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  1. 100$ de l'heure.
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    28 Aug '07 02:011 edit
    Let's say for example that I join a banded duel tournament. That tournament will appear in "My active tournaments". But if I lose my 2 games and I am eliminated in the first round, why he stay there? When I click on "My active", I should see only the tournaments where I still play, no? If i'm eliminated from some tourneys, they are not active for me anymore! Am I misunderstanding something?!?

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  2. Standard memberDutch Defense
    Stealer of Souls
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    28 Aug '07 02:09
    Originally posted by cubitus
    Let's say for example that I join a banded duel tournament. That tournament will appear in "My active tournaments". But if I lose my 2 games and I am eliminated in the first round, why he stay there? When I click on "My active", I should see only the tournaments where I still play, no? If i'm eliminated from some tourneys, they are not active for me anymore! Am I misunderstanding something?!?

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    On the left-hand side of the page, click on "all my tournaments" and look for the tournaments you were eliminated in, it will be there 😉
  3. Account suspended
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    28 Aug '07 02:31
    Originally posted by cubitus
    Let's say for example that I join a banded duel tournament. That tournament will appear in "My active tournaments". But if I lose my 2 games and I am eliminated in the first round, why he stay there? When I click on "My active", I should see only the tournaments where I still play, no? If i'm eliminated from some tourneys, they are not active for me anymore! Am I misunderstanding something?!?

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    it'll still show up as an active tourney until the next round starts.
  4. 100$ de l'heure.
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    28 Aug '07 20:27
    Originally posted by trevor33
    it'll still show up as an active tourney until the next round starts.
    Thank you!
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