Lyman Sheats won the Sixth Annual Midwest Pinball Championships at the Midwest Gaming Classic! The field was a tough one, with over 80 players participating, and featured the largest finals field in the history of the event with 35 of the 80 players competing. Lyman emerged the winner to claim his part of the $2500 pot after intense games on machines from across all eras, including 3 Coins, Paragon, 4 Square and Judge Dredd. Two days before at the event, Clock Chaos was contested for over $1000 of prizes with a field of 50 players, with Chris Frame emerging as the winner. These two tournaments made up some of the most intense competition at the 2011 Midwest Gaming Classic, which welcomed over 3700 attendees to the show, and awarded over $5000 in tournament prizes!