30 Jun 2018   |    Views : 650     |    Sports   |    Mumbai

 Tournament rules & regulationsEvery weekend at Mumbai & every month at Pune, Delhi & Bengaluru

Open Rating Round robin Chess Tournament (Anybody can participate: No restriction)

Bullet 1 minute per player tournament Entry Fee: Rs.400 (Punctual discount fee Rs.300 if paid 7 days in advance)

Last day Inconvenience fee: Rs.500

1st Prize Open: Rs.1000

Blitz 5 min Entry Fee: Rs.800 (Rs.600 if paid 7 days in advance)

Last day fee: Rs.1000

1st Prize Open: Rs.2000

Rapid 10 min Entry Fee: Rs.1500 (Rs.1000 if paid 7 days in advance)

Last day fee: Rs.2000

1st Prize Open: Rs.4000

Standard 1 hr Entry Fee: Rs.5000 (Rs.4000 if paid 7 days in advance)

Last day fee: Rs.8000

1st Prize Open: Rs.15000

Classical 2 hr Entry Fee: Rs.10000 (Rs.8000 if paid 7 days in advance)

Last day fee: Rs.15000

1st Prize Open: Rs.30000

Spectator Ticket: Rs.100

Fee Non refundable

Limited Entries

Medals/Trophies to winners in 6 age group categories

Free 15 min training session by players above FIDE rating 2000 like Saurabh Barve, Pratik Vaidya, Piyush Hariya, Sagar Kolhe, etc

Let's celebrate victory of players over All India Chess Federation (AICF) in supreme court with verdict that no sports association governs any sport as per Competition Act (monopoly act 2002) & everybody is free to organise or play any tournament anywhere in India without giving a damn to any association

Tournament ends within 2 hours

Elo Rating, Digital Photo Certificate & Medal/Trophy to all participants: We respect & reward ur time & efforts

Fast non stop 7+ rounds. On time start & end of tournament

2 on 1 free for females: All females can register & get 1 free entry for ur female friend

Play Chess, Learn to think

Master ur own game invented in India

Learn rational & logical thinking by playing chess

Let's finish the slave mentality & learn to live with self pride

Dedicated to S.L.Harsh, Kuldeep Sharma, karan Duggal, etc & their team for defeating All India Chess Federation (AICF) in the Competition Commission of India (CCI) which has ordered that AICF has no right to ban any chess player & ended monopoly of AICF in chess 

Not a knockout event: 
All players can play all games even after losing    

Fast rounds, immediate next game after ur previous round finishes. No waiting        

Prizes may b cancelled & groups may b merged bcoz of less participants  

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