októberi sakk ajánló

Október 24-én magyar idő szerint 13 órakor startol az elsó forduló, az EB 9 fordulós svájci rendszerű. Öt forduló után, október 29-én lesz szabadnap. A gondolkodási idő a megszokott, 90-90 perc az első 40 lépésre, majd 30-30 perc a játszma befejezéséig, az első lépéstől még 30-30 másodperc bónusszal is gazdálkodhatnak a sakkozók. Az első 30 lépésben tilos a döntetlen ajánlat, 15 perc késés megengedett.


October 24 – November 2 | European Team Championship | Batumi, Georgia Magyar Magyar felnőtt férfi és női csapat
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22nd European Team Championship 2019 live open

The 22nd European Team Championship is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 24 October to 2 November 2019 in Batumi, Georgia.
Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

22nd European Women’s Team Championship live

The 22nd European Women’s Team Championship is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 24 October to 2 November 2019 in Batumi, Georgia.
Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

European Team Championship 2019 OPEN
2019-10-24 – 2019-11-03

European Women’s Team Championship 2019

2019-10-24 – 2019-11-03

Starting rank list-Open section click here

Team-Starting rank

No. Team Team RtgAvg Captain
1
RUS Russia 2722 Motylev Alexander
2
ENG England 2690 Pein Malcolm
3
POL Poland 2688 Socko Bartosz
4
AZE Azerbaijan 2679 Safarli Eltaj
5
ARM Armenia 2676 Petrosian Arshak
6
ESP Spain 2663 Magem Badals Jordi
7
NED Netherlands 2656 Gustafsson Jan
8
UKR Ukraine 2646 Sulypa Oleksandr
9
GER Germany 2641 Rogozenco Dorian
10
HUN Hungary 2638
11
ISR Israel 2635 David Glaz Ilana
12
CZE Czech Republic 2633 Hracek Zbynek
13
FRA France 2624 Nataf Igor-Alexandre
14
GEO Georgia 2616 Gelazonia Parmen
15
CRO Croatia 2614 Kozul Zdenko
16
ROU Romania 2598 Berescu Alin-Mile
17
TUR Turkey 2593 Kanmazalp, Ogulcan
18
GRE Greece 2592 Kapnisis Spyridon
19
SLO Slovenia 2579 Mikac Matjaz
20
SWE Sweden 2578 Bellon Lopez Juan Manuel
21
DEN Denmark 2558 Hansen Sune Berg
22
AUT Austria 2557 Predojevic Borki
23
BLR Belarus 2555 Tukmakov Vladimir
24
SRB Serbia 2550 Perunovic Miodrag
25
NOR Norway 2547 Moen Ole Christian
26
ITA Italy 2538 Kogan Arthur
27
MDA Moldova 2525
28
SUI Switserland 2523 Ballmann Martin
29
MKD Republic of North Macedonia 2498 Kutirov Rolando
30
SVK Slovakia 2495 Movsesian Sergej
31
MNE Montenegro 2489 Drasko Milan
32
EST Estonia 2473 Lauk Ular
33
ISL Iceland 2462 Johannesson Ingvar Thor
34
FIN Finland 2445 Kuljasevic Davorin
35
ALB Albania 2443 Fatos Muco
36
BEL Belgium 2440 Gurevich Mikhail
37
LTU Lithuania 2420
38
GEO Georgia 2 2416 Sturua Zurab
39
KOS Kosovo 2317 Fejzullahu Afrim
40
SCO Scotland 2294 Muir Andrew J

Starting rank list- Women’s section click here

Team-Starting rank

No. Team Team RtgAvg Captain
1
RUS Russia 2529 Rublevsky Sergei
2
GEO Georgia 2451 Ubilava Elizbar
3
UKR Ukraine 2419 Brodsky Michail
4
POL Poland 2397 Heberla Bartlomiej
5
AZE Azerbaijan 2383 Sideifzade Fikret
6
FRA France 2369 Cornette Matthieu
7
HUN Hungary 2364 Papp Gabor
8
ROU Romania 2347 Nanu Costica-Ciprian
9
GEO Georgia 2 2344 Lomineishvili Maia
10
TUR Turkey 2340 Mikhalchishin Adrian
11
ITA Italy 2334 Garcia Palermo Carlos
12
ESP Spain 2334 Martinez Martin David
13
ARM Armenia 2327 Andriasian Zaven
14
NED Netherlands 2306 Bosch Jeroen
15
SRB Serbia 2300 Chelushkina Irina
16
SVK Slovakia 2294 Stohl Igor
17
ISR Israel 2288 Greenfeld Alon
18
CZE Czech Republic 2277 Haba Petr
19
GER Germany 2272 Naumann Alexander
20
GRE Greece 2266 Sandalakis Angelos
21
LAT Latvia 2242 Reizniece-Ozola Dana
22
SWE Sweden 2235 Bellon Lopez Juan Manuel
23
CRO Croatia 2231 Jovanovic Zoran
24
ENG England 2213 D`Costa Lorin
25
SLO Slovenia 2209 Grosar Aljosa
26
AUT Austria 2180 Schneider-Zinner Harald
27
SUI Switzerland 2138 Novkovic Milan
28
MKD Republic of North Macedonia 2025 Bogdanovski Vlatko
29
NOR Norway 2017
30
FIN Finland 2015 Lehtinen Helja
31
BEL Belgium 2013 Cuvelier Annelies
32
GEO Georgia 3 1928

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October 27th – November 2nd: FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Championship (Bærum, Norway)

October 27th – November 2nd: FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Championship (Bærum, Norway)

 

FIDE, Chess.com, and Dund A.S. are organizing the new Chess960 World Championship. A series of online qualification events will result in three players getting a spot at the semi-finals to be held at the end of October. The remaining spot is reserved for world champion Magnus Carlsen.

In the semi-finals and finals, the players will face each other in twelve-game matches, with different time controls:

  • Four “slow rapid” games: 45 minutes for the first 40 moves, 15 minutes for the rest of game. No increment.
  • Four “fast rapid” games: 15 minutes plus 2-second increments.
  • Four blitz games: 3 minutes plus 2-second increments.
  • Tiebreaker – Armageddon: 5/4 minutes, no increment, Black advances if the game is drawn.

 

 

 

Links

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