Asian Junior & Girls Under-20 Chess Championships 2015

On behalf of the Asian Chess Federation and FIDE, the Kyrgyz Chess Federation has the honor to invite all Asian National Chess Federations affiliated to FIDE to participate in the 2015 Asian Junior Chess Championships under 20 from 2nd (arrival) to 12th October (departure) 2015 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

The Championships will be played according to the Swiss System of 9 Rounds. Time control is 90 minutes for the whole game with 30 second increments per move from move 1.

The playing venue and official hotel is “Ak Keme Hotel”.

Asian Junior Chess Championships 2015

All Players are obliged to wear uniforms that represent their National Federation and/or the National Flag. Shorts, Slippers, Sun glasses, Sport caps and revealing attire are not allowed.

Each National Federation can enter one (1) player (Open & Girls) categories, totaling a maximum of two (2) invited Players.

The players placed 1-3 in the previous Championship and the Asian Boys (Girls) -18 champions of 2014, the year preceding this edition, will have a personal right to participate in the tournament if they fulfill the condition of Article 2.4 and will be accepted as official players.

Additional (extra) players per category from National Federations can also be registered.

Entitled to participate are chess players from the Federations in Zones 3.1. to 3.7. who shall not have reached the age of 20 before January 1st 2015.

The registration and visa application deadline is 2nd August.

Organizing Committee:
The Chess Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic
31 Turusbekov St., Bishkek, 720010, Kyrgyz Republic
(996312) 31-74-53; 31-79-42; (996 701) 77-57-16; Fax (996312) 31-79-33; kgchess020213@gmail.com

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