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Alexis Duenas    (2011-12-24)
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by paying 30 euros entry fee a tournament should be created with 11 players and 2 prizes,ficgs could take a % and earn money


Thibault de Vassal    (2011-12-24 17:42:57)
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Hello Alexis,

Yes, it would be very easy to create such tournaments. We had no players with Epoints enough a few years ago for this. Maybe it is time now.

Who would enter such a waiting list among these possibilities?

1. Rated 7 players single round robin tournament, no rating range, 20 epoints entry fee
2. Unrated 7 players single round robin tournament, no rating range, 20 epoints entry fee
3. Rated 5 players double round robin tournament, no rating range, 30 epoints entry fee
4. Unrated 5 players double round robin tournament, no rating range, 30 epoints entry fee

Both rated & unrated options have inconvenients IMO... Any better idea? The prize would be about 96 to 100% entry fees.

(by the way, this may partly solve the problem of the other discussion about double round robin tournaments)


Garvin Gray    (2011-12-29 15:56:04)
money prize tournaments

My vote is 3,1,4,2


Scott Nichols    (2011-12-29 16:37:53)
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I also vote 3,1,4,2


Don Groves    (2011-12-30 02:36:43)
money prize tournaments

I would enter either 1 or 3.


Sebastian Boehme    (2011-12-30 03:01:59)
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Yes I also think, if such tournaments are held then they should be rated in my opinion. So 1 or 3 ....if not then I prefer option 4 to option 2

Cheers,

Sebi


Thibault de Vassal    (2011-12-30 20:28:59)
money prize tournaments

Thanks for your answers :)

I think we'll try option 3 very soon....


Alvin Alcala    (2012-01-01 01:25:49)
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I go for 3 ;)


George Clement    (2012-01-12 17:59:39)
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Heck, I'll go for 3,1


Yoppy Paulus    (2012-08-23 17:44:11)
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I want to join this tournament please


Michael Rogers    (2012-08-24 20:47:47)
money prize tournaments

Very good idea, Thibault. This would certainly create more interest in the tournaments. I prefer one and two but would accept three and four.


Garvin Gray    (2012-08-25 20:44:17)
money prize tournaments

Hello Michael,

This concept has now evolved into the standard open tournament and has been running for a few months.


Daniel Parmet    (2012-08-25 23:43:21)
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3,1,4,2.
I would definitely pay if it was a strong tournament.


Peter W. Anderson    (2012-08-26 14:07:57)
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Any of these as long as they are rapid speed. My preferance would be for 1 or 3.

This would be an interesting development. Would we get some of the 2400+ players playing at rapid speed I wonder?


Garvin Gray    (2012-08-26 14:40:22)
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Would be? This tournament is already offered. It is called STANDARD OPEN!!!!!









 

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