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Kevin Perkins
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May 12, 2012
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June 22
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"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
We get them started right away no problem. Again, I've used your software, but don't know how it handles teams that want to play up, teams that don't want to be bumped down, etc.
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Jeff, you should be around the start of a team game with over 150 teams. Keeping up with all of these special request would be a logistical nightmare.
Please, One More Time for this Theme
I would roll it back, and have on many occasions in this situation.
What event would you play in?
I did not give any instruction to discourage it, and, while I was around the selling station, it did not sound like they were trying to kill it, although I was not around that much, as I had much to keep track of. If this happened while I was away ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
Why not use AcblScore?
What event would you play in?
I think it is an overbid that we were actively trying to kill it. It was clear that it would be a small event, we were just letting players know that it would be small. At least that was my impression of what was said.
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
We bracket all teams, from the top, and get no complaints.
The Death of 4-Session KO's
Houston tried the 3 session KOs as an alternative to the 4 session ones that were dwindling. Now that the Bracketed Swisses [sic] have became popular, I don't think there is a viable KO format.
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Gordon, Bracketed RRs have become very popular in my part of the US(Texas). The lower level players LOVE playing against their peers and not having to play against the better players. It is much more popular than a Open Swiss, or even a Flighted Swiss.
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Jeff, One reason to decide how many teams per bracket ahead of time is to be able to have the tables set with the boards. Having to board the tables after the brackets are set is a lot of work to do right at gametime, especially with the players trying ...
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