Winter Chess Tournament – 2016

//Winter Chess Tournament – 2016

Winter Chess Tournament – 2016

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Winter Chess Tournament – 2016 : Book your Spot

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Winter Chess Tournament – 2016 : Book your Spot

Date: Sunday, November 27 at 10:00 AM – 4 PM
Venue: Centennial Community Centre, 65 E. 6th Ave, V3L 4G6 New Westminster, Canada
Time: 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM with 30 mins lunch Break
Judge: Chandra Sekar Das
Moderators: Victor Armstrong,  Shanthi Rathnakumar, Kavitha Rajesh, Priya Ganesh

Type: Open Swiss Type
Time: Timed Controlled ( 30 Min Each Game)
Method: Quick Play 15 for each Player
Rounds: Min 6 – Max (TBD)

More details regarding the tournament and format will be announced soon.
Check the QA section for FAQ’s and feel free to ask your Questions if any.

Terms and Conditions:

  • No Refunds for Not Playing.
  • No last Minute Registrations.
  • Late comers are not allowed to join.
  • Get your own Chess Board.
  • First come first served spot booking.
  • Play and participate as per the Tournament Rules.



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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Before the game, the clock is set to a pre-determined time limit. We will be using a standard digital clock App. Download "Chess Clock" FREE App from itunes and Google Play to practice. The main reason for using a chess clock is so that the game does not take an infinite amount of time to play. Each player will have 15 minutes and at the end of 30 minutes we will have a result. If your opponent spends more than 15 minutes for his moves, you win. The game continues until either a result is agreed over the board in the normal way, e.g. white wins, black wins or the game is a draw, or one of the players runs out of time, meaning they have used more than 15 minutes that they were allocated to complete the game.
  2. A A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format which features a predetermined number of rounds of competition, but considerably fewer than in a round-robin tournament. The winner is the competitor with the highest aggregate points earned in all rounds.