BOSTON Game Eight

  • Posted on: 7 October 2005
  • By: sean

Game Number:

Event Description:
Standard league game.

YWCA of Cambridge, 7 Temple St, Cambridge MA


Anonymous's picture

You make it to California, we have 20+ juat waiting to beat your champion!

blockhead's picture

Planes fly in both directions.

Don't make a challenge, make an appearance. I'll even pay the $6 for you, so long as you buy me a beer when we beat you.

Jason McG's picture

Hehe. Doesn't our champion play in Burlington? I should head up there one of these weekends to play a few rounds with them.

Where in California exactly are games being played,
I wonder?

I don't think I'll be able to make the game this weekend, so you better bring you bike to the last game.

blockhead's picture

unless it rains, I will

sean's picture

Since when does rain matter?

Anonymous's picture

since the bike in question has a velour seat

and a battery pack

better to be safe

animatorgeek's picture

I've been trying to get games going here in LA for a while now, but it seems to be really hard to get people who've expressed interest to even come out for a game. So far I've only ever seen one person from the seven or eight who responded to my initial inquiries, and he only came once. I do have two friends who are regulars and they sometimes bring their housemate, but it would sure be nice to have more than four people so that "getting out" actually means something.


Anonymous's picture

I'm not really the person to answer this, but I'll give it a shot. You need to advertise, advertise, advertise. Posters, Craigslist, sidewalk chalk, you name it, and set that all up so people can go and play on a whim. Helps if you can get a lot of pedestrian traffic too.

You also might want to check out MySpace. I've seen a number of little communities who play the game, none quite as organized as we are, but some of them might be active and might just be in your neighborhood.

Good luck David!

Jason McG's picture

Silly not being logged in.

sean's picture

Find some very public places to play, foot traffic is an effective marketing tool. People are likely to see you playing and then want to join in and maybe return.

Call the papers or send an email about regular times and dates for games. Keep sending it. Eventually your persistence will pay off.

sean's picture

Its the second to last game too, so if you sunny California kids want to take shots at our champions (men's and women's) then you better git onit realll quicklike.