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  1. Retro Format Player List

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DJ2Z_Skz3rBzzihsiFj1Oxg-dpwQFkGJqKqvA0YYE1o/edit#gid=0   Hey guys, I made this spreadsheet to help us all find other players on duelingnetwork who play the retro formats we care about. I've got a few names already but decided to make this public and post it on a bunch of different sites.   The reason I made it public is so everyone can add their own username and check off the formats that they play. I figured this is the fastest and easiest way to get the contact book as full as possible.   Hopefully people don't screw it up too bad--I've got a duplicate copy that I can back up occasionally. Needless to say I don't want people changing the column headings or other people's grids. If you have a suggestion though, please post it here.   One cool feature in the spreadsheet is that you can use the filters at the top row to see only the names that go with a particular format. For those unfamiliar with google docs, I also made a video explaining how to use it. Hope it makes sense.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGFvGHIpo3o&feature=youtu.be   Happy retro dueling!
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