Monthly Archives: September 2015

2015 WTC feedback survey sent to Captains.

An email was sent this morning to all the WTC Captains asking for some feedback from the 2015 players.  Please check in with your Captain to ensure he has the form and start to formulate your responses.  The survey will … Continue reading

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WTC Committee elections called for 3 slots.

According to the WTC Charter, Committee members must step down after serving for 2 years, but can be re-elected.  At this time, Michael Winters, Ciaran Bolger, and Michal Konieczny’s terms have expired. Therefore 3 spots are open for election to … Continue reading

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WTC 2016 will be held in the Netherlands

As announced in the closing ceremony this year, the 2016 WTC will be held in the Netherlands on September 24-25, 2016.  Here is some preliminary information about the venue: Center Parcs De Eemhof Center Parcs De Eemhof is a Mediterranean … Continue reading

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A further look at the results of the 2015 WTC.

As you have come to expect from a gig run by the players for the players, we want to make the data from the event as accessible as possible. With 750 games played in the team tournament alone, below are some of … Continue reading

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Bernhard Bornatowicz wins the 2015 Solo Masters.

Congratulations to Bernhard from Austria for winning one of the toughest Masters tournaments on the planet.  His win also secures him a spot in the European Invitational, which will be held on December 11-13 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands at ClogCon. … Continue reading

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Team Finland Blue are the 2015 World Champions!

A hearty congratulations goes out to them in their phenomenal and Dark Horse win! For the full leaderboard visit our database.  (Note that teams that were listed as ties before are now shown in their proper order with the final … Continue reading

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Who will win the WTC2015? Ask Science!

While the first couple of grudges are being settled at the WTC, Chris Campbell has used the data gathered at previous WTC events to make a statistical analysis of which teams could be likely to win. Have a look here:

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