Matthew Tassier

Matthew Tassier Congratulations on a quality max game and the first ever duckdown 200 in WL from this round's Strongest Link, Keith.

Matthew Tassier

Matthew Tassier Two time finalist Tom Cappleman is really unlucky to lose a 3-way tie on a tough tiebreaker, whilst Johnny and Jonny leave together for the second year in a row. Tom, Johnny and Jonny you are the Weakest Links. Goodbye!

Jonny D

Jonny D Cheers Matthew, I have enjoyed this tournament immensely. Good luck to all those still involved!

Tourney round: Weakest Link Numbers Tournament 2020: Round 19 - Duckdown

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Notes from the organizer: A bit of fun for the final fifteen as they face a Duckdown format game against Apterous Rex. In Duckdown possible targets are 101-1999 and you get 7 numbers to use rather than 6 but you must "duck" (not use) one of them. Rex will pick 4 large numbers, with the higher targets taking the traditional 4L challenge to a different level. He will, of course, max the game.

The THREE lowest scoring players in this round will leave the tournament. If there is a tie for lowest scores then margin of victory/defeat will be taken into account amongst tied players followed, if necessary, by total score in the tournament so far (see notes by matches).
Tournament progress can be followed here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b6O0dKg10_-RJ-HtN7HJq4XmMnOADW-Dnth8zOkclQo/edit?usp=sharing
Good duck!

Ran from: 16 – 29 November 2020. Format: Duckdown Numbers Attack. Matches: One-off. Approved.

Organizers: Matthew Tassier.

Fixtures: 15. Completed: 15.

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