Chess

Individual tournament without divisions. It is a Swiss-system tournament with a total of 9 rounds. The playing time per match is 30 minutes. The rules of the World Chess Federation (FIDE) apply.

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Competition format

Individual tournament in a total of 9 rounds played according to the Swiss system. The time limit per player and game is 30 minutes. Five rounds will be played on Thursday (23 June) and four on Friday (24 June).

Thursday, 23 June 2022:
10.30- 10.45      registration

11.001st round
12.102nd round
13.10lunch break
13.503rd round
15.004th round
16.105th round

 

Friday, 24 June 2022:

10.30- 10.45      registration

11.006th round
12.107th round
13.10lunch break
13.508th round
15.009th round
16.15Award ceremony

Competition rules

The rules of the World Chess Federation (FIDE) apply.

Scoring

In the event of a tie, the Buchholz Cut 1, the Sonneborn-Berger and, thirdly, the direct encounter will be used to break the tie.

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Participants list

Check the list of participants for chess here. This list of participants was last updated om May 10th, 2022. The final participants list will be shown on this website with the sports schedules in the beginning of June.

Location

Olympic Training Centre Papendal
Papendallaan 9
6816 VD Arnhem

Important information

Please ensure that you have enough time to reach your sports venue. See this page for more information about transport during the ECSG Arnhem 2022.

Team leaders/players must report to the tournament management in order to be registered and to receive the required instructions/information min. 30 minutes before the first game. Players must be ready for the game at least 15 minutes before start. Games will be started at the planned time if the minimum number of players is present under the rule of the game. If the required number of players is not ready to play at least 15 minutes after the scheduled time, the team/players loose(s) the match.

The above information was updated on 24/5/2022. Adjustments in the run-up to the event are possible. Keep an eye on this page for the latest version.