Tournament - 31/5 - With results and table! (Update 1/6)

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Postby Steve1977 » Wed May 30, 2007 8:41 pm

Pete, those are very good pings but the fps is awful mate.

Sometimes its best to simply restart your computer and it seems to fix things.

* Make sure you'r both in 16bit mode - it helps me :)

Try this server:

arena.swos.info:22222
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World Cup 2010 - 8th Place
UK Champs 2011 - Runner Up
UK Champs 2010 - Winner
World Cup 2009 - 8th Place
World Cup 2008 - 19th Place
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Postby GingerPete » Wed May 30, 2007 8:43 pm

my computer should be fine mate, core 2 due running at 3 Ghz with an 8800 G card. We just found it d syncs alot on higher on 60 keystrokes, its a network traffic thing no? where are you, want to try he is eating dinner?
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Postby Steve1977 » Wed May 30, 2007 9:05 pm

Just played GingerPete and it was 50fps for the majority of the game! :D

(wont mention the result!)
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Postby Danne » Thu May 31, 2007 6:04 am

The Tournament

Please be in the chat at least 5 minutes before kick off.
http://retrokick.de/irc/kickoff.php

Round1 - Starts 20.15 (UK), 21.15 (SWE,ITA), 22.15 (TUR)
GPete - FoxSoft
Danne - Stainy
Steve C - RapTor

Round2
RapTor - Stainy
FoxSoft - Danne
GPete - Steve C

Round3
FoxSoft - Stainy
RapTor - GPete
Danne - Steve C

Round4
Steve C - FoxSoft
Danne - RapTor
Stainy - GPete

Round5
Stainy - Steve C
GPete - Danne
RapTor - FoxSoft


The hometeam report the match on the forum. (please use this format)

PlayerA (XX) - (XX) PlayerB X - X

example:
GPete (55) - (65) FoxSoft 2 - 2


The big numbers are the pings.


Rules
Win gives 3 points
Draw gives 1 point


If two players end up on the same amounts of points:
1) Goal difference
2) Amounts of goals scored
3) their match result
4) their match pings (person with higher ping wins)
6) drawing


Tournament main server:
Emuline (88.191.26.172:27888)

sideservers:
RenzuKoken
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Postby Steve Camber » Thu May 31, 2007 6:19 am

"Their match result" ?

This will be fun! Sure, there will be some technical issues at times, but that's all part of the experience :wink:

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Postby Danne » Thu May 31, 2007 6:42 am

Steve Camber wrote:"Their match result" ?


thank you!
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Postby TheFoxSoft » Thu May 31, 2007 9:05 am

20:00 UK time is 21:00 Italian/Swedish time?
i'm crap with UK time :oops:
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Postby GingerPete » Thu May 31, 2007 10:19 am

cool looks god.

Just a question, is their an advantage to the team hosting the game in terms of fluid gameplay?
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Postby Danne » Thu May 31, 2007 10:26 am

GingerPete wrote:cool looks god.

Just a question, is their an advantage to the team hosting the game in terms of fluid gameplay?


I don't know but the player with lowest ping should create game. (for better gameplay)
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Postby Danne » Thu May 31, 2007 10:27 am

TheFoxSoft wrote:20:00 UK time is 21:00 Italian/Swedish time?
i'm crap with UK time :oops:


yep. thats right.. :)
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Postby Abyss » Thu May 31, 2007 10:28 am

GingerPete wrote:cool looks god.

Just a question, is their an advantage to the team hosting the game in terms of fluid gameplay?


AFAIK, there no context of "hosting" - both players get connected to the Kaillera server. If you run the Kaillera server in your machine (and thus just connect to 127.0.0.1) you will obviously have a much more fluid gameplay experience, to the expense of your opponent.

Creating the game means nothing in terms of performance, based on my experience.
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Postby GingerPete » Thu May 31, 2007 10:42 am

Danne wrote:
GingerPete wrote:cool looks god.

Just a question, is their an advantage to the team hosting the game in terms of fluid gameplay?


I don't know but the player with lowest ping should create game. (for better gameplay)


I read it as you saying the home team creates the game no?
If what abyss says is true then it shouldnt matter?
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Postby GingerPete » Thu May 31, 2007 4:08 pm

Ive just noticed all my tactics are called 4-2-4 other than one 4-3-3 ??

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