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Next CFF Meeting will be at the BOG Sunday May 6.  Danny B promises to tell great pinball stories from his past and future and who knows maybe we can get  him to make a shirt run by then so we can all get some new hoodies.

Show up whenever you want.

Till Death.

Posted: April 17th, 2012
at 2:53pm by Videomode

Categories: CFF

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Portland Pinbrawl

Posted: April 16th, 2012
at 12:42pm by Videomode

Categories: CFF,Pinball

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April Tournaments

Tuesday 4/3 The Goodfoot Lounge 7:00pm

Tuesday 4/10 Club 21 7:00pm

Tuesday 4/17 Ground Kontrol 7:00pm

Sunday 4/22 Portland Pinbrawl All Day

Tuesday 4/24 The Guild Public House 7:00pm


Posted: April 3rd, 2012
at 10:18am by Videomode

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CFF Meeting 3-25 Cbar

The next CFF meeting is at Cbar.

Danny B has some big surprises for everyone so come on out and ball with the gangsters.

Sunday 3-25 7:00pm or whenever you feel like showing up


Posted: February 28th, 2012
at 12:56pm by Videomode

Categories: CFF

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2011 Portland PintoberFest Finals Game 2 (HS2 The Getaway)

Commentary By Noah “Opto” Davis

Posted: January 5th, 2012
at 3:39am by revtest

Categories: CFF

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2011 Portland Pintoberfest game 1 (Grand Prix)


Commentary by Noah “Opto” Davis

Posted: January 3rd, 2012
at 10:15pm by revtest

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Posted: December 4th, 2011
at 3:33am by revtest

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December Tournaments

Tuesday Dec 6th   @ Billy Rays

Tuesday Dec 13th @ Ground Kontrol

Tuesday Dec 20th @ My Fathers Place

Tuesday Dec 27th @ The Lutz



Posted: November 29th, 2011
at 12:39pm by Videomode

Categories: CFF

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Cascadia Cup 2011 Nov. 6th

The Cascadia Cup 2011 will be held on Sunday, November 6th starting at 12:00pm at Cbar.

Registration is now in limited mode. Contact Dropshot if you would like to play in this Sundays tournament.

Registered: (35)

Aaron Nelson
Dennis Brenhaug*
Mike Mahaffey
Maka Honig
Nathan Stellhorn
Noah Davis*
James Edes
Jeff Weston
Mindy Bert
Matt Fentress
Ben Applebaum
Julie Gray
Meilani Allen
Fred Franken*
Pat Castaldo
Raymond Davidson
Eric Hill
Kris Fast *
Emma Eichhorn*
Isaac Ruiz*
Hayden Harker
John Stein
Wallace Davis
Louie Hamlett
Samuel Van Rooy
Garth Marriott
Maurizio Gagno
Robert Gagno
Kathy Gagno
Gavin Keable
John Kremmer
John Fujita
J.D. Yeager*
Jake McGhee
Brandon Smith*
*still owe me money

The event will cost $40 to enter and the format will consist of 9 qualifying rounds followed by head-to-head final rounds. The schedule of rounds, players, and machines for the qualifying portion of the tournament will be determined from random placement in preset brackets.

Due to the necessity of configuring brackets and printing tournament material, there will be a designated registration period in advance of the tournament. This will be the only way to register for this event! The registration period will  close at noon on October 30th, and will then enter limited registration to round off the bracket. Paypal is the recommended form of payment.

Games and player configurations will be randomly assigned prior to the event so that everything can run itself with ease. Everyone will draw a number from a hat (the morning of) to see where they are placed within the matrix of players and games. Other than treasury duties (i.e. dealing with money), this tournament will be run by the players, including finding your next match, deciding order, keeping score, recording score and handling any issues that may arise during each match.

Each player will be guaranteed 9 rounds of 4 player matches before the top 12 contestants move on to the final rounds. We will try to make sure you are playing with a new group of 3 and a different game for all 9 rounds. Each match will be recorded with the winner receiving 4pts, 2nd 2pts, 3rd 1pt, and 4th will receive 0pts.

The finals however are going to be different. First off, 12 players will advance with the top 4 getting a bye. In case of any ties at any rank there will be a one game playoff with the winner/winners receiving the higher rank. Rounds will be played best of 5 head to head matches. Games and play order will be chosen by players in alternating order with the highest seed receiving first choice of machine or position. Final rounds will proceed in a single elimination fashion according to the final rounds bracket until there are 4 standing. These 4 remaining players will then go back to group play over 5 games. The higher seed will have choice of 2 machines while the other 3 players will each choose 1. Once the machines are picked the highest seed will have choice of machine or position. After the first game the winner will then have choice of the remaining games or position. There will also be a single 4 player game between the 5th-8th players to determine their final rankings.

Cash Prizes (% of total prize pool)

1st = 34%
2nd = 20%
3rd = 14%
4th = 8%
5th = 8th = 4%
9th=12th = 2%

Posted: October 10th, 2011
at 5:52am by Videomode

Categories: CFF

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Pintoberfest 2011

Location: C-Bar.

Saturday Oct. 1 and the finals will be on Oct. 2.

Sign-up is anytime starting at 11 am, the latest time you can sign up is 1 pm. Entry is $40. It gives you 12 tickets to qualify on 5 machines(just like Showdown). As of right now those machines are HSII:TG, JB, JM, Whirlwind and Williams Grand Prix. There are no buying extra tickets. That’s it. A soft cut off will be at 6:00pm, try to be done or down to 1 ticket. Hard cut off at 7, drain your balls immediately and we will record your score. If you flip 1 extra time the score won’t count. Once this round is over the top 8 qualifiers will be done for the day and are in the the finals on Sunday with the rankings of 1-8.

The rest of ya, 9-??? are then going to entered into a head to head bracket with seeding based on your qualifying score. These matches will be played on all games at C-Bar and will be best 2 of 3 single elimination. Once there are 8 players left congratulations, you 8 have made it to the next day.

At this point those 8 will continue there heads up matches for 1 more round, but it will be a single game match. Then the 4 winners will play one 4 player game to determine the 9-12 rankings for the finals. The 4 losers from the head to head matches will do the same for 13-16 rankings. Higher seed will have choice of machine or position for this one game.

Finals will start at 11 am on Sunday and will be played PAPA style.

Feel free to ask any questions but that is the basic idea.

Posted: September 18th, 2011
at 7:39pm by Videomode

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