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ICC News Item #1946

NEWS 1946 (31-Oct-10)Next Previous
Play in ICC's November Standard Tournament - WIN PRIZES!

The 168th Standard Tournament is a 60.0 four round Swiss Tourney.
One round is played on Tuesday (November; 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th).

You can play in the "Open" or "U1500" sections at 2pm, 8pm, and 11pm
(all ICC Server Time). **(U1500 Section will not run with less than 
12 players however players can join the Open section and All prizes 
will be awarded)**

Join the Fun! 1st Place and Class Prizes are awarded in each section!
Players at every level are enjoying challenging games and winning ICC
membership extensions every month.

Round 1 is Tuesday, November 9th. You only need to join once per section.

******************** To Join The Tourney ******************************
** Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start time of your section. **
** Add The STtourney Channel to your channel list Type:  +ch 32      **
** You will see announcements that the Tourney is Open in Channel 32 **
** Type:      /Tell Pear Join            to enter the Open Section   **
** Type:      /Tell Automato Join        to enter the U1500 Section  **

Please read the  /help STtourney    file on ICC for the tourney rules.
or our website:  You can also 
find more information by typing:/finger STtourney   while on ICC.

Por favor, consulte el apartado /finger STtourneyEurope 
para informacion en espanol.

All entry and Pairings are performed by the Pear Bot for the Open Section
and the Automato Bot for the U1500 section. These Bots will also help you
start your games and collect results. A TD is available in channel 32 if 
you have questions or need help.
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