Glasscoe Weekender Anti Swiss February 2019

Berkeley Chess School, 2622 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702, USA
Feb 08 2019
Feb 10 2019
Entry Fee
$60.00 $50.00

Early bird price expires on Feb 05, 2019 at 11:59 PM

Berkeley Club Member $10 Discount (Must be part of a BCS Friday night Tournament to receive the Discount)
$50.00 $40.00

Early bird price expires on Feb 05, 2019 at 11:59 PM

Prize fund

$2,000 (Based on 60 entries.)
60% guaranteed

Schedules

3 day Schedule (02/08/2019 - 02/10/2019)

2 day Schedule (02/09/2019 - 02/10/2019)

Sections

2000+(Fide) (2000+) Prize: 1st=500, 2nd=250 Class Prize U2200= 150

Under 2000 (1600-1999) Prize: 1st=300, 2nd=200 Class Prize U1800=100

Under 1600 (1000-1599) Prize: 1st=250, 2nd=150, Class Prize U1400=100

Byes

Max of byes: 2
Last round to request a bye: 2
Number of rounds in tourney: 5
Bye note: round 5 must be requested before round 1

Additional services and fees

Play up Fee $10.00

Registration period

Registration starts on 11/03/2018 and ends on 02/10/2019.

Restrictions

No restriction

Location

Berkeley Chess School, 2622 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702, USA  (show map)

Description

FIDE rated five round swiss style tournament with cash prizes. 2 day and 3 day schedules available.
This tournament is suitable for all adults and scholastics with a USChess rating over 1,000.

3 day scheduleG/90 with a 30 second increment

Friday: 7:20pm Saturday: 11:00am and 4:00pm Sunday: 12:00pm and 4:30pm


2 day schedule- G/60 with a 5 second delay.

Saturday: 11:00am and 1:30pm (Merge with 3 day schedule for round three at 4:00pm Saturday) 

3 sections! 

 2000+ (FIDE rated) (must be rated over 1800 uscf to join this section)
Under 2000
Under 1600

 

Pairings will be Glasscoe Pairings. Pairing Rules

1) no player can play the same player twice

2) Tournament Director will try to pair those within the same score group whenever possible.

3) No player can have 3 blacks in a row.

4)Players will be paired as CLOSE to their rating as possible.. so you will always play other players within your score group that are right next to you on the standings and close to your rating.

5)Weikel odd man pairings will be used whenever players are floated up (they will be floated up to the next score group then paired with Glasscoe Pairings within that score group)

6) Play up fee will be reduced by 50% (since playing up is not as worthwhile as normal)

7)Pairings are unfair to those who are the highest rated in their group as they are guaranteed to have the toughest schedule of any player (but that is just how Glasscoe pairings work)

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