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I was looking unsuccessfully for something like Swiss System for Mac, a pairing software to run Swiss System USCF tournaments. I tried to run the demo version of Swiss System in Wine, but it failed with a bunch of error messages. Are there any TDs around here who use Macs to run their tournaments, and if so, what kind of software do you use?
I don't use a Mac but you might try WinTD. They have a version for OS X.
Looks like they have a demo version you can try too.
Do you have any idea of a software that can allow me to pair players in a game? I have a hard time pairing players using the swish 7..
I haven't used it before, but you may want to try this:
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