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* The current version of the Director Manual is available as a [{{SERVER}}/wiki/images/2/20/Dirman-20140520.pdf pdf], [{{SERVER}}/dirman/dirman-20140520.epub epub] or [{{SERVER}}/dirman/dirman-20140520.mobi mobi (Kindle)] document.
 
* The current version of the Director Manual is available as a [{{SERVER}}/wiki/images/2/20/Dirman-20140520.pdf pdf], [{{SERVER}}/dirman/dirman-20140520.epub epub] or [{{SERVER}}/dirman/dirman-20140520.mobi mobi (Kindle)] document.
  
=== Errata as of June 16, 2017 ===
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=== Errata as of September 18, 2017 ===
  
 
In Section A.1.A.b., the first row of the full seven round Round Robin schedule by Berger Table pairings should read:
 
In Section A.1.A.b., the first row of the full seven round Round Robin schedule by Berger Table pairings should read:
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In Section A.2.B, Replace the 2nd Paragraph with:
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Spread may be used to determine whether a player should be Gibsonized with 1,000 points of spread per round remaining.  Use of spread is optional, but must be announced prior to the beginning of the tournament.  If the director does not specifically announce the intention to use spread as a factor, it shall not be used.
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Examples of spread-based Gibsonization, in a 12 game tournament:
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* Player A is 9-2 +1500 and Player B is 8-3 +500, Player A may be Gibsonized.
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* Player A is 9-2 +1499 and Player B is 8-3 +500, Player A may NOT be Gibsonized.
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* Player A is 9-1 +2500 and Player B is 7-3 +500, Player A may be Gibsonized.
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* Player A is 9-1 +2499 and Player B is 7-3 +500, Player A may NOT be Gibsonized.
  
 
== Previous versions ==
 
== Previous versions ==

Latest revision as of 20:29, 18 September 2017

The Director Manual (DM) has been written as a resource and guide for club and tournament directors. Directors (and those wishing to become directors) are encouraged to review the manual for helpful advice, guidelines, and checklists for creating and running a successful club or tournament.

NOTE: The director's manual may lag behind the website when it comes to changes about policy, fees, and deadlines, so be sure to check the appropriate web pages on this site for the latest accurate information.

Please contact the Publications Committee for suggestions to improve the DM.

Current version

Errata as of September 18, 2017

In Section A.1.A.b., the first row of the full seven round Round Robin schedule by Berger Table pairings should read:

Rd. 1 1-BYE 2-7 3-6 4-5

In Section A.2.B, Replace the 2nd Paragraph with:

Spread may be used to determine whether a player should be Gibsonized with 1,000 points of spread per round remaining. Use of spread is optional, but must be announced prior to the beginning of the tournament. If the director does not specifically announce the intention to use spread as a factor, it shall not be used.

Examples of spread-based Gibsonization, in a 12 game tournament:

  • Player A is 9-2 +1500 and Player B is 8-3 +500, Player A may be Gibsonized.
  • Player A is 9-2 +1499 and Player B is 8-3 +500, Player A may NOT be Gibsonized.
  • Player A is 9-1 +2500 and Player B is 7-3 +500, Player A may be Gibsonized.
  • Player A is 9-1 +2499 and Player B is 7-3 +500, Player A may NOT be Gibsonized.

Previous versions

  • The 2013-07-13 edition of the Director Manual (formerly the Director's Manual), is available as a pdf download.
  • The 2011-09-29 edition of the Director’s Manual, the last under this name, is available as a pdf download. This edition was updated to contain the latest tournament sanctioning requirements and deadlines, removes mention of a Club sanctioning fee, and fixes a few other minor things.
  • The 2011-08-07 edition updated tournament sanctioning requirements, added sections on handling Director Calls and Incidents, and expanded the "Director's Responsibilities" section.
  • The 2009-11-09 edition included mostly minor changes, primarily dealing with the transition from NSA to NASPA, with a few other corrections.
  • The last revision of the NSA’s Director’s Manual was published by the NSA Tournament Committee on August 13, 2008.