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In Reply to: Re: to answer your question... posted by TeamPredator99 on June 05, 2003 at 12:31:36:


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Posted by:
megabyte

on June 06, 2003 at 14:29:07

: : : im new to tournament play, whats the diff. between xball format and 10 man?

: a regular tournament has like a 5 minute limit, and teams get points for kills, flag pulls and hangs. The game is over when a team hangs the flag or time runs out. In X-ball, it's played like soccer or hockey. The game is longer played in quarters or halfs. Instead of points for kills, you only get points for hangs. After a hang there is a short "break" where teams must refill air and paint, clean up, make switches, etc. Then the game restarts and you try to get as many hangs as possible. There's still plenty of good competition in 3,5,7 and 10 man , but X-ball is geared to spectators and is getting more popular!
: Later,
: -Tony Catanzaro
: Cincinnati Allstars

You see Bill Tony understands completely.

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