Open Study Room live 9 x 9 tournament


#21

3 more days until registration closes. Would anyone else like to participate?


#22

Hm if it wasn’t lagged live (negotiate time/date individually) but continuous live (all in one go) or at least blocked live (round n on day D at time T) I’d see if I could cast it.

If you’re planning to do the finals continuously live, I might be able to cast those.


#23

Happy to let you know date and time of the final and if you’d like to stream it that would be welcome.


#24

Registration formally closed yesterday, but if anyone wants to sneak in today, you won’t be turned away.


#25

Day #1 of the tournament and we seem to have found an OGS bug: https://github.com/online-go/online-go.com/issues/713 Who’d have thought it?


#26

Did you set the time control to “blitz” or “live”? I suspect you need to use blitz.


#27

Blitz. The controls needed to define the time setting do exist, but they don’t do what they should. More details on github - see above link. So I would recommend that other tournament organizers should check that time settings are actually doing what they should be doing.


#28

Can you link the (attempted) games?


#29

Sure, here:




#30

Left a few hints for your trouble. :]
I’ll test it as soon as one of my homies shows up. :wink:


#31

thanks very much!


#32

This tournament has finished. It evolved a bit along the way with most matches being played as a best of three, which was interesting. We found a few issues with OGS which were duly reported on the github. GoQuest time settings on OGS were found to give 3 mins + 5s/move instead of 3 mins + 2s/move, so 100% of games ended up being played on OGS. The finding standings and a browsable collection of 27 deciding games can be found on the tournament site, here: https://openstudyroom.org/tournament/88/about/
Thanks to all who participated or contributed comments and ideas.