Attendance was up from the last couple of years for the 2010 Canadian ASL Open in Ottawa. We had 18 players participating in the first round, 19 in the second round and 20 for the third and fourth rounds. In the fifth round, we were back at 19. As well, we had more Americans in attendance than we have seen for awhile.
We had two players, Gary Trezza and Ken Young, remain undefeated after four rounds of play. They played the scenario Melee Near The Coast (BFP30) in the fifth round, which Gary Trezza won.
They finished in first and second place. Adriane Earle, who had lost his previous game to Ken Young, finished in third place. Besides winning the third place plaque, Adriane took home certificates and prizes for “Close Combat Commando” (+18) and “Deadliest Sniper” (47 points). He got a lot of CC points by destroying an Elefant in “Elephants Unleashed”. Brent Pollack managed the unusual feat of collecting the certificates for “Most Twos Rolled” (18) and “Most Twelves Rolled” (19).
The mini tournament had an All American final round between Keith Hill and Brian Wiersma. Brian also won the “Best Rate Of Fire” certificate.
On behalf of the Canadian ASL Association, here’s a big “Thank you” to all the people who attended, and to the suppliers of prizes: Multi-Man Publishing, Bounding Fire Productions, Battle School (Chris Doary), Lone Canuck Productions (George Kelln), and Andre Escobedo.
|Gary Trezza||New York||1||5-0||65||1||1773|
|Brian Wiersma||New York||4||4-1||47||4||1645|
|Paul Chamberland||New York||6||3-2||36||5||1572|
|Mark Evans||New Hampshire||15||2-3||22||8||1526|