Invitation to Belgium Backgammon Federation
to form Belgium national online backgammon team
to compete for 3rd Online Nations Cup
to be held on GridGammon online backgammon server
starting date Monday, 3rd September 2012
Tournament details: Notice of participation
Not later than one month before the start of the tournament, every national team that intends to participate must inform the organizer of its acceptance of the invitation. Number of players: 4 players, 1 reserve.
Teams are formed by players of same nationality or permanent residents representing their nation.
Each team shall have a captain, who may also be one of the players (or reserve).
- Administrative supervision of the team
- Liaison with the organizing authorities and Tournament Director.
- Leadership of the team matches
Every National Team that has entered must notify the following details to the Tournament Director:
(a) name and surname of the team captain;
(b) name of each team member (one first name in full, initials of additional first names, surname);
(c) GridGammon nickname of the team captain and players (reserve)
(d) team captain and players (reserve) are required to submit a valid email address.
(e) fixed board order from table #1 player up to table #4 player
The fixed board order cannot be changed during the tournament.
FOR THOSE PLAYERS who DON’T HAVE GRIDGAMMON ACCOUNT, it will be provided FREE Of charge.
Team Captain can replace any regular player each round with the reserve player. He must notify the Tournament Director of this before the scheduled match starts.
FEDERATION/ASSOCIATION of players can select the team based either on their ratings, national championships, ranking lists, qualifing tournaments or any method it deems appropriate.
There will be no entry fee to this tournament.
System of Play
The contest shall take the form of a Swiss system tournament with fixed rules for pairings and random draw at the start of the tournament.
Matches to 11 points.
Leonardo Jerkovic, Tournament Director
Tara Mendicino, Deputy Tournament Director