A list of all unfinished tournaments with a minimum description of their parameters is at the bottom of the "Tables Online" section
To enter the page of the selected tournament, click the "Join tournament" button
To enter the main list of tournament participants, check the box "Agree to terms and conditions" and click on the button "Join tournament"
To enter the list of substitute players, check the box "Agree to terms and conditions" and click the button "Join list of substitute players"
As a result, your nickname will be added to the main list of tournament participants or the list of substitute players
To exit the tournament, click the "Exit" button
There are two timers at the very end of the tournament page:
the first timer shows the time until the confirmation of registration in the tournament
the second timer shows time before start
Participation in a tournament without confirmation is IMPOSSIBLE!
Confirmation procedure starts at the specified time before the start of the tournament
A beep sounds and a new "Confirm" button appears
After clicking the "Confirm" button, the icon next to the player's nickname changes
IMPORTANT: after the end of the confirmation phase, all non-confirmed players will be REMOVED from the tournament
Participation in the tournament is still possible with complete tables
Check the box "Agree to terms and conditions" and click on the button "Join tournament"
You will be placed on the "Waiting List", and, if possible, the tournament organizer can put you onto the main list player before the tournament starts
When the tournament starts, a beep sounds and a new "Join table" button appears, after clicking on which a new window with the current deal will open
During the course of the entire tournament, all relevant information about it is presented on the tournament page in the form of several sections: name, description, list of players, status of the current deal play, deals results and the summary table
For the convenience of organizing screen space, some sections can be "hidden" by clicking on the corresponding square with a triangle looking "up", or, conversely, can be "shown" by clicking on the corresponding square with a triangle looking "down"
The status of the current deal play is shown as tables "playing" or "finished"
During the course of the tournament, the actual deals results and the summary table can be found in the corresponding sections of the tournament page
After the end of the tournament, its results can be found in the statistics archive
In the "Statistics" site menu, click on the "List of tournaments" item — a table of past tournaments with links appears
When you point the mouse cursor over the abbreviated name of the tournament, its "floating" full name appears
Click on the blue link of the tournament number – two sections appear
The upper section represents the results and links of each deal played in the tournament, by default each deal is shown as one line
After clicking on a square with a triangle the results of each table will be shown in a tabular form, the table numbers are the links to the deal replay in a separate window
Comment: deal #1 of the tournament #9007 shows the specifics of a duplicate tournament — even +49 GP can bring a negative value of IMPs in the case when all players on the line received a positive result, and -8 GP can bring a positive value of IMPs in the case when all players on the line received a negative result
The lower section is a summary table:
the results of all players are sorted by the sum of IMPs, if this indicator is equal, the additional criteria are applied, if it is still impossible to separate all the places in a such group, they are shown through "-"'s
for each unplayed (from beginning to end) deal, the player is penalized by 2 IMPs, regardless of the real result of this deal played by the substitute player or bot
the horizontal details of the results can be changed by selecting the appropriate level by clicking on the structure elements (to the left of the "Session" label)
In the "Statistics" site menu, click on the "Tournament rating" item – a table of players ratings for the last available date appears
There are several columns in the table: player's rank, player's nickname, rating as of the last date, previous rating value, change, number of tournaments played, number of podium places
After clicking on the player's nickname a table appears with the values of the tournament rating of this player for several dates
The main indicator of a player's success in a tournament is the basic ranking which is a number from 0 to 1000 points, it is calculated using the formula: BR=1000*(Number_of_players-Player's_place)/(Number_of_players-1)
A player's rating is the sum of two components: 50%*(Weighted average of the basic ranking for all tournaments)+50%*(Weighted average of the basic ranking for the best 10 tournaments)
The best tournaments are determined purely by the basic ranking, all those missing up to the number of 10 tournaments are considered to have BR=0
MCR fans statistics
In the "Statistics" site menu, click on the "MCR fans" item — two sections will appear with up-to-date data
Only winning MCR hands played with max. 1 bot (including games played in duplicate tournaments) are taken into account for calculating statistics
The upper section is a table of MCR fans statistics: 12 lines correspond to the fans' values, the numbers in the cells correspond to the fan numbers and are clickable for all shown-up fans
When you point the mouse cursor over the number in the cell, a "floating" name of the corresponding fan appears