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Roberto Lavieri wrote on 2004-12-08 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
If you have not played the FIRST GAME COURIER TOURNAMENT, I have announced I´m going to PAY the inscription of the first FOUR NEW PLAYERS (Those who have not played the First Tournament), using the prize I have gained with my second place in the first tournament (30$). I´ll pay with it my inscription and the inscription of Antoine Fourriere (he paid mine the last time), The rest is 20 $, enough for paying four inscriptions (I suppose the fee is 5$, if this is not the fee, some re-calculations must be made) ( Observation: NEW PLAYERS ONLY, as an incentive!). If the number of new players is less than four, the remaining money is going to be added to the TOTAL AMMOUNT for prizes in the second tournament. If the number of new players is superior to four, only the first four formalized inscriptions are going to be free (i.e., pre-paid by me)

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