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  1. #61
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    Allegro starting in 4 hours! Be there!@
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  2. #62
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    MCC Allegro (Online - 11th of September 2021)
    In light of the lockdown, MCC will be holding a free online Allegro on the 11th of September for any player who wants to take part.

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...ne---8/summary

    Tournament Details:

    Divisions: choose from:
    Premier (1600+)
    Challengers (1200 - 1600)
    Minor (Below 1200)
    If your rating is above 1500 you may choose to play in the Premier. If you are above 1100 you may choose to play in the Challengers. If you win a division then you may choose to play in the higher division. We will use a local Tornelo rating, but if your ACF or FIDE is higher, we may use that to put you in a division.

    Time Control: 13 minutes + 2 seconds per move

    Time: Approximately 2-6pm

    Forfeit Policy: If a player does not connect to their game 5 minutes after the round starts, the Arbiter will start your clock.

    Contact: Alexei Khamatgaleev 0426 731 726

    How to register and play

    Step 1: Login/Signup to Tornelo and join the online tournament. Use the link below:

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...ne---8/summary

    On the day log in to Tornelo and go to the link above. Look for the big green Open Zoom room button to video conference with the arbiter. The button will open this zoom room:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7046456335...UvVGtPZFN6Zz09

    IMPORTANT: When you join the Zoom meeting please put in YOUR name so the arbiter easily knows who is on the video.

    Please try to log in about 1.45pm ready for a 2pm start. If the Arbiter does not see you in the zoom meeting you will not be paired in the first round. Note that your presence in the Zoom meeting is essential and is equivalent to being at the club. It will enable you to properly participate in the community including chat.

    You must be logged in to play online games. Then just wait for the arbiter to post Round 1 pairings.
    Please ensure that if you enter you play all seven rounds, as withdrawing early makes pairings difficult in the later rounds.

    Ethics
    Having an arbiter and a video meeting means it will run pretty close to the same format as the normal Allegro. Rounds will run every half hour and local ratings will be preserved in Tornelo.

    We want to keep the community chess feel in the tournaments.
    You cannot be anonymous. You must provide your first and last name in full.
    No cheating. You are part of a community that relies on you doing the right thing. If you want to cheat then go somewhere else.
    No cheating, even for fun. We don't imagine that people will cheat. But just in case you think it is fun to troll somebody, don't as it puts the experience at risk for everybody.
    Parents should make their kids aware of the dangers of cheating and supervise their kids. Parents must supervise their kids if asked.
    You must provide an email and phone number that we can contact you on. For juniors, this must be the contact of one of your parents.
    Arbiter's decision is final as per normal Allegro
    Be forgiving as we work things out.


    Fair Play
    You are not permitted to use a computer engine, book (or other person) to assist you with your game play.
    You must be in the Zoom room. The arbiter has the right to ask you to turn your video on and share your screen. If you do not do this when asked, the arbiter has the right to not pair you for the next round or remove your results from the tournament.
    You are not permitted to watch streaming of your game while playing.
    We ask you to refrain from public accusations of cheating as this undermines the tournament and arbiters' authority. Suspicions should be brought privately to the arbiter or organiser so we can deal with it as per our policy.
    It is up to the tournament arbiters and organisers to make fair-play decisions. Rather than being accused of cheating, your results won’t be accepted.
    Tornelo has round-by-round analysis tools to help arbiters monitor fair play.
    We may use independent tools to verify results before giving out any prizes.
    No talking about games in progress in the open chat.

  3. #63
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    Allegro starting in 3 hours!
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  4. #64
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    List of entrants shows IM Igor Goldenberg - many times Victorian champion on the entry list! Join the tournament for a chance to play him!
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  5. #65
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    Are the latest results kept as a secret?

  6. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by machomortensen View Post
    Are the latest results kept as a secret?
    Top secret indeed but jost for you: https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...1600/standings
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  7. #67
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    MCC Allegro (Online - 18th of September 2021)
    In light of the lockdown, MCC will be holding a free online Allegro on the 18th of September for any player who wants to take part.

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...ne---9/summary

    Tournament Details:

    Divisions: choose from:
    Premier (1600+)
    Challengers (1200 - 1600)
    Minor (Below 1200)
    If your rating is above 1500 you may choose to play in the Premier. If you are above 1100 you may choose to play in the Challengers. If you win a division then you may choose to play in the higher division. We will use a local Tornelo rating, but if your ACF or FIDE is higher, we may use that to put you in a division.

    Time Control: 13 minutes + 2 seconds per move

    Time: Approximately 2-6pm

    Forfeit Policy: If a player does not connect to their game 5 minutes after the round starts, the Arbiter will start your clock.

    Contact: Alexei Khamatgaleev 0426 731 726

    How to register and play

    Step 1: Login/Signup to Tornelo and join the online tournament. Use the link below:

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...ne---9/summary

    On the day log in to Tornelo and go to the link above. Look for the big green Open Zoom room button to video conference with the arbiter. The button will open this zoom room:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2059385175...dqMHl0b0U4Zz09

    IMPORTANT: When you join the Zoom meeting please put in YOUR name so the arbiter easily knows who is on the video.

    Please try to log in about 1.45pm ready for a 2pm start. If the Arbiter does not see you in the zoom meeting you will not be paired in the first round. Note that your presence in the Zoom meeting is essential and is equivalent to being at the club. It will enable you to properly participate in the community including chat.

    You must be logged in to play online games. Then just wait for the arbiter to post Round 1 pairings.
    Please ensure that if you enter you play all seven rounds, as withdrawing early makes pairings difficult in the later rounds.

    Ethics
    Having an arbiter and a video meeting means it will run pretty close to the same format as the normal Allegro. Rounds will run every half hour and local ratings will be preserved in Tornelo.

    We want to keep the community chess feel in the tournaments.
    You cannot be anonymous. You must provide your first and last name in full.
    No cheating. You are part of a community that relies on you doing the right thing. If you want to cheat then go somewhere else.
    No cheating, even for fun. We don't imagine that people will cheat. But just in case you think it is fun to troll somebody, don't as it puts the experience at risk for everybody.
    Parents should make their kids aware of the dangers of cheating and supervise their kids. Parents must supervise their kids if asked.
    You must provide an email and phone number that we can contact you on. For juniors, this must be the contact of one of your parents.
    Arbiter's decision is final as per normal Allegro
    Be forgiving as we work things out.


    Fair Play
    You are not permitted to use a computer engine, book (or other person) to assist you with your game play.
    You must be in the Zoom room. The arbiter has the right to ask you to turn your video on and share your screen. If you do not do this when asked, the arbiter has the right to not pair you for the next round or remove your results from the tournament.
    You are not permitted to watch streaming of your game while playing.
    We ask you to refrain from public accusations of cheating as this undermines the tournament and arbiters' authority. Suspicions should be brought privately to the arbiter or organiser so we can deal with it as per our policy.
    It is up to the tournament arbiters and organisers to make fair-play decisions. Rather than being accused of cheating, your results won’t be accepted.
    Tornelo has round-by-round analysis tools to help arbiters monitor fair play.
    We may use independent tools to verify results before giving out any prizes.
    No talking about games in progress in the open chat.

  8. #68
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    Tournament is starting at 2.
    Still time to enter! Join in!
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  9. #69
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron View Post
    Tournament is starting at 2.
    Still time to enter! Join in!
    Still time to enter for you too!!

  10. #70
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    MCC Allegro (Online - 25th of September 2021)
    In light of the lockdown, MCC will be holding a free online Allegro on the 25th of September for any player who wants to take part.

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...e---10/summary

    Tournament Details:

    Divisions: choose from:
    Premier (1600+)
    Challengers (1200 - 1600)
    Minor (Below 1200)
    If your rating is above 1500 you may choose to play in the Premier. If you are above 1100 you may choose to play in the Challengers. If you win a division then you may choose to play in the higher division. We will use a local Tornelo rating, but if your ACF or FIDE is higher, we may use that to put you in a division.

    Time Control: 13 minutes + 2 seconds per move

    Time: Approximately 2-6pm

    Forfeit Policy: If a player does not connect to their game 5 minutes after the round starts, the Arbiter will start your clock.

    Contact: Alexei Khamatgaleev 0426 731 726

    How to register and play

    Step 1: Login/Signup to Tornelo and join the online tournament. Use the link below:

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...e---10/summary

    On the day log in to Tornelo and go to the link above. Look for the big green Open Zoom room button to video conference with the arbiter. The button will open this zoom room:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2059385175...dqMHl0b0U4Zz09

    IMPORTANT: When you join the Zoom meeting please put in YOUR name so the arbiter easily knows who is on the video.

    Please try to log in about 1.45pm ready for a 2pm start. If the Arbiter does not see you in the zoom meeting you will not be paired in the first round. Note that your presence in the Zoom meeting is essential and is equivalent to being at the club. It will enable you to properly participate in the community including chat.

    You must be logged in to play online games. Then just wait for the arbiter to post Round 1 pairings.
    Please ensure that if you enter you play all seven rounds, as withdrawing early makes pairings difficult in the later rounds.

    Ethics
    Having an arbiter and a video meeting means it will run pretty close to the same format as the normal Allegro. Rounds will run every half hour and local ratings will be preserved in Tornelo.

    We want to keep the community chess feel in the tournaments.
    You cannot be anonymous. You must provide your first and last name in full.
    No cheating. You are part of a community that relies on you doing the right thing. If you want to cheat then go somewhere else.
    No cheating, even for fun. We don't imagine that people will cheat. But just in case you think it is fun to troll somebody, don't as it puts the experience at risk for everybody.
    Parents should make their kids aware of the dangers of cheating and supervise their kids. Parents must supervise their kids if asked.
    You must provide an email and phone number that we can contact you on. For juniors, this must be the contact of one of your parents.
    Arbiter's decision is final as per normal Allegro
    Be forgiving as we work things out.


    Fair Play
    You are not permitted to use a computer engine, book (or other person) to assist you with your game play.
    You must be in the Zoom room. The arbiter has the right to ask you to turn your video on and share your screen. If you do not do this when asked, the arbiter has the right to not pair you for the next round or remove your results from the tournament.
    You are not permitted to watch streaming of your game while playing.
    We ask you to refrain from public accusations of cheating as this undermines the tournament and arbiters' authority. Suspicions should be brought privately to the arbiter or organiser so we can deal with it as per our policy.
    It is up to the tournament arbiters and organisers to make fair-play decisions. Rather than being accused of cheating, your results won’t be accepted.
    Tornelo has round-by-round analysis tools to help arbiters monitor fair play.
    We may use independent tools to verify results before giving out any prizes.
    No talking about games in progress in the open chat.

  11. #71
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    Less than 1 hour to go!
    Be there!
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  12. #72
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    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...1600/standings
    Congratulations to all of the winners!
    In the Open section - Daniel Holland Keeps on dominating!
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  13. #73
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    MCC Allegro (Online - 2nd of October 2021)
    In light of the lockdown, MCC will be holding a free online Allegro on the 2nd of October for any player who wants to take part.

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...e---11/summary

    Tournament Details:

    Divisions: choose from:
    Premier (1600+)
    Challengers (1200 - 1600)
    Minor (Below 1200)
    If your rating is above 1500 you may choose to play in the Premier. If you are above 1100 you may choose to play in the Challengers. If you win a division then you may choose to play in the higher division. We will use a local Tornelo rating, but if your ACF or FIDE is higher, we may use that to put you in a division.

    Time Control: 13 minutes + 2 seconds per move

    Time: Approximately 2-6pm

    Forfeit Policy: If a player does not connect to their game 5 minutes after the round starts, the Arbiter will start your clock.

    Contact: Alexei Khamatgaleev 0426 731 726

    How to register and play

    Step 1: Login/Signup to Tornelo and join the online tournament. Use the link below:

    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...e---11/summary

    On the day log in to Tornelo and go to the link above. Look for the big green Open Zoom room button to video conference with the arbiter. The button will open this zoom room:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2059385175...dqMHl0b0U4Zz09

    IMPORTANT: When you join the Zoom meeting please put in YOUR name so the arbiter easily knows who is on the video.

    Please try to log in about 1.45pm ready for a 2pm start. If the Arbiter does not see you in the zoom meeting you will not be paired in the first round. Note that your presence in the Zoom meeting is essential and is equivalent to being at the club. It will enable you to properly participate in the community including chat.

    You must be logged in to play online games. Then just wait for the arbiter to post Round 1 pairings.
    Please ensure that if you enter you play all seven rounds, as withdrawing early makes pairings difficult in the later rounds.

    Ethics
    Having an arbiter and a video meeting means it will run pretty close to the same format as the normal Allegro. Rounds will run every half hour and local ratings will be preserved in Tornelo.

    We want to keep the community chess feel in the tournaments.
    You cannot be anonymous. You must provide your first and last name in full.
    No cheating. You are part of a community that relies on you doing the right thing. If you want to cheat then go somewhere else.
    No cheating, even for fun. We don't imagine that people will cheat. But just in case you think it is fun to troll somebody, don't as it puts the experience at risk for everybody.
    Parents should make their kids aware of the dangers of cheating and supervise their kids. Parents must supervise their kids if asked.
    You must provide an email and phone number that we can contact you on. For juniors, this must be the contact of one of your parents.
    Arbiter's decision is final as per normal Allegro
    Be forgiving as we work things out.


    Fair Play
    You are not permitted to use a computer engine, book (or other person) to assist you with your game play.
    You must be in the Zoom room. The arbiter has the right to ask you to turn your video on and share your screen. If you do not do this when asked, the arbiter has the right to not pair you for the next round or remove your results from the tournament.
    You are not permitted to watch streaming of your game while playing.
    We ask you to refrain from public accusations of cheating as this undermines the tournament and arbiters' authority. Suspicions should be brought privately to the arbiter or organiser so we can deal with it as per our policy.
    It is up to the tournament arbiters and organisers to make fair-play decisions. Rather than being accused of cheating, your results won’t be accepted.
    Tornelo has round-by-round analysis tools to help arbiters monitor fair play.
    We may use independent tools to verify results before giving out any prizes.
    No talking about games in progress in the open chat.

  14. #74
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    Reminder that allegro is on tomorrow at 2!
    Great opportunities to practice chess while in lockdown!
    Interested in Chess Lessons?
    Email webbaron!@gmail.com for more Info!

  15. #75
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    Here are the results of the tournament
    https://tornelo.com/chess/orgs/melbo...---11/pairings

    We see in Premiers one more strong-willed victory of Daniel Holland.

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