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Hey everyone!

I've searched the forum for this topic, but couldn't find anything. I know it's pretty late in the SOS season, but we always used to have a topic like that, with discussion, links to streams, results.
I always loved pouring through the data from various top lists, discussing results, wacky lists that made it to the top, etc.

Disclaimer: If my searching is bad, and a topic like that already exists, please point me to it and somoene please delete this one.

So, chronologically:

1. Gdańsk, Nov 24-25 2018, Poland

168 players;

Winner: Mariusz Krakowczyk (Lando, Boba, Palob) Scum

Runner-up: Łukasz Łuczynski (Boba Guri) Scum

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/184

 

2. Philadelphia, Nov 31-Dec 1, USA

165 players

Winner: Stephen Michael (2x Tie Bomber with Barrage, Vermeil, Whisper) IMP

Runner-up: Kent Whitney (Redline, Jonus, Rhymer, Deathrain) IMP
 

(https://listfortress.com/tournaments/172
Thanks to So Crates for pointing this out)
 

3. Phoenix, Jan 26-27 2019, USA

216 players

Winner: Philip Booth (Soontir, Whisper, Redline) IMP

Runner-up: Ryan Farmer (4x Sigma Phantoms, all Juke)

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/268

 

- The points change happened here. -

 

4. Toronto. Feb 23-24, Canada

132 players

Winner: Calen Wong (3x Bandit Z-95, B-Wing, X-Wing, U-wing)
Runner-up: Peter Rose (Zeb, 2x X-Wing, 2x B-Wing)

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/371

 

5. Eindhoven, 16-17 Mar, Netherlands

Can't find a listfortress entry for that. Any info?

Found this: https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/03/star-wars-x-wing-battle-of-eindhoven-system-open-top-4-lists.html

Winner: Benedikt Link (4x Sigma Phantom) IMP
Runner-up: Łukasz Golonka (Kylo, Blackout, Midnight) FO

 

 

6. Adepticon, 27-31 Mar, USA

 

251 players

Winner: Tyler Tippett (4x Sigma Phantom) IMP
Runner-up: Nathan Eide (Han, Norra Arc, Jake Farrell) REB

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/495

 

7. Milton Keynes, 13-14 April, UK

 

600-ish players

Winner: Jack Mooney (Han + Jake Farrell) REB
Runner-up: Luke Townsend (?) (Wedge, Braylen, Ten, Cassian) REB

 

Shoutout to Alex Watkins who put the top cut lists online:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vzkz6ey8WP1EbKzju-LVG9c2P6XJ1inO/view?fbclid=IwAR3qMjprumkBA6lINWemYb6czfPqEE2O1KxW7rw_Jw5dRCKlMz_a-gv8trI

Listfortress is here: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/557

 

 

8. Denver, USA, 27-28 April

Winner: Andrew Nuckols (Jendon + Palp; Vader, Vynder with tons of Torps)

Runner-up: Mitchel Hurst (Quickdraw + 2x First Order Test Pilot Silencers)

 

Listfortress: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/583

 

9. Hannover, Germany, 27-28 April

 

Winner: Jere Koskela (Vader + Soontir + Whisper)

Runner-up: Rick Van Nes (4x K-Wing)

 

Top 16: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZsN08Y-pZKEax6sPWAVw7Dpr27UewVkbXHXRT04eWuA/edit?fbclid=IwAR0VIZlmZh10OyO3mFrUlZzxHucBPekTsLRmrIJyE_vQCihzH2COs70UsVU#gid=0

 

10. Malmö, Sweden , 18-19 May

91 players

Winner: Niklas God Nielsson (3 x Lok Revenant + Drea)

Runner-up: Gisli Baldur Bragason (Quad Phantoms)

 

11. Atlanta, USA, 25-26 May

ListFortress link: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/690

173 players

Winner: Joel Killingsworth (Quad Phantoms)

Runner-UP: Daniel Taylor (Rebel Beef, Cassian, Wedge, Ten, Braylen)

 

 

12. Seattle, USA, 31 May - 1 Jun

136 players

Winner: Daniel Taylor (Rebel Beef, Wedge, Ten, Braylen, Cassian_

Runner-Up: Andrew Bunn (Soontir, Colonel Jendon, Major Vynder)

 

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/717

 

13. Bologna, Italy, 8-9 Jun

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/737

154 (?) players

Winner: Alessandro Marmorini (Blue B, Blue B, Wedge, Blue U)

Runner-up: Alessio Scarfone (Blue B, Braylen, Wedge, Cassian)

 

 

14. Madrid, Spain, 29-30 Jun

 

270 players? (the listfortress entry has top 31, but 270 slots, don't know if that's true).

 

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/827

 

Winner: Faan Langelaan (4x Warden K-wings)

Runner-up: Benois Picouleau - Rebel Beef (Wedge, Braylen, Ten, Cassian)

 

- Second points change happens here (from what I undestand). -

 

15. Paris, France 27-28 Jul  (This is a weird one - from what I understand Wave IV is not available in France and so it was not used in the tournament).

 

182 players, listfortress: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/916

Winner: Francois Couret (Vader, Jendon, Vynder)

Runner-up: Lukasz Bollack (4x U-Wings)

 

16. Gen-Con Indianapolis, USA 1-4 Aug

Day 2 lists: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/928

Winner: Carson Wray (Anakin Delta, CLT Obi-Wan, Ric Olié

Runner up: Matthew Cary (Grand Inquisitor, Inquisitor, Inquisitor, Jendon)

 

17. Bankstown, Australia, 31 Aug-1 Sep

 

Winner: Xian Yong Lim( Dooku, 6 vultures )

Runner-Up: Akhter Khan:  (Luke, Wedge, Jake)

 

 

I will try to fill out the other SOS's as they come.

 

If you guys have any info on the results of the tournaments not on Listfortress or any streams / YouTube links to matches,  please share.

Also, a big shoutout for all the people handling the streaming for these and other tourneys. Nothing beats watching them live :)

 

There you go, discuss :)  For starters - Jake and the FatHan? What is this, 2016 again? ;)

 

Edited by Rojek

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Posted (edited)
28 minutes ago, Oldpara said:

Eindhoven SOS results are lost in FFG Europe OP computers. I doubt they'll be published. It's a shame. 

I managed to find a Top 4, but it's sad if they lost the whole thing 😕

3 minutes ago, Elkerlyc said:

A 'line' of sorts before and after points adjustments would be very useful IMO.


I did write about the points change, between 3rd and 4th SOS. Should I make it more visible?

Edit: Made it red and bold now :)

 

Edited by Rojek

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15 minutes ago, Rojek said:

I managed to find a Top 4, but it's sad if they lost the whole thing 😕


I did write about the points change, between 3rd and 4th SOS. Should I make it more visible?

Edit: Made it red and bold now :)

 

re; Losing results SO Eindhoven. 😒

re; red and bold. 👍

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Posted (edited)

For Philly PAX, you're looking for https://listfortress.com/tournaments/172

Won by Stephen Michel flying:

Scimitar Squadron Pilot + Barrage Rockets 
Scimitar Squadron Pilot + Barrage Rockets 
Major Vermeil + Admiral Sloane + 0-0-0 
"Whisper" + Juke + Darth Vader 

The other tournament you have linked is the next day qualifier tournament.

Edited by So Crates

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Posted (edited)

First Earth on Twitch streamed Milton Keynes. It seems that his videos have moved to subscribers only since yesterday.  If you have Amazon Prime, you get one free Twitch subscription per month and you help him bring more content to the community.

Edited by shadowswalker

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5 hours ago, Rojek said:

Hey everyone!

I've searched the forum for this topic, but couldn't find anything. I know it's pretty late in the SOS season, but we always used to have a topic like that, with discussion, links to streams, results.
I always loved pouring through the data from various top lists, discussing results, wacky lists that made it to the top, etc.

Disclaimer: If my searching is bad, and a topic like that already exists, please point me to it and somoene please delete this one.

So, chronologically:

1. Gdańsk, Nov 24-25 2018, Poland

168 players;

Winner: Mariusz Krakowczyk (Lando, Boba, Palob) Scum

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/184

 

2. Philadelphia, Nov 31-Dec 1, USA

165 players

Winner: Stephen Michael (2x Tie Bomber with Barrage, Vermeil, Whisper)

(https://listfortress.com/tournaments/172
Thanks to So Crates for pointing this out)
 

3. Phoenix, Jan 26-27 2019, USA

216 players

Winner: Philip Booth (Soontir, Whisper, Redline) IMP

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/268

 

- The points change happened here. -

 

4. Toronto. Feb 23-24, Canada

132 players

Winner: Calen Wong (3x Bandit Z-95, B-Wing, X-Wing, U-wing)

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/371

 

5. Eindhoven, 16-17 Mar, Netherlands

Can't find a listfortress entry for that. Any info?

Found this: https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/03/star-wars-x-wing-battle-of-eindhoven-system-open-top-4-lists.html

Winner: Benedikt Link (4x Sigma Phantom)

 

 

6. Adepticon, 27-31 Mar, USA

 

251 players

Winner: Tyler Tippett (4x Sigma Phantom)

https://listfortress.com/tournaments/495

 

7. Milton Keynes, 13-14 April, UK

 

600-ish players

Winner: Jack Mooney (Han + Jake Farrell)

No Listfortress entry as of yet, I'm sure there will be one eventually though.

 

8. Hannover, Germany, 27-28 April

9. Malmö, Sweden , 18-19 May

10. Atlanta, USA, 25-26 May

11. Seattle, USA, 31 May - 1 Jun

12. Bologna, Italy, 8-9 Jun

13. Madrid, Spain, 29-30 Jun

14. Paris, France 27-28 Jul

15. Gen-Con Indianapolis, USA 1-4 Aug

16. Bankstown, Australia, 31 Aug-1 Sep

 

 

I will try to fill out the other SOS's as they come.

 

If you guys have any info on the results of the tournaments not on Listfortress or any streams / YouTube links to matches,  please share.

Also, a big shoutout for all the people handling the streaming for these and other tourneys. Nothing beats watching them live :)

 

There you go, discuss :)  For starters - Jake and the FatHan? What is this, 2016 again? ;)

 

Isn't there a Denver System Open? I say this because my wife vetoed me going there without her, but she was totally fine with me going to Atlanta. :)

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12 minutes ago, Cloaker said:

Isn't there a Denver System Open? I say this because my wife vetoed me going there without her, but she was totally fine with me going to Atlanta. :)

Gah, missed it! It's the same time as Hannover, added it!

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5 hours ago, shadowswalker said:

First Earth on Twitch streamed Milton Keynes. It seems that his videos have moved to subscribers only since yesterday.  If you have Amazon Prime, you get one free Twitch subscription per month and you help him bring more content to the community.

I didn't even know about this.  I just subscribed to FirstEarth with my Amazon Prime account.  Thanks for the heads up.

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On ‎4‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 4:55 AM, Rojek said:

7. Milton Keynes, 13-14 April, UK

 

600-ish players

Winner: Jack Mooney (Han + Jake Farrell) REB
Runner-up: Luke Townsend (?) (Wedge, Braylen, Ten, Cassian) REB

He was using Luke Gunner??!!

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Posted (edited)

Two more System Open's going on this weekend, Hannover and Denver.

Will Inert Han reign supreme? Will we have another Phantoms win? Or something entirely different?

 

Here's a stream for Hannover (Jake and the FatHan playing right now vs Whisper,Duchess, Gr. Inq)

https://www.twitch.tv/loken5888?fbclid=IwAR1un-MNiQL3txACauVtTDeP2gja9glpysRuAsfoHVPwN_yV-nQ8c-0Wio0

 

Edit: Does the link work? Seems to work for me but doesn't work if I embed it here.

Edited by Rojek

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5 hours ago, underling said:

Worked for me, also.

And thanks.

I believe Gold Squadron will be streaming from Denver.

 

Yep, stream on their YT :

 

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1 hour ago, GreenDragoon said:

By the way, Hannover was at 246 participants total in the swiss. Cut to top29.

For comparison, last year had 379 (and then 331 on day 2)

Capacity smaller this year or just not as much interest?

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4 hours ago, AlexW said:

Capacity smaller this year or just not as much interest?

Last year there where as far as I remember 4 SOS for whole Europe, and this year we got SOS every 2 weeks in peak season (literally - SOS UK was 2 weeks ago, now Germany and next is SOS Nordics within 2 weeks, next Italy 3 weeks after). This affects numbers greatly. 

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Denver, Swiss standings are on Best Coast Pairings.

I don't know what the top cut is, but the top 32 comprises (with their highest placing list in brackets):

Zero Resistance;

1 Separatists (5th, plus another in 33rd place);

2 Republic (22nd);

3 First Order (13th);

4 Scum (1st);

9 Rebel (8th); and

13 Imperial (2nd).

 

Edited by Gilarius

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