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happy new year(<1300)

Winners:

#1 MaestroChocho (1670)

#3 roygbiv333 (1604)

TD: chessbomb5 Started on January 17, 2013 at 11:26 AM
Players: 36   Time Control: 3 days/move
Max Group Size: 6   Rating Range: <1300
# Advance: 3   Tie Breaks: Yes
Points Available: 593   Games Rated: Yes

TOURNAMENT FINISHED!
Tournament Stats
Starting Players: 36 Completed Games: 314 (tournament is 100% complete)
Eliminated Round 1: 18 (50% of field) Games in Round 1: 180
Eliminated Round 2: 9 (25% of field) Games in Round 2: 90
Eliminated Round 3: 5 (13% of field) Games in Round 3: 32
Eliminated Round 4: 4 (11% of field) Games in Round 4: 12
Players Withdrawn: 0 (0%) # Timeouts: 33 (10%)
Remaining Players: 2 (5%) Remaining Games: 0 (current round)
Average Rating: 1274 Biggest Upset: 1188 defeats 1480

ring in the new year with this


Comments


  • 20 months ago

    WarIsMyFatherland

    If you suspect someone of cheating you can always report it -- especially if you go through the game with some sort of tool and compare your moves to different chess engines, etc. I read on a forum here that cheaters are being busted every hour.

    Also, if someone were to be taking the time to on a consistent basis ask people around them for help cheating in the game... Well, they are only as good as the best chess player, overall, and it would be more like you are playing the other person than them.

  • 20 months ago

    MaestroChocho

    These tournaments create bad habits?

    I ask because in a real tournament you do not have days to think, no analysis tools, or privileges (users paying to Chess.com), and can not ask someone else.


    Thanks.


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