Tie-breaking on www.uschess.org

Tie-breaking on www.uschess.org 3.0.3 CRX for Chrome

A Free Sports Extension

Published By Alexander Pavlov

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Tie-breaking on www.uschess.org for Chrome

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  • • Type: Browser Extension
  • • Latest Version: 3.0.3
  • • Price: Freeware
  • • Offline: No
  • • Developer: Alexander Pavlov

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  • • Updated: February 29, 2016

Tie-breaking on www.uschess.org is a free Sports Extension for Chrome. You could download the latest version crx file and install it.

More About Tie-breaking on www.uschess.org

Extension enhances two kind of pages: cross-tables and tournaments lists.


1) Adds tie-breaking columns to crosstables on official US Chess Federation website http://http://www.uschess.org/, see TBrkM, TBrkS, TBrkC and TBrkO columns on screenshot

2) Reorders players according to "Total pts" and tie-breaking columns

3) Adds "Rank by rating" column if table contains 9 or more players. This column displays player's rank within different rating groups

Tie-breaking is performed as per USCF recommended order

# Modified Median (TBrkM column)
# Solkoff (TBrkS column)
# Cumulative (TBrkC column)
# Cumulative opponent's score (TBrkO column)


For each player, this system sums the number of points earned by the player's opponents, but
* discards the highest and lowest opponent's scores if player earned exactly 50% score;
* discards the lowest opponent's scores if player earned more than 50% score;
* discards the highest opponent's scores if player earned less than 50% score.


This system is the same as the Median system, except that no scores are discarded.


To calculate this, sum the running score for each round. For example, if a player has (in order) a win, loss, win, draw, and a loss; his round-by-round score will be 1, 1, 2, 2½, 2½. The sum of these numbers is 9.


This sums the cumulative scores of the player's opponents.

See more details on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tie-breaking_in_Swiss-system_tournaments


1) Adds number of sections and number of players to "Event ID" column

2) Adds section details (number of rounds, number of players etc) to "Event Name" column

3) Changes underlying link of event name so it points directly to section (not to tournament page as before)

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