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8. January 2003, 00:40:43
Descenter 
Subject: Way 2 Go
GR8 tourney. I like the way you do business Mr. Fencer.

7. January 2003, 22:51:30
eddie spaghetti 
Subject: Re: Good luck every one
you need us to find one for ya? haha

7. January 2003, 22:46:32
Fencer 
Subject: Re: Good luck every one
Thanks :-) And don't ask how much images I had to create for Backgammon. Is any other game more complicated? ;-)

7. January 2003, 21:52:07
eddie spaghetti 
Subject: Re: Good luck every one
yes good luck 2 everyone...also everyone lets give fencer a big round of applause on these tourneys and all the hard work inviolved..job well done..can anyone just imagine how much typin this guy much do in a week? whew...i would just rather sit back and use my mouse.,..haha

7. January 2003, 21:26:03
Rose 
Subject: Good luck every one
Good luck to all in the tournies.. Fencer I just had a look at the page for standings and to keep track of games. I love the lay out!!! Well done for your first tourney!!!

7. January 2003, 09:59:26
Fencer 
Subject: Re: DeadLine SignUp FirstTourny??
I am sorry radiant, you missed the deadline.
But you will be welcome to join any next tournament :-)

6. January 2003, 22:57:01
Radiant2008 :-) 
Subject: DeadLine SignUp FirstTourny??
Can I still sign in for this first tourny, or is it closed already? If so, too bad :-(

But for all those who have signed in on time: GoodLuck! :D

5. January 2003, 23:47:19
Uil 
Subject: Re: BKR
Fencer, thanks for the answer. Looking forward to improve my BKR's

5. January 2003, 08:05:13
Fencer 
Subject: Re: BKR
Yes, all tournament games are rated and will be counted immediately after a game is finished.

5. January 2003, 00:43:21
Uil 
Subject: BKR
I can't find anything about it. Are tournament results counting for your BKR?

1. January 2003, 19:44:25
harley 
Subject: Re:
My head is hung in shame!! LOL, thanks for the compliment Aurora!! All the best for the New Year (hope you get over your hangover soon!! LOL!)

1. January 2003, 19:38:04
AuroraBorealis 
Subject: Re:
LOL..Im not slurring no words!! its not easy to give you a compliment, is it ... huh..? HUH???..LOL

1. January 2003, 19:36:28
harley 
Subject: Re:
Have you stopped drinking since last night?!! You're slurring your words!!!!!!

1. January 2003, 19:28:02
AuroraBorealis 
Subject: Re:
awww hlqrnslhs..who wants to be on your enemie list??

30. December 2002, 18:37:46
Fencer 
No, this is a tournament rule, like for real tournaments. You cannot choose who you are playing with.

30. December 2002, 18:02:56
harley 
What happens if you are signed up for a tournament and someone on you enemies list is also signed up? Is it possible to end up playing that person? Just curious how that would work!

26. December 2002, 00:29:56
Uil 
Subject: horde chess
i suggest it will be the first and last horde chess tournament. It is not a fair game, with 2 good players white always wins

26. December 2002, 00:27:50
Uil 
Subject: Re:
never played fortress chess before but i will sign up to let that tourney go on. Don't expect a good result

22. December 2002, 20:02:46
harley 
I'll sign up once my membership comes through!! Should be with you well before the last day to sign up.

22. December 2002, 19:40:33
Fencer 
Looks like we'll have a tournament of all game types except Fortress Chess since only 3 players signed up for this game type tourney and the minimum of players is 4. Any volunteer to fix it up? ;-)

22. December 2002, 05:42:10
Pbarb2 
Subject: Re: Membership.
Thanks Kevin..That sounds ok. Fencer thanks for the extra month.

18. December 2002, 03:02:00
Kevin 
Subject: Re: Membership.
As long as you remain a knight you will still have a limit of 50 games at a time. The extra month is simply that...you will get 13 months if you pay for 12, or 7 months if you pay for 6 :-)

17. December 2002, 20:29:54
Pbarb2 
Subject: Membership.
I have 50 slots, but think it says somewhere that you are giving a month free with sign up? What is this about? Does it increase your slots or does that stay the same? BARB

13. December 2002, 16:11:39
AuroraBorealis 
Subject: line4
looks like this is going to be an interesting line4 tournament..a lot of good players have already signed up!

12. December 2002, 10:59:59
harley 
I wont be on free membership for long!! :oD

12. December 2002, 07:12:50
Sandman 
cool!

12. December 2002, 07:12:20
Fencer 
Right, but only for the first tourney :-)

12. December 2002, 07:11:37
Sandman 
Subject: Re:
But for this frist tourny we are ok?

12. December 2002, 06:59:20
Fencer 
That a restriction of free membership. I cannot give EVERYTHING for free.

11. December 2002, 22:19:48
harley 
Subject: Re:
Thats right, bummer eh?!!

11. December 2002, 21:52:37
Sandman 
Subject: Re:
Let me see if I get this...if I am a pawn, I can only be plaing 13 games when the tourny starts?

11. December 2002, 07:08:28
Fencer 
1) About round 2, the second possibility [playing more than 20 games] is more probable.
2) Yes, 7 [or less] spaces for one game type. If you sign up for all 21 games, you would need up to 147 spaces. Good motivation to upgrade to Brain Rook, eh? ;-)

10. December 2002, 21:15:19
harley 
Could I ask another too? (sorry!)
If you need seven spaces for one tournament, does that mean if you join two games, say, one Tablut and one Reversi, you need 14 spaces? And 21 if you sign up for, say, chess too? Or is it just 7 per whole tournament, no matter how many different types of game you sign up for?

10. December 2002, 20:57:00
Rose 
Subject: Another question on touraments
I hope I word this right as it makes sense in my head but don't know if I can make sense in typing it. A friend who is a non member asked me this and I had no idea. Right now if a player have 13 games they can take a tournament game. But what happens if they make it to round 2 and just before round 2 starts they are maxed out at 20 games. Do they forfeit round 2 or will the tournament progress with them playing more then 20 games? If someone else has asked this I am sorry I cant find the answer to it.

9. December 2002, 14:42:08
Fencer 
I've written something in FAQ about that.

9. December 2002, 14:40:41
harley 
But a maximum of seven? Wow, thats a lot! I guess theres plenty of warning to get those empty slots on each tourney though?

9. December 2002, 14:38:04
Fencer 
7 for one tournament [or less, depending on total number of players].

9. December 2002, 11:40:46
harley 
Just a quickie, I've never played in a tournament before, exactly how many empty slots do you need?

8. December 2002, 17:14:06
Sandman 
Subject: Re:
How about, if someone signs up for a tourny and when it starts they don't have enough slots open they can play but as soon as a regular game is done it takes that spot and no more game s can be taken? To difficult or to many variables?

8. December 2002, 12:53:55
Fencer 
Yes, the tournament games count towards the game limit. But this first tournament is an exception because I need to test the tournament system as much as possible. Currently the only limitation is that a pawn can join only one tournament.
But the next regular tournaments will be defined with some restrictions. For example if a player sings up for a tournament but when the sign-up process is finished and he/she doesn't have enough empty slots for new games, the player will be removed from this tournament.

8. December 2002, 08:52:34
Kevin 
I think i read something about a limit and "20" on the Czech board...so i'm guessing it was a question asking if the pawn's 20 game limit applies to tournament games too. The problem is i do not understand czech, so i could not pick out the answer. I'm just curious, but do the tournament games count towards the pawn and knight game limit? Thanks!

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