Round 1 of #Pinburgh: I went 5-7. One first place finish in four games. Mediocre start but still, hopes remain high. I probably could have got another point had I remembered Black Belt better.
My freak event this #pinburgh round: ball jumped over the flippers of Captain Fantastic, and hit the drain so hard it bounced back over the flippers again, back into play.
Round 2 of #pinburgh: I went 7-5, bringing me to 12-12, which would be a good pace for the day if I can keep that up. First place on Wizard Of Oz and Volcano, and had been making a good comeback on Shadow. And I got to watch Roger Sharpe playing nearby.
I'm playing Doodle Bug at #Pinburgh!
Round 3 #Pinburgh: stank. Finished 2-10, sinking me to 14-22 so far today. Next up is lunch.
Round 4 of #pinburgh: I went 4-8, taking me to 18-30. If I have an awesome next round I could make C division; with a good one, earn D. But if I weren't restricted out of it I would likely be heading to the E, "novice", division.
Good omen for #pinburgh tomorrow: I'm scheduled to start on game bank number 39. This bank is named 'Procyon'.
(Chirps in mid-#Pinburgh.)
Round 6 of #Pinburgh: I go 4-8, and while I finished strong with a great game of the early-solid-state Cheetah, it still means I'm 29-43, which isn't much of a record.
#Pinburgh Round 7: bit better; I went 7-5, taking me to 36-48. Had two third-ball rallies that could have gotten me to first place, which is a fair way to finish second on a table.
Round 8 #pinburgh: 8-4, the first time I had a round feel good. My record's 44-52, in striking range of respectable. Two first-place finishes in the round, too. The electromechanical games continue wanting nothing to do with me.
@Austin_Dern They don't bloody want owt to do with me either. When we moved HQ we went to a place with a broader range of temperatures so all the switch stacks expanded and contracted with the seasons and mucked things up. The EMs have been constant problems this tourney.
@cpi I've had that once or twice. It's MADDENING.
(and aye - old lamp sockets are always a bear because the fibre spacer shrinks and causes the metal parts to get wobbly and loose. A drop of very light oil on the spacer will soak into it and let it expand again, tightening things up. After this year's EM debacle I'm gonna do some experiments with oiling switch stacks too, as they're made out of the same material. Will keep you updated on the results)
@ifixcoinops oiling switch stacks??? WTF wow has it come to this?
Clay is up in Michigan, wouldn't he have experienced something like this? Great Lakes areas sometimes a swamp.
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