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157Monday, 17 March 2014 16:12
Mahjong News
Merci, Quentin!
I was really tired when writing this story… Thank you for the correction.
A bientôt!
Martin Rep
156Monday, 17 March 2014 14:05
Quentin Porcherot

The organizers of this tournament were Valérian and Quentin THOMAS. They were not playing.

155Tuesday, 25 February 2014 13:36
Vitaly
Yes, I fully agree that for small tournaments other seating schemes might be of better sense/ use.
For instance, ideal tournament is 5-sessions 16-players where everybody meets everybody.
154Tuesday, 25 February 2014 13:09
Daniel

Besides that by 20 players it is still doubtful, if it would make any practical sense to use it (as everyone plays with 12 players out of the 19, which is 63%). I expect the tournaments, on which your software was used, were much bigger. I would say the optimal ratio should be below 50%, around 30-40% would be even better (so 32-40 players for 4H tournament).

153Tuesday, 25 February 2014 11:59
Vitaly
I am wondering what type of Seating System was used for this tournament, random or equally-matched?
How many hanchans it was, 4 or 5?
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 13:08
Daniel

The tournament had 4 hanchans, and it was played with random draw, although we considered also Swiss system for some time. But for time concerns we didn`t use it at the end, as we didn`t have any non-playing staff.

Last weeks for Cherry Blossom; the French are coming!

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NIJMEGEN - It's just two more weeks to subscribe to the Cherry Blossom Tournament, which takes place next month in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. It will be a special tournament again: never before, so many French players subscribed.

After the success of the Paris riichi championship last week, the 'riichi virus' has affected the French. Until now, 14 of them have subscribed to the Cherry Blossom tournament. Just like the previous edition, over 60 players already are listed.

The day after the Cherry Blossom Tournament, the Washizu in Holland Tournament will be held, also in Nijmegen. But this tournament is fully subscribed; new applicants will be put on a waiting list.

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1Tuesday, 29 March 2011 15:44
Salmiok
Hi,

Looks Too Good To Be real, right ? :)

See you there

Regards
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