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Tournament:Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 1

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Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 1
Dates March 26th-28th, 2001
Address/City Atami Japan
Attendance 24
Entry fees 0
Pot size(s) 0
Results
Super Smash Bros. winners Japan CaptainJack
Japan Keropi-

Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 1 was a Super Smash Bros. tournament held on March 26th-28th, 2001. It was one of the most famous tournaments of the era and notably attracted several top players at the time, including Keropi- (who was considered the best player), CaptainJack, and Prince. Unlike most Japanese tournaments, which are held on one day, this was held across three days in a ryokan (traditional Japanese hotel). It was conducted in a round robin format with items on.

The success of the tournament prompted a sequel the following year, Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 2, featuring the then-newly released Melee instead. It would become an annual tournament series until 2005.

Results[edit]

Singles[edit]

Results page
Matchup table
(24 entrants)

Place Name Character(s)
1st Japan CaptainJack Luigi's head icon from SSB.
1st Japan Keropi- Mario's head icon from SSB.DK's head icon from SSB.Link's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB.Fox's head icon from SSB.Yoshi's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Samus's head icon from SSB.Luigi's head icon from SSB.C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB.Ness's head icon from SSB.
3rd Japan Ryusei Kirby Kirby's head icon from SSB.
3rd Japan Pikacchi Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
5th Japan Oikawa Meijin Kirby's head icon from SSB.
6th Japan Purin Saikyo Densetsu Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB.
7th Japan Thunders Kirby's head icon from SSB.
8th Japan Prince Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB.
9th Japan CF C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
10th Japan Bakutan Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
11th Japan Hyoga Link's head icon from SSB.

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