Finally found the best chess tournament manager

aoslm12193

Hi all,

I just want to share that I finally found good chess manager. I would recommend - https://www.swips.eu, it is the best software I tried so far for managing chess tournaments.

gspnetto

Hi, there. I agree with you: I didn't find a best app yet. However, I think it is expensive to pay 20€ for tournament and the basic version is too limited, even for small tournaments (10 people) Any way, I am just looking for a simple and free app for a tournament between friends. 

aoslm12193
gspnetto wrote:

Hi, there. I agree with you: I didn't find a best app yet. However, I think it is expensive to pay 20€ for tournament and the basic version is too limited, even for small tournaments (10 people) Any way, I am just looking for a simple and free app for a tournament between friends. 

 

Hi gspnetto, it is much cheaper now, the basic price for month is around 5 euros. 

MH06941

I am currently using SWIPS. It is fantastic!

zyzniewski

Good Morning Gentlemen,

 

I would like to introduce you the product I am co-founder, called ChessManager. ChessManager has proved it's quality in Polish Championships in 2015 and 2016 as well as in latest Ukrainian Championships. Also I'm really happy to annouce it will be used in upcoming European Blitz and Rapid Championships in December 2017. It's completly free of charge but we provide some extra paid services like Online Payments, SMS sent directly to players' cell phones with their pairings, etc. Interested? You can give it a try here: https://admin.chessmanager.com

 

Regards,

Tomasz Żyźniewski

tomasz.zyzniewski@chessmanager.com

ChessSnuffle

I tried SWIPS and I recommend it to all happy.png

catmom2

Try this for setting up a tournament. https://caissachess.net/

 

jkibbe
catmom2 wrote:

Try this for setting up a tournament. https://caissachess.net/

 

 

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Luxferre

Nice!