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Subject: LisboaCon 2013 Tournament Report rss

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Rafael Duarte
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Last Saturday (9/3/2013) during LisboaCon we had the first public tournament of Netrunner in Portugal.
It had 8 players which was not great but still not bad. It ran over 3 Swiss rounds and Cyber Exodus was NOT allowed. I was the TO and Jorge was the Second TO (thanks Jorge).


For record here you have the Identities used.


And surprisingly (for me at least) corps won more than runners.



The scoresheet of the tournament



And scoresheet of each round


I've uploaded this scoresheets to bgg already, feel free to use it on your tournaments. Scoresheets



Congratulations to Jorge and Manuel for they're first and second place. (the cup was just for the photo =p )



Decks that won the tournament. (by Jorge)

Noise - http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/netrunner/android_netrun...

Making News - http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/netrunner/android_netrun...

Decks of second place (by Manuel)

Kate - http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/netrunner/android_netrun...

Personal Evolution - http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/netrunner/android_netrun...

More photos of this tournament





I want to thank all players who joined the tournament, LisboaCon for the support and to Kult Games shop for providing the prizes.


Suggestions for other tournament organizers:

We had 3 Swiss rounds which was great but with more players and more rounds I can see the tournament dragging on too much time. So if you have more than 8 players I think is better to do 3 Swiss rounds and proceed for single elimination with the top players. Cause players who already can't win the tournament for sure don't have much interest in playing more rounds.

In this tournament each round had 75 minutes to play and still we've extended time on 1 of the rounds by agreement with all players. I don't know how to solve this problem. But I think Tournament Organizers should NOT do 60 minutes rounds or you'll end with about half of the games not finishing.

Don't forget to print FAQ and this card by card unnoficial FAQ
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David Hammond
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Shaper and Jinteki was the most popular matchup, by those statistics.

Therefore, it's not surprising to me that Corps won more often. Jinteki is the paper to Shaper's rock.
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The Cyborganizer
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The winning decks are truly bizarre. A 52-card Anarch deck, running Gordian Blade, Yog.0, Femme Fatale, Ninja, Morningstar, Corroder, and 3x Crypsis, along with a whole bunch of viruses? It's certainly unpredictable, I'll give you that. I'd be very interested to hear about how games using this deck played out.
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Jorge Graca
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Indeed, I must agree the deck is bizarre. I placed it together as an experience against Jinteki to just keep drawing and losing cards without worries.
I used it much as a toolbox, I had 1 of each Ice I might want and 3 special orders, 2 wildsides, 2 dejavus. Then I either set-up(draw, money, virus utils) if I though there where no agendas in play or I used inside job to fetch and break what I wanted.
The 1st game wildside won the game against Jinteki, 2nd a 1st turn Imp+trash cleared corps hand and 2nd turn 3 point in top deck was just too much luck. The 3rd I lost having scored 2 points due to special order Yog.
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