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      The third tournament of the surprising 2019 season has just finished. 54 gamers sticked and mashed with finesse as follows:



      Congratulations goes out to all competitors that gamed in the tournament, who battled on 9 different games in 59 days. This was one of the more varied lineups in recent MGLs.



      In this tournament, 10 different gamers had one of their games drawn from the nomination game pool. These were from {NW}Nike, Arcadinator, BandontheRun, Barra, creech, ivanstorm1973, Pessimeister, Ragequit, RichyS and syscrusher.



      {NW}Nike, Wan1993, Tracey, Arcaderules, JonTron, onlyinajeep, syscrusher, Iago and orse made their MGL debut. They were all very welcome to game and try the best they can.



      With 9 games contested there were 8 different game winners. Ivanstorm1973 (2), Arcadinator (1), CrazyKongFan (1), megaderek (1), JasonV91 (1), ILLSeaBass (1), SMK (1) and syscrusher (1).

      Congratulations to the game winners for hitting the high score on these games …











      I have updated the virtual trophies for the Top 3 … with the lady in Mario’s life, Pauline from Donkey Kong …

      Champion:
      Jason Vasiloff


      2nd:
      Matt Sales


      3rd:
      Daniel Larsen


      11 gamers finished within 1 point of each other and 6 gamers finished 2 points from each other. That’s almost one third of the field in extremely close competition. More than half of the gamers were within a single digit of each other.

      The very large numbers of PBs by gamers was excellent to see from all levels. Being a little pedantic and learning as much as you can, really can improve your skills, game play and scores.

      There were 3 tied scores on the scoreboard. Salim Farhat and Foot both scored a total of 730 points. However Salim Farhat took out 13th place winning the head to head count 6 to 3, and Foot took out 14th place. Derek and megaderek both finished with 718 points. Derek won the head to head count 5 to 4 to take out 16th place and megaderek took out 17th place. SMK and syscrusher both finished with a total score of 100 points. SMK won Tetris and syscrusher won Popeye. Under the tied head to head count rule at one win each, it went down to total game points. SMK took out 48th place with 509,326 points vs syscrusher on 281,660 points who took out 49th place.

      Derek Long achieved a new world record score of 1,541,160 points on Raiden in Game 7 of MGLXLI. This game was recently accepted at Twin Galaxies as the new official world record score. https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/211117

      At the completion of this tournament, kane became the first and only player in MGL history to play all of the games in 29 x MGL tournaments. The record spans from MGL9 to MGL41, however not consecutively. The longest streak in MGL history belongs to RMacauley, from MGL14 to MGL41, that’s 28 consecutive MGL tournaments played without missing a game (243 straight games played). John73 is 3rd in the all games played list, with 25 x MGL tournaments.

      Congratulations to Jason Vasiloff who won 1 game and scored in the 90s for all of the other games to win his 4th MGL title. He competed at a very high level of game play in all games to secure the win by just 9 points. And you guessed it, every point counts, no matter where you are on the scoreboard!

      MGLXLI now goes into the record books for prosperity and for the future and current gamer generations to review. Every gamer who played in this time, will be remembered forever, into the future of the digital world. The MGL is the only true open, and toughest, video gaming championship in the world. MGLXLII starts on 29-Nov-2019. Be part of history.

      I hope you all enjoyed MGLXLI. There is plenty more to come in season 2019. The Mystery Prize Draw will commence shortly.



      OOO
      Last edited by OOO; 11th November 2019, 09:39 AM.

      WHAT HAPPENED TO TAITO AUSTRALIA? WHERE ARE THEIR MACHINES? https://www.aussiearcade.com/forum/a...their-machines

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      • #48
        Originally posted by OOO View Post
        https://i.imgur.com/IPUSiEJ.png

        The third tournament of the surprising 2019 season has just finished. 54 gamers sticked and mashed with finesse as follows:

        https://i.imgur.com/gvldeMT.png

        Congratulations goes out to all competitors that gamed in the tournament, who battled on 9 different games in 59 days. This was one of the more varied lineups in recent MGLs.

        https://i.imgur.com/56IWR33.png

        In this tournament, 10 different gamers had one of their games drawn from the nomination game pool. These were from {NW}Nike, Arcadinator, BandontheRun, Barra, creech, ivanstorm1973, Pessimeister, Ragequit, RichyS and syscrusher.

        https://i.imgur.com/dwW3igp.png

        {NW}Nike, Wan1993, Tracey, Arcaderules, JonTron, onlyinajeep, syscrusher, Iago and orse made their MGL debut. They were all very welcome to game and try the best they can.

        https://i.imgur.com/WDBaSJl.png

        With 9 games contested there were 8 different game winners. Ivanstorm1973 (2), Arcadinator (1), CrazyKongFan (1), megaderek (1), JasonV91 (1), ILLSeaBass (1), SMK (1) and syscrusher (1).

        Congratulations to the game winners for hitting the high score on these games …

        https://i.imgur.com/sbrpWLb.png
        https://i.imgur.com/1tQjI7L.png
        https://i.imgur.com/Xj7Fcx2.png
        https://i.imgur.com/OQphGUA.png
        https://i.imgur.com/ciLMgWY.png
        https://i.imgur.com/osw86Wb.png
        https://i.imgur.com/n1q6rrQ.png
        https://i.imgur.com/U4dzvmm.png
        https://i.imgur.com/hVM42aK.png

        I have updated the virtual trophies for the Top 3 … with the lady in Mario’s life, Pauline from Donkey Kong …

        Champion:
        Jason Vasiloff
        https://i.imgur.com/6cPUfIg.png

        2nd:
        Matt Sales
        https://i.imgur.com/uUvPN9X.png

        3rd:
        Daniel Larsen
        https://i.imgur.com/YQg530x.png

        11 gamers finished within 1 point of each other and 6 gamers finished 2 points from each other. That’s almost one third of the field in extremely close competition. More than half of the gamers were within a single digit of each other.

        The very large numbers of PBs by gamers was excellent to see from all levels. Being a little pedantic and learning as much as you can, really can improve your skills, game play and scores.

        There were 3 tied scores on the scoreboard. Salim Farhat and Foot both scored a total of 730 points. However Salim Farhat took out 13th place winning the head to head count 6 to 3, and Foot took out 14th place. Derek and megaderek both finished with 718 points. Derek won the head to head count 5 to 4 to take out 16th place and megaderek took out 17th place. SMK and syscrusher both finished with a total score of 100 points. SMK won Tetris and syscrusher won Popeye. Under the tied head to head count rule at one win each, it went down to total game points. SMK took out 48th place with 509,326 points vs syscrusher on 281,660 points who took out 49th place.

        Derek Long achieved a new world record score of 1,541,160 points on Raiden in Game 7 of MGLXLI. This game was recently accepted at Twin Galaxies as the new official world record score. https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/211117

        At the completion of this tournament, kane became the first and only player in MGL history to play all of the games in 30 x MGL tournaments. The record spans from MGL9 to MGL41, however not consecutively. The longest streak in MGL history belongs to RMacauley, from MGL14 to MGL41, that’s 28 consecutive MGL tournaments played without missing a game (243 straight games played). John73 is 3rd in the all games played list, with 25 x MGL tournaments.

        Congratulations to Jason Vasiloff who won 1 game and scored in the 90s for all of the other games to win his 4th MGL title. He competed at a very high level of game play in all games to secure the win by just 9 points. And you guessed it, every point counts, no matter where you are on the scoreboard!

        MGLXLI now goes into the record books for prosperity and for the future and current gamer generations to review. Every gamer who played in this time, will be remembered forever, into the future of the digital world. The MGL is the only true open, and toughest, video gaming championship in the world. MGLXLII starts on 29-Nov-2019. Be part of history.

        I hope you all enjoyed MGLXLI. There is plenty more to come in season 2019. The Mystery Prize Draw will commence shortly.



        OOO
        I loved to participate and I want to participate in the next! Congratulations to all the competitors who have done their best over the weeks. The awards were very well selected and I'm sure the winner liked it. Congratulations on the organization of the scoreboards in each game and overall ranking. OOO you are grade 10!

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        • #49
          000, thank you for organizing and running the MGL. It was a lot of fun. A special shout out to creech, who gave me the details about playing in the MGL. creech: Thank you for all your help buddy, I really appreciate it! I was shooting for placing in the top half of the field, so to get a top 10 finish is quite a pleasant surprise. I just learned about CAG tournaments when I joined the DonkeyKongForum this year. This is now my second CAG event and I look forward to more in the future.

          Congratulations to all competitors, it was a blast!

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          • #50
            All the different gamers make this tournament very competitive and fun. Sharing tips, game play, wit and the battles on the scoreboard, make it even more entertaining. So more fun blasting will be happening soon.


            WHAT HAPPENED TO TAITO AUSTRALIA? WHERE ARE THEIR MACHINES? https://www.aussiearcade.com/forum/a...their-machines

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            • #51
              I just re-discovered a game that i will nominate for the next MGL. It is called The $&@.




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              • #52
                I would have loved to partake in this MGL, but unfortunately, my family and I are still grieving over the loss of my mother on Sept. 23rd. I may not have been able to complete all the games listed, but managed to squeeze in a decent score on Tetris.

                Things are slowly getting better with time, and I'm feeling pretty good about participating in the next upcoming MGL tournament. Ironically enough, I haven't been doing much video gaming, but have been trying to keep my "mind busy" and so I've been playing in several pinball leagues and tournaments around my area. The most recent one, was this past Saturday, here in Jupiter, Florida, where I managed to come in 3rd place out of 16 competitors. It was fun, and is an indicating factor that I'm slowly getting back into "the swing of things" so-to-speak.

                Congrats to Jason for another incredible win, and to all those who participated and gave it their all. Especially to all those new to the MGL. Welcome!

                Thanks Paul for your dedication, hard work and for sharing your passion for competitive video game playing with all of us.

                Looking forward to the next one!

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                • #53
                  MGLXLI - Scoreboard

                  Some pictures of rarer cabinets from my recent visit to Barcade Manhattan. Enjoy!

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by BandontheRun View Post
                    Some pictures of rarer cabinets from my recent visit to Barcade Manhattan. Enjoy!

                    Nice pics!

                    How do you rate the Barcade in Manhattan? I think there are about 3 x Barcade locations close by within the NY city area. What was your high score on Dragon's Lair?

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                    • #55
                      Barcade Manhattan is the best IMO based purely on game selection. St Marks and Jersey City are all within an hour travel of each other.
                      I didnít even get to the falling platform level but I used to be able to beat Dragons Lair on 1 guy.


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