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Princeton Fall 2011

macky

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Princeton Fall 2011 will take place at the Richardson Auditorium (same venue as 2010) on Saturday, September 24, 2011.
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Facebook event



More information will follow.

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Pre-registration closes on September 17th. Pay on site. Free for spectators.
3x3 Speedsolve: $5 pre-registration, $7 on site
Other events: $3 pre-registration, $5 on site

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Pre-registration is now closed.
 
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Wow great! This year's Princeton competition was incredible - very nicely run and I had a great time! :) Also I will try to bring my friends this time :D
 

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Any chance of a multi side event being held instead of FMC for those who want? Or sometime during the day. I'd be willing to miss stuff.
Multi takes more judges than FMC, but we can consider doing those at the same time. Find me a couple of other people who would compete instead of in FMC.

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Or we can find another slot for multi. So also let me know what events people are willing to skip for multi.
 
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Shall do sir, thanks for at least considering it.

Those who would want to do multi can speak freely here. I imagine a few people would want to do multi, but I don't know if they would want multi over FMC.

People who I thought of
Eric
Dan
Kian
Mike
Bobby
Tim (if he's coming)

Just to name a few. I don't know any multi'ers in the U.S.
 
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