It’s not uncommon for players to travel to different cities or states to compete in well run tournaments. The key here is well run tournaments. Unfortunately, there are some tournaments that aren’t well run. Today, about 8% of all the wallyball players in the world actually play in organized tournaments. This number was actually much higher a decade ago. The decline could mean that tournaments aren’t promoted properly or just aren’t well run.
A successful tournament will have a variety of individuals involved in setting up the tournament, and each person’s role and responsibilities must be well documented.
Most Round Robin schedules do not allow everyone to play the same amount of games. Here is a free excel program that Bill Reedy (Iowa) and Lori Ellsworth (MN) designed. You plug in the scores and it figures out the highest average score per game. Use it for up to 50 players!
The player with the highest average score wins!
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