Swiss manager software

egycottonbrocker

may some one send me a link for downloading  swiss manager software ?

LikeTheLake

http://swiss-manager.at/download.aspx?lan=1

egycottonbrocker

thx ,,,

egycottonbrocker
egycottonbrocker wrote:

thx ,,,


i downloded it , it is demo , do u know some link for full version ,

dvnced thnx

LikeTheLake

Hi egy.  Please read the info in the website, it say everything you need to know about it.

sixhobbits

I've used Sevilla for many tournaments -- it's completely free, even for full version, and full of features. chess.com already links to it here:

http://www.chess.com/download/view/sevilla-1384

egycottonbrocker
sixhobbits wrote:

I've used Sevilla for many tournaments -- it's completely free, even for full version, and full of features. chess.com already links to it here:

http://www.chess.com/download/view/sevilla-1384

thnks

egycottonbrocker
LikeTheLake wrote:

Hi egy.  Please read the info in the website, it say everything you need to know about it.

thnks,,

egycottonbrocker
egycottonbrocker wrote:
egycottonbrocker wrote:

thx ,,,


i downloded it , it is demo , do u know some link for full version ,

dvnced thnx

I used Swiss manager software yesterday, it is very good, there are some tricks may happen in pairing , i hope to find some notes about these tricks, if any one could share.

vjdassan

I need a Pairing software

aoslm12193

I would recommend SWIPS - Chess Tournament Manger (www.swips.eu)

OMGChess14

I wouldn't.  You have to pay for each tournament you use with swips rather than purchasing the software and using it as needed.  Yes, it's free for 20 players and fewer, but so is most other software (Vega is free for up to 30, for instance, and the linux version is 100% free).

 

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aoslm12193
OMGChess14 wrote:

I wouldn't.  You have to pay for each tournament you use with swips rather than purchasing the software and using it as needed.  Yes, it's free for 20 players and fewer, but so is most other software (Vega is free for up to 30, for instance, and the linux version is 100% free).

 

 

Actually you do not have to. Did you try to create tournament? happy.png 

OMGChess14

Then explain the pricing graphic I posted.  It's a screenshot from the website you linked.  20 Euros per tournament with a max of 50 players and 50 Euros per tournament with more than 50.

aoslm12193
OMGChess14 wrote:

Then explain the pricing graphic I posted.  It's a screenshot from the website you linked.  20 Euros per tournament with a max of 50 players and 50 Euros per tournament with more than 50.

I think it was only for a short time period. It looks like this now:

 

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vladimir3004

 Who has the keys to the SwissManager program for the full version ??
Please send to vladimir3004@mail.ru
For me $ 150 is expensive! Tournaments must be conducted
Thank you in advance
Sincerely, Vladimir

EscherehcsE
vladimir3004 wrote:

 Who has the keys to the SwissManager program for the full version ??
Please send to vladimir3004@mail.ru
For me $ 150 is expensive! Tournaments must be conducted
Thank you in advance
Sincerely, Vladimir

Try monkey123 - That's got to be it!

vladimir3004

No, it's not  monkey123null

Rsava

Instead of trying to steal software, have you tried an online Swiss Tournament system:

http://www.free-swiss.com/

EscherehcsE
vladimir3004 wrote:

No, it's not  monkey123

hehe, you actually tried it? Laughing