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IIBGF (International Internet Backgammon Federation) - General

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dorbel:

Some of you may know Leonardo Jerkovic from Croatia. He has founded an organisation called the International Internet Backgammon Federation. The aim of the IIBGF is to gather together Internet players in tournaments and ranking events, in order to award points towards titles as chess does, Master, International Master, Grand Master and so on. I think that he intends to move towards an Internet World Championship and that the organisation will eventually become a true Federation taking in all serious Internet players. At present, matches are being played on GridGammon, but there is no real reason why matches shouldn't be played on Fibs, or indeed any server which permits the saving of matches. Registration is free and players interested in some tough matches might like to go to http://iibgf.weebly.com/index.html .
I have registered, but I am not any more than just a member, so please address questions and queries to Leonardo himself.

diane:

Interesting site - will spend a bit more time there...meanwhile this interested me..so thought I would share it, in case anyone else missed it.



stog:

we can dedicate this topic to its own board if discussion merits -- am i right in thinking you need to enter their promo match leagues to start off?

KDP:



--- Quote ---At present, matches are being played on GridGammon, but there is no real reason why matches shouldn't be played on Fibs, or indeed any server which permits the saving of matches.
--- End quote ---

according to their rules, the matches can be played on any server that can save the match:

c. Games shall be played by using any internet backgammon server which allows match recordings. Players mutually agree on which internet backgammon server they play and are subject to their terms.

sounds like an interesting format (2- 13 pt matches vs each player) it would be nice to see more fibsters involved.

stog:

I see that the SIGNUP link on their homepage  now includes the server you use (you have to Register first, and receive an ID)

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