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Posted by TheZinger 
January 26, 2014 10:37AM
How many points must a person have to play in the championships?
When can a player drop down a division after accepting a finishing prize?

I ask because I thought they were changed within the past year, but can't find it.

Terry Zeringue
Re: rules
January 26, 2014 12:16PM
I believe that you must have 2 points to play in a championship and you must remain in a division for 4 events after cashing.

Casey Cox
"If you aint first, you're last." -- Ricky Bobby's daddy

2007-2008 SN Amateur Player of the Year
SN advanced single season points record holder - 466 (2007-2008)
SN advanced single season wins record holder - 16 (2007-2008)
SN advanced single season score record holder - 53.40 (2007-2008)
Re: rules
January 26, 2014 07:08PM
at least 2 points to play in the SNC's

at least 4 consecutive singles events without accepting a finishing award.

They should both be listed in the "New Sn Handbook" stickied to the top of the page.
Re: rules
January 27, 2014 08:09AM
Thanks for the response.

Terry Zeringue
Re: rules
January 27, 2014 10:41AM
Don't let him fool you, Zinger wants to play AM. HA!
Re: rules
January 27, 2014 10:46AM
There is an exception to "2 points to play" for the SNAC & SNDC. Also, a more precise statement of the rule is "one round to play" but of course that just doesn't have the same catchy alliteration.
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