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    old art packages click to enlarge Before we move on from the artwork the bottom apron s imagery has also undergone extensive reworking Gone is the simple bare map as three of the trilogy s main characters take up position on either side of the central logotype The new apron design One of the most repeated criticisms of the prototype shown at Pinball Expo and the Dutch Pinball Open was the relatively drab look of the game s largest character Smaug We were promised a reworked version and here he is clad in gold Golden Smaug click to enlarge LEDs inside the coin pile and behind the Smaug model allow him to light up and to bathe the area in more golden light while Smaug s eyes will also light up LEDs illuminate Smaug click to enlarge Remnants of the Dwarf palace inside the Lonely Mountain have been placed around Smaug with more gold coins scattered around and on another plastic piece at the back of the playfield Further significant changes have taken place at the top left corner of the playfield where a placeholder book model previously sat atop a bank of three standup targets in the prototype The book and standup target bank of the prototype The book model along with two of the three standup targets have gone to create a new shot into the pop bumpers But the book lives on in LCD form at the back corner of the playfield The changes to the back right of the playfield click to enlarge The new Bag End shot into the pop bumpers is clearly still being developed as the playfield in this example had been plugged to fill in the cutout for the standup targets while the new artwork shows an altogether different layout with a

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    as you like during the day which you will probably want to do since Replay doesn t have any catering facilities Come and go and play as you please Pinballs are located in the front half of the room lining the walls on the left and right mostly solid state or EMs on the left dot matrix games or newer on the right Pinballs along the left wall with cocktail videos in the centre Pinball along the right wall Here s the full list of the 34 pinballs available on this visit Addams Family The Attack from Mars Avengers The Black Hole Black Knight 2000 Bride of Pinbot The Machine Butterfly Capt Fantastic the Brown Dirt Cowboy Family Guy Funhouse Grand Lizard Haunted House Hercules Lord of the Rings The Mata Hari Medieval Madness Monster Bash NBA Fastbreak Orbitor 1 Shadow The Simpsons Pinball Party The Space Shuttle Spider Man Spider Man The Amazing Star Trek Stern Pro Star Trek The Next Generation Tales of the Arabian Nights Taxi Theatre of Magic Twilight Zone Whitewater Wizard of Oz The Emerald City LE Xenon X Men Wolverine LE Meanwhile the back half of the room is filled with classic upright and sit down video games These too are all on free play An UltraPin marks the start of the video game section More classic videos More classic videos At the very back of the building is a repair section where longer term work is undertaken The repair area is at the back of the building The repair area Really quick fixes are performed during opening hours but anything requiring more attention will be dealt with during Replay s maintenance days of Monday and Tuesday Unless the fault makes the game unplayable the machine will normally be left in operation with the problem noted at the front desk The back of the building is also where you will find the restroom facilities When it s time for a bathroom break Videos along the left wall The last of the upright videos lead us back into the pinball section Solid state and EM machines along the left wall s Comfy seating for those playing the cocktail videos Front and centre is this fully working classic Seeburg jukebox Replay had only been open for a little over two weeks when we visited Even so it was pretty busy right up until closing time crept up on us which is when we realised everyone else had left and we still hadn t taken any pictures In retrospect we didn t pick the best time to visit It was just over an hour before closing time when we arrived so we didn t get the best value for our 13 91 admission fee Also with Monday and Tuesday being maintenance days all the faults from the previous four days had accumulated and were awaiting the attention of Replay s tech Despite that we still had a very enjoyable hour and a bit playing the pinballs It

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    a Bram Stoker s Dracula Williams 1993 was in excellent condition since it was maintained just the day before As an incentive to good players the bar will offer a free drink to anyone who can achieve 500M points or more on the Dracula pinball Of course it was not a difficult target for us Each of us could win a free drink that night A free drink if you

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    bar It may not be big but the interior decoration is elegant We arrived at the bar around midday and there were already a few customers there The bar manager warmly welcomed us and introduced us to their list of set lunches Inside the bar I easily located the pinball a Stern Grand Prix near the main entrance However it was powered off and I wondered if the machine was still functional Luckily it was fully functional and the condition of the pinball was EXCELLENT Pinball near the entrance A closer look at the playfield The lunch at Powers2 was very delicious However I could not spend too much time on it because the bar would close at 2pm and I needed to make good use of limited time on the Grand Prix pinball Our delicious lunch Although the Powers2 bar is not very close to the city of Tokyo I strongly recommend you visit it because of its good food and excellent pinball Additional information about Powers2 bar is as follows Opening hours 11 30 14 00 18 00 23 30 closed on Tuesday Public transport 5 minute walk from the east exit of Motosumiyoshi station on Tokyu Toyoko

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    on Transformers and The Rolling Stones My flipper skills were probably upgraded significantly after the three day boot camp at the Japan Game Museum New high scores on Transformers and The Rolling Stones In addition American Pool had also imported new models of video games from Japan Four Midnight 4 Maximum Tune racers from Bandai Namco Sega s Operation G H O S T Bandai Namco s Mobile Suit Gundam Bonds of the Battlefield with Panoramic Optical Display P O D Ten Border Break 3 0 seats from Sega This could be why it is always full of young people there Here s some additional information Transportation Take minibus 6A at Austin Road near the MTR Jordan station and it will reach the bus terminal in 15 minutes American Pool is just opposite The 6A minibus from MTR Jordan station to American Pool Business hours 9am midnight Website None Comments All pinballs were kept in good condition Update 2 I visited American Pool again on 2nd March 2013 and found that The Rolling Stones Pro had been replaced by a new game The Avengers Pro I was very excited indeed The newest game at American Pool The Avengers Pro The updated line up was AC DC Pro Transformers Pro The Avengers Pro and Batman The new line up It seems that Batman is the longest lasting one so far having been there since 2008 As I know the Avengers Pro pin was only released in November 2012 and yet it was possible for it to be delivered to Hong Kong the following month Is this because the demand for pinball really is recovering I played the Avengers Pro pin for more than four hours until my lovely wife called me to come home My thoughts about the Avengers Pro pin is good and I love it very much My highest score was only around 53M points and so I need to start studying the game s rules soon According to a staff member at American Pool a Hong Kong company has ordered a Avengers Premium and placed in its office as free entertainment for its staff I m quite jealous about it This time I had a foot and body massage in the Lucky Foot Massage Centre during a break from playing pinball The Lucky Foot Massage Centre This shop is nicely decorated with a high quality of service so I highly recommend it to all of you It is located at 1 F 32 Wuhu Street Hung Hom Update 3 In early October 2013 the Hong Kong pinball operator informed that a new pinball was available in American Pool As a result I visited American Pool on the first Sunday of October The four current pins are Transformers Pro The Avengers Pro Star Trek Pro and Batman The AC DC disappeared and would probably have been sold to either a local or overseas buyers Four pinballs I know Star Trek was first released in September so this one should

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    Surfer Gottlieb 1976 Super Mario Bros Mushroom World Gottlieb 1992 Star Wars Data East 1992 Street Fighter II Gottlieb 1993 Grand Prix Williams 1976 Hook Data East 1992 Little Pro Bromley 1990 This time I found two new machines a Grand Prix Williams 1976 and Hook Data East 1992 I first saw Grand Prix when I was a child and of course my memory of it is quite vague As for Hook I had only ever seen one in a YouTube video Other than these two I of course played my lovely pinball Big Hit Unfortunately the flippers were quite weak and therefore I could not get either a high score or a replay this time Other than pinballs I also spent some time playing the video games Donkey Kong Operation Wolf and Super Hang On These last two were famous games of the late 1980s when I was a secondary school student Operation Wolf Donkey Kong Super Hang On This time I found that there was a larger number of games than last time I visited in early 2012 The Odaiba Itchome Shopping Street is a definitely fun place for everyone whether you are a pinball lover or not We left around 8pm and then took a onsen bath at the Ooedo Onsen Monogatari in Odaiba Ooedo Onsen Monogatari in Odaiba Finally day two of this trip ended at 10 00pm UPDATE 29th September 2014 There hasn t been much change since my last visit in February 2013 Only one new machine a Satin Doll has been introduced into this centre during the past eighteen months Satin Doll There was a total eleven pinballs as follows Big Hit Gottlieb 1977 condition average Surfer Gottlieb 1976 condition good Satin Doll Williams 1975 condition average Grand Prix Williams 1976 condition good

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    did not know the game s rules exactly and personally don t like the game very much The Jurassic Park s high score was 926M The Jurassic Park s playfield The flippers and playfield of Lethal Weapon 3 were in good working condition however the dot matrix display was only partially functional and it adversely affected my performance when I was playing the video modes The Taito Inn s Lethal Weapon 3 with the partial display The Lethal Weapon 3 s playfield The faulty display I was a little bit disappointed with The Addams Family since the left middle flipper was totally non functional I first visited this Taito Inn at Kanda in early 2012 and this fault has been evident since then The Addams Family The playfield is in good condition apart from the non functional flipper Apart from pinballs there were darts machines and video games I was quite surprised that Taito Inn was quite so full of guests during business hours on a weekday Darts at the Taito Inn Plenty of video games too More games machines Prize machines too Personally I did not like playing pinball at the Taio Inn because many people were smoking close the pinball area So I only stayed there for one hour before continuing to our third pinball location Mikado in Takadanobaba UPDATE 29th September 2014 The Lethal Weapon 3 pinball was replaced by an Indiana Jones Williams 1993 The Indiana Jones The current picture is Jurassic Park Data East 1993 Indiana Jones Williams 1993 Addams Family Bally 1992 The three pinballs at Taito Inn Both Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones were in good condition I was a little bit disappointed with the The Addams Family since the middle left flipper was not very powerful and so it was easy to

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    Medieval Madness PPS Monopoly Monster Bash Mustang Pro NBA Fastbreak NBA Fastbreak Nine Ball No Fear Dangerous Sports Operation Thunder Pinball Magic Pinball Magic Playboy Stern Punk Radical Radical Revenge from Mars Ripley s Believe It or Not Road Kings Roadshow Rocky Bullwinkle The Adventures of Rollergames Scared Stiff Secret Service Shadow The Space Shuttle Speakeasy Spider Man Spring Break Star Trek Stern LE Star Trek Stern LE Star Trek The Next Generation Stargate Stellar Wars Superman The Amazing Surf n Safari Takes from the Crypt Tales of the Arabian Nights Terminator 2 Terminator 3 The Sopranos Ticket Tac Toe Time Fantasy Time Machine DE Title Fight Tommy The Who s Tommy The Who s Tron LE Twilight Zone Twilight Zone Twilight Zone Twilight Zone Vampire Viper Sega Walking Dead The Pro Wheel of Fortune Whirlwind Wizard of Oz The 75th Wizard of Oz The 75th Wizard of Oz The LE Wizard World Cup Soccer World Poker Tour X Men Mangeto LE machine not working or powered up You can see the whole DPO Expo set up for yourself with our exclusive Thirteen Minute Tour of the De Voorste Venne complex taking in all the machines tournament areas and vendors One of the major additions this year was a programme of seminars The seminars schedule These were introduced by Gerard van de Sanden who came up with the original idea for an expanded DPO and arranged the seminars He appeared as The Dude alongside other DPO organisers to recreate the bowling scene in The Big Lebowski and introduce the first speaker The Dude with Walter Donny and Jesus 12 30pm Silver Castle Pinball Timeshock Pieter van Leijen from Silver Castle Pinball spoke about the company s plans to turn the Pro Pinball classic Timeshock into a physical game and started by introducing the various members of the team and the skills they bring to the table He explained the storyline in the game and the rules and modes which result from that before turning to how these are represented on the playfield Pieter then described some of the difficulties the team encountered in making those playfield features function both above and more importantly below the playfield where the original 3D model had no mechanisms The team are determined to make the real game follow the computer version as much as physically possible Pieter then handed the microphone to the creator of Timeshock Adrian Barritt who was at DPO Expo with the Silver Castle Team Adrian talked about the beginnings of the Pro Pinball series in 1995 when he and his colleague bought their first pinball machine a Star Trek The Next Generation They investigated making a computer version of that table a deal that never happened but it led them to make the first Pro Pinball game The Web They wanted to make something bigger and better for their second game knowing other companies were also developing their own pinball simulations and that led to the creation of Timeshock He said they wanted their simulations to be totally realistic so the games were designed with the theoretical ability to be built for real in mind Click here to play the MP3 of the talk or right click to download the file You can also use the player below to play it within this page Get the Flash Player to hear this audio clip You can also watch the entire seminar thanks to the Dutch Pinball Association here 1 30pm Dutch Pinball The Making of The Big Lebowski Jaap Nauta began his presentation by explaining how he wasn t expecting to be speaking but had been asked to host the seminar at short notice after Phil who hosted their seminar at Pinball Expo wasn t feeling well and had to go home It later transpired that Phil had left the Dutch Pinball team that weekend Jaap spoke mainly in Dutch and described how the team came together and used the Bride of Pinbot 2 0 project to prove to themselves how they could create a ruleset programme it make the display animations and the sounds and music To make most of the elements needed to create a full game Japp said they decided to partner with a manufacturing company rather than get involved in building games themselves They currently have five prototype machines two in Europe three in the US Note This seminar is mostly in Dutch with occasional sections in English Click here to play the MP3 of the talk or right click to download the file You can also use the player below to play it within this page Get the Flash Player to hear this audio clip You can also watch the entire seminar thanks to the Dutch Pinball Association here 2 45pm Jean Paul de Win Artwork and Animations from The Hobbit JP de Win created display animations for Jersey Jack Pinball s first title The Wizard of Oz He is currently working on their second title The Hobbit but is responsible for both the display animations and the playfield artwork He explained how the screen layout for The Wizard of Oz evolved and how the processes and assets available for The Hobbit are very different His original designs involved the use of circular windows to convey the shape of Bilbo Baggins house but this later changed to more Dwarfish straight line shapes incorporating the map of Middle Earth and the player s travels across it JP described how Keith Johnson s rules work to reach the game s overall objective and how those all needed to be represented on the backbox screen simultaneously so players could easily see their progress JP was then joined by Jack Guarnieri who also spoke about the development of The Hobbit But Jack began by describing his visit to Freddy s Pinball Paradise in Germany and to Holland during this trip He stressed how the The Hobbit machine out on the show floor is a prototype machine with all the changes we described above still to come He said they have taken on board many of the suggestions received and many had already been addressed even before the prototype was first shown at Pinball Expo two weeks earlier Jack spoke about JJP s desire to be in control of their own assets and destiny He said that is one reason they developed their own control system and how he was looking forward to Pat Lawlor s game the company s third title as it is not a licensed theme and so they are able to do pretty much whatever they want with the characters and the imagery without needing to get approval from a licensor Click here to play the MP3 of the talk or right click to download the file You can also use the player below to play it within this page Get the Flash Player to hear this audio clip In addition because JP de Win s part of the seminar was highly visual we grabbed our camcorder and shot a video of it for you You can watch that below You can also watch the entire seminar thanks to the Dutch Pinball Association here Before the final presentation Gerard made an announcement regarding the next title he will be making as part of Pinnovating com Having created The Matrix they have chosen another movie licence for their follow up game Pinnovating com s next title Kill Bill Then it was time for Steve Ritchie to look back on his career in the pinball business 3 45pm Steve Ritchie 40 Years Making Pinball Steve gave a pictorial guided tour around the Stern Pinball factory introducing the many people who work there and explaining their various roles He looked forward to the company s move to their new premises in Elk Grove scheduled for February 2015 saying he would have a larger office and more importantly a window He spoke about the last machine he designed Star Trek and said how the code is currently unfinished but would be completed at some point in the future He said he doesn t own any machines at the moment but will have a Star Trek Limited Edition but only when the code is complete Steve also described the differences between working at Stern and at Williams refused to talk about his next title and revealed that he has a veto over any licence he works with saying he has to be happy with it and convinced he can make a fun and attractive game from it He described Airborne Avenger as his worst game saying he was just a young punk trying to make a playable game using Atari s super widebody format Click here to play the MP3 of the talk or right click to download the file You can also use the player below to play it within this page Get the Flash Player to hear this audio clip You can also watch the entire seminar thanks to the Dutch Pinball Association here Steve then stayed to autograph flyers backglasses translites aprons and anything else visitors had brought along And so we come to the biggest draw for a significant number of DPO Expo visitors the tournaments First place artisan trophies made by Angela Drobka Metallic trophies for the other places The first of these to begin and end was the Team Tournament This started on Friday night a time which prevented several teams from taking part but limited its impact on the rest of the weekend s events and concluded on Saturday evening Held in the separate tournament room the setting up of the main hall and theatre could continue while the initial rounds took place The original start time of 7pm was pushed back to 8pm to allow teams more time to battle the Friday night traffic and reach the venue Entry cost 25 per team of four and the registered teams were split into two groups They played a mix of 4 player and split flipper matches against the other teams in their group with two players from one team playing two from the opposing team on one machine while the remaining players did the same on a different machine Points were awarded according to the finishing positions and for winning the overall match against an opposing team The two teams with the most points in each group progressed to Saturday evening s finals The final round began around 9 30pm once all the Dutch Pinball Open qualifying had finished In that final it was a win for the Amsterdam Pinball Masters Martijn van Amsterdam Martijn van Aken Roy Wils Tom Loomans who beat the Dutch Pinball Team Albert Nomden Paul Jongma Dirk Klaver Joska Keunekamp into second place with Filthy Harold Barry Driessen Koen Hetzel Jasmijn de Jong Cayle George in third The awards were presented at the very end of the show by which time some team members had left for the journey home Winners of the Team Tournament Amsterdam Pinball Masters Roy Wils and Martijn van Amsterdam with Steve Ritchie Second place Dutch Pinball Team Joska Keunekamp Albert Nomden Paul Jongma Dirk Klaver Third place Filthy Harold represented by Barry Driessen The Youth Tournament was competed next It was divided into two groups one for youths aged ten and above and a second group for the junior players below ten years of age The whole tournament was played on Sunday on the machines on the stage in the theatre The final round of the Junior Tournament The winner was Pascal Schellen who beat Stella Rozemeijer in the final with Joren Engelbeen in third Winner of the Junior Tournament Pascal Schellen In the Youth Tournament Thomas van Clapdorp was triumphant defeating Timber Engelbeen in the final match with Arthur Vissers in third Winner of the Youth Tournament Thomas van Clapdorp Then came the final of the Ladies Tournament which came down to a contest between Helen de Haan Verbeek and Kate Morris They each chose a machine in this best of three final Kate chose Junkyard and Helen chose World Cup Soccer Kate starts the final on her choice of Junkyard Helen is player two Kate s choice of machine didn t work out for her as Helen took a 1 0 lead Then it was Helen s choice of World Cup Soccer Helen starts on World Cup Soccer Her selection was a good one as she won the game and the final 2 0 Daniela Oymann was in third place Winner of the Ladies Tournament Helen de Haan Verbeek Second place Kate Morris Third place Daniela Oymann The top three with their trophies and flowers The classic tournament called Steve s Classic Match was the penultimate tournament to reach its conclusion The final was a simple affair The four players with the best run of three games on any of the six classic machines took part in a single 5 ball game on Black Knight The result would decide the top places The players were Dirk Elzholz Erwin Deutschländer Greg Mott Roy Wils Roy Wils plays in the Steve s Classic Match final It was a close final with Erwin Deutschländer coming out on top with his score of 1 518 020 Roy Wils was second with 1 115 480 Dirk Elzholz was third on 966 170 while Greg Mott was fourth with 912 960 Winner of Steve s Classic Match Erwin Deutschländer Second place Roy Wils Third place Dirk Elzholz Here are the full results Steve s Classic Match 1 Erwin Deutschländer 2 Roy Wils 3 Dirk Elzholz 4 Greg Mott 5 Albert Nomden 5 Paul Jongma 7 John Van Der Wulp 8 Lukasz Romanowski 9 David Mainwaring 10 Martin Ayub 11 Olli Mikko Ojamies 12 Jochen Ludwig 13 Bas Van Doorn 14 Cayle George 15 Stefan Herold 16 Jörg Multhaupt 17 Joonas Haverinen 18 Udo Schmieta 19 Mario Kertels 20 Rob Overdijk 20 Lieven Engelbeen 22 Andreas Harre 23 Dirk Klaver 24 Peter Bracke 25 Richard Hughes 26 Rafal Bytomski 27 Wilbert Der Kinderen 28 Florian Thomas 29 Victor Stulemeijer 30 Ralph Beckers 31 David Desury 32 Taco Wouters 33 Marcin Krysinski 34 Ollivier Francq 35 Kevin Roelants 36 Mathias Leurs 37 Robin Kemp 37 Peter Roos 39 Arthur De Jong 40 Didier Dujardin 41 Matt Vince 41 Peter Blakemore 43 Jasmijn De Jong 44 Richard Rothwell Jackson 45 Joska Keunekamp 46 Stifas Herold 47 Benny Hoezen 48 Rob Elens 48 Ivan Geentjens 50 Roel Franc 51 Jim Lindsay 52 Heinz Baumann 53 Eko Elens 54 Joeri Stroobants 55 Olivier Leurs 56 Gerard Vos 57 Helen De Haan Verbeek 58 Glenn Verhoosele 59 Maurice Mulder 60 Nils De Kleine 61 Steve Grettnich 62 Jeroen Dekker 63 Mahmut Saridag 63 Peter Sparrentak 65 Laurent Mahe 66 Ronald Klappe 67 Dave Van De Akker 68 Norman Heikamp 68 Joachim Reniers 70 Steffen Grubert 71 Norbert Broman 72 Gerard Poelwijk 73 Kate Morris 73 Mario Vandermeulen 75 Maurizio Vicciantuoni 76 Archibald Lefevre 77 Paul Rubens 78 Martijn Ewalds 79 Bart Volman 80 Daniela Oymann 81 Wilko Wieffering 81 Hendrik Morskate 83 Marcel Van Den Boogert 84 Mark Heneka 85 Stefan Fettes 86 Moira Ross Just the Dutch Pinball Open final remained Qualification took place on Saturday from 9 30am until 9pm and involved playing a single 4 ball game on any six of the twenty available machines They could also play their joker to replay any one of those six to try to improve their score Qualification in the Dutch Pinball Open Players waited for their selected game to become available by putting their player card against the machine name at the tournament desk The wait for machines Scores were recorded on tablets and the overall standings were shown on a projector screen with individual machine scores displayed on two side monitors The top 48 players out of a total field of 173 qualified for Sunday s play offs with the top 16 earning a bye through the first round Here are the qualification results Dutch Pinball Open Qualifying Pos Name Pts 1 Cayle George 584 2 Axel Bouet 557 3 Paul Jongma 528 4 ukasz Romanowski 500 5 Dirk Klaver 495 6 Norbert Broman 478 7 Sebastien Puertas 462 8 Jasper van Eeden 460 9 Roy Wils 457 10 Sylvain Grévin 455 11 Taco Wouters 453 12 Peter van Vliet 450 13 Ralph Beckers 449 14 Bas van Doorn 440 15 Jochen Ludwig 436 16 Martijn van Aken 428 17 Olli Mikko Ojamies 424 18 Victor Stulemeijer 417 19 Stefan Herold 417 20 Joonas Haverinen 413 21 Joska Keunekamp 411 22 Albert Nomden 407 23 Martijn van Amsterdam 399 24 Andreas Harre 399 25 Olivier Renders 398 26 Jean Paul de Win 397 27 John van der Wulp 386 28 Evert Brochez 386 29 Tom Geneyn 385 30 Gerard Poelwijk 381 31 Erwin Deutschlaender 380 32 Lieven Engelbeen 372 33 Dirk Elzholz 372 34 Hendrik Morskate 368 35 Greg Mott 366 36 Peter Roos 366 37 Norman Heikamp 354 38 Eko Elens 353 39 Ollivier Francq 352 40 David Mainwaring 346 41 Stanislas Chabior 345 42 Archibald Lefevre 342 43 Ronald Oenema 342 44 Didier Dujardin 337 45 Marco van Swelm 337 46 Martin Ayub 333 47 Wilbert der Kinderen 329 48 Arjan Neet 327 49 Michel Rorive 323 50 Bart Volman 320 51 Dennis Verleyen 317 52 Marcel van den Boogert 305 53 Rob Breyne 298 54 Kevin Roelants 298 55 Florian Thomas 292 56 Bart Bartholomeus 291 57 Jeroen Wieringa 291 58 Roger Wijnands 288 59 Joeri Stoobants 287 60 Steffen Grubert 286 61 Marcin Krysi ski 283 62 Jaap Valent 282 63 Bas Vis 282 64 Steven van der Staaij 281 65 Kevin van Rossum 278 66 Mart Oenema 276 67 Michel van den Elzen 273 68 Ronald Klappe 271 69 Ynze van den Broek 269 70 Helen de Haan Verbeek 269 71 Jörg Multhaupt 268 72 Maurizio Vicciantuoni 263 73 Phillip Eaton 263 74 David Deturck 259 75 Peter

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