Thousand Oaks Chess Club Battles SGV Chess Club in Tournament of Chess Clubs Match I

TOCC Match
Chess Tournament

There are lots of fun ways to play chess online and one fun way is when Clubs can play against other clubs.

A club match is different than a tournament, because instead of one person winning, the whole team wins or loses based on how all the players on that team did.

When one Club challenges another Club, the members who choose to join the fight will be matched against members of the opposing club based on their rank.

Example:

TOCC Boards

Each pair will play two games, one as black and one as white. Wins are 1 point and draws ½, just like tournaments. After all the games are played, the points are counted up and the Club with the most points wins the match!

This is different than a tournament because the Club gets the win, not any one player. There are no rounds or groups. Each player will only play two games against their opponent, and then the match is over and points are assigned to the winning Club.

Each team’s cumulative score will be added up and compared to decide who wins the match. The winner of the Club Match gets points based on the following:

  • Win: 5 points
  • Draw: 2 points for each Club
  • Lose: 0 points

Those points are then multiplied by the total number of players in the match to get the total match value. The more matches a Club wins, the higher it will rank on the Club Match Leaderboard!

To follow the match, just use this link:  https://www.chess.com/club/matches/san-gabriel-valley-chess-club/1108404 

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