City Champ

NEW: TICKETS for City Champ 6 will go on sale on SATURDAY, August 19th, at 10 AM Pacific time. Tickets can be found here: https://citychamp6.eventbrite.com/

Welcome to City Champ 6, December 16-17th, @FreeGoldWatch in San Francisco!

This page will be dedicated to information regarding the PAPA Circuit Major event City Champ. Check in here to read official information from the organizers. If you are participating, make sure to read this information carefully, so that you know where to be at what time. If you have questions, please address them to: Per at sfpins dot org.

Consolation Tournament: TBA

 

 

 

Tickets

$50 to enter + ticket fee of $3 via Eventbrite + coin drop for each game. Tickets will go on sale at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, Saturday, August 19th, 2017. Tickets will go on sale here: https://citychamp6.eventbrite.com/

 

Tournament Location

City Champ 6 will be played at Free Gold Watch in San Francisco. FGW is an arcade combined with a print shop. Due to the nature of this location, there is limited space to place chairs for players to sit in between rounds. Also, be prepared that physical space between machines will be tight. We strive to put on a fair, fun tournament, and we welcome players of all skill levels to participate. Free Gold Watch is located at 1767 Waller St. between Shrader and Stanyan in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, adjacent to Golden Gate Park.

 

Format

  • Match play!
  • Maximum 76 players.
  • Qualification will be 12 rounds in groups of 4 players, where new groups will be drawn for each round. Scoring will be 7/5/3/1. Parings will be random for the 1st round and tiered Swiss for subsequent rounds (similar to Pinburgh). The MatchPlay software we utilize to run the tournament picks games. Playing order will be balanced.
  • The 28 players who earned the most points will qualify for playoffs. Seeds 1-4 get a bye round.
  • We will only play tiebreakers that have an impact on who will make it into the playoffs, and for getting a bye round. Tiebreaker matches will be best of 1 game (most likely a random Solid State game) with random player order. For other ties, we will use the built in tiebreaker in MatchPlay that counts your 1st and 2nd place finishes.
  • The first playoff round will be 6 groups of 4 players. Same scoring as before on a bank of 3 games. The top 2 from each group move on to the quarterfinals. The bottom 2 in each group will be placed in positions 17-28 depending on their point total in the round they were eliminated.
  • Quarterfinals will be 4 groups of 4 players, with the 1-4 seeds entering the playoffs. Same scoring as before on a bank of 3 games. The top 2 from each group move on to the semifinals. The bottom 2 in each group will be placed in positions 9-16 depending on their point total in the round they were eliminated.
  • Semifinals will be 2 groups of 4 players. Same scoring as before on 3 games. The top 2 from each group move on to the finals. The bottom two from each group will play 1 machine for 5-8th place.*
  • The Finals will be 1 group of 4 players. Same scoring as before on a bank of 3 games. If there is a tie, a 1-game tiebreaker will be played on a randomly drawn machine from the same bank that was used in the finals.

Games and banks will be drawn randomly before each round. Playing order will be balanced. In the playoffs, the higher seed has the choice of playing order on each machine. This means that a higher seed will NOT have machine choice. Banks will consist of 3 games from 3 different eras.  For example: Ghostbusters – NEW, Attack from Mars – MID, Harlem Globetrotters – OLD (This is our goal at least.)

*Original seeds are used to determine play order choice. 1 random machine is picked for this group. 

 

Schedule

Saturday check-in

Player check in starts at 10:00 AM, and ends at 10:30 AM. If you are not checked in with the TD (Per) by 10:30 AM, your spot is no longer guaranteed. Players are responsible to find, and check in with the Tournament Director, who most likely will be at the front desk at FGW with a clip board in his hand. Disasters can happen, so if you are on your way but can’t make it by 10:30 AM, don’t panic. Instead, communicate by calling the number that has been provided to you in an email.

If you do this, you will be allowed to enter the tournament if you are present when we start playing. If, however, at 10:30 AM, you have neither checked in nor contacted the TD, you will forfeit your spot to the first person on the waiting list.

Saturday

Rd 1 11:00 AM

Rd 2 11:30 AM

Rd 3 12:00 AM

Rd 4 12:30 PM

Lunch break

Rd 5 2:00 PM

Rd 6 2:30 PM

Rd 7 3:00 PM

Rd 8 3:30 PM

Rd 9 4:00 PM

Rd 10 4:30 PM

Rd 11 5:00 PM

Rd 12 5:30 PM

Tie breakers 6:15 PM

 

Sunday. (If play is quicker than planned, we will start rounds sooner than listed below.) Round 1 will begin at 11 AM on Sunday. Players must check in with the TD no later than 10:30 AM. Players with a bye can sleep in, but must be checked in no later than 11:30 AM.

1st Round                         11:00 AM

Quarterfinals                     12:30 PM

Semifinals                           2:00 PM

Finals                                   3:30 PM

Awards ceremony              5:00 PM

 

Rules

The Nature of Pinball — The unique charm of pinball lies, in large part, in the physical nature of the game. Unfortunately, this means that unusual events and outright malfunctions cannot be prevented, nor can they be perfectly compensated for. PAPA attempts to strike a balance between compensating for malfunctions and accepting the physical nature of the game. – PAPA/IFPA rules, section 1.1

We will follow PAPA/IFPA rules strictly with a few modifications and amplifications, as follows…

  1. We ask all players to be respectful of the machines and refrain from any game abuse. Although we understand that players in other venues may be in the habit of taking out their frustrations on a machine, we hold a high standard in the Bay Area.  Performing a “rage tilt” or otherwise abusing machines may result in immediate disqualification or official warning.
  2. We will ask that players anonymize their description when requesting rulings from judges. Rather than refer to player names when describing an issue, instead refer to Player 1, Player 2, Player 3 and Player 4.
  3. Extra balls will be disabled on machines if possible. If not, players will be allowed to fully play their extra balls.  (This is different than the rule normally employed in SFPD League play.)
  4. Note that we will strictly follow PAPA/IFPA’s out-of-turn rule, even for extra balls. The affected player may choose to take over the ball in play, if possible, or he or she may choose to have the incident treated as a major malfunction.
  5. We will employ the “Good Sportsmanship” exception that if someone shouts “Ball Save” to a player who starts walking away from their machine, neither party will be penalized for providing / receiving coaching.
  6. City Champ is a four-person tournament, so we will use the same ball-3 irreparable catastrophic malfunction rule that Pinburgh uses. If a catastrophic malfunction (ie, a malfunction that ends the game for all players) occurs and the machine is irreparable (ie, can’t be fixed in a reasonable time, which we’ll say is three minutes) on the third ball, all results will be voided when the new machine is selected.  That means even if Player 1 beats Player 2 before Player 3 has a catastrophic malfunction, Player 1 and Player 2 will still have their results voided and will start over with the others.
  7. Judges will not make any scoring adjustments. They have the discretion to void a player’s game score or to void all player’s games, but they will not add or subtract points from anyone’s score.  The only time a calculation needs to be done is when a judge awards an extra ball on a new game to compensate a player for a major malfunction.
  8. During the qualifying rounds, in the case of a major malfunction for a player, we will not add a ball to the game in progress; instead the player will be provided with one additional ball of play in a new game. However, during the playoff rounds, we will add a ball to the game in progress, if the machine’s software supports that. The reason for this is that we have limited time to reset machines between rounds in qualifying.

The full PAPA/IFPA rule set can be found here.

Prize money

In a field of 76 players, the pot will be around $2800. (A share of the entry fee will go to cover costs for pizza for the volunteers, trophies, and other misc. costs associated with running a tournament. $5/player will go to PAPA, who charges this fee from all circuit events.)

Prize pot distribution:

1st 25%

2nd 20%

3rd 15%

4th 10%

5th 6%

6th 5%

7th 4%

8th 3%

9th-12th 2%

13th-16th 1%

 

Top qualifier: $60

2nd best qualifier: $40

3rd best qualifier: $30

4th best qualifier: $20

 

List of games

This is a tentative list. Games are subject to change, but the bulk of machines listed here will be used.

AC/DC Premium

Attack From Mars

Black Pyramid

Cactus Canyon

Demolition Man

Dialed In

Dirty Harry

Eight Ball Deluxe

Fathom

Flight 2000

Game of Thrones Pro

Ghostbusters Pro

Harlem Globetrotters

Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

Indianapolis 500

Iron Man Vault Ed.

Mars Trek

Medieval Madness

Meteor

Monster Bash

Nine Ball

Pabst Can Crusher

Paragon

Playboy, Bally

Stars

Star Trek (Bally)

Star Wars (Data East)

Star Wars Pro (Stern)

Taxi

The Addams Family

The Simpsons Pinball Party

The Six Million Dollar Man

The Shadow

The Walking Dead Pro

The Wizard of Oz

Totem

Tron Pro

Terminator 2

Twilight Zone

White Water

World Cup Soccer

X-Men Pro

 

Getting to Free Gold Watch

Within San Francisco, the 43, 6, 33, and 7 MUNI bus lines all have stops within walking distance of Free Gold Watch. The same goes for the N-Judah train. Either the Carl & Cole or Carl & Stanyan stops are your best bet. Outside the city? BART and Caltrain are your friends.

You can track arrival/departure times at NextMuni.com. Routesy is also super handy for figuring this out, plus the transit stops nearest to your location: Routesy.

If you want a little more control over your arrival time, use Uber or Lyft, and to a lesser extent local taxis. Taxis can also be hailed with the Flywheel and Yellow Cab app.

Note that if you’re heading back downtown after 9PM, certain MUNI rail tunnels will be closed for maintenance and you’ll need to transfer to a bus at some point. As many an SFPD member can testify: Doing this with a buzz, sore feet, and a pocket full of quarters really sucks.

Ride-sharing services are preferable late at night, but beware of surge pricing.

 

Lodging

 As of this update (September), there are no available discount rates for City Champ 5. We do have a couple of recommendations, however, primarily because they are relatively close to Free Gold Watch. (There are also AirBnB and VRBO options below.)

 

Stanyan Park Hotel

750 Stanyan Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

http://www.stanyanpark.com/

Stanyan Park is so close to Free Gold Watch that if you listen hard enough you might be able to hear Twilight Zone multiball kick off from your room. A boutique hotel with 36 rooms, the Stanyan Park is on the smaller side and quite popular, so consider booking ASAP if you like that “bed to pinball in 3-minutes” amenity.

 

The Metro Hotel

319 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 USA

http://www.metrohotelsf.com/

The Metro isn’t very close to Free Gold Watch (maybe a 20 minute walk), but it is right next to the bus line which runs down Haight Street. It’s also close to a ton of some of the most amazing restaurants on Divisadero Street, the border between the Upper and Lower Haight. It’s also not too far from Molotov’s bar, a regular haunt for drinking teams with a pinball problem (2 machines). There are only 24 rooms at the Metro, so if this sounds good to you, book now.

 

AirBnB

There’s a pretty good selection of places to stay near Free Gold Watch on AirBnB. Savvy ballers might want to pool their quarters by reserving a place with room for more than a couple. Below is a link to AirBnB listings in the 94117 zip code:

https://www.airbnb.com/s/94117?guests=&ss_id=zx3wks3u&source=bb

 

VRBO

The grandpa to the AirBnB model was VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owner), and it might have listings which you won’t find on AirBnB, too. Below are links for Cole Valley (the neighborhood next to the Upper Haight)

Haight Ashbury:

http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/usa/california/san-francisco-bay-ar/san-francisco/haight-ashbury?q=the

Cole Valley:

http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/usa/california/san-francisco-bay-ar/san-francisco/cole-valley

 

Parking

Parking in the Upper Haight is harder than the Gem shot in Tron. Sure, you can do it, but as many will testify, you can’t do it every time. Try to avoid driving, or be prepared to walk after you’ve parked elsewhere.

If you absolutely must drive, here are some parking options:

 

The ABC Parking Lot on Stanyan

https://www.parkme.com/lot/28328/the-kezar-parking-lot-san-francisco-ca

No, it won’t be cheap, but it’s cheaper than a couple of parking tickets. Which brings us to option #2:

 

Street Parking

 There’s metered and free parking in the neighborhood around Free Gold Watch, but both are limited to about two hours. (Metered parking runs about $4.50 per two hours.)

Either way, every couple of hours you’ll need to set a Creature from the Black Lagoon smartphone reminder to MOVE! YOUR! CAR!

 

Parking Warnings

If you do find a spot on the street, make sure:

  • The curb isn’t painted red, blue, or green.
  • There isn’t a fire hydrant.
  • You’re not blocking someone’s driveway, not even by a foot. (Driveway owners will call to have you towed, which is expensive.)

 

Before you disregard any of these warning, please consult the SFMTA ala carte “pricing menu” here:

https://www.sfmta.com/sites/default/files/pdfs/FY%202015%20FINE%20INCREASES_0.pdf

 

Also, look for signs like these, as they’ll tell you the street cleaning days/rules/limits:

In general, be very suspicious of abundant, free parking. Remember Admiral Akbar.

Special Bonus Parking Warnings:

Do not park in the McDonald’s or Whole Foods parking lot. They will tow you.

Do not leave anything in your car, no matter how marginal you believe the value to be. This includes things like your garage door opener, if you have one. Vehicle break-ins are common right now in SF, and in the Upper Haight in particular.

 

Food, Beer, & Caffeine

If you need a coffee to sharpen your reflexes, a beer to take off the edge, or some food to fuel your match, there are tons of options within a short walk from Free Gold Watch. Below is a selection of SFPD member recommendations.

You can see all of the food recommendations below and their relative distance from Free Gold Watch on the following map:

http://www.mapcustomizer.com/map/ChowForSilverBallers

 

COFFEE

 Flywheel Roasters

This is the closest independent coffee joint, on Stanyan. Pour overs take three to four minutes, so if you’re in a hurry, grab an iced coffee straight-up or on nitro tap. Also carries pastries, bottled juices, and snacks.

Stanza

If you’re coming down Haight Street towards Stanyan, Stanza is a choice spot. Small selection of pastries, good coffee.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods has a coffee bar, but it also has a selection of cold coffees in the refrigerated case near the checkout lines. Excellent spot for Stumptown bottles and Blue Bottle cartons.

 

BEER

Bars are everywhere on Haight St., as are a few bodega-style shops. Kezar Pub on Stanyan is practically connected to Free Gold Watch, and Murio’s Tap Room is just across the way on Haight Street. Most SFPD members will buy beer at Whole Foods or at Parkview Market on Frederick at Stanyan (http://bit.ly/1LMO9zj).

 

FOOD

The food options below are listed in order of their proximity to Free Gold Watch. Where applicable you’ll also find some recommended menu choices. Once again, you can see these all on a map together here:

http://www.mapcustomizer.com/map/ChowForSilverBallers

Some places on this list will let you order ahead via OrderAhead (orderaheadapp.com) or GrubHub (grubhub.com).

 

Kezar Pub

http://www.thekezarpub.com/

770 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Pub food and serious international sports hangout. The wings here are good.

 

Parada 22

http://www.parada22.com/

1805 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Home-style Puerto Rican food. The mofongo is outstanding, but if you want a full belly on the cheap, go with a side of arroz amarillo and a side of habichuelas coloradas.

 

Whole Foods

http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/haightstreet

690 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Aside from the obvious (it’s a grocery store), there are prepared foods here, a salad bar, pizza, burritos, etc.

 

Flywheel

http://www.flywheelcoffee.com/

672 Stanyan St. San Francisco, CA 94117

They have a few savory items here, but mostly it’s pastries, breads, and small cakes. The blueberry crumble cake is a go-to, plus the bread pudding.

 

The Citrus Club

http://www.citrusclubsf.com/

1790 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

Noodle dishes inspired by Vietnam, China, Thailand, Japan, and Indonesia. The garlic beef with shiitake mushrooms is enormous (especially if you take it to the next level by adding shrimp).

 

Escape from NY Pizza

http://escapefromnewyorkpizza.com/home/haight/

1737 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

Best choice for pizza in the neighborhood. Go with a to-go slice or two on paper plates from the XL thin-crust pies on display and get in and out for about ten bucks.

 

Stanza Coffee Shop

1673 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

Not the first choice you might go for food, but if you’re on your way back from Street Taco on Haight, it’s a good stop for an espresso and possibly a muffin, cookie, or other coffee shop sweet.

 

Street Taco

http://www.yelp.com/biz/street-taco-san-francisco

1607 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA

A newcomer to the Haight, Street Taco gets multiple votes from SFPD ballers. Two tacos for $7 and anything with al pastor are top choices here. Fast and simple.

 

Burgermeister on Carl

86 Carl Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

http://burgermeistersf.com/

Burgers of size. Are you surprised? But the not-so-secret find here is the cheesesteak. The chicken version’s pretty good, too. This place is right off the N-Judah train stop at Carl & Cole.

 

Padrecito

901 Cole Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

http://www.padrecitosf.com/

Upscale Mexican food with a solid cocktail bar attached. This is mostly a dinner place, though the pro move is to grab brunch which runs Friday through Sunday. You might want to get a reservation for dinner, though if you show up on the early side you can usually score some of their walk-in seating at the communal table or bar. (We know you know guac is extra, but get it as a starter. It’s a ton of guac.)

 

Zazie

941 Cole Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

http://www.zaziesf.com/

French bistro and brunch cuisine. This place gets mobbed for brunch, so unless you go early, be prepared to wait. The good news is you can put your name on the list and let them know you’re next door at Finnegan’s Bar… where there’s also pinball.

 

Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery

1398 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

http://www.magnoliapub.com/

Seasonal pub cooking, but this is no house of fried cheese sticks. Quality stuff. The main attraction is the brewery, though. More of a sit down place, so don’t think you’re going to dash out and make it back before your next round starts.

 

Bacon Bacon

205 Frederick Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

http://www.baconbaconsf.com/the-cafe

This is a bit of a walk from Free Gold Watch, but is ground zero for excessive baconry. What started as a food truck now has this brick-and-mortar cafe which was famously featured on Saturday Night Live when a local bacon-hater complained about the constant bacon smell.  Opens early, closes early-isn (3PM). Not the top of the list for vegetarians, obviously.

 

Hyperlocal Info

 If you want to get clued in to local news, there are a couple of good sources for neighborhood news:

Hoodline

http://www.hoodline.com

SFist

http://sfist.com/

Bay Area Pinball Map

http://pinballmap.com/bayarea

 

Useful SF Transit & Twitter Feeds:

SF Department of Emergency Management

https://twitter.com/sf_emergency

SFMTA (MUNI & Transit Notices)

https://twitter.com/sfmta_muni

BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)

https://twitter.com/SFBART

511 Bay Area

https://twitter.com/511SFBay

 

City Champ shirts

Coming soon…

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Registered players

Added players (from the waiting list)

 

 

Reigning City Champ

 

Waiting List

 

Participation by State

Results from City Champ 5

Pos Player Player #
1 Raymond Davidson 2576
2 John Delzoppo 11977
3 Andrei Massenkoff 53
4 Jeff Gagnon 711
5 Zach Sharpe 9
6 Jeremy Williams 14560
7 Dave Stewart 54
8 Tim Hansen 1376
9 Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen 15925
10 Aaron Nelson 2922
11 Sunshine Bon 19555
12 Nathan Stellhorn 10190
13 Chris Chinn 29083
14 Sanjay Shah 1108
14 Tony Urso 22189
16 Julie Gray 1380
17 Robin Lassonde 25696
18 Germain Mariolle 29141
21 Art Dodd 7959
21 Echa Schneider 13275
21 Gene X Hwang 13052
21 Mike Miller CA 26157
21 Michael Mattsson 11575
25 Will McKinney 7657
25 Johnny Modica 843
25 Louise Wagensonner 19305
25 Jared Garvey 35784
28 Alex Samonte 91
29 Josh Lehan 536
30 Russ Sweetser 19312
30 Zachary Parks 21700
32 Walter Hurwitz 2767
32 Mike Villarreal 30082
34 Brian ONeill 19301
35 Shon Dolcini 15943
36 Allison ONeill 19302
37 Eugene Gershtein 3532
37 Shannon Sweetser 38690
39 Dominic DiPalantino 30898
40 Jeff Fehervari 15923
41 Eric Wagensonner 8855
42 Jonathan Snyder 38322
43 Daylene Langum 45061
44 Peter Plachta 26890
45 Per Schwarzenberger 12220
46 Rob Coli 19300
47 Tim Juchcinski 11613
48 Jessica DeNardo 34564
49 Matthew Henri 16767
50 Jonathan Bair 20259
51 Ron Richards 19309
52 Darren Ensley 12117
54 Bob Matthews 3723
54 Alysa Parks 261
54 Maura Devereux 25487
56 Jeremy Herrman 22175
57 Eric Raymond 25457
57 Chris Gershtein 2753
59 Jeannie Rodriguez 8309
60 David Lee 12216
61 Erin Ray 12125
62 Derek Lipkin 33048
63 Matt Willmarth 10662
64 Chris Lindboe 12217
65 Ellen Frankel 5233
66 Matthew Talley 20166
67 Andy Steinhauser 23707
68 Bella Gershtein 11088
69 Dave Hermanas 22577
70 Aaron Schneickert 14562
71 Devon Kelly 14184
72 Nate Robinson 25465
73 Dave Halper 48203
74 Jason Rosenberg 29807
75 Leah Gosciejew 36250
76 Janel Valdez 45062
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