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I am in chess.com's latest tournament set to start September 1st, and according to the tournament page, the previous tourney I was in is still wrapping up its final games. I have already been beat out of that one, but it shows up in my list of currents I think. Does this mean that in a few days when my diamond subscription runs out that I can't be in chess.com's latest 1400-1600 tourney beginning in September? Just wondering how that worked...Thanks in advance.
Ok, thanks TheMouse. Much appreciated!
Also, if you have been eliminated from a tournament, but it is still running, and you want out so you can join another tournament (as a basic member), go to the tournament page and click 'withdraw'.
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