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David Paulowich wrote on 2008-06-07 UTC
Results for the 11 active tournament players.  I know that I have 
an extra win logged here and Michael Schmahl has several unplayed games 
recorded.  Carlos: can you correct these total scores?  Just hit [Edit] 
and copy/paste into your own post, to preserve the formatting here.
Name                         Userid  
Gary Gifford               penswift  13.5/14 
Antoine Fourrière  antoinefourriere  12.0/13 
Joe Joyce                  joejoyce  11.5/14 
David Paulowich            david_64   9.5/14 
carlos carlos                carlos   8.0/12 
Michael Schmahl            mschmahl   9.0/15 
Todor Tchervenkov       tchervenkov   6.5/13 
Adrian Alvarez de la Campa   adrian   6.0/12 
je ju                      jejujeju   5.0/13 
Uri Bruck                     bruck   2.0/13 
juan rodriguez            rodriguez   2.0/13 

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