A good guess would be 10 AM to noon, but the Evo website will be updated with that info. When you will actually play is another thing…there will be hundreds of people, and all. They worked out the pool system pretty well last year. Basically you get a number for each tourney registration (i had pool 3 for MvC2 and pool 12 for CvS2, for example), and they announce when your pool is up Pool 1 plays right away on Friday, while if you’re in pool #8, you have time to go downstairs and get a sandwich and lose to Vegita-X or say hello to people, etc. I think they might have been running two pools at once last year, but I honestly don’t remember. Pools take maybe an hour or so to run…?
#2. Bring deodorant. For real. The Stink was averted last year, but only because people had the foresight to bathe and use deodorant. Smash Bros. players will be coming this year, and either way- we can’t expect lighting to strike the same place twice.
#3. If you’re staying at the Shilo Inn, make you have an RF switch for whatever consoles you’re brining, since their TVs don’t have the a/v inputs.
Watch your drug/alcohol intake, especially if you play early the next day.
You don’t wanna overspend, but have access to as much money as possible, in case of emergency.
It’s not a chick. It’s Ricky Ortiz. Back away.