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2016

  chuvash
  Mablak
  tita
Organized by
Kayz, Zemke and FaD
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2015

  chuvash
  Kayz
  FaD
Organized by
Kayz and Zemke
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2014

  FaD
  chuvash
  Kayz
Organized by
Kayz, Zemke and kukumber
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2013

  chuvash
  Koras
  Mablak
Organized by
kukumber, Kayz and Zemke
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2012

  chuvash
  FaD
  Kayz
Organized by
Kayz, Joschi and Zemke
Games, Standings
and more

In 2012 we had a nice battle of current pros who gave everything in the playoffs and group stage to reach the goal of winning, having many close 3-2 victories. Very interesting and close games happened, sometimes also against the prediction of the votes, like Tomek winning Mablak and lacoste winning Koras :). chuvash won the cup and the prize money of 170 dollar after having to fight vs. almost all of Pot A: FaD, Kayz, nappy and Koras. He improved during the last seasons a lot and proved himself a worthy victor with high concentrated and deep strategy playing style. Though Worms in general went a bit inactive, still all games were played. Thanks for this tourney, it was a great fun.
2011

  Dario
  Koras
  Mablak
Organized by
Joschi and Zemke
Games, Standings
and more

With the experiences we made in 2010, in which the home and away results during group stage period have very rarely differed , Zemke and me decided to accommodate the system to the realities. From 2011 on, the players had to play only one best of five game against their group opponents. Thanks to this modification and the generosity of 18 donors, who stimulated the players with a cash prize of 300 $(US) and 3 trophies, we celebrated for the first time in CWT history a tournament with 100% completed games.

Although the starter field was populated with plenty notable players, i.ex. four former CWT champions (Fantomas, Random00, Johnmir, Mablak) and the best players of Open Normal League (chuvash, Kayz, Koras), Darios third CWT championship wasn't at any time endangered. After his win in 2006 and 2007 Dario celebrated in 2011 his hat-trick and crowned his sixth CWT participation with his 4th medal (3x gold, 1x bronze).

In order to make CWT and thereby Intermediate more popular, we started to stream our tournament games. Thus, other players, who originally wouldn't partake in any Intermediate tournament, immediately were on board and made CWT in his tenth jubilee even more popular. When everything was new, in the starting time of streams, it were players like kalababa and khamski who pushed the whole developpment. Like this, the most interesting CWT games, semi-finals and final games were followed by an unpredecent big community.

Statistics: http://www.cwt.boards.net/index.cgi?action=display&board=tournament&thread=524&page=1
2010

  Mablak
  Kayz
  Dario
Organized by
Joschi, Random00 and Zemke
Games, Standings
and more

2010 was in every aspect a breakthroug. Thanks to Zemke, CWT players had for the very first time in 8-years CWT, the possibility to upload, comment and rate their games. The new site http://www.cwsite.com allowed us moderators to strengthen players activity: 3% of voided group stage games (2009: 28%) with simultaneous consideration that the whole tournament only endured 2 months, are good exemples for a raising professionalism. A good mix of veterans (SirGorash, Bytor, NormalPro), rookies (Ivo, chuvash, Fonseca) and All-Stars (Dario, Mablak) formed an unpredecent qualitative high-class starter field.

Eleven donors made it possible, that Kayz and Dario as 2nd and 3rd placed guys got trophies. The unbeaten champion Mablak got besides his golden cup a cash prize of about 110 $ (US).

Statistics: http://www.cwt.boards.net/index.cgi?action=display&board=talkhere&thread=500&page=1
Thanks and Greetings: http://www.cwt.boards.net/index.cgi?action=display&board=talkhere&thread=502&page=1
2009

  Johnmir
  TerRoR
  Koras
Organized by
khamski and Antares
Games, Standings
and more

In 2009 the admin team introduced something they called “fixed schedule”. Prior to the tournament’s start the attendees had to inform the staff about their preferred times to play games for CWT. Games were then scheduled by the admin team and an Excel spreadsheet was released. It ultimately resulted in a disgracefully high amount of bans. The acts of the admin team—which became smaller as the tournament went on—remained very questionable and occasionally raise arguments to date.

http://worms2d.info/Crespo%27s_Worms_Tournament#Controversies_with_the_fixed_schedule
2008

  Random00
  WorldMaster
  TerRoR
Organized by
Jigsaw
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2007

  Dario
  Jigsaw
 
Organized by
Crespo and MrTPenguin
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2006

  Dario
  Johnmir
  Jigsaw
Organized by
Crespo and MrTPenguin
Games, Standings
and more

In this edition of CWT the number of wormers was increased to 40 since a qualifiers competition was out of question due to the amount of time needed to have it going, plus the decreasing numbers of normal wormers in the WWP comunity, which also narrowed the competition possibilites to this extent. Timekeeping was enforced by MrTPenguin who distributed some of his dreaded point penalties and cut some wormers off from the tournament, but not that many. The most times the tournament slowed down was due to personal handicaps of certain wormers. Some problems relating disconnections were reported but there wasn't much of a case going from these issues. Some valuable newcomers added great flavor to the tournament and if we take a peek at the knockout standings we'll see a 75% ratio of newcomers on the quarter-finals, although the 2 veterans of CWT in that 25% ratio of non-newcomers actually made it to the podium! The top newcomers of CWT 2006 were SirGorash, Rafalus, cOOL, Franpetas, XWorm, Dvorkin and Johnmir. Also relating players, the presence of the bi-champion Jigsaw should be noted since it was a comeback from the grave by the polish titan. And last but not least, the winner was Dario, who beated the russian newcomer Johnmir in the final, and who was therefore crowned champion of CWT, justifying his evolution at the normal style in the last years, which led him to a highly consistent level of play. This was the last edition of CWT in the WWP format.
2005

  Fantomas
  Goku
 
Organized by
Crespo and MrTPenguin
Games, Standings
and more

CWT 2005 was mostly dominated by war veterans. Although the first 2 places of the tournament were won by newcomers they were the only ones being in the quarter-finals. There were many delays to the tournament and it was marked by long laggs from certain players. Also, there was the case of the "girl", a character known as WormingGirl, a supposed girl from Uzbekistan, which was the creation of a russian wormer whose nick I honestly don't recall, and who handed over the lie after the qualifiers to one wormer who hadn't had a chance to be in due to the lack of spots available, Johnmir. He proceeded in his disguise to the semi-finals but he revealed after realizing what he was doing. The penalty was not to be able to continue in his progress. The dutchman HHC made a comeback after one year of absence and it was Teletubbies's last CWT.
2004

  Jigsaw
  fury
  MrTPenguin
Organized by
Crespo and MrTPenguin
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2003

  Jigsaw
  Xaositect
  Simon
Organized by
Crespo
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written
2002

  Xaositect
  Crespo
  Teletubbies
Organized by
Crespo
Games, Standings
and more

Unfortunately no review was written