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Suicide Tennis - Suggestions For 2010

natashha
12-18-2009, 11:21 AM
If there's something you'd like changed in the game,
this is the thread to post,
and now's the time because major changes aren't likely to happen mid-season.
Fellow Suicide Players,
feel free to leave your comments.

natashha
12-18-2009, 12:21 PM
Here's my opinion on the two most discussed rules:

deadline - should stay as it is, the start of the first match. It's simpler for the managers to know the late picks and it enables complete updates once the play starts, so stats could be calculated and so.

Sunday start - I don't have a strong opinion about this, it could be tricky if lot of players forgot to pick, I guess I'll vote to keep it always Monday start


Now, about the point distribution,
it used to be http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=7925660&postcount=3.

The first thing:
250 Category

Winning pick on Day 1: 5
Winning pick on Day 2: 20
Winning pick on Day 3: 33
Winning pick on Day 4: 45
Winning pick on Day 5: 90
Winning pick on Day 6: 150
Winning pick on Day 7: 250
500 Category

Winning pick on Day 1: 5
Winning pick on Day 2: 45
Winning pick on Day 3: 68
Winning pick on Day 4: 90
Winning pick on Day 5: 180
Winning pick on Day 6: 300
Winning pick on Day 7: 500
you get 1 point less for winning on Day 4 compared to Day 3, this has to be changed.

The second thing is about Grand Slams.
Wimbledon has its own distribution cause it's shorter due to Middle Sunday, only 10 days of play.
The rest of GS were 12 days events.
For AO and RG schedule of play that's natural, but USO has 13 days of play, so it needed to be reduced and that's why all QF were made one day to make it fit. I suggest USO 2010 be 13 day event and like Wimbledon has its own point distribution. (Otherwise it's just easier to win than RG and AO cause 4 QF = 1 Day does make difference.)

Thirdly, how about giving 1 point to the players out on Day 1?
It would be a way to break ties, it wouldn't affect the rankings more that that considering only limited number of tournaments count. And it would help me a lot calculating the rankings, it would make clear how many tournaments one has played.

I'll wait for the comments of fellow Suicide players, and only after redo the distributions. (They'll change certainly because of the issue number one.)

Ivanatis
12-18-2009, 05:29 PM
Thirdly, how about giving 1 point to the players out on Day 1?
It would be a way to break ties, it wouldn't affect the rankings more that that considering only limited number of tournaments count. And it would help me a lot calculating the rankings, it would make clear how many tournaments one has played.


that's the crucial point, so be it

1st match of the day should always be deadline and if there's Sunday matches, I wouldn't mind starting on Sunday, although I already know I'm gonna forget a lot of those :lol:, maybe the one who runs the event should be allowed to decide

Tulipe
12-18-2009, 06:32 PM
I'd leave the Monday start, because on Sunday, there are always just a few matches, plus it means you'd have to start the thread on Friday already, that could be a problem for some managers...

Puschkin
12-18-2009, 06:53 PM
Monday start is fine!
Deadline should stay as it is!
For the point distribution, I have no particular views.

Björki
12-18-2009, 07:22 PM
No Sunday starts
Deadline should stay

poiree
12-18-2009, 10:19 PM
I think the deadline should stay.
No Sunday starts.
I like the idea of giving 1 point to players out on day 1. Don't know about the other issues in point distribution

buddyholly
12-18-2009, 10:27 PM
Whatever the good people who run these things for us think best.
A comment on Sunday starts though, sometimes they are quallies and only two main draw matches - a kind of big hurdle for day 1. I would be happy with Monday. that way nobody will lose out by forgetting. And judging by how few people ever get to the final, it seems a difficult enough task just starting on Mondays.

jcreback
12-19-2009, 02:04 AM
I agree with 0 sunday starts and deadline time.

Points I do not mind either way.

bandtree
12-19-2009, 03:00 AM
I will agree with the apparent consensus on the first two points: Keep Monday start and current deadline. I like the 1-point for losing on day 1, but I would say that they only get that point if they make a pick. If they commit but don't make a pick, then no points.

I have no real opinions on points distribution either.

Ivanatis
12-19-2009, 01:26 PM
I will agree with the apparent consensus on the first two points: Keep Monday start and current deadline. I like the 1-point for losing on day 1, but I would say that they only get that point if they make a pick. If they commit but don't make a pick, then no points.

I have no real opinions on points distribution either.

sounds good. is there any sense behind commiting anyway? I mean this posting "in":confused:

Snowwy
12-19-2009, 01:30 PM
Should be a Monday start, look back at what use to happen with Sunday starts

rvugt
12-19-2009, 02:43 PM
Agreed on the deadline and the sunday start, and no problem for giving 1 point for R1 losers. Only stop committing before the tournament starts. Only double work, no use for managers!

Edit: And how about the first tournaments. Which tournaments will be played, maybe an early poll should be opened already so that we have a clear view. Some people want to play other games in the same tournament with early commitments, like TT. In this case it is nice to know on beforehand which tournament will be played!

natashha
12-19-2009, 07:01 PM
I will agree with the apparent consensus on the first two points: Keep Monday start and current deadline. I like the 1-point for losing on day 1, but I would say that they only get that point if they make a pick. If they commit but don't make a pick, then no points.
Okay, picking for day 1 would be commitment, we'll delete that IN rule from the first post of the threads.
Edit: And how about the first tournaments. Which tournaments will be played, maybe an early poll should be opened already so that we have a clear view. Some people want to play other games in the same tournament with early commitments, like TT. In this case it is nice to know on beforehand which tournament will be played!
We can open them right away for the weeks before AO. But they usually stay open until Friday before the tournament start or so. I don't play TT, how much earlier do you need them to close? That's no problem at all.

rvugt
12-20-2009, 12:07 AM
Well, TT first deadline is the second sunday before the tournament. So not the day before, but the week before that. So if you could move it 1 week back to the Saturday before, that would be nice!

Labamba
12-20-2009, 10:50 AM
No Sunday starts
Deadline should stay

anutam
12-20-2009, 02:16 PM
No Sunday start
Deadline should stay
Like idea about 1 point - as bonus for participation :)

156mphserve
12-20-2009, 11:54 PM
anagin, no sunday start, and deadline is fine. Points I don't really care about, as long as i get some:D

Taz Warrior
12-23-2009, 07:28 PM
I agree with most people:

No Sunday starts
Deadline should stay as it is

Bashak
12-23-2009, 09:17 PM
no sunday starts and deadline should stay start of play.
1 consolation point for day 1 kill is also fine by me.

Angle Queen
12-24-2009, 01:59 AM
No real opinions here, one way or the other. I just don't play enough to know the nuances.

All I know is that the managers do one heck of a job! :hug:s

hallso
12-28-2009, 08:03 PM
no sunday start, but I would put sunday matches as day1 together with monday
if somebody wants to choose sunday match, why not?

Björki
12-28-2009, 10:17 PM
no sunday start, but I would put sunday matches as day1 together with monday
if somebody wants to choose sunday match, why not?

I dont think that's a good idea.

rvugt
12-29-2009, 07:31 PM
Indeed, why would we do that? I would say there is no reason, people have choice for the matches of the day! In this case you will only have 1 deadline and not 2.

Ivanatis
12-30-2009, 02:48 AM
this would get a bit chaotic I'm afraid, as some people who picked Sunday will forget they did and pick Monday again and then they pick so. wrong, but are still allowed to pick Tuesday and so on

can't help it, but I still like the idea of picking Sunday matches just as every other day though; I know lots of people will forget in tournaments which start on a Sunday and writing it in capital letters in the thread title won't change that I assume, but for me this game, in its current form, is all about picking one winner every day on which matches are held and if this is the case for Sunday, so be it :shrug:

won't keep me from playing though as the majority seems to have a different opinion here

Boarder35m
12-30-2009, 11:46 AM
I would keep with the current rules, but I have 1 suggestion.

In weeks when there is one tournament with a 28 player field and one with a 32 player field, please take the bigger field automatically.
The game really doen´t make much sense if there are only 3 matches on a monday :p

Peta Pan
01-01-2010, 05:37 AM
Only say I really wanted is what's already been suggested.. knowing which tournament is going to be held in advance to help know which tournament to play in TT (I often like to play opposite to what I play in TT so I have an extra interest in both events)

balloon
01-01-2010, 05:24 PM
I feel that there's no need to commit into the tournament if the thread is up 1 week early. It will just flood the thread.

You can just post your pick before e start of the match and u will be in.

:wavey:

Björki
01-01-2010, 08:03 PM
I would keep with the current rules, but I have 1 suggestion.

In weeks when there is one tournament with a 28 player field and one with a 32 player field, please take the bigger field automatically.
The game really doen´t make much sense if there are only 3 matches on a monday :p

second this :wavey:

natashha
01-02-2010, 01:14 PM
That IN rule is changed (I guess it takes time for players to get used to it), posting Day 1 pick would be considered commitment, and losing right away be awarded 1 point.


These are the distribution. If someone has an idea to improve them, just post.
(I tried to award SF/F picks more, considering how hard and rare it is to win a title.)

WIMBLEDON
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 20 (+19 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 50 (+30 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 110 (+60 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 180 (+70 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 300 (+120 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 430 (+130 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 8: 750 (+320 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 9: 1100 (+350 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 10: 1500 (+400 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 2000 (+500 for F correct pick)

AO & RG
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 15 (+14 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 35 (+20 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 85 (+50 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 140 (+55 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 240 (+100 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 350 (+110 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 8: 520 (+170 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 9: 710 (+190 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 10: 960 (+250 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 11: 1250 (+290 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 12: 1600 (+350 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 2000 (+400 for F correct pick)

USO
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 10 (+9 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 25 (+15 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 45 (+20 for R128 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 90 (+45 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 145 (+55 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 240 (+95 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 8: 350 (+110 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 9: 520 (+170 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 10: 710 (+190 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 11: 960 (+250 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 12: 1250 (+290 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 13: 1600 (+350 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 2000 (+400 for F correct pick)


ATP1000
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 15 (+14 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 40 (+25 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 90 (+50 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 180 (+90 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 340 (+160 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 600 (+260 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 1000 (+400 for F correct pick)

Indian Wells & Miami
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 10 (+9 for R96 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 25 (+15 for R96 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 60 (+35 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 100 (+40 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 170 (+70 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 250 (+80 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 8: 350 (+100 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 9: 500 (+150 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 10: 700 (+200 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 1000 (+300 for F correct pick)


ATP500
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 10 (+9 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 25 (+15 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 50 (+25 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 100 (+50 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 180 (+80 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 300 (+120 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 500 (+200 for F correct pick)

ATP500 (Saturday final)
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 15 (+14 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 45 (+30 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 100 (+55 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 180 (+80 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 300 (+120 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 500 (+200 for F correct pick)


ATP250
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 5 (+4 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 15 (+10 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 35 (+20 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 60 (+25 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 95 (+35 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 7: 150 (+55 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 250 (+100 for F correct pick)

ATP250 (Saturday final)
Losing on Day 1: 1
Losing on Day 2: 5 (+4 for R64 correct pick)
Losing on Day 3: 20 (+15 for R32 correct pick)
Losing on Day 4: 45 (+25 for R16 correct pick)
Losing on Day 5: 90 (+45 for QF correct pick)
Losing on Day 6: 150 (+60 for SF correct pick)
Winning the title: 250 (+100 for F correct pick)


London WTF
Winning pick on Day 1: 100 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 2: 200 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 3: 300 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 4: 400 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 5: 500 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 6: 600 (+100 for RR correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 7: 1000 (+400 for SF correct pick)
Winning pick on Day 8: 1500 (+500 for F correct pick)

Bashak
01-02-2010, 01:49 PM
are we not going to "in" any more? some managers send out pms to remind the committed players to post picks so that we don't forget to play. I thought that's why we "in"ed.

natashha
01-02-2010, 02:19 PM
We're not going to "in" any more. The manager probably did it to make sure "committed" players do commit, because IN posts aren't of any significance.

Bashak
01-02-2010, 03:23 PM
We're not going to "in" any more. The manager probably did it to make sure "committed" players do commit, because IN posts aren't of any significance.
thanks :yeah:

kengyin
01-03-2010, 12:44 AM
i thought RG was the one with one extra day (as opposed to USO)? or am i wrong? all i know is that RG starts on sunday and USO starts on monday

natashha
01-03-2010, 12:30 PM
i thought RG was the one with one extra day (as opposed to USO)? or am i wrong? all i know is that RG starts on sunday and USO starts on monday

Yes, but Suicide doesn't, it's always Monday. ;)
The extra USO day is because Round 128 is for 3 days, and AO and RG have it in 2 days.

kengyin
01-03-2010, 10:25 PM
oh, ok. thanks:yeah:

buddyholly
01-09-2010, 09:02 PM
Do away with the back-ups. It does not happen on the court. Anyone who thinks back-ups are a good idea should then favour back-up back-ups, no?

natashha
01-10-2010, 04:35 PM
It is true that back-ups are rarely used, but I look at it this way,
if a ATP player retired before the deadline, players who picked from that match would be allowed to pick somebody else, right? You can change your pick before the deadline for whatever reason. So having BU just allows the replacement if a player retires after the suicide deadline, if lets say his match is in the evening session, or even if he retires before the deadline, players don't have to post again, and maybe some wouldn't know in time anyway.
But lets wait for other opinions. :shrug:

I would keep with the current rules, but I have 1 suggestion.

In weeks when there is one tournament with a 28 player field and one with a 32 player field, please take the bigger field automatically.
The game really doen´t make much sense if there are only 3 matches on a monday :p

I just checked the calender, first week like this is Buenos Aires(32) / Marseille(28) / Memphis(32). (Would still need the poll for the two 32)
But only Memphis is ATP 500, do you suggest that we take ATP500 over 250 automatically as well?
I remember last season, an ATP250 won the poll against ATP500 (could have been at the very mentioned week), so Filipo made it the voted tournament but ATP500 point distribution.

These rules could be applied to 5, up to 10 weeks at best.
My opinion is, I'd sill go with poll always.

Again, we need more opinions.

Bashak
01-10-2010, 05:16 PM
BU picks should stay, in a tounament I managed more than a few had to rely on their bu pick. in case of retirements we can't all come and change our picks in time b/c of time differences etc.

rvugt
01-10-2010, 05:38 PM
Agree with Bashak and natashha, of course BU picks should stay. Not nice to go out because of retirement!

bandtree
01-10-2010, 05:55 PM
Just so I'm clear, BU's are only used if no point has been played (ie a w/o). If there is a retirement after at least one point is played, BU is not used.

rvugt
01-10-2010, 06:20 PM
Yeah, sorry! I mean a last minute withdrawal of course! You're right, retirements can still make you lose!

Ivanatis
01-10-2010, 06:32 PM
Backups should stay. Nobody has to use them. Getting rid of them would only make sense if a win due to withdrawal would count just like a usual win. But I don't like that idea either.

Referring to polls, I think all tournaments of a week should be included. Category or quantity of players can be included in the opening post to make the decision easier.

Bashak
01-10-2010, 06:56 PM
yes sorry, you're right. back-ups are not for retirements; withdrawals only. but still sometimes they withdraw one hour before their match so we can't keep up w/ posting new picks.

also, as far as i know it's not mandatory. so if a player doesn't want to pick a bu, that's ok.

Just so I'm clear, BU's are only used if no point has been played (ie a w/o). If there is a retirement after at least one point is played, BU is not used.

natashha
01-17-2010, 12:37 PM
Something About The Race To Decide

I was checking out my FITD standings and I came across that game's rule for calculating race points, so I though maybe we could have similar for suicide. Here's the thing.

Option 1.
Last season, Race was calculated the same way as Rankings - you get to count only 18 tournaments, even if you play more. So in the end of the season, it's Race = Rankings. This is how it's done for the "real" ATP Race.

Option 2.
The other way is to count ALL the tournaments you play in the season. (I'm suggesting this only for the race, the rankings are better as they are.) Race is used only to determine the participants of WTF. So this way players who play Suicide every week would have slightly better chance to qualify. That's seems fair in my opinion. It's nothing drastic, if you're at 50th place the first way, you won't qualify this way either, and if you're top 10, you're qualified both ways. It can make difference only if you're about 20, played a lot tournaments, so you could overtake someone who had a couple good results, but played only several tournaments. So this way consistency matters.


Options are identical until 7 non-mandatory tournaments are played, so we have plenty of time to decide.

Tulipe
01-17-2010, 12:44 PM
Option 2 for race seems fair to me.

Taz Warrior
01-17-2010, 12:44 PM
Even though I'm someone who plays most weeks and would be better off under option 2 I think we should stick with option 1 as that seems fairer to me

Björki
01-17-2010, 12:56 PM
Option 1 :wavey:

hallso
01-17-2010, 01:29 PM
my vote goes to option 1

greatkingrat
01-17-2010, 02:57 PM
I agree option 1 is better

156mphserve
01-17-2010, 07:16 PM
option 2

Ivanatis
01-17-2010, 07:49 PM
option 1 as it raises the importance of the big events

ronim1
01-18-2010, 05:00 PM
Option 2, cause I'm an embarrassment in big events

Frank Winkler
01-23-2010, 10:32 PM
yes stick with sunday starts
often the sunday is just a mickey mouse two or three or four matches.
its rather limiting to start of that tough on the first day.
please also make it clear how one has to pick in the final rounds of the grand slam tournaments.
the tournaments are fiddling with the shedule which makes it impossible almost to pick every day at the end of the tournement.
eg. there should always only be one pick required for alll semi- finals even though they are on separate days.
how does it work with the quarters? they are splitting those up on some tournaments as well gets bit tough. it becomes more luck than anything

Frank Winkler
01-23-2010, 10:37 PM
I prefer option one.
It rewards quality a little over quantity.
also it allows players that are not total geeks playing every week to be in the mix.
its natural to miss a few one should not be penalized for that.

natashha
01-24-2010, 07:53 PM
So far 6-4, so the race most likely to stay rankings-like.


eg. there should always only be one pick required for alll semi- finals even though they are on separate days.
how does it work with the quarters? they are splitting those up on some tournaments as well gets bit tough. it becomes more luck than anything

Semifinals are always one day, that's the only way possible.
Quarters are the way they are in real tournaments, so one day in all but in 3 Slams - AO, RG & USO. It is a lot harder to survive there, but it's a slam after all, and a lot of points to gain. We could make it one day, but if it's only in order to make it less tough, I don't think that's good enough reason?

TBellucci
05-06-2010, 06:48 PM
what about more tourneys per week?

natashha
05-08-2010, 12:29 AM
^ Not enough managers. :shrug:

TBellucci
05-08-2010, 03:17 AM
^ Not enough managers. :shrug:

but when there are managers available, then don't you think there should be more tourneys per week?

natashha
05-08-2010, 02:07 PM
In an ideal world, I imagine Suicide game format PAW alike - all the ATP tournaments are held, but a player chooses only one per week where he participates, rather than FITD alike, where you can play them all but only the best result counts.

Now back to reality, suicide tournament gets the manager 48 hours before the very start, that's like the average time. It's usually someone stepping up in the last minute in order to save the game. Maybe there are one or two weeks in a season where there's more volunteers, but in my opinion, it should be either every single tournament in the calendar or exactly one every week, and not to let it depend on the week.

I hope the players would leave their thoughts on the subject. If we had multiple tournaments in a week, and a rule that you can play only one of them, it would reduce the number of players in a tournament (that is the work for the person who runs it) and maybe more players would sign up to manage.


edit: I put in bold the answer to your question, TBellucci.

TBellucci
05-08-2010, 03:21 PM
In an ideal world, I imagine Suicide game format PAW alike - all the ATP tournaments are held, but a player chooses only one per week where he participates, rather than FITD alike, where you can play them all but only the best result counts.

Now back to reality, suicide tournament gets the manager 48 hours before the very start, that's like the average time. It's usually someone stepping up in the last minute in order to save the game. Maybe there are one or two weeks in a season where there's more volunteers, but in my opinion, it should be either every single tournament in the calendar or exactly one every week, and not to let it depend on the week.

I hope the players would leave their thoughts on the subject. If we had multiple tournaments in a week, and a rule that you can play only one of them, it would reduce the number of players in a tournament (that is the work for the person who runs it) and maybe more players would sign up to manage.


edit: I put in bold the answer to your question, TBellucci.

I think exactly like you. Either we play all tournaments every week or just one every week. And management in Suicide is not anything as hard as PAW or TT..

Edy.
05-22-2010, 03:00 PM
@natashha for Nice it says Losing pick on Day 6 - 150 points. Do players who don't have a pick for Day 6 also get 150 points?

natashha
05-22-2010, 04:36 PM
^ No pick is treated the same way as losing pick, so the answer is yes.

Edy.
05-22-2010, 09:40 PM
^Ok, thanks :)

natashha
06-06-2010, 09:18 PM
I'm quoting this from the managers thread, so maybe we could have more opinions on the subject.
Anyway I think it unlikely to change midseason, but we should definitely discuss it for 2011, so let it be in this thread as a reminder. :)
The reason behind starting on mondays, is that on regular tourneys, if the start is sunday, there are only 2-4 matches.
On GS, sunday start has at least 1/4 of matches, which is a lot.
I don't see any reason why the games hasn't started today.
I suggest for future GS not to skip that day.

My opinion - the other reason we start on Mondays is, beside the fact that there are usually only a couple of matches scheduled for Sunday, players tend to forget to post picks during weekend. :shrug: To me it has happened a bunch of times that I'm late for Sunday start tournaments for other games, so that's why I'd vote yes to always Monday start.

dinkulpus
06-12-2010, 11:12 AM
Eastborne have Saturday final :rolleyes:

natashha
06-12-2010, 12:25 PM
^ There's no problem with that. :)
Btw, this should be in managers thread...

ATP250 (Saturday final)
Losing Pick on Day 1: 1
Losing Pick on Day 2: 5
Losing Pick on Day 3: 20
Losing Pick on Day 4: 45
Losing Pick on Day 5: 90
Losing Pick on Day 6: 150
Winning the title: 250

Tonkie13
06-20-2010, 11:56 AM
when will wimbledon be made?

Tonkie13
06-20-2010, 12:50 PM
when will wimbledon be made?

edit!

RafaFan95
05-02-2011, 10:53 PM
Hey!
I just found the Suicide Game today and I wanted to ask if it`s okay when i start in Rome? It`s an interesting Game and it would be nice to be a part of it.

nole_no1
05-02-2011, 10:55 PM
Hey!
I just found the Suicide Game today and I wanted to ask if it`s okay when i start in Rome? It`s an interesting Game and it would be nice to be a part of it.

Yes of course it's ok :yeah:

dinkulpus
05-02-2011, 11:09 PM
Hey!
I just found the Suicide Game today and I wanted to ask if it`s okay when i start in Rome? It`s an interesting Game and it would be nice to be a part of it.

Of course you can play, no need to commit or something else, just post your pick for day 1, the tournaments always starts on Monday :wavey: