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The highly anticipated first event of the ICPL kicks off in less than a week and more than 600 professional and amateur paintball players from all over the country are ready to converge on OXCC Paintball park in Maryland for a chance to be named the best team in classic paintball. The International Classic Paintball League Old Bay Classic focuses on re-creating a classic format of competition paintball dating back as far as the 1980s. This 10 vs. 10 format uses mechanical markers in a capture the flag style of game-play in a series of games, culminating in a round-robin finals match with the top 3 teams of the event. Offering both a professional and an amateur division, the league is accessible to all types of paintball players.


Tom Cole, the head of the NXL and the ICPL, has recaptured something special with his classic format league. Focusing on using sound strategy and teamwork over all else, the ICPL has become one of the most beloved leagues in recent history in the sport of paintball. Although Tom has been a crucial figurehead of this re-emergence, he was quick to credit those who were also important for the movement of classic paintball. “I love woodsball and 10 Man and I am super excited that others are enjoying the format I love so much. Many others have done a lot to grow classic paintball; Robert Anderson, Spencer Durden of Fight Club and most importantly, Tim Montressor and Russel from the ICC (Iron City Classic)”


The ICPL features athletes from some of the top professional NXL paintball teams from around the country, long-time veterans of the sport, and an array of former and current world champion paintball players. Last year, the ICPL hosted two major tournament events in Chicago and Florida that saw the powerhouse team of KAPP Factory take home the season title after a second place finish in Florida and a first place finish in the Chicago season finale. However, their claim to the throne of the ICPL is under threat, as super-teams such as Infamous and Darkside are rallying to take down the kings of classic paintball.


Top Professional Teams to Watch for:


KAPP Factory

KAPP Factory is once again one of the top teams to watch for in event one of the 2021 ICPL season. Their roster is loaded with some of the top current professional paintball players in the world, as well as retired, multi-time World Champions like Dave Bains, Glenn Forster, and Rodney Squires. KAPP Factory’s unique blend of these high IQ veterans, mixed with elite, current pro NXL athletes such as Chad George of Houston Heat and Tyler Harmon of team Dynasty, make KAPP Factory the odds on favorite to win the event. Tyler Harmon will be a versatile attacker for KAPP and added this, “Everyone should try playing as many different formats of paintball as possible. You learn something different from each variation of the game. I started playing paintball in the woods and it holds a very special place in my heart”


Infamous


It is easy to look at the Infamous roster and identify, arguably, some of the best professional NXL athletes in the world; Archie Montemayor, Harrison Frye, and Ultimate Shootout 1v1 Champion Cody Mickowski, but this roster is so much more than that. It also includes some of the most legendary players to ever step onto a paintball field. Chris Lasoya, widely regarded as the best player ever, is the heart of the Los Angeles Infamous roster. As far back as the 1990s, Chris has brought his fiery and aggressive style to every team he has played on, and multiple world championships across three decades are all the proof he needs on why this team is dangerous. Don’t sleep on the rest of the roster either, made entirely of current NXL professional players, as well as long-time pro, and current head coach of Infamous, Travis Lemanski. In a typically slower paced ICPL format, Infamous brings an unmatched level of aggression on the field and are an instant favorite to win the event. Their relentless attack will be hard to stop by most of the teams in the pro division, and it will take some seriously high IQ strategy to overcome this top level team.


Darkside


Darkside is a unique team, in that they combine amateur and professional players to create a roster that can wear down almost any team in the league with their slow, grinding style. Hailing from New England, they are comprised of the professional NXL core of Baltimore Revo; Henry Sentz, Frank Antetomaso, and the highly under-rated Stephen Omara. Their play style is very typical of Northeast paintball teams in that they are a grinding style of team. They have a high level of skill with their markers, and utilize an elite level of communication to grind a team down, one by one, until they come out victorious. If Darkside is able to play consistently throughout the weekend, it will be no surprise to see them in the top three on Sunday at OXCC on the finals field. The only question we need answered, is what will their amateur players bring to the table that will help this team win?


Amateur Teams to Watch out for


One of the most unique aspects of the ICPL paintball league is their wildly popular amateur division. While most sports keep amateur and professional leagues separate, the ICPL hosts divisions at both levels. These teams are anything but amateur though, featuring some of the most talented and fiercely competitive players from around the world. These players are all playing for the chance to win the division, and earn a spot in the 2022 ICPL Professional League as their prize.


Image

With more than 30 amateur teams ready to play the event, there are more than a few that stand out on paper, but perhaps none more so than Image. This name will be immediately familiar to almost any paintball player in the world, and yes, it is that Image. Image has a roster for the event that is reminiscent of the team that won multiple World Championships in the late 1990s. Now returning after almost two decades away from the sport, Richie and Tommy Maliszewski are no strangers to the classic game. They redefined what modern paintball was to become in the 1990s and early 2000s, and are household names to nearly every competitive player that has stepped on the field in the last 20 years. Their return to the sport is a part of an exciting trend that the ICPL has made a reality; the return of paintball’s most legendary players. Tom Maliszewski said “I do get to see some of the legends come out and the woodsball format is perfect.” A sentiment that was echoed by many other players throughout the sport.


Thunderhorse

Another team that instantly jumps off the page in the amateur division is ThunderHorse. Featuring players from the United States and Canada, this hybrid line of pros and amateurs has come together to create one of the most talented rosters in the division. Led by Baltimore Revo pro Tom Guest, as well as some former players from old-school fan favorite Tippmann Effect, expect Thunderhorse to be in the finals on Sunday. Veteran leadership carries a premium in the amateur division, and this team has plenty of it to go the distance.


A Wild Weekend is ahead of us


As we approach the first event of the ICPL, fans can attend the event to see all the action as it happens, or they can catch the event recap videos that will be on GoSports soon after the event is over. In addition, daily coverage will be provided to give recaps after each of the three days of competition until a champion is crowned.

By the time the sun sets this Sunday in Chesapeake City, Maryland, new heroes will have been made, and plenty of great memories and stories will be written. Above all the competition and big name players, remains the fact that the ICPL has re-created a unique format that has made the game of paintball fun for all ages and types of players. Whether you are just starting your paintball journey, or reigniting an old passion, the ICPL offers a competitive league in which any player can be the hero for their team.

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ICPL Day One Recap:
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The first day of competition at the ICPL’s season opener in Maryland. Throughout the day Friday, as usual, the Open 5-man event took place. This normally is the warm-up event for the teams playing 10-man over the weekend, but it was full of surprises all throughout the day. A big surprise was the fields the 5-man event was played on. Initially it was thought that the classic Hyperball field and the woodsball field would be the two playing fields. It was a bit of a shock to see the trench field at OXCC be used at the event, but it created some surprising results.

Pro Players struggle on Day One

Against all popular opinion, mine included, some of the professional players warming up in the 5-man event seemed to struggle against lesser competition. 10-man reigning champion, KAPP Factory, played the 5-man and didn’t make it out of the prelims, posting a record of 2-5-1. The same fate was set for other major pro programs like the Ironmen, N.Y.B(Master Blasters), and amateur favorite, Image.


I think they may have struggled a bit with the fast and low trench field as well as the woodsball field at OXCC. While we have traditionally seen the woodsball fields for ICPL events be loaded with bunkers, OXCC uses a bit more of a traditional style woodsball field that is very open and fluid.


There were a few surprises Friday in terms of who moved on. As expected, a few of the pro teams such as both aC teams and Ground Zero quickly dispatched most of their competition. Largely unknown amateur team, Savages, lived up to their name as they aggressively chopped through most of their schedule and took the top seed in the open 5-man prelims.

The Finals

The finals teams of this event were a good mix of professional and amateur players, and again show why the classic format is thriving. Any team can win, on any given day. Whether you are an amateur player, or the best pro in the world, the game changes when they tall trees linger above. The top 2 scoring teams in the semi-finals would move on to the finals, with Savages getting a bye and automatic spot in the finals.


The semi-finals took six teams total and they were split into two, 3-team brackets. In bracket one we saw Mutiny, aC Powerhouse (AC Diesel Pro team), and NWR. In an interesting turn of events, the team that went 2-0 in this bracket wasn’t the team that moved on. Although aC Powerhouse was able to beat both Mutiny and NWR, they recorded low scoring wins with 24-6 and 48-4 results leaving the door open for Mutiny to put up a max win against NWR and win the bracket at 1-1.


In the other semi-finals bracket, AC X, Ground Zero, and N.Y.B faced off in a highly competitive semi. Blasters struggled in both of their games, mirroring their losses to both teams as they did in the prelims. This meant that the winner of the aC X vs. Ground Zero matchup would decide who would move on. In a slower paced game on the trench field, neither team wanted to make a mistake and aC pulled out a body count win of 14-8 to move on to the finals.


The finals matchup of aC X, Mutiny, and Savages was played on the trench field. The first three games saw a handful of tie games, opening the door for a wild finish. First, Mutiny tied both of their games to essentially eliminate them from the event. This meant that the last game between amateur cinderella, Savages, and pro super-team aC X, would crown the winner.


In a tightly contested, back-and-forth game on the trench field the Savages and aC traded bodies all game, but in the end aC was able to hold out and secure the body-count victory with neither team pulling or hanging the flag.


Heading into 10-man prelims

aC X winning the 5-man event will bode well for them going into the 10-man prelims on Saturday. Their experience they gained playing the fields will be invaluable and help them set the tone early when they combine with aC Powerhouse to become AC Empire.


The 10-man should be a great set of games and I am anxious to see if KAPP can overcome a surprisingly tough day one and come out to dominate the 10 man. Stay tuned for more updates throughout the weekend!
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10-man preliminaries are underway at the ICPL Old Bay Classic in Maryland and teams are fighting for their chance to be crowned the king of classic paintball. Most of the second day of competition went as expected, with the top pro teams we picked solidly beating all the teams they faced. In the amateur division, there were a few surprises and the final day of competition is shaping up to be a fierce battle for the crown.

From the pro field.

As we had analyzed earlier this week on the NXL Classic Blog preview, KAPP and Infamous were completely dominate. KAPP had near max wins in every one of their prelims games thus far and is 5-0 heading into the final day and primed for the top seed. Although it is important to note that all five of their games so far have been against amateur teams. We will see how they fare when facing the other top pro teams in the finals.

Infamous also was perfect at 5-0 but had a scary game against amateur team, Fatal Swoop, who pushed them to the brink on the trench field, once again showing that anyone can win on these OXCC fields. The real test starts Sunday morning for Infamous, as they have two games against pro teams Desert Edge and Adrenaline. But, they should be a shoe in for the finals and they are still our pick to win this event.

Fox 4 Darkside had a bit of a rough first day, although they went 4-1, they lost to amateur power-team Thunderhorse in the deep woods, and they barely pulled out a win against Fight Club Factory Soap. It doesn’t get any easier on the final day of prelims with pro team The All Americans and a solid team in NW Rogue AM looking to end their tournament early.

The pro field had a few surprise teams, especially with Ground Zero Gold. Going into this season GZ had lost a few major players from their program such as David Archibald, Chris Cole, and multiple younger players from their roster. Many around the league thought they would struggle in their first event, but the addition of NXL Pro Joe Barrett seems to be paying off for GZ. Currently the second seed, they rolled through their first 5 games against mostly amateur teams for a clean 5-0 record. Their last two games of prelims look brutal though with MVPS and Farside standing in their way. These two games will show us right away if GZ is ready to win an ICPL event or not and we will be watching closely.


Amateur teams impressing.

One of the most interesting decisions heading into this event was the amount of pro games scheduled for the amateur division. In the spirit of the old days, amateur teams play both teams in their division, plus a few pro teams as well in the prelims of every event. However, in this event, half the schedule prelim games for amateur teams were professional teams which made the results we saw on day two all the more impressive.

By far the most surprising team of the day was the PL Pirates. With a roster of mostly division 5 and beginner players, this amateur team was looking to prove themselves in their rookie season. They used the hard to play trench field to their advantage and dispatched pro teams Farside and MVPS Dark Ops in body count wins. Then they scored two more wins against the Butchers and Mutiny to sit at 4-1 heading into Sunday. If they can keep up their pace, they may just have what it takes to win. They are showing why the classic format is so great, anyone can win on any given weekend.

As expected, Image has rolled through the prelims, defeating both pro and amateur teams to sit at 4-1 with their only blemish being a 14-17 body count loss to pro team ac Empire. They are still my favorite to win this amateur event, as you can really see how polished they are playing. The Maliszewski’s haven't lost a step and are commanding the fields like the elite veteran players they are.

Thunderhorse, Smoke, and NW Rogue AM are all also on pace to make a deep run in this tournament, all looking solid against the pro and amateur teams they have faced. Thunderhorse especially looks like a team ready to win the event. This is especially evident after seeing them solidly beat 3 pro teams in Armada, Aftershock, and a max win against Fox 4 Darkside. Maybe only Image has the firepower on their roster to tame this wild Thunderhorse.


Heading into the final day.

Sunday will have two more prelim games for each team, and then the semi-finals will see the top teams battle for one of the three coveted finals spots.

Current Standings Pro:

KAPP Factory
Ground Zero Gold
Infamous
All Americans
Master Blasters
Misfits

On the bubble in Pro:

Ironmen
Adrenaline
Fox 4 Darkside
Saints
Docs Warriors
MVPS Dark Ops

Likely Eliminated from contention in Pro:

ac Empire
A-Team
FARSIDE
Annihilators
Rhythm
Desert Edge
Rogue
Fight Club
Aftershock
Armada

Current Standings Amateur:

Image
Thunderhorse
Smoke
NW Rogue
Fraction
PL Pirates

On the bubble in Amateur:

Tribe Savages
Wiseguys
All Americans 2
Mutiny
Fight Clun Factory Soap
Lockout

Likely Eliminated from contention in Amateur:

Overshot
Arsenal
Rampage
Jesters
GZ Red
Fight Club Underground


All photos used are credited to Michael Mohr, a talented photographer that is known as one of the best photographers in paintball. You can see more of his work or book him for NXL/ICPL events at: https://www.instagram.com/mmphotography00/?hl=en
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The first event of the ICPL at OXCC in Maryland has concluded and it was a wild event. With many surprises in both amateur and pro, it made for an event that kept spectators on the edge of their seat.

With a wholly dominate event, Los Angeles Infamous was crowned the pro champion after beating previous champ, KAPP Factory, and a red hot Ground Zero Gold squad that played well the entire event. The amateur division was won by Team Image.

Key Takeaways

Stepping back and looking at this event after its conclusion, there are a few takeaways that we can leave with.

1. The playing fields at OXCC were unique and challenging for both professionals and amateur players. It really felt like a classic paintball event in the sense that the fields weren’t just cookie cutter replicas of all the other fields we have seen.

2. This event exemplified what classic paintball is. It is a format that perfectly blends many styles and it creates trade-offs that can make any team dangerous. It is paintball in its purest form, just 10 guys on each side of the field looking to outsmart the other in a game of high-speed chess.

3.The ICPL really cares about the player experience. Tom Cole has focused on ensuring the players have a great time, in a safe environment with well planned out structure. This event just feels different in the best way possible.

Top-Level action from the Pro division.

In the professional division, the action was non-stop. Whether it was on the deep woods and trench field, or the iconic hyperball field, the professional division teams were locked in an intense battle all weekend.

At the end of the prelims, the top 13 teams would advance to the quarter finals, with the 6 lowest seeded teams playing in the quarter finals for two coveted spots in the semi-finals. The top two teams would move on. In an intense series of 6 games, Farside and Fox 4 Darkside won both of their games in dominate fashion to solidly cement themselves into the semi-finals.

In the semi-finals, as we predicted in the event preview, Infamous and Kapp Factory looked dominate. Fox 4 Darkside had their event come down to a game against Infamous, if they won, they would make the finals. Unfortunately for Darkside, the game ended in a tie, effectively ending their event.

With two of the final three spots secured for finals, the last bracket was a slug fest for the last spot. In perhaps the toughest semi-finals bracket, Ground Zero Gold came out with a solid win against Farside. This put them in the driver seat, as the All-Americans and Farside tied their game, all but guaranteeing GZ Gold their spot as long as they didn’t allow the All Americans to pull the flag in the third game. Ground Zero hung tough and held off the veteran AA squad to move on to finals.

In the finals the games were, surprisingly, played on the deep woods field. This was a change of pace, as we typically see the Hyperball fields chosen for the finals matches. I really liked this decision by Tom. The finals bracket of KAPP Factory, Ground Zero Gold, and Infamous truly represented the best teams of the weekend and a back and forth battle would decide the winner of event one.

Ground Zero struck first, with a shocking win over current champ, KAPP Factory. This meant GZ would control their own fate going into their last game of the day against Infamous. GZ came out aggressive in game two against Infamous, but Travis Lemanski’s squad of elite talent proved too much for GZ and beat them 98-2. This was exciting because it meant the entire event would come down to the final game against KAPP and Infamous. If KAPP beat Infamous, the event would go to GZ Gold. Infamous knew this and they made the smart decision to play conservatively and run out the clock for a tie. This secured the event for Infamous and gave us a new champion for event one of the series.

Final Results, Pro:

1. Los Angeles Infamous
2. Ground Zero Gold
3. KAPP Factory

Amateur players continue to shine.

The amateur division was non-stop excitement all weekend and all the teams played very well. In a long fought weekend, our top pick, Image, came out with the victory in the amateur divisions and they shined all weekend long.

The same format was used for amateur as pro and saw the quarter finals play-in round won by Fatal Swoop and Team Smoke. Tribe Savages put up the second best score in the round, but they were unable to beat Fatal Swoop to secure their spot.

In the semi-finals, Mutiny won both of their games, being the first team to move on to finals. The other two semi brackets were not so clear. Smoke and Thunderhorse traded blows with the All-Americans 2 in a series of 3 close games, with Smoke winning the bracket by just 5 points.

The third bracket of semi-finals was a slugfest between Image, Fraction, and Portland Darkside. In a rare series, each team was able to put up a win in one of their two games. Unfortunately for Fraction and Darkside, Image was near perfect in their win with a 99 point victory over Darkside, they also eliminated the majority of players on Fraction in their loss to them, securing their spot in the finals.

In the Amateur division, finals were also played on the deep woods field. The three game round robin was a back-and-forth series where high-IQ and teamwork won the day. In another rare turn of events, not one of the teams secured a full, flag pull victory and it came down to careful player positioning. Image dropped their first game to Smoke losing 10-13, but Smoke then lost to Mutiny 11-14.

Just like the professional division, the amateur finals came down to the final game, with Image and Mutiny controlling their own fate. Whichever team was able to win their game, would take home the the first place trophy and secure bragging rights for the next 12 weeks.

It was the quintessential match-up of old school legends on Image vs. the younger and more athletic NXL program, Mutiny. It was a back and forth game with neither team wanting to give ground. Image slowly chipped away with smart player positioning and they won a 22-7 body count win over Mutiny and securing the victory. The Malizewski’s showed they are still playing at an elite level and they now have a chance to win a pro spot in Chicago at the end of the season.

Final Results, Amateur:

1. Image
2. Smoke
3. Mutiny

Looking Forward.

With event one of the season concluded, players will now begin to prepare and strategize for event two in Chicago at the end of the summer. With Infamous and Image taking the crown for event one in each division, they will be in the crosshairs of every major program in the country, with everyone looking to take them down and become the King of Classic paintball. You can follow the season all year long on the NXL Classic site.
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Nice recap. You should embed photos (with permission). If people know they can look at pretty pics, your views will likely go up and people will be more likely to share.

BTW, that wasn't the NXL squad Mutiny. I don't think there was a single shared player between the two teams.

I am glad we (Farside) managed to turn it around and make the first two cuts. Your assessment that we were likely going home after sucking Saturday wasn't far off. Between the heat and missing several of our guys, it was a struggle to be competitive.
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Nice recap. You should embed photos (with permission). If people know they can look at pretty pics, your views will likely go up and people will be more likely to share.

BTW, that wasn't the NXL squad Mutiny. I don't think there was a single shared player between the two teams.

I am glad we (Farside) managed to turn it around and make the first two cuts. Your assessment that we were likely going home after sucking Saturday wasn't far off. Between the heat and missing several of our guys, it was a struggle to be competitive.
I know that trench field was tough for alot of teams. I feel like that threw a wrench in more than a few teams plans.
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Appreciate the effort you put into this. Reminds me of the recaps we used to get after every tourney on Warpig.
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