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My sources downwards below state that it started on March 8, 1990 in the
Fair Park’s Car Building
and went on for months through 29 different cities (two events being in LA, California) within the United States until the m finals on Dec vii, 1990 at
Universal Studios Hollywood
California. So this contest took over viii months and 29 days. —Marioluigi98
(talk) 01:43, 9 Nov 2015 (UTC)
- My sources downwards below state that it started on March 8, 1990 in the
- I’ve found another source, which may or may not be necessary.
(talk) 01:37, 25 Apr 2016 (UTC)
I can verify that the St. Paul contestant in the 11 and under age grouping was Andrew Luers, based upon the official Contestant Information flyer provided to finalists at the Nintendo World Championships. You can see a scan of this flyer here:
(talk) 23:03, xviii Nov 2008 (UTC)
The list of finalists and winners is a regular target for vandals who put other names in the list. It’southward accurate, and it’s final, per the scan of the official finalist listing
[iii]. Is there some fashion to lock the list from further edits? —TaviRider
(talk) 04:47, 29 May 2011 (UTC)
Destructoid reports a gold copy was sold along with 23 other games for $21,400 in 2007.
Shack news reports the same thing among other sites.
However I’ll let someone non an Anon to add that to the Article itself.126.96.36.199
(talk) 09:04, 19 August 2011 (UTC)
None of what yous said has any proof in information technology. In the AVGN episode (also large fan!) it is not shown who owns which cart. Also, I don’t recollect any class of a source for a cititation would be advisable. Wikipedia would probably delete the video every bit a source, no matter if on YT, or Cinemassacre, or any other of the 100, 000, 000 sites that bear AVGN videos. Also if information technology was mentioned, it should exist called James D. Rolfe (a.k.a the Angry Video Game Nerd). Not just AVGN.
(talk) 19:20, 24 December 2012 (UTC)
I accept your source:
http://world wide web.youtube.com/picket?v=fs2wczJXETM
effectually 8:xx, wiki officials tin verify information technology. or if that does non piece of work:
(talk) 08:08, 7 Jan 2013 (UTC)
Hi. Those link back to the AVGN episode themselves. The event, pointed out past Kelton2 is that their appearance in that the episode itself does non evidence who owns the cartridges. We need a
that states who actually owns those things. —Jtalledo
17:07, vii January 2013 (UTC)
hi, I think AVGN own only reproduction cart, Pat the NES Punk own grey and gilt. in S06E24 of TV show
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxi4c1_pat-the-nes-punk-on-pawn-stars_videogames#.UT7kATd6nmE) yous tin can see purchase understanding, which proves Pat the NES Punk buyed gilded cart direct from Michael Headly. K. Headly is Players Poll Contest Winner of gold cart shown in Nintendo Ability magazine – event #xviii 1990 nov-dec.–BeNiSh
(talk) 08:26, 12 March 2013 (UTC)
is that expiry son of user “Caseys_dad” from myebid.com auction “24 carts for $24” with gold NWC?
(talk) 10:22, 12 March 2013 (UTC)
Let’s hope it sells and gets picked upwardly on by the media. This would make an interesting evolution for the article. Thank you
18:22, 25 January 2014 (UTC)
I’ve had to rewrite the section in question in a less tabloid and more encyclopaedic fashion since it didn’t seem advisable. I besides didn’t run into the need to point out that one of the bids was at ~$30,000 since the concluding bid was ~$99,000. Why point that out equally notable? Cheers
09:30, 27 Jan 2014 (UTC)
The post-obit is a airtight discussion of a
Please exercise not alter it.
Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on the talk page. Editors desiring to contest the closing decision should consider a
motility review. No farther edits should be made to this section.
That article was, in itself, an deed of defoliation and is thus now a redirect to this one. It was not a valid article, as its contents are redundant to this one except for additional
WP:TRIVIA; and considering the subject is inherently limited in scope as role of the overall series and can’t be expanded. Also, your proposed title is wrong because the yr is non part of the bailiwick’s proper name. Thanks. —
05:17, 16 June 2015 (UTC)
this article seems to cover both the 2015 and 1990 events. All the same, I will annotation the history of this article shows a vastly different commodity in January 2014 ; so at that place is a mess here. —
(talk) 06:52, 20 June 2015 (UTC)
I’thou surprised that these aren’t simply 2 dissimilar articles, seeing as how little the 2 events actually have to do with eachother likewise the proper noun. I’m a flake confused well-nigh this move request, though, but if information technology means to dissever the article up into two articles (one for the 1990 event and one for the 2015 issue), I am all for information technology. Unless, I assume Nintendo isn’t planning to make this a yearly matter, right? That would create fifty-fifty more confusion, though I guess a possibly overview folio should exist made from scratch and so. ~
) 11:25, 20 June 2015 (UTC)
If this article is going to be virtually both the 1990 NWC and the 2015 i, shouldn’t there likewise be some mention of other related events similar the 1991 Campus Claiming and the 1994 Powerfest?
(talk) 23:01, i July 2015 (UTC)
Shouldn’t a section like that be in there? A section for which games they used? I’ll effort to write something up if someone gives me approval(of course I’ll show information technology here first).
(talk) xiii:09, 26 August 2017 (UTC)
The following Wikimedia Commons file used on this page has been nominated for speedy deletion:
The following Wikimedia Commons file used on this page has been nominated for deletion:
Hullo, I don’t sympathise these sentences :
Three 1990 World Champion titles were given. Erin Schroeder won in the 11 and under category, Thor Aackerlund won in the 12–17 category, and Robert Whiteman won in the 18 and older category.
At that place was no official competition round to crown a unmarried winner. However, afterward the competition ended at that place was an informal face-off between the three winners, with Thor Aackerlund taking get-go identify, Jeff Hansen taking second, and Drew Dawson finishing third.
The first one names the three winners. The second ane states that “the three winners” have an informal face up-off and out of the three names here, only i is the aforementioned as the 3 winners in the beginning judgement.