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Is it possible to somehow see if a tournament you have signed up to allow vacations? I know that you get the question at the moment you sign up, but it should be possible to see afterwards as well?
After all, I don't want to withdraw from a tournament to find out either.
don't know the answer Halvard,lol
That the tournament is "No vacation" is lost from the description once the tournament starts.
You have to look for the hourglass symbol next to it on the list of current tournaments.
If the tournament DOES NOT allow vacation, there will be a sign like this next to the tournament name. Any other tournament that does not have this sign allows vacation!
Hope this helps!
Just what I wanted to know. :)
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