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Discussion: SSUSSA classification

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Feb. 22, 2023
Men's 50
8 posts
SSUSSA classification
If you are Major+ in 60 are you able to drop to Major if you are playing 50? Also how many Major+ players are you allowed on a 50 Major Roster. Thanks
Feb. 22, 2023
Men's 60
342 posts
crobar - If you search under TOURNAMENTS > RULES you will find Team Rating Index. That graph shows the levels of what your rating would allow if you know your rating. If you are rated ONLY as a 60M+ player, then yes you could play Major at 50 (even AAA). My suggestion is ALWAYS call the home office to make sure what your current rating is.

And across the board (AA, AAA, M) you are allowed 3 players with 1 higher rating on a team for that given tournament unless you are playing "exhibition" (I would check on this one with home office as well).

Hope this helps.
Feb. 22, 2023
Men's 70
1243 posts
Your best bet is call Sac and talk to Bobby or George.
Feb. 22, 2023
Men's 60
637 posts
I agree. Call the office.50M has a higher rating than 60M+. My opinion is that if you play on a 50 major team your Player rating would change to 50M
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