22nd Hoogeveen Chess Tournament 2018 Print
Saturday, 20 October 2018 13:50
Hoogeveen Chess Tournament 2018

The Hoogeveen Chess Tournament will be held from Saturday 20th October through Saturday 27th October 2018. The tournament consists of the Hoogeveen Matches, the Hoogeveen Open and two amateur tournaments.

All tournaments will take place in the attractive town hall of Hoogeveen. In the chess café, well-known commentators will analyse the games with the audience. The games can also be followed live on the tournament website. 

Hoogeveen Matches

Peter Svidler - Sam Shankland
Jorden van Foreest - Vladimir Fedoseev

Hoogeveen Open

In the Hoogeveen Open, 9 rounds will be played. After the 7th round, the top 4 qualifies for the semi-finals and finals to decide the top prizes of the Open tournament. The remaining players of the Open group will play a regular 8th and 9th round. There is space for approximately 84 players with a minimal rating of 2000. The Hoogeveen Open is an international tournament, and consequently (grand-) master norms can be achieved.

There is a total prize fund of € 10,000:
1. € 4,000 
2. € 2,000 
3. € 1,000 
4. € 500 
5. € 1,000 
6. € 500 
7. € 400 
8. € 300 
9. € 200 
10. €100

Amateur tournaments

Group I (= afternoon group): for players with a rating up to 2100. Group II (= morning group): also for players with a rating up to 2100. Each group can contain a maximum of 84 players. They play 8 rounds. 1st prize for both groups is € 250 each.
The results will be submitted to KNSB and FIDE for rating calculations.

Rate of play

The rate of play for the Hoogeveen Open is 40 moves in 90 minutes, 30 minutes extra time + an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from move 1.
The rate of play for the Amateur Group I (afternoon group) is 40 moves in 90 minutes, 30 minutes extra time + an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from move 1.
The rate of play for the Amateur Group II (morning group) is 90 minutes + 30 seconds extra time per move starting from move 1. 

Find the tournament regulations here.

Official website







 
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
arb banner
banner_fidecis195
banner_bids50
facebook twitter gplus rss
 
©  World Chess Federation   |  FIDE News RSS Feed