Thomas Carey let's make round 26 just the toms yeah?
Matthew Tassier Loads of single-second solves from a pair of Tom's here, Cappleman and Strongest Link Carey.
Matthew Tassier Zarte and Marcus escape narrowly, with Marcus saving himself by spotting the last 6 conundrums in a row. So in fifth place, just missing out is our third Tom. Mr. Chafer-Cook you are the Weakest Link. Goodbye!
Notes from the organizer: Round 24 is going to be a speed test, as you are playing a Junior Conundrum Attack against Apterous Velvet. Velvet should spot most answers within a couple of seconds, so don't dawdle.
One lowest scoring Weakest Link will leave the tournament this round. If there is a tie for lowest score then total score in the tournament so far (notes by players' matches) will be the deciding factor. If this is tied too then there may be multiple Weakest Links.
Ran from: 2 – 8 December 2018. Format: Junior Conundrum Attack. Matches: One-off. Approved.
Fixtures: 5. Completed: 5.
|Notes||Player 1||Player 2||Status|
|1985||Apterous Velvet||Zarte Siempre||100 – 100|
|1850||Apterous Velvet||Marcus Hares||100 – 100|
|1805||Apterous Velvet||Thomas Carey||40 – 160|
|1807||Apterous Velvet||Tom Chafer-Cook||100 – 90|
|1718||Apterous Velvet||Thomas Cappleman||60 – 140|
Key. Green: winner. Red: loser. Grey: tie. Light green/red: provisional. White: unplayed.
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