1st Thematic Tournament Series: The Polish Opening (U1600 Section)
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Posted by Maroon5fan on 1/26/13 at 8:40 PM
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|Max Group Size:
||392 (tournament is 79% complete)
|Eliminated Round 1:
||69 (69% of field)
||Games in Round 1:
||8 (current round)
1061 defeats 1424
Welcome everyone to this tournament which is part of my 1st Thematic Tournament Series! This one's theme is the Polish Opening, meaning every game will begin with 1.b4. This is an unorthodox opening, so you've probably never played it before. Let's have fun with it!
This is the U1600 Section. if you are rated over 1600 (or are 1501-1599 and would like to play up) please join the O1500 Section here:
The time control will be 3 days per move, with group sizes 5 and one per group advance. Vacation time is allowed.
Winners receive these cool custom trophies!
If you would like to see the other thematic tournaments in this series, as well as other tournaments I direct, you can join my tournament group here:
As in all of my tournaments, top finishers are invited to the Winner's Championship, a special invitation-only event for the best players of my tournaments. See more info here:
Good luck everyone, and have fun experimenting with this opening!