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  1. 30 Oct '04 15:46 / 2 edits
    If I made the Americlan! tournaments rated, would more people be interested?

    Here is the scope....


    So, you want to be in a tournament. You have come to the right place.

    Things to consider:

    -These games are played at red hot pawn
    -These games have a 1 to a 3 day TO / 7 day time bank
    -These tournaments are for five rounds
    -All time outs are mandatory

    Clarifications:

    (These games are played at rhp) self explanatory.

    (These games have a 1 to a 3 day TO / 7 day time bank) This will move the games along.

    (These tournaments are for five rounds) This gives people a chance to play both colors, and if they make a mistake in one game they still have a chance to win the tournament or finish well. All will play till the end, no one is just out.

    (All time outs are mandatory) Just like in a real tournament….if you’re out of time, you’re out of luck.


    Thank you for considering this tournament type, I encourage you to participate. The more the better.

    Mike



    http://makephpbb.com/phpbb/index.php?mforum=theamericlan
  2. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    30 Oct '04 20:32
    Originally posted by rapalla7
    If I made the Americlan! tournaments rated, would more people be interested?

    Here is the scope....


    So, you want to be in a tournament. You have come to the right place.

    Things to consider:

    -These games are played at red hot pawn
    -These games have a 1 to a 3 day TO / 7 day time bank
    -These tournaments are for five rounds
    -All time outs ...[text shortened]... e. The more the better.

    Mike



    http://makephpbb.com/phpbb/index.php?mforum=theamericlan
    Yep, five round Swiss appeals to me. I'm in.

    skeeter
  3. 30 Oct '04 20:46 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by skeeter
    Yep, five round Swiss appeals to me. I'm in.

    skeeter
    Excellent, I will plug you in.

    You've played before?

    EDIT..a swiss tournament, not chess