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19th Chess.com Quick Knockouts (1401-1600)

Winners:

#1 Verslovas (1895)

#2 robinnilsson94 (1951)

#3 Maleclipse (1603)

TD: CHESScom Started on January 1, 2013 at 9:11 AM
Players: 682   Time Control: 24 hours/move
Max Group Size: 6   Rating Range: 1401-1600
# Advance: 1   Tie Breaks: Yes
Points Available: 489   Games Rated: Yes
Max Avg Time/Move: 3 hours

TOURNAMENT FINISHED!
Tournament Stats
Starting Players: 682 Completed Games: 4004 (tournament is 100% complete)
Eliminated Round 1: 568 (83% of field) Games in Round 1: 3,400
Eliminated Round 2: 90 (13% of field) Games in Round 2: 520
Eliminated Round 3: 15 (2% of field) Games in Round 3: 72
Eliminated Round 4: 4 (0% of field) Games in Round 4: 12
Players Withdrawn: 18 (2%) # Timeouts: 643 (16%)
Remaining Players: 0 (0%) Remaining Games: 0 (current round)
Average Rating: 1493 Biggest Upset: 1529 defeats 2026

This is the 19th RAPID Chess.com Tournament! Only players who play their games QUICKLY (who have a low Avg. Time per Move) and who have completed 5 games already can register. Games have a 1 day time control and the games in the round start immediately! (That is 10 games starting right away and going fast!!)

Think fast and good luck!


Comments


  • 17 months ago

    JubJub1

    So which genius allowed 2 months vacation time in a Quick tournament?

  • 18 months ago

    Armen93

    Why cheaters points don't + another players?

  • 18 months ago

    Milos_M_Pavlovic

  • 18 months ago

    Armen93

    next round will  starts  with 6 hours

  • 18 months ago

    Beachdude67

    I'd like to thank Majstro for being the jerk who really held up round 1. Thanks a lot.

  • 19 months ago

    niks96

    prashant0052003 : you're wrong. In the case you describe, both qualify, like in group 76

  • 19 months ago

    scottys_b4

    I'm thinking round 2 will start mid april!!! some folks still have 3-4 games still to play?!?

  • 19 months ago

    prashant0052003

    PastTheFuture... this person is in group 77 and there was a tie for the 1st position both the players ended at a score of 9-0-1 loosing 1 game to each other and wining rest of the matches tie break was also equal so one more game held between the two to finalize the winner. and Yimbiri won the 11th match... if it was a draw then 12 match must have taken place between the two :)

  • 19 months ago

    Beachdude67

    Jubjub, that's because people tend to go on vacation and grind everything to a halt. Eventually they run out of vacation but yeah, it takes weeks for the first round of this tournament to complete.

  • 19 months ago

    PastTheFuture

    Just out of curiousity, how is is that there is a player who has played 11 games? Yimbiri is listed in the standings at 10-0-1

  • 20 months ago

    JubJub1

    Progress has really ground to a halt. Feels like that completion rate has been stuck on 82% for weeks now.

  • 20 months ago

    MissTobyillustrious

    Looking for charismatic international 960 superstars!http://www.chess.com/tournament/international-invite-960

  • 20 months ago

    prashant0052003

     23 hours ago

    Agent-Of-Chaos... its very easy and simple, total score of all off the players loosing to you will be added to count your tie-break, suppose a player A scores 5 points and looses two matches to you then you will get 2(no. of matches you won against him) x 5(his score) tie-break points from him.

    for your total tie-break score you have to add up in this same manner for all the players loosing you... :)

  • 20 months ago

    nitishbhat614000

    me doing well till now

  • 20 months ago

    Beachdude67

    So long as you survive to advance to the next round; that's the important thing, although I'm not sure if a really good performance in the first round gives you easier pairings in the next round or not...does anyone know how that works?

  • 20 months ago

    philanisbu

    #88

  • 20 months ago

    philanisbu

    I'm in a really tight group...

  • 21 months ago

    teachaman

    1 per group move on (unless there is a tie)

  • 21 months ago

    MissTobyillustrious

    It is indeed 'a small world'. Cool name Beechdude. Good luck. I'm just off to Inverness (Scotland) to look for the Loch Ness Monster! Hotel overlooks the loch. I'll have my laptop, no 'vacation' required.Smile

  • 21 months ago

    Beachdude67

    Aldomat was indeed in this tournament but had bad luck in the first round and withdrew. I had him in my bracket.

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