Tournament rules for club competitions held on IYT
|Internal Tournaments are opened to club members, and the general method of registration is by adding your name to database section at the65thSquare Yahoo Groups page with your IYT handle and email address. Each member is only allowed to play under one handle.|
|The format is usually a round-robin table(s), with all players playing "reverse colors" against each other(or the other players in their assigned group), for a total of 2 games - one using white pieces, and the other using black pieces(against each opponent).|
|Points are awarded for a win or draw, with 1 and 1/2 respectively for the first three legs of competition, and 2 and 1 respectively for the final competition. There are 5 titles at stake here - 3 preliminary titles, 1 final title, and 1 overall title.|
|Each tournament will have
its own Tournament Manager and Consultant to handle disputes. The rules of
chess will be used as the benchmark in decisions, regardless of whether
the site programming follows this or not.
Although cheating with computer programs is possible on any chess site
on the net, we discourage any use of such software during the tournament.
We must all admit that we are amateur players, and as such, subject to
However, there is nothing anyone can do about internet cheating, especially if the offender maintains a strict denial. The club hopes that all players are honest in their games, and will accept with good faith, your participation in the tournament as being an agreement to play with honesty and integrity.
|E. Using IYT|
|If you need any clarification of the above points, please leave a note at the club, or email me only if it is absolutely necessary and private.|
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