It's chess, not darts, so I don't want to see someone attacking an opponent with a bishop!
In order to maximize the representation of inpidual faculties, this is an inpidual competition, but with a significant modification to maintain the spirit of the Arrow Cup, which aims to involve as many students as possible.
Unfortunately, this would not be possible in traditional teams with a limited number of players.
Therefore, the tournament system is set as follows:
- It is played in inpiduals using the Swiss system.
- Players always play two games against each other (swapping the starting colour)
- Time limit: 3 min (+2s) per player per game
- Win: 2 points; Draw: 1 point; Loss: 0 points
- Each faculty has 4 spots reserved for the tournament, with a total capacity of 30 players
- At the end of the tournament, the points of the top 4 players from each faculty will be added together to create the final faculty standings.
- The faculties are awarded 1-4 points according to their ranking, in case of equal points, the faculties are awarded points for the better of the two places (2nd-3rd place = 3 points)
Note: The number of rounds is determined by the organizers on the spot according to the number of participating players.