Matt Wall presents a list of the reasons why we pinball competitors will miss going to Pinburgh this year. I trust I will see many of you next year when the pinball family reunion returns.
I enjoy playing Theatre of Magic, as long as I purposefully avoid exploiting the main flaw in the game’s rule set. What is the fatal flaw in the Theatre of Magic rule set that discourages the game’s use in tournaments?
Frederick Richardson completes his journey on the PAPA/Stern Pro Circuit of pinball tournaments. Fred travels to OBX Flippers and INDISC. Plus a review of what it takes to be a Pinball Circuit competitor and the valuable lessons he’s learned.
We continue with Atlanta Pinvasion, Pinburgh, Buffalo Pinball Open, Cleveland Pinball and Arcade Show and the Pittsburgh Pinball Open.
So, you wanna be a professional pinball player? Frederick Richardson details his journey on the PAPA/Stern Pro Circuit of pinball tournaments.
Is it “bad form” to note rule similarities between games?
Thanks to Fred Richardson for writing this detailed recap of what happened at the first IFPA Heads-Up Championship in Las Vegas.
Stay tuned for the quick debate on whether using action buttons is not pinball.
I start to ramble on this post. Also, I suggest that we eliminate purgatory altogether. I await your criticism.
… Then my mind folded in on itself, I got confused and my flipper activity devolved to random flailing.