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NEWS 1784 (3-Dec-04)Next Previous
Play Tournaments on the Internet Chess Club!


Internet Chess Club holds over 500 tournaments every week for members!
There are 74 scheduled weekly events and hundreds of impromptu
tournaments each day for bullet, blitz, standard, and wild variations.

The 4 2 Thematic Championship with prizes starts December 4th!
Here is the schedule of the qualifiers, each one is a 9-round event:

Saturday, December 4  14:00 EST
Sunday, December 5    12:00 EST
Monday, December 6    19:00 EST
Tuesday, December 7   21:00 EST
Wednesday, December 8  9:00 EST
Thursday, December 9  15:00 EST

For full details, read help Championship.

The 24-hour Tomato tournament marathon was held on November 13-14th.
213 tournaments with 1,019 total rounds were run over the 24-hour period.
There was a total of 1,067 unique participants.  For a complete list of
winners and prizes, see:

https://www.chessclub.com/finger/MarathonWinners

For full details on this exciting, bi-monthly event, see
help marathon.  Come join us in January, 2005 for the next 24-hour,
Tomato tournament marathon!

For a list of the November monthly prizes, see:

https://www.chessclub.com/finger/TomatoWinners

Scheduled Event prize winners (maximum 1 month per person):

Top 5 Scheduled Event Winners:
36 wins - CyberTal  (+1 month extension)
21 wins - KevinEM
8 wins - ron-weasely
7 wins - iwulu, mudilo

Most points earned - OF (277 points) (+1 month extension)
Most rounds played - BillietheKid (319 rounds) (+1 month extension)

During the month of November there were 2,306 players in the 310
scheduled tourneys and a total of 2,753 tournaments overall.
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