25.01.2019 - United Kingdom Online Championship 2019 (WBIF)
For participation in the tournament the UKBGF membership is necessary. Players with other nationalities may participate. To register the UK Championship qualification criteria is being a UKBGF member.
The tournament will start on 01.04.2019 . The duration of the tournament dependents on the number of participants.
The tournament will be played in fivetimes-Ko - mode: Each participant plays until he has either lost 5 times and is therefore eliminated or the only participant with fewer defeats wins the tournament. All pairings are played to 13 points . The draw for the pairings will be made round by round according to the Swiss system tournament software by Hans-Jürgen Werner. A tie-breaker rating does not take place . The calculated performance rate has no influence on the outcome of the tournament . In addition, the EBIF tournament rules apply.
For the rating of the tournament count the matches won . Both the match points of the individual matches and the performance ratings have no effect on the tournament.
All games are played to 13 points . The matches will be played at Gridgammon or EBIF-Tiger . After login at www.wbif.net click on the direct link to the playing server.
The result of the game is to be reported using the ebif website with Your personal Login . The game reports shall be attached and will be evaluated with eXtreme Gammon and results will be published .
The two top-ranked participants of the tournament are rewarded with glass trophies. There are £20 and £50 side pools, and individuals can enter one, both or neither. There are £20 and £50 side pools. You can enter one, both, or neither. For side pools, send the money via Paypal to email@example.com (just be careful to pick the "send to friends/family" option otherwise Paypal will charge a %
The WBIF-rules are applied.
Applications to the tournament possible from now on till 01.04.2019 by using the registration form on the website. Questions about the tournament please send via e-mail to the tournament director.