Supreme Ventures Limited is ready to deliver an electrifying grand finale of the inaugural Supreme Domino Masters Series. This, after an exciting journey through five community tournaments.
The National Finals, set for Sunday (July 2), is slated to take place at the Chinese Benevolent Association (CBA) in St. Andrew.
It is expected to attract hundreds of domino enthusiasts showcasing their skills in the cutthroat format of the game for a chance to win the title of National Domino Champion and the cash prize of $J1 million.
Senior VP of Retail and Customer Operations, Supreme Ventures Limited, Dwayne Tulloch, expressed his excitement for the upcoming event and said: “It has been an awesome journey, taking the Supreme Domino Masters Series across the island over the past few months. We’re very proud of the growth of the tournament and the camaraderie that has built up amongst the players. If the energy among the domino fraternity is anything to go by, we are all in for some epic domino action at the Finals on July 2 at CBA.”
“Eighty players have already earned a seat at the table by virtue of their strong performance during the tournament, however, the Finals is open to everyone who thinks they have skills to be the domino champion of Jamaica. All they have to do is come to the CBA on Sunday July 2, register and play,” said Tulloch.
“Of course, the fun won’t be limited to only those who are playing. Our spectators will be in for a treat as we are curating an interactive and exciting entertainment package to enhance the overall experience for everyone,” he added.
The players who have already tasted victory in the community tournaments, are eagerly anticipating the ultimate showdown and are already plotting their strategy to take the top prize.
Gerry Gardner, the winner from Montego Bay, revealed that his strategy is to keep his opponents guessing at all times.
“I will employ a deceptive style, utilising unorthodox shots to confound my competitors. Patience will be my virtue, ensuring precision in every move while minimising errors. My goal is to leave my opponents in awe and wondering what hit them,” he said.
Garfield Brissett, the winner from Spanish Town, has planned a similar approach, stating: “My plan is to keep my competitors guessing, leaving them unaware of whether I possess seven strong dominoes per game. By making it difficult for them to read my moves, I will secure my path to triumph.”
David Wright, the reigning champion of Caymanas Park, emphasised, “Consistency, focused concentration, and my unique ability to not only read my opponents’ hands but also their mannerisms will give me the edge required to emerge as the true champion.”
Leroy Cooper, the seasoned player from May Pen, asserts, “My years of experience will serve as my unique element. The lessons I’ve learned and the expertise I’ve honed will guide me towards an inevitable victory.”
SVL has said that the event will commence at 2 p.m. The entry fee is set at $1000.
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