Android Netrunner Results – February 17, 2015

Android Netrunner Results – February 17, 2015

Our final round of the regular season saw FOUR new people join us. We were glad to welcome Ryan, David, Tony and Mitchell into the group.

Austin brought out the big guns, in Leela and RP, and took first, with 10 Prestige. Austin’s only loss came in his Runner game, against Mark, in Round 3. David finished in second, with his Chaos Theory and RP decks. Jacob rounded out the top three with his Gabe and PE decks, that he’s very well known for, in our local meta.

The Top 4 Playoff will be in two weeks, at Frogtown Hobbies. Joel, Larry, Austin and Jacob have all advanced to the Top 4 Playoff. While the Top 4 Playoff is going on, there will still be an event for those who did not finish in the Top 4. The prize structure is still to be determined. Watch our Facebook Page for more info on this event.

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Austin Mills
(Leela Patel / Replicating Perfection)
10 16 2 3 2-1-0
2. David Nery
(Chaos Theory / Replicating Perfection)
9 19 2 2 2-1-0
3. Jacob Merkle
(Gabriel Santiago / Personal Evolution)
9 18 2 2 2-1-0
4. Mark Panetta
(Leela Patel / Engineering the Future)
8 28 1 2 0-3-0
5. Tony Bugoci
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Blue Sun)
6 17 1 2 1-1-1
6. Andrew Webber
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / The Foundry)
6 13 0 1 0-1-1
7. Larry Carter
(Gabriel Santiago / Gagarin Deep Space)
6 9 1 0 0-1-1
8. Phil Fry
(Andromeda / Replicating Perfection)
5 19 1 1 1-1-1
9. Joel Szirony
(Andromeda / Argus Security)
4 22 1 1 0-2-1
10. Mitchell Kuhlman
(Gabriel Santiago / Replicating Perfection)
4 20 0 1 0-2-1
11. Ryan O’Connell
(Andromeda / Because We Built It)
4 16 0 0 0-0-2

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Austin Mills vs Mark Panetta
Table 2 David Nery vs Phil Fry
Table 3 Jacob Merkle vs Mitchell Kuhlman
Table 4 Ryan O’Connell vs Tony Bugoci
Table 5 Larry Carter vs Joel Szirony
Table 6 Andrew Webber vs Bye

Results

Round 1
1 Joel Szirony vs Austin Mills 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Larry Carter vs Phil Fry 0 : 3 (R 0:1 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Mitchell Kuhlman vs Andrew Webber 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Tony Bugoci vs Jacob Merkle 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Mark Panetta vs David Nery 3 : 1 (R 1:1 C · C 2:0 R)
6 Ryan O’Connell vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 Austin Mills vs Ryan O’Connell 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Jacob Merkle vs Mark Panetta 1 : 3 (R 1:1 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Phil Fry vs Mitchell Kuhlman 2 : 2 (R 1:1 C · C 1:1 R)
4 Andrew Webber vs David Nery 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Joel Szirony vs Tony Bugoci 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
6 Larry Carter vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Austin Mills vs Mark Panetta 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 David Nery vs Phil Fry 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Jacob Merkle vs Mitchell Kuhlman 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Ryan O’Connell vs Tony Bugoci 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Larry Carter vs Joel Szirony 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
6 Andrew Webber vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)

Statistics

Runner Identities

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Wins

Wins by Runner Faction

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Netrunner Store Championship Report – Flat Land Games, Wixom, MI

Netrunner Store Championship Report – Flat Land Games, Wixom, MI

Going into this tournament I was really excited. Larry and I decided to drive up from Toledo for both of our first “real” competitive tournament. Joel and Larry, of BiT, got into Netrunner about a year ago and convinced me to buy a core set, so I did. I ordered my Core set and ended up getting Creation and Control at the same time so I could get free shipping from Amazon last April. I went to my first store tournament a few months later and obviously played HB and Shaper, namely Engineering the Future and Kate. Within another 2 months I had a second core set and all of the data packs and I’ve been going to the local bi-weekly tournaments ever since. I never really performed too well and usually just went because I love the game and I love making crazy new decks.

Fast forward to this last weekend. I was debating which decks to take for the last two weeks as I really wanted to perform well, but I had a few ideas of my own that seemed really promising. I REALLY wanted to take some form of an Eater-Keyhole deck, but I just couldn’t get it to work out how I wanted. I tested a few games with the combo in Andromeda as well as trying a Chaos Theory Stimshop build. They worked, but I felt like they were too slow and I was also scared of people adding some hard-counters like Caprice, Will-of-the-Wisp, and Crisium Grid. I also was very interested in taking an Industial Genomics deck, but again, I was scared of the new presence of Eater just destoying that identity. In the end I decided to fall back to my bread and butter, the place I started, Engineering the Future and Kate.

I saw Corwin’s first place report of the Chilo City Grudge Match tournament in which he has an EtF fast advance build that looked really fun and pretty easy to pilot and decided that would be the deck to take. I put the cards together and looked at tweaking it a little by adding 2 copies of Will-of-the-Wisp (an answer to Eater), but after going through the cards I just couldn’t find the slots for it. Executive Boot Camp is a great addition to the build but I ended up not using it all day. Initially, I viewed the card as an answer to the new hype of Leela as you can rez the ICE you want to lockdown the key servers without having the threat of bouncing anything when you score.

Here’s the list:

Haas-Bioroid: Engineering the Future

Agenda (11)
3 Accelerated Beta Test
1 Bifrost Array
1 Director Haas’ Pet Project
3 NAPD Contract
3 Project Vitruvius

Asset (9)
3 Adonis Campaign
1 Daily Business Show *
2 Executive Boot Camp **
3 Jackson Howard ***

Upgrade (3)
3 SanSan City Grid *********

Operation (9)
3 Biotic Labor
3 Hedge Fund
3 Restructure

Barrier (6)
3 Eli 1.0
3 NEXT Silver

Code Gate (5)
3 NEXT Bronze
2 Viktor 2.0

Sentry (6)
3 Architect
3 Ichi 1.0

On the runner side of things, I decided to take a ppvp deck, but I had watched the final match of the Toronto Store Championship a few days prior and the winner was running Cache, Bank Job, Aesop’s, and ProCo as their and economy engine. It looked awesome but I didn’t have a decklist so I went stimhack.com looking for a solid ppvp kate build as a base to work off of. One of the most recent decklists was a build from Dan, the winner of the 2014 World Championship. I took his list and then stripped out it’s economy and replaced it with the other economy package. Here’s what I ended up with:

Kate “Mac” McCaffrey: Digital Tinker

Event (11)
3 Diesel
1 Indexing
2 Legwork****
1 Levy AR Lab Access
2 Scavenge
1 Stimhack*
1 The Maker’s Eye

Hardware (11)
3 Astrolabe
3 Clone Chip
2 Plascrete Carapace
3 R&D Interface

Program (9)
3 Cache***
2 Cerberus “Lady” H1
2 Cyber-Cypher
1 Deus X
1 Mimic*
1 Parasite**
2 Self-modifying Code
1 Sharpshooter

Resource (10)
3 Aesop’s Pawnshop
2 Bank Job****
3 Professional Contacts
2 Same Old Thing

 

On to the trip! Since I only had two core sets and decided to play a Fast Advance deck, I really needed a third SanSan. Consequently, the trip started out with a quick stop at the FLGS we play at, Frogtown Hobbies, for my third core set! 10 minutes later I’m at Larry’s and we’re on our way to Wixom. We arrived at about 1:30 and the tourney was scheduled to start at 2. We payed and then took a quick trip to Taco Bell for me to get some food since I had only eaten a banana up to that point. Two soft tacos later I’m ready for the start of my longest netrunner day to date. The tournament ended up starting almost an hour late while we were waiting for a few players to show up (supposedly someone had been told we were starting at 3). Larry and I played two games of zombie dice while we waited. He crushed me the first game and I was glad I was getting my bad luck out of the way for the day. I beat him the second game. We also joked about getting paired up against eachother and me getting a bye in the first round. They announced there were 22 players so a bye was off the table. 22 players meant 5 rounds of swiss and a cut to 8. This is going to be a long day!

Round 1: NBN Making News and Cache Noise

First match I started a little nervous. Ended up running first and had a pretty good draw with a Sure Gamble, Aesop’s, and ProCo in my opening hand. Sure Gambled, installed ProCo, clicked ProCo to draw a Cache, installed Cache and took the money and I was off to the races. I was able to apply a decent amount of pressure the whole game. He scored an Astro pretty quickly and I was hammering R&D with some interfaces. I think he had an Eli and a Popup stacked and they weren’t doing much to keep me out. I scored a few points while he was just collecting cash and he hit me with a Midseason’s for 7 tags. I wasn’t too scared of Scorched for some reason and just floated them for a few turns. He stacked up two more ICE on R&D and then played Shoot the Moon to rez another Eli and an Information Overload. I froze for about a minute and tried to figure out my play from then on out as I don’t have any way of breaking it (strength 4+ sentry that isn’t AP or a Destroyer is no fun against this deck, just have to deal with it.) I figured he should be short on Agendas since I had seen a few cards recently and decided my best bet was to clear the tags ASAP. I had a few credits and I ended up clearing 2 tags and taking 2 credits. Next turn, I clone chipped a cache at the end of his turn and then immediately sold it to Aesop’s for 6 credits. I cleared 4 more and I was down to 1 credit and 1 tag. Counted up what it would cost to get in to R&D and I had the money. Just needed something to lose to the Information Overload so I installed a cache, and then trashed Same Old Thing to Maker’s Eye with 2 interfaces to see 5 cards and the win. I thought he got me with the Shoot the Moon play, but I managed to make it through and I was off to a great start.

Against Noise, he was not milling a whole lot of cards and got a little unlucky on the cards he was milling. He hit 1 agenda early but I was able to Jackson it back into the deck and he really didn’t have a chance after that. He had a Hades Shard installed the entire game so at the end I played out my last score very slowly since I new he would pop that to see if he got the win. I went “Install and gain a credit….. Advance…” and he yells “Hold it!” There were only 4 points in archives and I walked out of my first match with a sweep. I was not expecting that. Great start!

4 Prestige

The shop was also running an X-Wing Store Championship which was surprisingly large with 45 players or something. They made a huge announcement about ordering a bunch of pizzas for everyone since there wouldn’t be time for a dinner break. Yay, pizza!

Round 2: Edward Kim and TWIY

I joked with my opponent about him trashing all my Hedge Funds at the beginning of the game. I honestly had no clue what to expect against Kim. He sniped a Hedge Fund off of R&D on his first turn but that was the only operation he hit all game. He was trying to play a Progenitor – Hivemind something or other and it didn’t really get up and running by the time I scored out.

TWIY was a different story. I was somewhat cautious all game as I saw a few cards off R&D early and didn’t see a single of his influence yet. A few turns in I faceplanted into a Lancelot and he showed me another Lancelot and a Merlin. He trashed a Lady I think and hit me with 2 net damage. Found the influence! Next turn he installed and Advanced something and then on my following turn I figured I should be somewhat safe since I didn’t have any installed cards anymore. Faceplanted into a Merlin and he had the other 2 Merlins in hand to give me 6 net damage for a flatline. Oops.

6 Prestige. I think the leaderboard had 2 players at 8 Prestige and 6 of us at 6. Great start.

Felt a little hungry again and I grabbed a slice of pizza.

Round 3: Andromeda and RP

Uh-Oh. First big test of the day against some really strong identities. We rolled to pick which side and I won so I chose to corp first. Don’t really remember much about this game but I won on points pretty easily. At this point I started feeling a lot of confidence for the day.

I didn’t have a lot of practice against RP and was fairly flustered throughout the match. Wanted to run but was too timid with all his facedown ICE. He ended up scoring out and I didn’t really do much at all. Asked about my play and he told me that I should’ve clone chipped a parasite on a Komainu that was protecting HQ right after he installed it so I could apply some pressure. That play didn’t even cross my mind.

8 Prestige. I think there was one player at 12, one at 10, and a bunch of us at 8. Still in a good spot to make the cut!

Round 4: Titan Transnational and Reina

I ran first and was getting into R&D pretty easily. Saw a bunch of cards but didn’t score anything. I ran HQ a few times and saw a Punitive and knew he had at least 1 Sea-Source in hand as well. He scored out an Atlas to get a counter and I started hammering R&D. I think I only had 1 RDi up and saw a second Punitive as well as a Scorched Earth. I think I was at 2 points and for some reason felt really desperate so I played Makers Eye to see 5 cards. He used his Atlas counter to pull Government Takeover from his deck and then I completely whiffed. Got lucky there because I think I lose if I hit an agenda on that run. Next turn he starts icing up a scoring server preparing to put the takeover down and then on my turn I got some money and hit R&D again because he did something that caused a shuffle and I scored 3 points on my last click. I was at 10 credits and then used a clonechip for a cache to go up to 13 credits which was out of punitive range. He installed a few more ICE on the scoring server and my next turn I installed a Same Old Thing, Scavenged Lady (I think it emptied on the previous R&D run), and then trashed the SoT to Legwork and grabbed the Takeover. This was a really fun game.

As corp I drew 4 agendas on my initial draw so I obviously mulliganed. Almost showed him my hand but remembered that giving him any info was really bad. That would’ve been a huge n00b mistake. Mulliganed into a single ICE and two agendas and then my mandatory was a third agenda. Installed the ICE on HQ and then played Hedge Fund and got a credit I think. Trying to make it seem like I don’t have a terrible draw. He drops down keyhole on turn 1 and hits it 3 times but only pulls 1 agenda from it. Second turn I throw out a jackson and only click it once to dump 2 agendas down and then immediately trash jackson (don’t know why I didn’t wait to see what he Keyholed). He hits keyhole 2 or three times and I think he hit 2 agendas and left them there. I think I drew into some ICE to throw on R&D and his next turn he gets an eater out and just keeps going to town. I think he hit a jackson with keyhole and said something about me not drawing the last one after keyholing on click four instead of stealing the agendas. It was already in my hand and I showed a few people that were watching that I had it and we all laughed. I threw it down, clicked it once and installed another ICE I think and then put the agendas and the last jackson back in. This was going to be a rough game. At one point he hit me with a Wanton Destruction to discard 2 of four at random and missed a biotic and an agenda discarding 2 ICE. I think we stayed pretty even the whole match after my bad start but he ended up pulling out the win. This was definitely my favorite match of the day.

10 prestige. The top 2 played this round and split so there was one guy at 14, one guy at 12, and I think 5 or 6 of us at 10. I think I’m going to make the cut as long as I don’t lose both in the final round.

Round 5: Andromeda and RP

NOT RP AGAIN!?!?! My opponent wanted to run first because he just finished playing corp so I let it happen. It was a pretty tough match but he wasn’t drawing much of his economy and I was able to dump credits almost every time he Siphoned me. One of the Siphons he stole only 2 credits and I think I ended up winning handily due to a semi-bad draw on his end. When he was RP, he didn’t draw a single Agenda after he got set up which really frustrated him. He was also running grail which he stacked two of onto R&D so it was getting expensive for me to maintain the lock but I managed to keep enough money to hold it down. Either I got lucky or he wasn’t running any net damage because I was able to see a bunch of cards without taking any damage. He was rolling in credits but just never drew the Agendas to score and I won 7-0 I think. Tough game for him for sure.

I didn’t know it at the time, but he was the player in first with 14 Prestige. The guy that had 12 split his match so we were all at 14 and I ended up being #1 seed from having the highest SOS. I was so excited that I was doing so well. After swiss there were 7 people at 12 Prestige so 2 of them didn’t make the cut. What a tight group at the top. The tournament was anyone’s game at this point.

Up to this point I was 4-1 with EtF and 3-2 with Kate.

Top 8 – Round 1

I was informed my opponent was playing Titan Transnational and Noise. I thought about it for about 20 seconds and decided the likelihood of a flatline was probably too high so I chose to corp. I mentioned this to my opponent when we sat down and said he didn’t have any scorch’s or punitive’s in his deck and I regret my decision since my runner deck was strong and had received a few comments from previous opponents about them not seeing any Shapers all day.

This was a tough match for me and nothing was going my way. Had a bit of an agenda flood and his mill was rolling fairly well. Turn 1 he installed an Imp and trashed something with it and then hit archives to install his Hades Shard. I jackson pump and dumped on turn 2 and then immediately trashed the jackson on my turn so I could keep my priority of actions to cycle three agendas back. Then over the next few turns he got lucky and milled all 3 SanSans in a row shortly followed by all 3 Biotic labors. How was I supposed to score out?! At this point I was thinking I’ll have to build a server to score from so I mistakenly installed an Ichi and a Beta Test behind it. He ran there click 1 with nothing but an empty imp (I think he used it on an ice from an R&D access and then a jackson that I installed but didn’t have anything to cycle back with) on his board and just clicked through the last sub to score. Not looking good for me at this point. I drew my last Jackson and dumped some agendas and had to immedately use him to return 2 Agendas and a Biotic labor leaving my third jackson and a project vitruvius in archives. He managed to mill a few more agendas and I knew the game was over at that point due to his hades shard. There’s no way he’s letting me score my last agenda before trashing it. So I lost to the 8 seed. Ouch.

Thinking back, there were a few things in which I should’ve recognized a better play option. First is when I cycled the biotic labor back instead of my jackson. If I put jackson back and draw it quickly, it gives me a short window to cycle back my biotics or SanSans to possibly give me a way to score out quickly. Second mistake is I hadn’t used Executive Boot Camp at all the entire day. I never thought the card’s presence through completely and mostly just assumed it was Leela protection, which I never faced. I could’ve used it to get my last Jackson quicker or even better yet, grab my 1x Daily Business Show early on. If I would’ve done that I may have drawn into some of my recursion instead of him milling it all away. Lastly, I’m not sure about the spot but it might have been a really good play to wipe his two imp counters on my second turn.

Top 8 – Round 2

Well, here it is. Playing for my life from here on out. I get matched up against NEH. First meeting with NEH all day. Turn 1, click 1 I faceplanted into an Architect on R&D. He used it to install an ICE into a new server which caused him to draw and then I snagged an NAPD from him. Probably one of the worst ICE to run into but I think he made a mistake and forgot he was going to draw from NEH which let me score. I was expecting to see an Eli, Popup, or Wraparound. Points are good but this is not an ICE I want to see without my Mimic on the board. He drew all three Sweeps Weeks really early and he also scored out an Astro pretty quickly while I’m just digging to try to find my Mimic or an SMC. About halfway through I’m managing to maintain pressure on his first scoring server with Cyber-Cypher and Lady but I have to keep digging and digging trying to find the Mimic. I think I Legworked him once and got nothing. I eventually have out 2 RDi’s and run R&D again letting the Architect fire just to see what happens. It gives him a SanSan install I think (he never ended up rezzing it) and I think I only get to trash a Jackson or something. He’s managed to set up another server with an Enigma that I can’t get through and he scores 2 NAPDs from it. A few turns later he does a Jackson dig and installs what I figured was the winning agenda on his last click so I’m in desperate need to win. I think I hit ProCo twice and then decide to try a Makers Eye. I had all three RDi’s at this point so I see 6 cards but the architect gets to fire again. I completely miss and only have 1 click left so there’s no way for me to get in and prevent his final score. I say that I think that’s game but I run HQ on my last click and miss. He advances three times and wins to knock me out. I don’t think I made any big mistakes this match, just never drew into the Mimic so I could lock down R&D. I think if I get the Mimic out I have a huge chance to win. My deck didn’t have any economy trouble all day and I think I would’ve been able to maintain a 3 or 4 deep R&D lock which is pretty much game over for the corp.

What a day. First big competitive tournament and end up the #1 seed only to lose my first two games and be the first one out. I had a blast and I’m glad I went out that quickly even though I was really hoping for top 4 to get the sweet Kit playmat. Ended up scoring a second Chaos Theory alt art since they had 10 extras along with the top 8 deck box. Can’t wait to play another tournament like this and I think I’ll definitely be a better player from this experience. Looking forward to making it to a few more Store Championships this season!

Can’t forget to throw a shoutout to Flat Land Games for running a great event. They have a really awesome space to play in, with tons of room. Even though I was nervous, that quickly went away and I was really comfortable all day. The staff was super nice as well. I’ll probably be back if they have any more big tournaments worthy of the hour and 20 minute drive like this one.

– Andrew Webber

Android Netrunner Results – February 3, 2015

Android Netrunner Results – February 3, 2015

Order & Chaos has officially made its splash into the Toledo-area Netrunner scene! Round 7 is complete, and we’re only 1 week away from the Top 4 Playoff. Drake took his first #1 finish, with a brand new Valencia deck, and his familiar RP deck. Valencia ended up being rather popular, with 3 separate players bringing her, but she wasn’t quite as successful as Austin, and his MaxX deck, on the runner side. Join us again in two weeks, as we wrap up the Winter 2014 season at Frogtown Hobbies!

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Drake Cutcher
(Valencia Estevez / Replicating Perfection)
10 15 1 2 1-1-0
2. Joel Szirony
(Valencia Estevez / Argus Security)
8 18 1 3 1-2-0
3. Mark Panetta
(Valencia Estevez / Blue Sun)
8 13 1 1 1-0-1
4. Austin Mills
(MaxX / The Shadow*)
7 20 2 2 2-0-1
5. Larry Carter
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Making News)
6 16 1 2 1-1-1
6. Jacob Merkle
(Gabriel Santiago / Personal Evolution)
6 14 0 1 0-1-1
7. Andrew Webber
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Engineering the Future)
2 21 0 1 0-1-2

(*Austin actually played as Titan Transnational.)
SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Drake Cutcher vs Joel Szirony
Table 2 Larry Carter vs Mark Panetta
Table 3 Austin Mills vs Andrew Webber
Table 4 Jacob Merkle vs Bye

Results

Round 1
1 Jacob Merkle vs Joel Szirony 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Larry Carter vs Andrew Webber 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Mark Panetta vs Austin Mills 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Drake Cutcher vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 Drake Cutcher vs Austin Mills 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Larry Carter vs Jacob Merkle 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Mark Panetta vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Drake Cutcher vs Joel Szirony 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Larry Carter vs Mark Panetta 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Austin Mills vs Andrew Webber 3 : 0 (R 1:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Jacob Merkle vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)

Statistics

Runner Identities

Corp Identities

Wins

Wins by Runner Faction

Wins by Corp Faction

Wins by Runner Identity

Wins by Corp identity

Win Types

Android Netrunner Results – January 20, 2015

Android Netrunner Results – January 20, 2015

Round 6 of our Winter Organized Play Season was wrapped up with Joel and Larry tied at 10 Prestige, each. Joel got the Strength of Schedule tiebreaker by just TWO points.

This was Phil’s first event, and he did great, finishing in the top half.

We’ve only got two more rounds, and then we’ll have the Top 4 Double Elimination Playoff. More details coming on that, soon.

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Joel Szirony
(Andromeda / Replicating Perfection)
10 22 2 3 2-1-0
2. Larry Carter
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Industrial Genomics)
10 20 2 3 2-1-0
3. Jacob Merkle
(Gabriel Santiago / Personal Evolution)
8 18 2 2 2-0-1
4. Phil Fry
(Gabriel Santiago / Harmony Medtech)
6 18 1 2 1-1-1
5. Ben Thompson
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Blue Sun)
4 19 1 1 1-0-2
6. Andrew Webber
(Noise / Cerebral Imaging)
4 17 1 0 0-2-1
7. Mark Panetta
(Leela Patel / NEXT Design)
4 15 1 1 1-0-2
8. Austin Mills
(Nasir Meidan / Harmony Medtech)
1 12 0 0 0-1-2

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Larry Carter vs Phil Fry
Table 2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber
Table 3 Jacob Merkle vs Mark Panetta
Table 4 Austin Mills vs Ben Thompson

Results

Round 1
1 Jacob Merkle vs Joel Szirony 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Austin Mills vs Andrew Webber 1 : 3 (R 1:1 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Larry Carter vs Ben Thompson 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Mark Panetta vs Phil Fry 0 : 3 (R 0:2 C · C 0:1 R)
Round 2
1 Larry Carter vs Joel Szirony 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Phil Fry vs Andrew Webber 3 : 1 (R 1:1 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Austin Mills vs Mark Panetta 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Jacob Merkle vs Ben Thompson 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Larry Carter vs Phil Fry 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Jacob Merkle vs Mark Panetta 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Austin Mills vs Ben Thompson 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)

Statistics

Runner Identities

Corp Identities

Wins

Wins by Runner Faction

Wins by Corp Faction

Wins by Runner Identity

Wins by Corp identity

Win Types

Android Netrunner Results – January 6, 2015

Android Netrunner Results – January 6, 2015

Thanks to everyone who came out to Round 5 of our Winter 2014 Organized Play Season! We had a great time, with 9 people attending. Wins were split down the middle, with 12 Corp wins and 12 Runner wins. So much for the Corp being over powered, right now, huh? And how about Anarch taking 41.7% of Runner wins? Craziness!

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Joel Szirony
(Andromeda / Blue Sun)
12 12 3 3 3-0-0
2. John Gregory
(Quetzal / Near-Earth Hub)
8 21 2 2 1-2-0
3. Keith LaRue
(Leela Patel / Near-Earth Hub)
8 16 2 2 1-2-0
4. Jacob Merkle
(Quetzal / Personal Evolution)
7 14 1 1 1-0-1
5. Larry Carter
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Making News)
6 22 1 2 1-1-1
6. Austin Mills
(Noise / Engineering the Future)
6 16 1 2 1-1-1
7. Andrew Webber
(Noise / The Foundry)
6 15 1 0 0-1-1
8. Ben Thompson
(Andromeda / Harmony Medtech)
4 18 0 0 0-0-2
9. Drake Cutcher
(Chaos Theory / Blue Sun)
2 26 1 0 0-1-2

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Joel Szirony vs Larry Carter
Table 2 John Gregory vs Keith LaRue
Table 3 Andrew Webber vs Jacob Merkle
Table 4 Drake Cutcher vs Austin Mills
Table 5 Ben Thompson vs Bye

Results

Round 1
1 John Gregory vs Jacob Merkle 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Ben Thompson vs Joel Szirony 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Austin Mills vs Larry Carter 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Drake Cutcher vs Keith LaRue 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Andrew Webber vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 John Gregory vs Andrew Webber 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Drake Cutcher 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Keith LaRue vs Austin Mills 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Larry Carter vs Ben Thompson 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
5 Jacob Merkle vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Joel Szirony vs Larry Carter 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 John Gregory vs Keith LaRue 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Andrew Webber vs Jacob Merkle 0 : 3 (R 0:1 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Drake Cutcher vs Austin Mills 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Ben Thompson vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)

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Android Netrunner Results – December 23, 2014

Android Netrunner Results – December 23, 2014

We’re a few days late, posting this, but that doesn’t take away from the AWESOME time we had last Tuesday! We had 10 folks come out. Austin and John ended up tied at the end of the night, so they flipped a coin for “1st place”. Congrats guys!

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Austin Mills
(Andromeda / Personal Evolution)
9 16 2 3 2-1-0
2. John Gregory
(Quetzal / Cerebral Imaging)
9 16 2 3 2-1-0
3. Jacob Merkle
(Noise / Personal Evolution)
8 20 1 3 1-2-0
4. Dan Fackelman
(Gabriel Santiago / Blue Sun)
8 15 2 2 1-2-0
5. Larry Carter
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Making News)
6 19 1 2 1-1-1
6. Joel Szirony
(Andromeda / Custom Biotics)
5 14 3 0 0-3-0
7. Drake Cutcher
(Chaos Theory / Replicating Perfection)
4 19 1 1 1-0-2
8. Andrew Cuprys
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / NEXT Design)
4 16 1 1 0-2-1
9. Andrew Webber
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Custom Biotics)
2 20 1 0 0-1-2
10. Ben Thompson
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Building a Better World)
2 16 0 1 0-1-2
SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 John Gregory vs Jacob Merkle
Table 2 Larry Carter vs Austin Mills
Table 3 Drake Cutcher vs Dan Fackelman
Table 4 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber
Table 5 Andrew Cuprys vs Ben Thompson

Results

Round 1
1 Ben Thompson vs Jacob Merkle 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Austin Mills vs Andrew Webber 3 : 0 (R 1:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Dan Fackelman vs Larry Carter 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Cuprys 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Drake Cutcher vs John Gregory 0 : 3 (R 0:1 C · C 0:2 R)
Round 2
1 Jacob Merkle vs Austin Mills 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 John Gregory vs Andrew Cuprys 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Dan Fackelman vs Joel Szirony 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Larry Carter vs Andrew Webber 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
5 Ben Thompson vs Drake Cutcher 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
Round 3
1 John Gregory vs Jacob Merkle 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Larry Carter vs Austin Mills 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Drake Cutcher vs Dan Fackelman 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber 1 : 2 (R 1:0 C · C 0:2 R)
5 Andrew Cuprys vs Ben Thompson 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)

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Android Netrunner Winter 2014 Organized Play Kit

Android Netrunner Winter 2014 Organized Play Kit

Freelancer Playmat - Weyland Building a Better World Alt-Art - Plascrete Carapace Alt-Art - Weyland Deck Box

 

2014’s Winter Kit features Freelancer, Building a Better World, Plascrete Carapace, and of course, Weyland, on the deck boxes. For our local organized play, we have donated a custom Scorched Earth playmat to the prize pool.


Freelancer Card Art Playmat

Freelancer Playmat


Weyland – Building a Better World Alt-Art Identity

Weyland - Building a Better World - Alt-Art


Plascrete Carapace Alt-Art

Plascrete Carapace Alt-Art


Weyland Deck Box

Weyland Deck Box

Android Netrunner Results – December 9, 2014

Android Netrunner Results – December 9, 2014

The third round of our Winter 2014 season was a blast! It was Mark, Matt, and Daniel’s first night of participation in the Winter season. As we’re moving forward, it’s exciting to see our weekly number growing, and new faces coming in. If you’re reading this, and have never been to an event, please consider coming out! We’re all willing to help with any rules questions, and we’d love to see the game grow in the Toledo area.

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Mark Panetta
(Andromeda / Making News)
10 16 2 3 2-1-0
2. Matt Purdue
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Replicating Perfection)
9* 20* 1 3 1-2-0
3. Andrew Webber
(Chaos Theory / Custom Biotics)
6 21 2 1 1-1-1
4. Austin Mills
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Near-Earth Hub)
6* 17* 2 1 1-2-0
5. Joel Szirony
(Gabriel Santiago / Blue Sun)
6 14 1 2 1-1-1
6. Larry Carter
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Replicating Perfection)
4 18 1 1 0-2-1
7. Daniel Fackelman
(Gabriel Santiago / Blue Sun)
4 12 1 1 0-2-1
8. Jacob Merkle
(Noise / Personal Evolution)
2 19 0 1 0-1-2

* = These numbers are updated from the standings given at the end of the tournament. Matt and Austin tied at 0 agenda points each, at the end of their second match, in the third round. According to tournament rules they both receive 1 prestige. This was not updated in the system before stats were exported.

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Mark Panetta vs Andrew Webber
Table 2 Matt Purdue vs Austin Mills
Table 3 Joel Szirony vs Larry Carter
Table 4 Daniel Fackelmon vs Jacob Merkle

Results

Round 1
1 Mark Panetta vs Jacob Merkle 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Daniel Fackelmon 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Andrew Webber vs Austin Mills 2 : 1 (R 2:0 C · C 0:1 R)
4 Matt Purdue vs Larry Carter 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 Matt Purdue vs Mark Panetta 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Austin Mills vs Jacob Merkle 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Larry Carter vs Daniel Fackelmon 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
Round 3
1 Mark Panetta vs Andrew Webber 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Matt Purdue vs Austin Mills 3 : 1 (R 1:1 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Joel Szirony vs Larry Carter 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Daniel Fackelmon vs Jacob Merkle 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)

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View the Season Standings here

Android Netrunner Results – November 25, 2014

Android Netrunner Results – November 25, 2014

Round 2 of our Winter 2014 Android Netrunner Organized Play is in the books! We still have three quarters of the season left, so if you’re on the fence about coming out, just do it! We’d love to add more people into the group!

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Joel Szirony
(Gabriel Santiago / Blue Sun)
10 18 2 3 2-1-0
2. Ben Thompson
(Quetzal / Building a Better World)
8 17 0 2 0-2-0
3. Drake Cutcher
(Chaos Theory / Replicating Perfection)
7 19 1 3 1-2-0
4. Larry Carter
(Silhouette / Making News)
6 20 2 1 1-1-1
5. Andrew Webber
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Custom Biotics)
6 13 0 1 0-1-1
6. Austin Mills
(Ken “Express” Tenma / Tennin Institute)
5 11 1 0 0-1-1
7. Jacob Merkle
(Noise / Making News)
4 21 2 0 0-2-1

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Joel Szirony vs Ben Thompson
Table 2 Drake Cutcher vs Andrew Webber
Table 3 Larry Carter vs Jacob Merkle
Table 4 Austin Mills vs Bye

Results

Round 1
1 Austin Mills vs Drake Cutcher 0 : 3 (R 0:1 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Jacob Merkle 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Andrew Webber vs Larry Carter 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Ben Thompson vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 Joel Szirony vs Larry Carter 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Ben Thompson vs Drake Cutcher 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Austin Mills vs Jacob Merkle 1 : 2 (R 1:0 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Andrew Webber vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Joel Szirony vs Ben Thompson 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Drake Cutcher vs Andrew Webber 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Larry Carter vs Jacob Merkle 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Austin Mills vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)

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Android Netrunner Results – Nov. 11, 2014

Android Netrunner Results – Nov. 11, 2014

The first night of our Winter 2014 Organized Play is in the books! We saw lots of Jinteki, and lots of Flatlining, once again. Now that everyone has those awesome Plascrete Alt-Art cards, we should see less of that… or will we?

We also revealed the finalized design of the Board in Toledo Playmat that’s being given away as a prize at the end of the season. The design is based off of everyone’s favorite Weyland card to hate, Scorched Earth.

Players and Ranking

Rank Name Prestige SoS RW CW W-T-L
1. Joel Szirony
(Gabriel Santiago / Blue Sun)
10 15 3 2 2-1-0
2. Larry Carter
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Replicating Perfection)
8 18 1 3 1-2-0
3. Austin Mills
(Rielle “Kit” Peddler / Personal Evolution)
8 14 0 2 0-2-0
4. Legend Montgomery
(Gabriel Santiago / Building a Better World)
6 22 1 2 0-3-0
5. Jacob Merkle
(Ken “Express” Tenma / Personal Evolution)
6 13 1 0 0-1-1
6. Andrew Webber
(Kate “Mac” McCaffrey / Custom Biotics)
5 16 1 0 0-1-1
7. Drake Cutcher
(Chaos Theory / Replicating Perfection)
4 24 0 2 0-2-1

SoS: Strength of Schedule / RW: Runner Wins / CW: Corp Wins / W-T-L: Win-Tie-Loss

Pairings for Round 3

Player 1 Player 2
Table 1 Austin Mills vs Larry Carter
Table 2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber
Table 3 Legend Montgomery vs Drake Cutcher
Table 4 Jacob Merkle vs Bye

Results

Round 1
1 Andrew Webber vs Jacob Merkle 1 : 2 (R 1:0 C · C 0:2 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Legend Montgomery 2 : 2 (R 2:0 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Drake Cutcher vs Larry Carter 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Austin Mills vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 2
1 Austin Mills vs Legend Montgomery 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Drake Cutcher vs Joel Szirony 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
3 Jacob Merkle vs Larry Carter 0 : 4 (R 0:2 C · C 0:2 R)
4 Andrew Webber vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
Round 3
1 Austin Mills vs Larry Carter 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
2 Joel Szirony vs Andrew Webber 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)
3 Legend Montgomery vs Drake Cutcher 2 : 2 (R 0:2 C · C 2:0 R)
4 Jacob Merkle vs Bye 4 : 0 (R 2:0 C · C 2:0 R)

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