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The EUCF 2011, is played with 24 teams, divided in 2 divisions of 8 (elite) and 16 (challenger) teams, on 3 days of play.

This format guarantees elite teams many high quality games at their level and leaves a door open for challenger teams to make it up till to the final.

 

The Women division is planned to be a 10-team tournament played on 3 days.

Seeding
The EUCF Seeding is based on the following criteria:

  • Seeds are distributed by region according to the previous EUCF finish.
  • EUCR qualifiers are assigned EUCF bids based on their placement at their respective EUCRs
  • Teams, who do not directly qualify, but enter the tournament because of some other team cancellation, are seeded last.  

Pool Draw
The initial pools will be drawn after all the EUCRs have been completed. They will be drawn by an impartial CSC representative with an observer present. The CSC reserves the right to adjust pools to avoid regional match-ups during initial pool play. Pools will be drawn according to the following formula below:

Elite Open:

  • Pot 1 – seed#1 and #2
  • Pot 2 – seed#3 and #4
  • Pot 3 – seed#5 to #8

Challenger Open:

  • Pot 1  – seed#9 to #12
  • Pot 2 –  seed#13 to #16
  • Pot 3 –  seed#17 to #20
  • Pot 4 –   seed#20 to #24

Women:

  • Pot 1 – seed#1 and #2
  • Pot 2 – seed#3 to #6
  • Pot 3 – seed#7 to #10

Tournament Format

Open

Open Elite Division (8 teams):
2 pools of 4 teams. Pool play.

3rd and 4th in pool play Pre-quarters with the top4 teams out of the second division. The schedule will be dynamically adapted using a deterministic method in order to avoid regional rematches (see below). Top2 teams of the pools are rewarded with a bye.

1-8 brackets with quarters, semis, finals. Each team plays 6 or 7 games.

All games are played to 15 points, win by 2 with a hard cap of 17 and time cap of 95 minutes, Halftime of 5 minutes at 8 or after 45min + 1 point. Time won’t be stopped during half time.

Open Challenger Division (16 teams):
4 pools of 4 teams. Pool play.

There are various formats which are possible. According to the final vote of the national federation the CSC is going to fix a standard schedule where

a) most teams have 6 games in the 3 days and the four teams, who play pre-quarters against the elite teams, have 7.

b) most teams have 6 games in the 3 days and the four teams, who play pre-quarters against the elite teams, have 7.

All games are played to 15 points, win by 2 with a hard cap of 17 and time cap of 95 minutes, Halftime of 5 minutes at 8 or after 45min + 1 point. Time won’t be stopped during half time.

Lexicographic order to avoid regional rematches in pre-quarters 5-12

with 4 teams 9-12, there are 24(=4*3*2*1) ways to match them up with the teams 5-8 (where the seeds are taking from the current results of
the tourney, i.e. 5=3.A, 9=winner of PPQ1 etc.).

All possible match ups are listed in their lexicographic order:
12  11  10  09 (meaning 5-12, 6-11, 7-10, 8-9)
12  11  09  10
12  10  11  09
12  10  09  11

09  10  11  12


The first match up that does not create an inner-region game will be used for the pre-quarters 5-12.
If all create such games, the first that only creates one will be used, etc..
 

Women:
2 pools of five teams. Pool play.
crossovers 3-6 and 7-10.
Semis, finals.  Each team plays 7 games. Pool winner play 6 games.

 

All games are played to 15 points, win by 2 with a hard cap of 17 and time cap of 95 minutes, Halftime of 5 minutes at 8 or after 45min + 1 point. Time won’t be stopped during half time.


Any questions can be mailed to the Championship Series Committee at eucs(at)efdf.org.


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2011 CSC Committee
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Andrea "Oddi" Furlan,  Chair
Ruediger Veitl, DE, C
-- vacant --
Katka Svobodova, CZ, E
Gabor Barross, H, E
Paul Eriksson, SE, N
Alina Dunaeva RUS, N
David Moser, CH, S
Silvia Sabino, FR, S
Si Hill, UK, W
Aura Mackenzie, UK, W