Saturday, January 6, 2018

Wizard Cards Live Tournament


WIZARD CARDS LIVE

“Wizard Cards Live’ is an android app that enables online play of the popular “Wizard Card Game”.
Players can select to play versus A.I. or against other real players.

“Wizard Cards Live Tournament”
The 2018 Wizard Live Tournament will be held over a four-month period extending from April 1 through to July 31. Each month will be scored separately. The top 5 players based on points at the end of each month will receive “Tournament Credits” as follows: 10-8-6-4-2
At the end of July the player who has the most Tournament points is the winner.
PRIZE: The winner will be invited to attend the “WORLD WIZARD TOURNAMENT” in Europe at a location and date yet to be determined. The prize includes round-trip airfare to the tournament, transfers to and from the airport and two night’s accommodation. The Tournament host will provide additional complimentary goodies.
*The prize is not transferable and has no cash value. If the top player is unable to attend for any reason there is no recompense and the prize goes to the next player in line.

You could be the representative of the “Wizard Cards Live” app at the 2018 tournament. Start by downloading the “Wizard Cards Live” app ($2.99 U.S.) and start playing. You’ll be all set for the 3 month tournament that begins on April 1. Good luck!

Wizard Cards Live Tournament 2018
Rules
1. All participants must treat each other respectfully.
2. Players are honor bound not to cheat. Directors will investigate and cheaters will be disqualified from the event.
3. Purposefully attempting to score fewer points in order to benefit another person is subject to disqualification.
4. The top 5 winners of each month must provide the following details to the directors within 1 week of the win.
(a) email address
(b) Real name
(c) City or town of residence.:
*This information will not be shared with other parties.
5. If the eventual winner is unable to attend the event he/she must notify the director before the end of August.
6. Questions and/or problems, email: wizardjester@gmail.com

How do I earn points?
You can play as many games as you want. You gain (or lose) points based on your placement in games as outlined below.
The scoring system awards a player 1 point for every person below him and subtracts 1 point for every player above him.
The scoring system awards a player 1 point for every person below him and subtracts 1 point for every player above him.

SCORE....three....four....five....six

1st.........+2........+3.....+4.....+5

2nd........zero.....+1.....+2.....+3

3rd.........-2.........-1....zero....+1

4th.....................-3.....-2.......-1

5th.............................-4.......-3

6th.......................................-5


Monday, December 18, 2017


Sebastian, from Amigo, has added the countries of the wizard players who competed in Riga, Latvia.


We all had a wonderful time playing in Riga.  Thank you !

aniram

Keith (Mr. Wizard) remembers playing with Ignaz Punz BEFORE the Wizard Tournament in Athens, Greece, 2014.

Preview attachment Austrian Wizard Family.jpg
Austrian Wizard Family.jpg
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Saturday, December 2, 2017

Riga, Latvia: 2017: Tournament Results


RIGA, LATVIA 2017 Wizard Tournament Results
NOTE: players ranked 5-12 are tied with a total of 115 points:These include Marko and Jeff Burton. Brian Weippert missed that group with a score of 105. Martina 90, George Wellsbury 85 and Paula Palmer 70

1. Vasileos Papadakis............................150
2. Robert Simon....................................140
3. Ignaz Punz.........................................125
4. Symeon Panagiotogou......................120
5-12: Eight players tied with................115
     Marko Sapiano
     Jeff Burton
     Thomas Zeiger
     Robert Laschkolnig
     Tatjana Punz
     Spyros Keramas
     Ralf Forstner
     Alexander Ulbricht
13-15. Brian Weippert.................................105
           Danile Sigl........................................105
           Akos Lencses.....................................105
16-17 Manfrd Werlein.................................95
          Antal Polya........................................95
18. Marina Navarrete................................90
19-21 George Wellsbury..............................85
          Shawky Mossa...................................85
         Giacomo Chiari...................................85
22. David Baum..........................................80
23-24. Paula Palmer..................................70
           Alexander Niederle..........................70
25. Oliver Lehmann....................................55