Hall of fame
Back to forum
Graham Cridland (2006-04-21)
An option to remove oneself from the waiting list for a tournament might be useful. No immediate need on my part at present, but people's schedules change, etc.
Thibault de Vassal (2006-04-22 05:39:05)
Might be useful, right... But what to do if people's schedules change once the games started ? I made this way to reduce forfeits, players shouldn't enter waiting list if they are not sure to play the games until the end... Feel free to tell me what you think about that.
Graham Cridland (2006-04-22 17:47:39)
Just a suggestion, I'm honestly not sure which way of handling it is superior, I just noticed the lack of an option and thought I'd mention it.
Christoph Schroeder (2020-01-28 23:00:27)
Enabling to remove oneself from a waiting list should be given a higher priority.
Recently, I "played" a go tournament where all 6 opponents were non-starters. The high percentage of non-starters (not only in go but also in poker and chess) could AND SHOULD drastically be reduced by creating a possibility to step down before the tornament starts.
Thibault de Vassal (2020-01-30 20:54:25)
Yes, indeed... that followed a registering option I had to create to increase the number of (real) active players. It worked but that's the bad side effect. I don't think it should open the possibility to retire from waiting lists but I have to find a way to reduce forfeits.
[Chess forum] [Rating lists] [Countries] [Chess openings] [Legal informations] [Contact]
[Social network] [Hot news] [Discussions] [Seo forums] [Meet people] [Directory]
FICGS is also a social network including seo forums, a hot news & buzz blog, a free web directory and discussion forums to meet people from all over the world. Discuss the last events, improve your search engines optimization, submit your website, share your interests...
Feel free to link to FICGS chess server, register & win Epoints :