumulated points from this round. Ties will not be broken.

The four remaining players advance to the final round. The final round is conducted in the same manner as the Semifinal Round. The total scores for this round will determine the ordering of the winners. All ties in the final round are considered significant and will be broken with a 1 game playoff. The final reporting of points to IFPA will show 1st-4th place with no ties.

Top 4 Trophies/Plaques and Top 24 Cash Prizes

GLPO Event 2: 8 Strikes Classics Fair Strike Knockout

Friday April 12th, 2024

6PM Tournament Starts or after Target Match Play Qualify Ends

The top 24 players from the Target Match Play are welcome to play in this tournament but will be automatically taken out at the start unless they tell the tournament director (Erik Thoren) that they want to play in both tournaments. They can also be added in later up to round 3 but will be give 2 strikes per round that they missed.
This Knockout Tournament is an 8 Strike Classics Tournament played in groups of 4 (3 when necessary).
Only the games from 1985ish and older will be used (Non-DMD games this is the B group at District 82 Pinball)
Look at the game list for the ‘Beat The Clock’ Tournament to see the names of games used
Random Seeding to start, then Swiss Style. Games drawn randomly.
Groups of 4 will play against each other on a single machine
1st Place No Strike, 2nd and 3rd Place 1 Strike, 4th Place 2 Strikes
3 player matches (as needed) 1st Place No Strike, 2nd Place 1 Strike, 3rd Place 2 Strikes
Once a player has 8 strikes they are out of this tournament
The tournament continues until there is one player remaining.
Should there be a tie for first place, another game shall be played as a tiebreaker and is significant. The winner of that game will be the overall winner of the tournament and reported to IFPA as the winner. Ties for 2nd-4th will be broken with a 1 game tiebreaker only to determine who gets what trophy. It will be reported to IFPA as a tie.
No Prize Money
Top 4 trophies/plaques

GLPO Event 3: GLPO Certified Main Event Qualifying

Saturday April 13th, 2024

Certified format (25% boost) or Certified+ format (50%) boost with 128 or more players

8AM Doors Open Practice
9AM Tournament Starts

$60 Prize Pool per player, 100% gets paid out as prize money to top 24 after finals on Sunday

Tournament will use all 100+ Pinball Machines inside District 82 Pinball. Each Bank will consist of 1 Modern Game (roughly 1992 & newer) and 1 classic game (roughly 1985 & older).

The Group Match Play Qualifier will be played in groups of 4 (3 when necessary).
Random Seeding to start, Rotating Order, then Tiered Swiss Style Pairings thereafter. If Tiered Swiss not available then Swiss will be used.
MatchPlay Software will most likely be used for the tournaments.
Each Round will consist of a 2 game banks consisting of 1 Modern and 1 Classic
10 Rounds in Total, 2 Games Per Round, 20 Games in Total
You will receive 7/5/3/1 or 7/4/1 scoring on each game based on 4 or 3 player groups
Automatic Tiebreakers will be turned on
Top 24 players make it to the final
Tiebreakers are played immediately after qualifying ends on Saturday night
8th and 24th place will not use the Automatic Tiebreakers. All players tied with the same amount of accumulated points for the 8th and 24th positions will have a 1 GAME tiebreaker to determine who gets a bye and who gets into the final and who doesn’t. This 1 GAME tiebreaker is significant and will result in the final placing for all players who finish 25th or worse in the tournament. Game itself will be chosen by the tournament director and order of play will use the automatic tiebreaker finishing position with the higher seed getting last available order spot. Example: We have 10 players with the same amount of points who finish from 21st-30th in qualifying. They all get to play a 1 GAME tiebreaker. The order of play will be 30th goes first, 29th goes 2nd, 28th goes 3rd, etc. The highest score in the tiebreaker gets 21st seed & moves onto finals, 2nd highest gets 22nd seed & moves on, 3rd highest 23rd seed, 4th highest 24th seed. Then the rest of the group is out of the tournament with their final finishing position being determined by that tiebreaker. 5th highest would be 25th place, 6th highest would be 26th place, etc. all the way to 30th place.
This tiebreaker will also be significant for the 8th place position. Example: we have a 6 way tie for 8th place (8,9,10,11,12,13). Based on this Tiebreaker game the winner would get the 1st round bye, 2nd/3rd/4th/5th would be seeded 9th/10th/11th/12th and get a bank choice in round 1. The person that finished 6th in this example tiebreak would be seeded 13th in the main final.

Certified Main Event Finals

Sunday April 14th, 2024

8AM Doors Open Practice and check in
9AM Finals Start

No Practicing on the games that are used in the finals before of during finals.

Top 24 Players from the Main Event Qualifying will play in the Finals. If someone doesn’t show up the 25th ranked person (or next highest available person) from qualifying can take there place. The format will consist of 4 rounds of 3 game banks. Top 8 qualifiers get a 1st round bye. Groupings for first round will be (9th, 16th, 17th, 24th), (10th, 15th, 18th, 23rd), (11th, 14th, 19th, 22nd), (12th, 13th, 20th, 21st) Games will be played one at a time.

New for D82 – Build Your Own Bank finals
High Seeds will be given 2 lists of games. The 2 lists will be Classics and Modern Games in the Rows that are set aside just for the finals. These lists will be presented at finals and not in advance. They are to choose 3 games in total but at least 1 game must be a modern and 1 must be a classic. You cannot pick all 3 Modern or all 3 Classics for your bank. The order in which the 3 games are played will be either Modern/Classic/Modern or Classic/Modern/Classic and that choice will be given to the person that chose the bank games. They can choose to defer game selection choice to next higher seed as well. Once a game has been chosen it cannot be chosen by any other group that round. We will have 12 different games played in rounds 1 & 2. Once a player has chosen a game they cannot choose that game again for the duration of finals. Assuming they pick the 3 games the 2nd highest seed in group will have order choice first, then the 3rd highest seed gets order choice, then last seed gets 3rd choice, with the final order selection going to the player who chose the games.  On subsequent games the order choice goes with 4th place finisher on previous game getting to pick first, then 3rd place picks next, etc. Scoring will be 4/2/1/0 for each of the 3 games. Top 2 advance bottom 2 are eliminated. Should there be a tie for 2nd/3rd place a 1 GAME playoff will be played by the 2 affected players. That game choice will be given to the higher of the 2 seeds with the other player given order choice. The higher seed can choose any game off of the 3 lists, except, they cannot choose any of the games used that round by any group or any game that person may have chosen on previous rounds.

The 8 Eliminated players from 1st round will finish 17th-24th according to how many points they accumulated in this round. Ties will not be broken.

In the Quarterfinal Round, the players advancing from the previous round will be reseeded according to their original ranks and divided into four groups as follows.

16 Players

Group 1:  1   8    9   16
Group 2:  2   7   10  15
Group 3:  3   6   11  14
Group 4:  4   5   12  13

The 8 eliminated players will be ranked 9th-16th according to the accumulated points in this round. Ties will not be broken.

For the Semifinal Round, the 8 players advancing will be divided into two groups of four. The groups will be organized according to the original qualifying rank as shown here:

8 Players

Group 1:   1   4   5   8
Group 2:   2   3   6   7

The 4 eliminated players from this round will be ranked from 5th-8th based on the accumulated points from this round. Ties will not be broken.

The four remaining players advance to the final round. The final round is conducted in the same manner as the Semifinal Round. The total scores for this round will determine the ordering of the winners. All ties in the final round are considered significant and will be broken with a 1 game playoff. The final reporting of points to IFPA will show 1st-4th place with no ties.

Top 4 Trophies/Plaques and Top 24 Cash Prizes

GLPO Event 4: Sunday 3 Strike Knockout

Sunday April 14th, 2024

8AM Doors Open for practice and check in
9:30AM Tournament Starts

Tournament will use most of the 100+ Pinball Machines inside District 82 Pinball. It will use all games except the ones being used for the Main Finals. Each round will alternate the era of game played on. Odd Rounds will be LCD/DMD games Even Rounds will be Classics/EM games. The Matchplay software will pick the games played and match the players up in groups.

The top 24 players from main event are automatically removed but are welcome to play in this tournament if they want to. They need to tell the tournament director (Erik Thoren) that they want to play in both and will be put in.
Anyone can join the tournament late if they want to (up to round 2) and receive 1 strike per round that they missed.
The Knockout Tournament is a 3 Strike Tournament played in groups of 4 (3 when necessary).
Random Seeding to start, then Swiss Style. Games drawn randomly.
Groups of 4 players 3rd and 4th place receive a strike
Group of 3 players (as needed) only 3rd place will receive a strike.
Once a player has 3 strikes they are out of this tournament.
The tournament continues until there is one player remaining.
Only ties for trophies will be broken with another game played but final results will show those players as tied when reported to IFPA.
No Prize Money
Top 4 trophies/plaques

Refund Policy:

You cannot ‘sell’ your tournament registration to another person. You need to go through District 82 if you want to attend or cancel your registration for this event. If you cancel your registration by the following dates I will send you back some but not all of your money. Make sure you are able to attend this event before you send payment. The amounts are listed below. Anyone from the waitlist who gets in will still have to abide by the below refund dates so please make sure you want to attend before you send me your money.

Cancel Registration By:
Wednesday February 28th, 2024 6PM CST $240 Refund
Saturday March 16th, 2024 6PM CST $180 Refund
Saturday March 23rd, 2024 6PM CST $120 Refund
Saturday March 30th, 2024 6PM CST $80 Refund
Saturday April 6th, 2024 6PM CST $50 Refund

After April 6th, 2024 No Refunds of any amount. If you participate in only part of the tournaments or can’t continue no refunds or credit to future events will be given either.

How to Cancel

You can unregister by clicking the unregister link on this page (next to the Register/Waitlist Button above) or by sending a detailed email to [email protected]. Both are time and date stamped and I will process your refund in the same manner you paid (Credit Card, Pay Pal, etc.) as soon as I can. This is not an automatic system so I personally need to process any refunds. It may take a couple days if I’m not in town when you cancel.
If the coronavirus or some other disease numbers go crazy (crazy is relative to every person individually) but I am still legally allowed to hold these tournaments, then the tournaments will go on as planned and no refunds will be issued.

If Event is Cancelled/Snow Storm

If the entire event is cancelled for any reason then a full refund will be issued to everyone. I would base any weather related cancellation or delays on the weather in Green Bay, WI. If I delay the start of a day I may make up that time by limiting breaks, etc. Please save the email address [email protected] and [email protected] in your contacts folder so email updates don’t go to spam folder. District 82 is not responsible for any other costs you may have incurred like lodging, car rental, or airfare for this event.

Video Recording and Photography

By participating in this and any event at District 82 you agree to have yourself video recorded and also photographs to be taken. These will be used to record the event and for promotion of future events.

Private Parties at District 82 Pinball

Have District 82 Pinball host your Private Event, Team Building Event, or Birthday Party! We have 2 different options. You get the the whole place to yourselves not just a side room.

Click here for more details on private events

Organizer

Erik Thoren
Phone
(920) 621-9631
Email
ekthoren@yahoo.com

Venue

District 82 Pinball
800 Okeefe Rd
De Pere, WI 54115 United States
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Phone
(920) 621-9631
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