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Trent Parker
18-07-2007, 09:29 AM
I Just thought this tournament coming up this weekend needs a mention.....

From the email:


The July Weekender is on this weekend, 21st-22nd July!

This is a Category 2 Grand Prix event, and there is a prize fund of $2220 (based on 55 players).

The tournament will be held at Parramatta RSL Club, corner O'Connell & Macquarie Streets, Parramatta. Parking is available in the clubs parking lot (directly across the road from the club) and the venue is only a short walk from Parramatta train station.

Registration is from 10:00am-10:45am on Saturday, with Round 1 starting at 11:00am.

**Enter and pay by Wednesday 18th July to take advantage of the early entry discount!**
Save up to $18 on your entry fee! You can enter and pay in the following ways:
-mail your entry (and pay by cheque)
-enter online or over the phone (and pay by credit card)
-enter in person in Strathfield or Riverstone (and pay by cash, cheque, or credit card)
See the entry form for more details on how to enter.

All the details of this event are at:
http://www.nswca.org.au/tournaments/2007/Adverts/July%2007.pdf
or:
http://www.nswca.org.au/tournaments

Dozy
18-07-2007, 08:22 PM
The publicity was pretty sloppy for this one. It took some time before Brian received the information he needed to take bookings on the ACE website, and my email advice only arrived this morning just three days before the event. I've been watching the BB but, without TCN's post, it would have gone unremarked here as well.

Has anyone heard how the numbers (if any) are going yet, please?

Bill Gletsos
18-07-2007, 09:15 PM
The publicity was pretty sloppy for this one. It took some time before Brian received the information he needed to take bookings on the ACE website,Brian was emailed the information a little after midnight on the 2nd July.

I've been watching the BB
The advert for the event has been on the NSWCA website since the 3rd July.

brett
22-07-2007, 02:09 AM
Cross table anyone?

Bill Gletsos
22-07-2007, 02:44 PM
No Name Feder Loc Total 1 2 3 4

1 Bolens, Johny NSW 2107 4 32:W 24:W 10:W 5:W
2 Harris, Benjamin NSW 1840 3.5 14:W 13:D 21:W 12:W
3 Song, Angela NSW 2063 3.5 30:W 15:W 4:D 11:W
4 Faris, Ahmed NSW 1739 3 34:W 7:W 3:D 10:D
5 Huynh, Arthur NSW 1833 3 19:W 17:W 16:W 1:L
6 Wang, Oscar NSW 1376 3 10:L 38:W 20:W 16:W
7 Ayvazyan, Nikita NSW 3 18:W 4:L 30:W 24:W
8 Guenette, Pierre C NSW 1611 3 29:W 11:L 31:W 17:W
9 Baterowicz, Mark NSW 1568 3 38:W 10:L 25:W 15:W
10 Ali, Mosaddeque ACT 1798 2.5 6:W 9:W 1:L 4:D
11 Dunn, Michael Gl NSW 1868 2.5 26:W 8:W 12:D 3:L
12 Furst, Andrew NSW 1752 2.5 31:W 20:W 11:D 2:L
13 Papp, Alexander NSW 1589 2.5 33:W 2:D 15:L 27:W
14 Heimburger, Norbert NSW 1409 2.5 2:L 33:W 18:D 28:W
15 Ninchich, Milan ACT 1643 2 27:W 3:L 13:W 9:L
16 Christensen, Joshua NSW 1608 2 23:W 21:W 5:L 6:L
17 Villanueva, Anthony NSW 1587 2 36:W 5:L 26:W 8:L
18 Burgess, Shane NSW 1521 2 7:L 37:W 14:D 22:D
19 Harris, Bruce NSW 1377 2 5:L 23:W 24:D 0:D
20 Greenwood, Norman NSW 1520 2 25:W 12:L 6:L 34:W
21 Mandla, Blair NSW 1853 2 28:W 16:L 2:L 31:W
22 Rachmadi, Herman NSW 1654 2 0:D 25:L 35:W 18:D
23 Koh, Cedric NSW 1225 2 16:L 19:L 38:W 30:W
24 Harris, Rebecca NSW 1722 1.5 35:W 1:L 19:D 7:L
25 Beahan, Patrick NSW 1.5 20:L 22:W 9:L 26:D
26 Tracey, Michael J NSW 1449 1.5 11:L 29:W 17:L 25:D
27 Beveridge, David NSW 1258 1.5 15:L 28:D 32:W 13:L
28 Karayi, Valsalan NSW 1420 1.5 21:L 27:D 37:W 14:L
29 Willis, Phil NSW 1256 1.5 8:L 26:L 36:D 37:W
30 Losh, Gary NSW 1449 1 3:L 34:W 7:L 23:L
31 Van Elmpt, Martin NSW 1374 1 12:L 36:W 8:L 21:L
32 Ngo, Michael NSW 1455 1 1:L 35:D 27:L 0:D
33 Duffy, Leslie W NSW 1218 1 13:L 14:L 34:L 38:W
34 Courtney, Michael J NSW 1360 1 4:L 30:L 33:W 20:L
35 Baldwin, A(Tony) C NSW 1357 1 24:L 32:D 22:L 36:D
36 Van Look, David NSW 990 1 17:L 31:L 29:D 35:D
37 Pintegne, Christopher QLD .5 0:D 18:L 28:L 29:L
38 Koh, Clarise NSW 860 0 9:L 6:L 23:L 33:L

Bill Gletsos
23-07-2007, 12:36 AM
No Name Feder Loc Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 Harris, Benjamin NSW 1840 6 28:W 9:D 6:W 11:W 8:W 4:W 3:D
2 Dunn, Michael Gl NSW 1868 5.5 19:W 12:W 11:D 5:L 10:W 9:W 4:W
3 Faris, Ahmed NSW 1739 5.5 35:W 17:W 5:D 7:D 22:W 12:W 1:D
4 Bolens, Johny NSW 2107 5 16:W 20:W 7:W 8:W 5:W 1:L 2:L
5 Song, Angela NSW 2063 5 31:W 18:W 3:D 2:W 4:L 11:D 15:W
6 Mandla, Blair NSW 1853 5 21:W 13:L 1:L 25:W 14:W 22:W 11:W
7 Ali, Mosaddeque ACT 1798 4.5 10:W 22:W 4:L 3:D 9:L 19:W 20:W
8 Huynh, Arthur NSW 1833 4.5 29:W 14:W 13:W 4:L 1:L 17:D 12:W
9 Papp, Alexander NSW 1589 4.5 36:W 1:D 18:L 30:W 7:W 2:L 17:W
10 Wang, Oscar NSW 1376 4.5 7:L 38:W 23:W 13:W 2:L 18:D 22:W
11 Furst, Andrew NSW 1752 4 25:W 23:W 2:D 1:L 28:W 5:D 6:L
12 Guenette, Pierre C NSW 1611 4 34:W 2:L 25:W 14:W 17:W 3:L 8:L
13 Christensen, Joshua NSW 1608 4 27:W 6:W 8:L 10:L 29:W 15:L 23:W
14 Villanueva, Anthony NSW 1587 4 32:W 8:L 19:W 12:L 6:L 28:W 26:W
15 Rachmadi, Herman NSW 1654 4 0:D 24:L 33:W 26:D 23:W 13:W 5:L
16 Ngo, Michael NSW 1455 4 4:L 33:D 30:L 0:D 24:W 27:W 31:W
17 Ayvazyan, Nikita NSW 3.5 26:W 3:L 31:W 20:W 12:L 8:D 9:L
18 Ninchich, Milan ACT 1643 3.5 30:W 5:L 9:W 22:L 27:W 10:D 0:L
19 Tracey, Michael J NSW 1449 3.5 2:L 34:W 14:L 24:D 26:W 7:L 28:W
20 Harris, Rebecca NSW 1722 3.5 33:W 4:L 29:D 17:L 30:W 21:W 7:L
21 Karayi, Valsalan NSW 1420 3.5 6:L 30:D 37:W 28:L 34:W 20:L 29:W
22 Baterowicz, Mark NSW 1568 3 38:W 7:L 24:W 18:W 3:L 6:L 10:L
23 Greenwood, Norman NSW 1520 3 24:W 11:L 10:L 35:W 15:L 25:W 13:L
24 Beahan, Patrick NSW 3 23:L 15:W 22:L 19:D 16:L 32:D 33:W
25 Van Elmpt, Martin NSW 1374 3 11:L 32:W 12:L 6:L 36:W 23:L 34:W
26 Burgess, Shane NSW 1521 3 17:L 37:W 28:D 15:D 19:L 35:W 14:L
27 Koh, Cedric NSW 1225 3 13:L 29:L 38:W 31:W 18:L 16:L 35:W
28 Heimburger, Norbert NSW 1409 2.5 1:L 36:W 26:D 21:W 11:L 14:L 19:L
29 Harris, Bruce NSW 1377 2.5 8:L 27:W 20:D 0:D 13:L 31:D 21:L
30 Beveridge, David NSW 1258 2.5 18:L 21:D 16:W 9:L 20:L 33:L 38:W
31 Losh, Gary NSW 1449 2.5 5:L 35:W 17:L 27:L 32:W 29:D 16:L
32 Van Look, David NSW 990 2.5 14:L 25:L 34:D 33:D 31:L 24:D 37:W
33 Baldwin, A(Tony) C NSW 1357 2 20:L 16:D 15:L 32:D 35:L 30:W 24:L
34 Willis, Phil NSW 1256 2 12:L 19:L 32:D 37:W 21:L 38:D 25:L
35 Courtney, Michael J NSW 1360 2 3:L 31:L 36:W 23:L 33:W 26:L 27:L
36 Duffy, Leslie W NSW 1218 2 9:L 28:L 35:L 38:W 25:L 37:L 0:W
37 Pintegne, Christopher QLD 1.5 0:D 26:L 21:L 34:L 38:L 36:W 32:L
38 Koh, Clarise NSW 860 1.5 22:L 10:L 27:L 36:L 37:W 34:D 30:L

themovingman
23-07-2007, 12:38 AM
Results and report - and games are on the NSWCA website now !

http://nswca.org.au/

sonyrobocup
23-07-2007, 03:25 PM
The game Oscar Wang vs Joshua Christiansen is incorrect.

72.Rxf6 Kxf6 73.Ke4 Kd6

The black king jumped from f6 to d6 in one move.

themovingman
01-08-2007, 11:33 AM
The game Oscar Wang vs Joshua Christiansen is incorrect.

72.Rxf6 Kxf6 73.Ke4 Kd6

The black king jumped from f6 to d6 in one move.


I notice a note has been incorporated reflecting this

Trent Parker
05-08-2007, 05:38 PM
The advert for the event has been on the NSWCA website since the 3rd July.

Bill, In My Opinion the advert for the tourney being on the NSWCA website is too passive. The NSWCA Needs to get out there and aggressively look for people to attend their tournaments. Mail the clubs some adverts. Mail interstate some adverts. Regularly email people, get in their face.

The NSWCA Mailout Is not a bad idea but people think "That's a month or two away i'll put that to the side" and then they forget about them. If people see the flyers at their local club it reminds them that the tournament is coming up As does the emails i previously mentioned.

Further more the adverts are too far down the NSWCA webpage. I reckon the NSWCA should rearrange the website so that the upcoming events are up the top followed by news from NSWCA and other events.

themovingman
10-08-2007, 01:10 AM
Bill, In My Opinion the advert for the tourney being on the NSWCA website is too passive. The NSWCA Needs to get out there and aggressively look for people to attend their tournaments. Mail the clubs some adverts. Mail interstate some adverts. Regularly email people, get in their face.

The NSWCA Mailout Is not a bad idea but people think "That's a month or two away i'll put that to the side" and then they forget about them. If people see the flyers at their local club it reminds them that the tournament is coming up As does the emails i previously mentioned.

Further more the adverts are too far down the NSWCA webpage. I reckon the NSWCA should rearrange the website so that the upcoming events are up the top followed by news from NSWCA and other events.
A few thoughts worth considering - unless they have been tried and found wanting or less cost effective,

Brian_Jones
10-08-2007, 08:08 AM
In My Opinion the advert for the tourney being on the NSWCA website is too passive. The NSWCA Needs to get out there and aggressively look for people to attend their tournaments. Mail the clubs some adverts. Mail interstate some adverts. Regularly email people, get in their face.

The NSWCA Mailout Is not a bad idea but people think "That's a month or two away i'll put that to the side" and then they forget about them. If people see the flyers at their local club it reminds them that the tournament is coming up As does the emails i previously mentioned.

Further more the adverts are too far down the NSWCA webpage. I reckon the NSWCA should rearrange the website so that the upcoming events are up the top followed by news from NSWCA and other events.

TCN, I agree. Where is the promotion?