Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

2nd SCT Online Junior Tattie Festival 2020

Monday 19th October to Friday 23rd October  (5 day event)

Junior Event  |  Time Controls: Allegro  |  Website

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http://congress.popmalc.org.uk/congress/102/home
2nd SCT Online Junior Tattie Festival 2020
Monday 19th to Friday 23rd October

For children who are on half term, the 1st Festival is 12-16 Oct.

Tournament Events

The Stovies - 6 Rounds
Monday 19th Oct. 18:00 to 20:30 approx.

The Clapshot - 6 Rounds
Wednesday 21st. Oct. 18:00 to 20:30 approx.

Both events offer trophies as prizes
and are Chess Scotland Allegro graded events

 

Fun Events
Morning Frittes Blitz

Monday to Friday, every Morning at 10:00

Afternoon Mash Up Chess (Crazyhouse, Antichess etc.)
Monday to Friday, every afternoon at 14:00

We may organise some other fun tournaments if we receive any requests
providing there is enough demand and there is an arbiter available

All events hosted on Lichess.org

 

Special Notes

Eligibility - Available to all juniors (under 17) who live in Scotland.

For children who have no Chess Scotland grading, just enter their school in the 'Details if not in the grading list' box and ignore the 'Grade/Rating details' section when making an entry.

Please read the Conditions of Entry below. If you wish to make an enquiry, please use the Contact page.

Fair Play - We use several methods to make sure all competitors play in a fair environment. To keep the integrity of the tournament, we do not allow players to continue to participate in the tournament if their Lichess account is closed or we receive a exceptionally high ROI reading from Professor Ken Regan's FIDE Screening Tool. Please Note We will be scanning games tournaments games and communicating with Lichess. We will withdraw players if they are picked up on the FIDE screen or their account is closed by Lichess.

We work with other organisers and arbiters of chess competitions, and from time to time it may be necessary for us to share information with them in order that suspected Fair Play transgressions might be more quickly resolved. This use of your data is done to encourage fair play and for the smoother running of this and other chess events. By entering the congress you are accepting this unfortunately necessary condition of entry.

A report to the Scottish Anti-Cheating Committee will be sent if any exceptionally high ROI readings from Professor Ken Regan's FIDE Screening Tool are identified. They will determine if further action is required.
Real names and Lichess handles will be displayed in the entries list and any external software we use.

Prizes

We will organise Trophies for age, gender and section winners with medals/badges for runners up in both tournament events. These will be announced before the start of the tournament.

Entry Fee

£10, for both main tournaments. All other events free and optional.

Please use the on-line entry page to add your entry, then use the Pay button. Entries will be automatically entered onto the Entries page when your payment has been accepted.

For children who have no Chess Scotland grading, just enter their school in the 'Details if not in the grading list' box and ignore the 'Grade/Rating details' section when making an entry. Please use the contact page if you have any issues whilst entering.

After making a successful payment, you will need to join the "SCT 2nd Juniors Tattie Week" Team in Lichess.org. You will then join the tournaments you wish to play in that week.

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Sections

Everyone will be in the same section, unless we get a significant number of entrants.

Ratings and Pairings

We will use the Tournament facility on Lichess.org for all tournaments. This uses Lichess.org ratings.

Both Tournament competitions will be submitted to Chess Scotland for grading in the Chess Scotland Allegro list.

Rate of Play

Each player will have 12 minutes plus a 3 second increment per move from move 1

Conditions of Entry

The organisers reserve the right to:

  • Enforce the platform's anti-cheating rules
  • Eject people from the tournament
  • Juniors must obtain permission of a parent/guardian before playing
  • Players must be members of the platform's Scottish Chess Tour club/team
  • Transfer entrants between events
  • Split or merge events depending on numbers
  • The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry without assigning a reason
  • Take any other measures deemed necessary to ensure the smooth running of the event

Where can I obtain further information?
Use the Contact Form to request further information or email scotchesstour@gmail.com.

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