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2020 BC Active Chess Championship 

 15-16 August 2020


Online Registration:


Pre-registered LIst:


Player Instructions:


Pairings & Scores:


Watch The Games:




TD Contact: brendan.woodroff+td@gmail.com



Location:  online chess.com


Eight round Swiss, One Section, CFC Quick Rated


Prizes:  Trophies for 1st Place, U1700, U1300 and U900

All proceeds after expenses will be donated to the BCCF Foundation


Entry Fee:  $20 


Time Control: Game/25 + 5 sec. increment


8 Rounds:   Saturday: 12:00 noon, 1:15pm, 2:30pm, 3:45pm (Pacific Time)

                   Sunday: 12:00 noon, 1:15pm, 2:30pm, 3:45pm (Pacific Time)


Registration: online  Registration closes at midnight on Thursday 13 August



  CFC membership required.  BC residents annual fee adult $38, junior $25.  Available from the CFC, or purchase with registration.  

  Or purchase tournament membership $8 adult $4 junior with registration (good for this event only).

  Players in this event are eligible for the COVID-19 rating bonus of up to 200 regular rating points (play at least 10 Quick rated games between

  March 2020 and March 2021 and achieve a Quick rating 200 points higher than your Regular rating to get the 200 point Regular rating bonus). 

  Tiebreak for trophies: direct encounter, Buchholz (total of opponents' scores), average rating of opponents    

  Non-BC residents welcome


Fair Play:

 Games are subject to monitoring by chess.com anti-cheating software.

 Players must abide by chess.com fair play rules.  That means no assistance from any source including chess engines, databases, books, notes,

 other players, analysis on chess boards etc.

 Be careful when making moves not to have a "mouse-slip" deposit a piece on the wrong square.  There is no way to take back an erroneous move.

 It is possible to experience a temporary loss of internet connectivity on your computer.  This is generally your responsibility but if it persists inform 

 the TD. 


Organizer:  Paul Leblanc   pc-leblanc@shaw.ca


TD:  Brendan Woodroff    

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