Presented by Kevin Birrell and TetrisConcept: This tournament will take place on a Tetris the Grand Master 3 kindly provided by the most excellent arcade operator in the Pacific Northwest, Masterman Vending! Seeding will take place via . In this mode, you get a Hanabi score by making fireworks launch in the background by playing for 200 levels (which are pieces dropped + lines cleared). Players will be seeded by their scores in this mode, . The main mode of gameplay in this tournament will be . Each match in the will be a single (this means you play until someone tops out) . In this game, there are four you can choose from when you play: Players will recieve items during play with which they can attack their opponents a la Tetris DS, Tetris Party, or TetriNET. Players will send more garbage to their opponent when they clear multiple lines with one piece. Players will recieve less garbage when their opponents send it by clearing multiple lines with one piece. just selects one of the above rule sets. In this tournament, players will be allowed to . Try out each before the tournament if you want to see their effects! These are to be determined! Expect the usual SakuraCon tournament prizes, though. Also to be determined! The schedule is not out yet so I don't know when the tournament will be. Expect it to run for about 3-4 hours. Of course, this is the As a result, some great players from outside of Washington are coming to SakuraCon to attend this historic event! Kitaru is a very accomplished player from California. He is arguably one of the best TGM1 and TGM2+ players in the US, with the third fastest TGM1 one GM and TGM2+ Death M grade of any player in the country. Mat is a player from Oregon who zealously accomplishes ridiculous Tetris feats on a regular basis. He was the to accomplish a TGM2+ Death M grade. He is also m5 rated in TGM3 and incredibly powerful in all manners of Tetris. We're looking at a limit of 32 or 64 players depending on how many people are interested in this! If you're interested , please post in this thread! So this is what's posted on the Sakura-Con boards. Yup!