The NCAA Tournament is just around the corner, and as many as 50,000 fans can now enter the tournament, which kicks off at 6 p.m.
ET on March 23.
The Lew and his team of eight players will play one-on-one against a group of 16 invited competitors.
The event is a big deal for the tournament’s organizers and players, as it will determine the winner of the first-ever Lew Lebows Pro Tour.
The league is one of the most prestigious in the world, with the likes of Magic: The Gathering and Grand Prix fame.
To win the tournament in Lew, you’ll need to win a Pro Tour qualifier tournament against a full-sized Pro Tour field of 16 players.
The qualifying tournament takes place on Friday, March 17 at 6:30 p.,m.
EST and features a single-elimination format with only two rounds.
If you want to get your name in the ring, you can get yourself a Pro Points spot by beating two other Lebows players and qualifying for the event.
If the top two players of the tournament are already seeded, there’s a chance you’ll get the chance to play in a Grand Prix event, too.
You can find out how to get involved with Lebows by checking out our article on Lebows.
The rules are simple: a Pro Point is worth 1,000 dollars and a spot in the tournament is worth $1,000.
For the Lebows event, we’ll be taking a look at how to earn Pro Points for each tournament.
The first round of the Pro Tour tournament will feature two games of Magic, as well as the Top 8.
The top two finishers will qualify for the next round.
In the second round, the top four players will face off in a best-of-five, which will determine which player will be seeded into the next season of the Lebow Pro Tour (which will be held in April 2018).
If you’re looking to get into the Lew tournament, check out our coverage on the first Pro Tour in 2018.
The next round of Lebows will take place on Thursday, March 16, and will feature a best of three format.
In that round, one player will face another player in a double-elims format.
The winner of this best-ever-of series will then face the winner in a single elimination format.
Lebows tournaments last for just one week, so if you’ve got some free time, you should head to the tournament.
It will be the second year Lebows is hosting a major tournament and the third year in which the league has expanded to include a Pro Bowl, as they will have a Pro Day for players on March 27.
For more information about Lebows, check our coverage here.
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