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The site publish chess tournament results administered with the program Vega. Only arbiter/organizer with a valid Vega license can upload their tournaments. Of course the chessplayers and everybody interested in the result of a tournament has free access to the site without registration.

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The service is free of charge.

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Not yet. However we plan to add this feature in the near future.

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The access is restricted to registered users of Vega to let this site to stay safe for the time being. Unknown users could pubblish rubbish tournament and spoil it. However, in case there are requests from Linux users we will publish a Linux version with license as for Windows and MacOSX.

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Yes, of course. You need to register and create a valid account on this server (real name and valid email). Here is the pake where you can register. Once you enter the first time you must enter your FIDE Id and your National Id. The registration to a given tournament can be done by a simple click! Any moment you can unregister.

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The word "interest" has 3 options: International, National and local, depending by the audience of the chess event. If the players that can participate in at least one of the sections of your event are from a foreign country, then your event is "international". In case the players that can join the event are restricted to players of a given federation/country, then the event is "national". The event is "local" if the participation is limited to players belonging to a limited area of a given federation/country (club, province, region,...). Please make sure to assign the correct "interest" flag to your event because the misuse may cause the user to be banned. The correct labeling of your event will permit an easy search from the players interested in joining the event.

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Yes, of course. You can set the expire date for your registration. After that date no registration are allowed.

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A chess "event" may have several "sections" or tournaments. Some time a chess event has only one section/tournament.