[Computer-go] Computer Olympiad: Go schedule and registration cost for multiple tournaments

Rémi Coulom Remi.Coulom at free.fr
Thu Sep 29 04:37:34 PDT 2011


I am glad to report that because of remarks about registration cost, the organizers have agreed to reduce the cost of additional tournaments to 25 Euros for the game of Go if you already have registered for one Go tournament. So, first Go tournament is normal price, and each additional tournament is 25 Euros instead of 40.


On 27 sept. 2011, at 18:37, Petr Baudis wrote:

>  Hi!
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 07:28:57PM +0200, Rémi Coulom wrote:
>> I have just posted this on the web site of the Olympiad:
>> Schedule for Go tournaments:
>> 	• 21-22 nov go 9x9
>> 	• 23 nov go 13x13
>> 	• 24-25 nov go 19 x 19
>> 	• 26 nov. 19x19 play-off if any, or a demonstration game
>> Participants have to register separately for each tournament. Participants who wish to participate in the Olympiad don't have to pay a full registration for each tournament. One full registration has to be paid, plus 40 Euros for each additional tournament, regardless of category (see details in the registration form).
>> http://www.grappa.univ-lille3.fr/icga/news_item.php?id=67
>  When researching the conference at first, I originally thought that
> a conference fee is also enough for the tournament, but I got confused
> when reviewing this now. So just to clarify, when I want to attend
> the conference and enter Pachi for 9x9 and 19x19, I will have to pay:
> 	120 EUR student conf. fee + 80 EUR tourn. fee + 40 EUR tourn. fee?
>  Do I understand that right?
>  I probably won't find enough money for that, especially as 9x9 comes
> first (I would consider paying extra 80 EUR for 19x19, IMO is nowadays
> much more interesting, but paying for hotel and staying abroad longer
> is just not worth it for me).
>  On a related note, anyone here attending the conference looking for
> a hotel roommate? Or is there a better venue for finding one?
>  Thanks,
> 				Petr "Pasky" Baudis
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