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Tournament Statistics: Record the End Date


  • 23 months ago · Quote · #1

    artfizz

    In the statistics collected for completed tournaments, it would be helpful to show the tournament END date {illustrated in RED below} in addition to the START date. e.g.

    TD: White_Rabbit

    Started on

    Nov 5, 2011 @ 12:02am

    Finished on

     Nov 5, 2012 @ 12:02am

    Elapsed Time:

     365 Days

     

    Players:

    10

     

    Time Control:

    7 days/move

    Max Group Size:

    10

     

    Rating Range:

    1100-1800

    # Advance:

    1

     

    Tie Breaks:

    Yes

    Points Available:

    233

     

    Games Rated:

    Yes


    TOURNAMENT FINISHED!

     

    Tournament Stats

    Starting Players:

    10

    Completed Games:

    90 (tournament is 100% complete)

    Players Withdrawn:

    0 (0%)

    # Timeouts:

    18 (20%)

    Remaining Players:

    1 (10%)

    Remaining Games:

    0

    Average Rating:

    1552

    Biggest Upset:

    1555 defeats 1801

     

    This would give greater transparency to how long tournaments actually take, and should provide data for forecasting likely end dates. (Other bits of data - such as whether vacation was allowed - would be needed data to make complete sense of the data.)

  • 23 months ago · Quote · #2

    ravster

    Good idea artfizz, but the elapsed time would be 366 days as 2012 is a leap year ;)

    Agree with you though!

  • 23 months ago · Quote · #3

    MSC157

    Nice idea!

    But this one will take the record! :D http://www.chess.com/tournament/16th-chesscom-tournament-1201-1400

  • 21 months ago · Quote · #4

    artfizz

    MSC157 wrote:

    Nice idea!

    But this one will take the record! :D http://www.chess.com/tournament/16th-chesscom-tournament-1201-1400

    Only 13 months!

    This one ...  a-very-long-tornement  ... is closing in on its 3-year anniversary.

  • 21 months ago · Quote · #5

    MSC157

    But if you multiply 13 months with 4 (3 days x 4 = 12 days), you get 4 years :)

    But you're right!


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