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VinczeSwiss - freeware program for pairing by the Swiss-system

As for organisation of (chess) tournaments with Swiss system, many computer programs are paid. That's why I decided to create a free program.

program name VinczeSwiss
author Ing. Roman Vincze   (e-mail: vincze@ji.cz)
   FIDE  LiChess  Chess.com (1)  Chess.com (2)
program purpose pairing program for chess tournaments with Swiss system
(and not only for chess tournaments!)
program version 1.12
build version 1.12.010
license freeware
price -
for operating systems Microsoft Windows
Linux (using Wine)
language support Czech
English (since 24.12.2019)
German (since 29.02.2020)
Italian (since 29.02.2020)
Russian (since 9.09.2020)
Slovak (since 29.10.2020)
Spanish (since 30.11.2020)
Vietnamese (since 8.08.2023)
Hungarian (since 10.09.2023)
 download  vinswiss.zip  (727 kB)

Some program features: If you like the program, you can also help: The VinczeSwiss program is designed for easy adding of other languages. Language files are located in the Language subdirectory. For example, if some Swede make translation of content of file english.txt into Swedish, then the program VinczeSwiss will communicate with users also in Swedish. If this Swede sends me the above Swedish translation (as swedish.txt), that translation will be part of the next build of VinczeSwiss program. Translation rules: It should be translated by native speaker of the language. He/She should be a chess player with knowledge of chess terminology. Will you help?

Offer for programmers:
Now, VinczeSwiss is freeware. But if you will translate english.txt into your native language, you can get the source code of VinczeSwiss. Once more: that doesn't mean, that VinczeSwiss is open source! Only translators have this option.
The VinczeSwiss program has been developed in Delphi 5 Professional (Pascal language). Everything inside the source code is in English (variable names, function names, programming commentary) and code is easy to read. The code has approximately 8800 lines - I've given it 266 hours of time so far.

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You can also find the VinczeSwiss program here:
   VinczeSwiss on Softpedia.com
   Discussion about VinczeSwiss program on LiChess.org
   VinczeSwiss on sachy-hb.cz