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Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  glots on Mon Jul 12, 2010 7:27 pm

In the coming weeks there is a scheduled Spectral Safari at a local store, and I was approached about running it. The main question I have is if I am to run this tournament, how do I go about tracking it with now tournament software? I have Mantis, but that seems inappropriate for a sanctioned tournament. Suggestions?

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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Roshen on Mon Jul 12, 2010 7:48 pm

Hello,

At this time you can use any tournament software you'd like to run the Swiss pairings for your event.

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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Hooblah on Tue Jul 13, 2010 8:30 am

swiss means one undefeated right ry?
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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Bernado on Tue Jul 13, 2010 8:42 am

Swiss means a player plays against a player who has the same score.
After the first game, a player that won will play another player that won and a player that lost will play againts a player that lost.

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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Morp on Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:36 am

Hooblah wrote:swiss means one undefeated right ry?
Pending on the amount of players you get you could have more then one undefeated player. So youll have to calculate tiebreakers.
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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  CCGs Cards on Tue Jul 13, 2010 4:21 pm

Morp wrote:
Hooblah wrote:swiss means one undefeated right ry?
Pending on the amount of players you get you could have more then one undefeated player. So youll have to calculate tiebreakers.

Swiss is typically run with enough rounds to ensure that there is a maximum of 1 undefeated player.

4 players - 2 rounds
5-8 players - 3 rounds
9-16 players - 4 rounds
17-32 players - 5 rounds
33-64 players - 6 rounds
65-128 players - 7 rounds
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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  KingMagni on Tue Jul 13, 2010 4:29 pm

CCGs Cards wrote:
Morp wrote:
Hooblah wrote:swiss means one undefeated right ry?
Pending on the amount of players you get you could have more then one undefeated player. So youll have to calculate tiebreakers.

Swiss is typically run with enough rounds to ensure that there is a maximum of 1 undefeated player.

4-8 players - 3 rounds
9-16 players - 4 rounds
17-32 players - 5 rounds
33-64 players - 6 rounds
65-128 players - 7 rounds
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Canada Kits?

Post  Maiku23 on Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:07 am

Is there a way that OP Kits will be available to Canada?
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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Aaric on Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:41 am

If your store is signed up for battlegrounds then yes.

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Re: Spectral Safari scorekeeping

Post  Maiku23 on Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:52 am

we are signed up, but what action needs to be taken from there? is there a website we order from?
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