Congratulations to Iver for coming in first in his second 500 point Fight Night in a row, this time at the NJF 2014!
All other results can be found at the Nederlands Jongleer Festival 2014 Fight Night page. Thanks to Brook Roberts for organizing this event and submitting all the details.
One minute of footage of the Fight Night can be seen in this convention montage, starting at 5 minutes 38 seconds:
Iver has now won 6 matches in a row in the knockout rounds, but even more impressively, he’s also gone 27 matches in qualification without losing too, for a total of 33 matches in a row unbeaten! He moves up to third place in the current Fight Night (beta) rankings, and jumps ahead of Luke and Brook to go first in the 2014 points race.
A minor rankings points rule change, for ease of counting and ranking, is that everyone who enters a tournament is awarded a minimum of a single point. This means they get a point even without a single win in the round robin qualifications, or without progressing past the group combat qualification rounds. This means that there are now 109 players listed in the current Fight Night (beta) rankings instead of 103, and the number will only increase as more people take part in tournaments in the near future.
The next Fight Night tournament, this coming weekend, is the Rostock 2014 Fight Night, a 250 point event. The weekend following is the Berlin 2014 Fight Night, which this year will be a 500 or 750 point event.