Alleyway Tournament, Split-finger Style!

Posted: January 23rd, 2009 by ROM

The monthly Alleyway Tournament is happening this Sunday! Update: No, it’s not. The place is closed for renovations, and nobody informed us. Sorry.

This time the rules are special: random splitfinger. This means teams, one person to a flipper. Teams are chosen in a random fashion! To make this really awesome we need as many people as possible (ideally 16). Splitfinger is fun – and to really excel at it you should be good at communicating with your new partner. Sometimes it helps to wrap your free hand around their butt and then squeeze just a little during crucial passes.

Tournament starts at 8pm! Prize is $50! Entry is $3.

Alleyway has ditched Lord of the Rings, and replaced it with Sopranos. The full line-up is now:

Sopranos, Monster Bash,  Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure, Medieval Madness, Doctor Who.

Alleyway has killer food (I recommend the garden burger with bleu cheese on top!) and good drinks (whiskey ginger)! See you there. Let’s get a good turnout for this!

2415 NE Alberta St. 8pm start!

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  1. dropshot   23 Jan 09 at 8:38 am

    Do we have to play pinball or can we just grab butts and eat blue cheese?

  2. ROM   23 Jan 09 at 4:07 pm

    If grabbing butts and scarfing bleue cheese is what you’re feeling, then by all means go with it. No one’s going to stop you. This is pinball, not city hall!

    Also, I forgot to mention that Sunday is Metal Night at Alleyway. So be prepared for some kickass music that will keep you pumped for pinball all night long!

  3. dropshot   23 Jan 09 at 5:04 pm

    I HATE metal! And an ipod is going to work because I will need to communicate to my partner. If only there were some other way to…

  4. dropshot   23 Jan 09 at 5:06 pm

    I suppose I should have typed isn’t instead of is to have it make a little more sense. Oh, and people need to use this feature to communicate thoughts more. Once upon a time it was used quite frequently. And people better show for this I am skipping a hockey game for this.


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