Mixed Single Pyramid
The next tournament will run Oct 2019 - Feb 2010.
A Pyramid Challenge is similar to a Ladder, with the aim being the same as in a Ladder Challenge; that is, to get to the top.
However, a Pyramid Challenge offers more possibilities to challenge one another and it is less likely to stagnate.
Players are placed within a pyramid shape.
Ranking is top - bottom, left - right. (The illustration shows positions 1 - 21)
10 Game Pro Set (First to 10 games with a margin of 2 games. Tie break at 10 all).
There are two ways to challenge:
- You can challenge ANY player to the LEFT of you.
- You can challenge ANY player in the TWO lines ABOVE.
When the challenger wins, they take the position of their opponent. The opponent, and those between him/her and the challenger's original position, then move down one place; allowing both horizontal and vertical shift.
If the challenged player wins there is no movement.
- Organise their own challenges; to be played at a mutually agreed time and within 7 days of the challenge being accepted.
- NOT refuse a challenge. (Any challenge refused should be reported to the Challenge Organiser (Dave Bolden on 07817 153 677). A player who, without good reason, refuses 2 challenges will be relegated 3 places and the 3 players below them each promoted 1 place).
- NOT arrange additional challenges until after an accepted challenge is played.
At the end of the agreed time period:
The winner is the player at the top of the pyramid.
Players joining a Pyramid Challenge after the start date will be placed at the extreme right of the bottom row.
Entry is subject to payment of a nominal fee (£5) and agreeing to your name and contact details being circulated to all competitors and being displayed on the website.