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houdini

Member Since 30 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Aug 07 2011 08:44 PM
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In Topic: Whats PALS Like

10 May 2012 - 02:20 AM

I think the D2 Canadian shot more paint than the D1 team - from what i heard it was well over 60 boxes

Yes the infamous marker hitting the buzzer when GAS were 2 v 1 on the field... we came back after that to win the match. Oh well they got 2nd - we came 6th so in the end it worked out for them.

In Topic: Whats PALS Like

10 May 2012 - 01:51 AM

The guys from GAS have been playing longer than we have - they know what they are doing even though ZOO beat them in the prelims (luckily the boys gave us a free point) - they finished 2nd which is more than I can say for ZOO - but then again we came up against Rocktar Canada in the quarter finals and they didn't drop a game all the way to #1 spot. The Canadians were just too well drilled and shot a lot of paint so it was hard to beat them - luckily for GAS, Rockstar Canada won't be going to KL at the end of the month but the local Malaysian teams are hard to beat in D2. It all depends on the field layout I suppose and how many you can lane off the break. I find that teams that can create damage off the break will generally get an early advantage and win points...

We're still rocking our Angel A1's - little to no tech needed and they shot as well as any of the latest gats...

In Topic: Whats PALS Like

09 May 2012 - 11:20 PM

Hopefully you'll get to meet the Guam All Stars Houdini. Team Zoo....hmm...does Shameen play with you guys sometimes?


lol I played GAS in Bangkok this year... ZOO won't be playing the next PALS event in KL as we are short on numbers so looks like the PALS series title could go to GAS if you do well.

Yep Shameen plays with us sometimes as he's the Angel rep in Asia and we were sponsored by Angel

In Topic: Whats PALS Like

09 May 2012 - 08:42 PM

Flights from the US are going to be the most expensive part of your trip. You'll have to fly to KL, Malaysia - the capital and then fly to Langkawi (you also may be able to fly to Bangkok, Thailand then Langkawi)

Playing costs are far less than US tournaments except for the paint which is about $70/$75 a box.

If you are looking for a team to play for send me your details - were always looking for guest players - we'll be playing Division 2

In Topic: Help moving want to play paintball in shanghai china

07 August 2011 - 08:44 PM

So could u help me because im moving to shanghai and looking to play speedball at a place there that fills hpa tanks and will be a good place for a person who play speeball like me do any of u know any places to play speedball in shanghai???


As far as I know possessing paintball markers is banned in China (even though a ton of markers are built in China) - I know Hong Kong has different laws regarding paintball (and has some indoor venues for recball) but as far as Shanghai goes, I haven't heard of anything related to paintball happening. There was supposed to be a special tournament held in Hainan in September but because the organisers couldn't get the government to sign off on all the legal paperwork, the organisers had to cancel the event.