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Hello there weebs of similar ranking as me. I would like to welcome you all to our thirty-first
monthly tournament! Welcome, to the Rapid Monthly osu! Tournament!
This tournament will take place on the 30th of March 2019 at 15:00 UTC+0.
A Quick Rundown
This tournament only allows players with a global ranking of #30,000 to #70,000.
Participants may exceed this limit by 2,000 ranks upwards or downwards, as long as they fit the extended rank limit at time of registration. Participants must also fit the extended rank limit at the specified end of registrations. Exceeding it will result in a disqualification from the tournament. There are no other requirements, but I will prohibit "suspicious" people from joining the tournament.
It will be a 1v1, Team VS, single elimination, osu! standard tournament, for people from anywhere around the globe.
This will be a "as-many-as-we-can-get-because-I-will-let-everyone-play-no-matter-what" tournament, which means that as many people as we get, that's the amount of people playing.
The matches will be using Score V1.
This will be a very "rapid" tournament, as it will take only a few hours.
Joining the Discord channel at least for the duration of the tournament is mandatory, as any questions and the tournament itself will work through it.
How to sign up
Just write something on this topic and I'll add you to the list of registered players below, if you fit the set requirements.

Brackets will change 10 minutes before tournament starts

15.3.2019 Start of registration
29.3.2019 22:00 UTC End of registration
14:50 UTC Bracket shuffle
15:00 Start of the tournament - Round 1
15:30 Round 2
16:00 Round 3
16:30 Quarterfinals
17:00 Semifinals
17:30 3rd place match
After 3rd place match Finals

All matches are BO3 (first to 2), except 3rd place and Finals; they are BO5 (first to 3).
Referees will be present from quarterfinals onward.
Results will be posted in the Discord server in the #results channel.
The seeding for the matches will be random and finalized 10 minutes before the start.
The game mode is Team VS, 1v1, Score V1.
Failing the map equals a round loss.
Losing the match equals you being knocked out, as the tournament is a single elimination tournament.
There are no warmups in the match, to keep to the alloted time.
In Free mod there must be a mod in use. Refusing to pick a mod equals in you losing the MATCH.
In the tiebreaker you can use a mod, but you can keep it without a mod as well.
Eligible mods are: Easy, Flashlight, Hard Rock and Hidden.

1. One of the players creates the room and invites the other one
2. !roll for points
3. Loser of !roll bans first map
4. Winner of !roll bans second map
5. Winner of !roll picks first map
6. Loser of !roll picks second map
7. If the result is 1 - 1, the Tiebreaker is played
8. After the match is done, post the MP link in #results

No Mod
Dark PHOENiX - Hiroari Shoots a Strange Bird [Lunatic] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/321557 ; picked by DomenBzo
M2U - Quo Vadis [Extreme] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/485284 ; picked by DomenBzo
ROTTENGRAFFTY - 70cm Shihou no Madobe [Super Saiyan God] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1468472 ; picked by Redavor

nanobii - HYPERDRIVE [HYPERNOVA] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1846881 ; picked by Meow Mix

Hard Rock
HHHxMMxST - Oboro [Another] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/202216 ; picked by Meow Mix

Double Time
Yun Zhi Qi & Yin Lin - Jin Li Chao [Eternal] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/297605 ; picked by Redavor

Free Mod
Etherwood - Cast Away [Insane] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/807867 ; picked by Redavor
xi - Bad Elixir [Hyper] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1882215 ; picked by Meow Mix

Shoujo - Reminiscing [Forget-me-not] | https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1363620 ; picked by Redavor

Ever since the ancient Babylonians, people have been calculating the digits of π, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter that starts as 3.1415… and goes on forever. In honor of Pi Day, today March 14 (represented as 3/14 in many parts of the world), we’re excited to announce that we successfully computed π to 31.4 trillion decimal places—31,415,926,535,897 to be exact, or π * 1013. This has broken a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM title , and the first time the record was broken using the cloud, proving Google Cloud’s infrastructure works reliably for long and compute-heavy tasks.
We achieved this feat using y-cruncher, a Pi-benchmark program developed by Alexander J. Yee, using a Google Compute Engine virtual machine cluster. 31.4 trillion digits is almost 9 trillion digits more than the previous world record set in November 2016 by Peter Trueb. Yee independently verified the calculation using Bellard's formula and BBP formula. Here are the last 97 digits of the result.
6394399712 5311093276 9814355656 1840037499 3573460992

1433955296 8972122477 1577728930 8427323262 4739940
You can read more details of this record from y-cruncher's perspective in Yee’s report.
29k i still fit B]
hell yea
imagine still hosting this
Does anyone actually read this
this seems like a fun tournament, count me in please!
im in
I'm in!
Count me in! Thanks!
First tourney, wish me luck
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