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Half time report:

Cup Semi-Final:

Achiyama                 0:0     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

France (E2) (ET)          :   W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (E2) (1st)         :   D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Germany (2nd)             :      Germany (E1) (ET)
Germany (ET)              :   D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (E2) (2nd)         :      Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (1st)             :      France ® (1st)
                          :      Germany (E1) (1st)
                          :      France (ET)
                          :      France (2nd)
Unless France forces a win in extra-time, Chokoryu will lead with one goal.

Bowl Semi-Final:

Kuroimori                0:0     Jejima
(Belgium)                        (Romania)

Germany (E1) (1st)        :   L  Wales (2nd)
Portugal (2nd)        W   :      Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (E1) (2nd)        :   D  Wales (1st)
Wales (1st)           D   :      Germany (E1) (1st)
Portugal (1st)        D   :      Germany (E1) (ET)
Wales (2nd)           L   :   W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (2nd)              :   D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (1st)              :   D  Wales (ET)
Germany (E1) (ET)         :   D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Portugal (ET)         D   :      
France (ET)               :      
Wales (ET)            D   :      
Things are already looking dire for our MC: if France doesn't win the 1st half, Jejima is bound to lose the match. Edited by Jakusotsu

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2016 EURO

BENCH PLATE

1/2 Final Knockout Match:

Mr. FLUFFY vs. NANTONOYAMA

Mr. FLUFFY (Drone)

1. Portugal (1st) 2. Portugal (2nd), 3. Portugal (ET), 4. Wales (E2) (1st), 5. Wales (E2) (2nd), 6. Wales (E2) (ET)

Comment:

vs.

NANTONOYAMA

1. Germany (2nd) 2. Germany (ET), 3. France (E2) (1st), 4. Germany (1st), 5. France (E2) (ET), 6. France (E2) (2nd)

Comment:

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BENCH BOWL

1/2 Final Knockout Match:

McBUGGER vs. CHIYONOSORA

McBUGGER

1. France (E1) (ET) 2. France (E1) (2nd), 3. France (E1) (1st)

Comment:

vs.

CHIYONOSORA

1. Germany (1st), 2. Germany (2nd), 3. Germany (ET), 4. France (ET), 5. France (2nd), 6. France (1st)

Comment: waaaaaahhhh, instill cannot crawl ;(

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GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY!!!

REFIOJI ACHIYAMA

Edited by Achiyama

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Semifinal matches BC-SF2 and BP-SF2

Only one slot brought a result in the two matches yet. Still anything can happen.

Round4-01.jpg

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2016 EURO - SEMI FINALS

BENCH PLATE

Knockout match:

Mr. FLUFFY vs. NANTONOYAMA

Mr. FLUFFY is done with his scoring. He sits pretty well with a win at Spot #2.

NANTONOYAMA hasn't started yet.

No predictions - everything can happen.

Result: No score (at the moment)

Here is the scoring after the 1st 1/2 final (real) match:

2016-Euro-SF-Plate-1_zpsgdsd3ngl.png

Edited by Achiyama

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2016 EURO - SEMI FINALS

BENCH BOWL

Knockout match:

McBUGGER vs. CHIYONOSORA

Nobody recorded a scoring.

Tomorrow is the DAY.

Result: No score (at the moment)

Here is the scoring after the 1st 1/2 final (real) match:

2016-Euro-SF-Bowl-1_zpsqayy0u1s.png

Edited by Achiyama

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Bench Saucer Finals
BS-F1 - Refioji Jejima
shumitto (Turkey)

shumitto: 1. Germany (1st), 2. Germany (2nd), 3. Germany (ET)

Comment: To be honest, I thought I had been eliminated when I lost the second game.

vs

Krisachiyama (Czech R.)

1. Germany (ET), 2. Germany (2nd), 3. Germany (1st), 4. Wales (E1) (ET), 5. Wales (E1) (1st), 6. Portugal (2nd), 7. Wales (E1) (2nd), 8. Portugal (1st),9. Portugal © (ET)

Jejima's comment: The overall result (a win to Krisachiyama) is already determined. The question is, does the game to extra time? What is the final result? So, well done to Krisachiyama for picking up some silverware! See Jakusotsu's comment below!

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Edited by Jejima

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Jejima's comment: The overall result (a win to Krisachiyama) is already determined.

How so? If Germany wins the 1st half and loses in extra-time...
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Wow! A hair-raising penalty kick in additional time keeps Jejima in the match.

Edit: Er, no, actually it doesn't.

Bowl Semi-Final:

Kuroimori                0:0     Jejima
(Belgium)                        (Romania)

Germany (E1) (1st)    L  0:0  L  Wales (2nd)
Portugal (2nd)        W   :      Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (E1) (2nd)        :   D  Wales (1st)
Wales (1st)           D   :x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
Portugal (1st)        D   :x     Germany (E1) (ET)
Wales (2nd)           L   :x  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (2nd)              :x  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (1st)          W   :x  D  Wales (ET)
Germany (E1) (ET)         :x  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Portugal (ET)         D   :x     
France (ET)               :x     
Wales (ET)            D   :x     
No matter what will happen in the second half, Kuroimori will score one goal more than Jejima and procedes to the final.

In the Cup Semi-Final between Achiyama and Chokoryu, everything is still possible.

Edited by Jakusotsu

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Jejima's comment: The overall result (a win to Krisachiyama) is already determined.

How so? If Germany wins the 1st half and loses in extra-time...

It didn't happen.....and Krisachiyama is happy! :-)

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Wow! A hair-raising penalty kick in additional time keeps Jejima in the match.Edit: Er, no, actually it doesn't.

Bowl Semi-Final:

Kuroimori                0:0     Jejima
(Belgium)                        (Romania)

Germany (E1) (1st)    L  0:0  L  Wales (2nd)
Portugal (2nd)        W   :      Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (E1) (2nd)        :   D  Wales (1st)
Wales (1st)           D   :x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
Portugal (1st)        D   :x     Germany (E1) (ET)
Wales (2nd)           L   :x  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (2nd)              :x  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (1st)          W   :x  D  Wales (ET)
Germany (E1) (ET)         :x  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Portugal (ET)         D   :x     
France (ET)               :x     
Wales (ET)            D   :x
No matter what will happen in the second half, Kuroimori will score one goal more than Jejima and procedes to the final.In the Cup Semi-Final between Achiyama and Chokoryu, everything is still possible.

Still a veeery late party pooper caused by such an experienced player like Schweinsteiger.

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Final report for the Semi-Finals

Cup Semi-Final:

Achiyama                 1:1     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

France (E2) (ET)      D  0:1  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (E2) (1st)     W  1:0  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Germany (2nd)         L  x:0  D  Germany (E1) (ET)
Germany (ET)          D  x:0  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (E2) (2nd)     W  x:x  L  Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (1st)         L  x:x  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:x  D  France (ET)
                         x:x  W  France (2nd)
The match ends in a draw after regular time. To quote Jejima for extra time rules:

"The chain restarts for extra time from the slot after the one that ended the normal time results. (It does not go back to the start.)"

Cup Semi-Final (extra time):

Achiyama                 1:4     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

Germany (1st)         L  x:2  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:0  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:0  D  France (ET)
                         x:1  W  France (2nd)
I'm not 100% sure whether Chokoryu's 4th goal still counts after Germany's loss in the second slot, but I can't see why it shouldn't. Either way, like her representative team Chokoryu advances to the Cup Final - omedeto!

Bowl Semi-Final:

Kuroimori                1:0     Jejima
(Belgium)                        (Romania)

Germany (E1) (1st)    L  0:0  L  Wales (2nd)
Portugal (2nd)        W  1:x  L  Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (E1) (2nd)    L  x:x  D  Wales (1st)
Wales (1st)           D  x:x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
Portugal (1st)        D  x:x  D  Germany (E1) (ET)
Wales (2nd)           L  x:x  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (2nd)          W  x:x  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (1st)          W  x:x  D  Wales (ET)
Germany (E1) (ET)     D  x:x  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Portugal (ET)         D  x:x     
France (ET)           D  x:x     
Wales (ET)            D  x:x     
Kuroimori had the best stamina (i.e. fullest squad) of all, but his lineup was far from unbeatable. Alas, Jejima put too much trust in his neighbouring country.

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Bench Cup Semifinal 2

The regular time ended with 0:0, with Germany's loss both chains were broken very early.

The extra time didn't bring more luck, neither a result. Wales is the representative team of Fujiko, so despite of the draw, her chain has broken in Slot 3.

Mischashimaru couldn't stand much longer, only for one more slot.

The match went to the penalties. Fujiko scored two goals and Mischashimaru missed the first two shots. Then in the third round he kicked one while Fujiko missed it.

Both players missed the fourth and fifth series. This way, the winner is Fujiko!

Round4-Match1.jpg

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Bench Plate Semifinal 2

This match was decided in normal time. France won both halftimes and it means two goals for Jakusotsu. Chishafuwaku bet on Germany, so only Portugal's second-half win scored a goal for him.

Round4-Match2.jpg

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Final report for the Semi-Finals

Cup Semi-Final:

Achiyama                 1:1     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

France (E2) (ET)      D  0:1  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (E2) (1st)     W  1:0  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Germany (2nd)         L  x:0  D  Germany (E1) (ET)
Germany (ET)          D  x:0  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (E2) (2nd)     W  x:x  L  Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (1st)         L  x:x  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:x  D  France (ET)
                         x:x  W  France (2nd)
The match ends in a draw after regular time. To quote Jejima for extra time rules:

"The chain restarts for extra time from the slot after the one that ended the normal time results. (It does not go back to the start.)"

Cup Semi-Final (extra time):

Achiyama                 1:4     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

Germany (1st)         L  x:2  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:0  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:0  D  France (ET)
                         x:1  W  France (2nd)
I'm not 100% sure whether Chokoryu's 4th goal still counts after Germany's loss in the second slot, but I can't see why it shouldn't. Either way, like her representative team Chokoryu advances to the Cup Final - omedeto!

I don't think this will change things, but I'm curious. Given the rule quoted, why doesn't Achiyama restart with Germany (ET)? Didn't his chain break with Germany (2nd)? (sorry for the question, I've been trying to understand the rules)

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Final report for the Semi-Finals

Cup Semi-Final:

Achiyama                 1:1     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

France (E2) (ET)      D  0:1  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (E2) (1st)     W  1:0  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Germany (2nd)         L  x:0  D  Germany (E1) (ET)
Germany (ET)          D  x:0  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (E2) (2nd)     W  x:x  L  Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (1st)         L  x:x  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:x  D  France (ET)
                         x:x  W  France (2nd)
The match ends in a draw after regular time. To quote Jejima for extra time rules:

"The chain restarts for extra time from the slot after the one that ended the normal time results. (It does not go back to the start.)"

Cup Semi-Final (extra time):

Achiyama                 1:4     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

Germany (1st)         L  x:2  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:0  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:0  D  France (ET)
                         x:1  W  France (2nd)
I'm not 100% sure whether Chokoryu's 4th goal still counts after Germany's loss in the second slot, but I can't see why it shouldn't. Either way, like her representative team Chokoryu advances to the Cup Final - omedeto!

I don't think this will change things, but I'm curious. Given the rule quoted, why doesn't Achiyama restart with Germany (ET)? Didn't his chain break with Germany (2nd)? (sorry for the question, I've been trying to understand the rules)

"Normal time" means the normal time of the bench match. It ended in Slot 5 where Chokoryu's chain was broken. So the extra time begins in Slot 6.

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2016 EURO - SEMI FINALS

BENCH PLATE

Knockout match:

Mr. FLUFFY vs. NANTONOYAMA

WOW! Unprecedented I think.

The official Drone Mr. FLUFFY won and is moving to the FINALS of the BENCH PLATE. Congratulations!

Result: 1:0 win for Mr. Fluffy (Bae Dat must be very happy and proud!)

Here is the scoring after the completion of the 1/2 final (real) matches:

2016-Euro-SF-Plate-2-final_zpspppuryrr.p

Edited by Achiyama

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2016 EURO - SEMI FINALS

BENCH BOWL

Knockout match:

McBUGGER vs. CHIYONOSORA

Another WOW!

The depleted squad of McBUGGER got the win here. Congratulations!

CHIYONOSORA chose to trust Germany more, which caused him the defeat.

Result: 2:0 win for McBUGGER who goes to the FINALS of the BENCH BOWL.

Here is the scoring after the completion of the 1/2 final (real) matches:

2016-Euro-SF-Bowl-2-final_zps0g1bofg8.pn

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Final report for the Semi-Finals

Cup Semi-Final:

Achiyama                 1:1     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

France (E2) (ET)      D  0:1  W  Portugal (E2) (2nd)
France (E2) (1st)     W  1:0  D  Portugal (E2) (ET)
Germany (2nd)         L  x:0  D  Germany (E1) (ET)
Germany (ET)          D  x:0  D  Portugal (E2) (1st)
France (E2) (2nd)     W  x:x  L  Germany (E1) (2nd)
Germany (1st)         L  x:x  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:x  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:x  D  France (ET)
                         x:x  W  France (2nd)
The match ends in a draw after regular time. To quote Jejima for extra time rules:

"The chain restarts for extra time from the slot after the one that ended the normal time results. (It does not go back to the start.)"

Cup Semi-Final (extra time):

Achiyama                 1:4     Chokoryu
(Switzerland)                    (France)

Germany (1st)         L  x:2  W  France ® (1st)
                         x:0  L  Germany (E1) (1st)
                         x:0  D  France (ET)
                         x:1  W  France (2nd)
I'm not 100% sure whether Chokoryu's 4th goal still counts after Germany's loss in the second slot, but I can't see why it shouldn't. Either way, like her representative team Chokoryu advances to the Cup Final - omedeto!

I don't think this will change things, but I'm curious. Given the rule quoted, why doesn't Achiyama restart with Germany (ET)? Didn't his chain break with Germany (2nd)? (sorry for the question, I've been trying to understand the rules)

"Normal time" means the normal time of the bench match. It ended in Slot 5 where Chokoryu's chain was broken. So the extra time begins in Slot 6.

Correct. Also, the slots with no teams count as 'losses', so Jakusotsu is correct in the final score (after extra time) being 4-1.

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A reminder of the rules for semi-final matches being decided on penalties....

Semi-final penalty takers


Players need to submit a list of all 8 teams still in the competition in order of likelihood that they will reach the finals.

If the team reaches the finals, it scores the equivalent of two penalties. If it loses in the semi-finals, it is just one penalty. The sudden-death element of the penalty shoot-out starts from the fourth selection onward.

If there is still a tie after all of that, the list of penalty takers submitted for the quarter-finals, and then the round of 16 will be used to continue the sudden death penalty shoot-out. Only teams reaching the finals will count- and will only score a single penalty.

If there is still a tie after that, then it is the player with the fewest red cards, then fewest yellow cards that progresses. After that, it is the player that did best in the group matches, that progresses. If still evenly matched, then, the player who has/had the lowest ranked ® team at the start of the tournament will progress.

For anyone missing the deadline, the first eight on list of penalty takers submitted/('droned') for the quarter-finals will be used - including any teams that have already been eliminated from the competition.


The deadline for submitting the semi-final penalty takers, is the kick-off time of the first match of the quarter-finals.

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For the above reason, Fujiko still won on her match on penalties, but the final score was 6-3. Looks like Fujiko had the perfect set of PK takers!

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Is there a score for the Bench Saucer Final? I've seen references to Krisachiyama winning over Shumitto, but no score.

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Is there a score for the Bench Saucer Final? I've seen references to Krisachiyama winning over Shumitto, but no score.

Coming up shortly!

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Bench Saucer Finals
BS-F1 - Refioji Jejima
shumitto (Turkey)

shumitto: 1. Germany (1st), 2. Germany (2nd), 3. Germany (ET)

Comment: To be honest, I thought I had been eliminated when I lost the second game.

vs

Krisachiyama (Czech R.)

1. Germany (ET), 2. Germany (2nd), 3. Germany (1st), 4. Wales (E1) (ET), 5. Wales (E1) (1st), 6. Portugal (2nd), 7. Wales (E1) (2nd), 8. Portugal (1st),9. Portugal © (ET)

Jejima's comment: Normal time ends scoreless. But in extra time (starting at slot 4), Krisachiyama scores the only goal of the match, courtesy of Portugal's 2nd half. So, Krisachiyama is the winner of the Bench Saucer!

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Neat result...

shumitto (Turkey) 0-0, 0-1 (ET) Krisachiyama (Czech R.)

Krisachiyama is the winner of the Bench Saucer! Omedetou!

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Hi everyone!

Just four matches left to play (Finals for the Cup, Plate and Bowl, and the 3rd placed play-off match for the Cup) - and four refiojis! Coincidence? Yes!

Below are the line-ups for the last round, along with the refiojis....

Below are the line ups, with refiojis.....
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Bench Cup Finals
Refioji Jakusotsu

Chokoryu (France) vs Fujiko (Wales)

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3rd Place Play-off

Refioji Jejima
Achiyama (Switzerland) vs Mischashimaru (N. Ireland)

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Bench Plate Finals
Refioji Achiyama
Mr Fluffy (Iceland) vs Jakusotsu (Slovakia)

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Bench Bowl Finals
Refioji Nekonishiki
McBugger (Spain) vs Kuroimori (Belgium)

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Bench Saucer Winner

Krisachiyama (Czech R.)


On the plane home (economy class)
Aminoumi (Sweden)
andonishiki (Austria)

Kaiomitsuki (Albania)
Pitinosato (England)

On the plane home (economy plus class)
Bae Dat (Ukraine)
Aoyume (Ireland)

shumitto (Turkey)

On the plane home (business class)
Mr Froggy (Poland)
Ganzohnesushi (Portugal)
Hamcornheinz (Germany)
Nekonishiki (Hungary)

On the plane home (business plus class)

Chiyonosora (Russia)

Jejima (Romania)

On the plane home (First class)

Nantonoyama (Italy)

chishafuwaku (Croatia)

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