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Thursday, March 22, 2012

March Madness - Warmaster style

This time of year everybody seems to have a tournament bracket for something. I was listening to the SiriusXM Pops channel and they announced an interesting programming scheme in honor of 'March Madness'. They have replaced the name of every team in the NCAA bracket with the name of a famous composer. When a composer "wins" a game they progress to the next round and the station plays a selection from that composer. Classical goodness!

For the fans who want to follow the "Suite Sixteen" (har, har!), the station has used a great online tool called http://www.challonge.com. It's a free website that let's you create a tournament bracket for your own personal use. So, I used it to create the round robin Warmaster Tournament to be held this weekend.







Each victory will get a player one point. Draws and losses count for zero points. If a player misses a game then the match counts as a draw. Since some of the players may not make it to the earlier rounds, that will allow us to continue the tournament.

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