Top 10 Reasons to Play Turbo Bocce

Turbo Bocce was invented in Syracuse and is designed to be played here! Here are 10 more reasons to try Turbo Bocce …

#1) Playing Bocce is the absolute best way to be social and meet new people

Did you know that bocce is considered America’s most social sport? Think it over, and you’ll see why this makes sense. When you play bocce you’re standing right next to your opponents, interacting with them. In our league you’ll often find yourself sharing drinks and food with the people you are playing against. You can’t help but meet new people and make new friends. Now contrast that with other recreational sports, like kickball or softball where your team is in … Read More »

Bracket of 32 and Vegas Odds!

Some people couldn’t see the last bracket so lets give this link a try …

Bracket 2019

I’ll also list the Vegas Odds in order so if you can’t see the bracket for any reason you can see the order of the bracket below with the winners of the games listed next to each other playing in the next round.

As always we use real formulas that a real sports book uses to handicap baseball games, and we put our stats into the equations so you know how Vegas likes your chances.

#1 Never Had the Makings vs. #33 Ooh You Were So Close …  Vegas Says … Read More »

2019 Playoffs Revealed!

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All playoff games will be played at exactly 6pm on Tuesday 8/13.  If you can’t play at that time please email paul@turbobocce.com to figure out a new time to play or you forfeit and your season is over.

If you win your first round game you advance to play next Tuesday 8/14 at 6pm, and if you win that game you’ll play in the Turbo Bocce Championship which will be played at 11am on Saturday August 24th.  Free drinks will be provided during play, and free food will be … Read More »

Who is the Best Bocce Player in Syracuse? 1 on 1 Tournament!

Our first 1 on 1 tournament using the group stage format, yielded perhaps the best and most tightly contested 1 on 1 tournament ever!

Part of the reason for the high quality of play was that it ended in 4 hours, compared to our longest 1 on 1 tournament which lasted over 9 hours with roughly the same number of competitors.

 

As most 1 on 1 tournaments are, it was a hot day in the sun with no clouds or shade to speak of.  Thank got everybody got free delicious Young Lion beer to drink while they played!

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