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Online Primary Individual
Tuesday 7th July to Wednesday 8th July (2 day event)
Junior Event | Time Controls: Regular
CS Primary Individual Online Championship
Entries close 5pm on 7th July
Tues-Weds 7th-8th July 2020
6 rounds of Allegro Chess
Starting at 6.30pm
Online Entry Form
Open to all Primary School Pupils or those having just completed Primary School in June 2020. The tournament will have 1 section but with 2 titles (CS Primary Individual Online Champion & CS Primary 5 & Under Online Champion :
Prizes (For both Primary and P5 & Under); 1st Trophy, 2nd and 3rd Medals. 1 year membership of Chess Scotland to the Champion of both sections. 3 Months membership of Chess Scotland to all competing non members. There will also be electronic certificates for all competitors.
Additionally the players finishing 1st and 2nd will both qualify to play for the U12s Scotland Team at the Liverpool Quadrangular 2020. If either or both players are subsequently invited through the normal selection process then the next highest placed child will qualify instead
Titles and positions will be confirmed after Anti-Cheating checks are completed.
Play will take place over 3 evenings: Tues-Weds 7th-8th July 2020 (3 rounds to be played each evening.
Start Time: 6.30pm Finish time: 9.30pm (approx)
6 rounds on Lichess.org platform using Swiss pairings.
Players must join the CS Primary Individual Team on Lichess.org prior to the tournament.
Time Control: 20 mins + 8 sec increment per player.
Entry Fee £5 Games will be graded on the CS Allegro Grading list for 2020-2021
The organisers reserve the right to decline entry and remove players from the tournaments
Anti Cheating Measures
Please note, by entering the competition, you are agreeing to these conditions
Internet chess provider anti-cheating detection will be in place, with provider sanctions and rights of appeal as set out in the provider’s terms and conditions; in the event that a player’s account has been marked or closed by the provider for using computer assistance any appeal must be made to the provider.
In addition we will be screening the PGNs of the games using the FIDE Screening tool run by Professor Ken Regan. We will also have a member of the FIDE Fair Play Commission overseeing the Anti Cheating measures.
A player whose account on the provider’s website has been marked or closed for using computer assistance, or has been picked up in the FIDE screen, will have their results set as a loss and removed from the tournament. If the FIDE screen indicates that the cheating occurred in the event, a report will be sent to the Scottish Anti-Cheating Committee who will make a determination as to any further punishment as required.
Please note, as we are using a provider, if you use computer assistance in other games, your account could be banned mid tournament even although you have not been using computer assistance for the tournament!
Players have the right to appeal. For a removal from a tournament due to FIDE screen, it would be to the Anti Cheating Committee. For a subsequent punishment from the Anti Cheating Committee, it would be to the Management Board.
All data will be held in compliance with the Chess Scotland Data Protection policy