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European Senior Chess Championship 2015

The 15th European Senior Chess Championship for Men and Women will be held in Eretria, Greece, from 28th April to 8th May, 2015.

The tournament venue is the conference center of the 4-star “Eretria Village” Hotel, near the ancient city of Eretria.

The Championship is open to all players representing ECU Chess Federations who have been born in the year 1965 or earlier. There is also no limit in the number of participants per federation.

Applications have to be sent by the National Federations or to be approved by the National Federations.

Eretria Village

Eretria Village

The Championship will be played in two categories: category SENIOR 50+ and category SENIOR 65+, Men and Women separately.

If there are less than 10 participants in the category 65+ then there will be only one Women tournament under category 50+ with separate prizes. If in total the Women participants are less than 10 they will play in the Open tournaments with separate prizes.

The European Senior Chess Championship will be played according to the Swiss System in 9 rounds, with the time control 40 moves in 90 minutes, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game+ 30 seconds increment per move, starting from move one.

Total prize fund of the Championship is 8.000 Euros, and the first 3 places will be awarded with cups and medals. Prizes will be equally shared among the players with the same score.

The top 3 players from each category of the European Senior Championship 2015 are qualified with personal rights (free board and lodging in single rooms) to the World Senior Championship 2016.

Contact the Tournament Director: FIDE IO Nikos Kalesis
tel.: (+30) 6938326161, fax: (+30) 2641500112

Regulations for download (PDF)

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