Tournament Go 6
Tournament Go 6 was a Super Smash Bros. Melee national tournament held by Matt Deezie in San Jose, California, during August 21st-22nd, 2004. It was the final tournament of the Tournament Go series, and with a total of 112 entrants for singles, it was the largest Melee tournament at the time before it was surpassed by MOAST 3. It was also the first Smash tournament to break the hundred-entrant mark. This tournament was notable for Ken placing 9th in Melee singles (losing to Sastopher and DSF), his worst placing ever prior to his initial retirement from Smash in 2008, and was also the first time that Ken failed to win Melee singles. Matt Deezie spent $1,250 of his own money renting out a venue and also drove 15 or so people from the San Jose airport to the tournament.
(possibly ~50 teams?)
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