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Scheveningen tables

  

Scheveningen table for 8 Boards

1 .round A1-B1A2-B2A3-B3A4-B4B5-A5B6-A6B7-A7B8-A8
2. roundB2-A1B3-A2B4-A3B1-A4A5-B6A6-B7A7-B8A8-B5
3. roundA1-B3A2-B4A3-B1A4-B2B7-A5B8-A6B5-A7B6-A8
4. roundB4-A1B1-A2B2-A3B3-A4A5-B8A6-B5A7-B6A8-B7
5. roundA1-B5A2-B6A3-B7A4-B8B1-A5B2-A6B3-A7B4-A8
6. roundB6-A1B7-A2B8-A3B5-A4A5-B2A6-B3A7-B4A8-B1
7. roundA1-B7A2-B8A3-B5A4-B6B3-A5B4-A6B1-A7B2-A8
8. roundB8-A1B5-A2B6-A3B7-A4A5-B4A6-B1A7-B2A8-B3


The Scheveningen system is a method of organizing a chess match between two teams. Each player on one team plays each player on the other team. The team with the highest number of games won is the winner. This system is a popular way to create title norm opportunities.

The system was first used in a tournament in Scheveningen in 1923. The idea behind it was that a team of ten Dutch players could face ten foreign masters. This has the intention of giving the players on the team experience against strong competition (Hooper & Whyld 1992).

An example for a two-team sword where each team has 8 players

Team 1
1  Player A1 
2  Player A2 
3  Player A3 
4  Player A4 
5  Player A5 
6  Player A6 
7  Player A7 
8  Player A8 
vs
Team 2
1  Player B1 
2  Player B2 
3  Player B3 
4  Player B4 
5  Player B5 
6  Player B6 
7  Player B7 
8  Player B8 

 
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