The top two players male and female shall be eligible to participate in the CCA qualification Hybrid event on January 21-22, 2023 for the CAC Games to be held in El Salvador in 2023. The registration for the 2 male and 2 female players with the organisers is on 4 January 2023.
Details are as follows:
Date: December 10th, 11th 2022
Venue: Daniell Institute of Learning, Rust St., St. Clair
The tournament will be FIDE Rated.
Payments can be made directly to the TTCA’s First Citizen’s Account:
Account number: 2016302
Bank: First Citizens Bank
Address: 1 Woodbrook Place
Registration will be taken online up to 9th December, 2022 no later than 9 pm and NOT on the day of the tournament.
Time Control: 15 mins plus 10-sec increment
Default time is 10 minutes for each round
Round 1-4 Saturday December 10th 9:30am – 1:30 pm
Round 5-7 Sunday December 11th 2:00pm – 5:00 pm
Pairings will be shown on Chess-Results.
The tournament will be played as a seven (7) round Swiss tournament,
Default time is 10 minutes.
Players defaulting 2 games will be withdrawn from the tournament.
1st Place – $1500
2nd Place – $1000
3rd Place – $700
1st Place – $800
2nd Place – $500
3rd Place – $300
Tie Breaks: TBD
Flash photography may only be taken in the first 5 minutes of each round unless specified otherwise by the Chief Arbiter. Only the players, media and arbiters shall be allowed access to the playing area unless specified otherwise by the Chief Arbiter.
As long as a game is in progress, a player may talk only to an Arbiter or to his opponent as permitted by the laws of Chess
Appeals procedure: Any protest against the Chief Arbiter decisions must be submitted in writing to the chair of the Appeals Committee within 10 minutes after the completion of the playing session. The protest must be lodged by the player and it has to be accompanied by a sum of $100 as a deposit from the signatory. If the appeal is refused, the deposit will be forfeited. The Appeal Committee’s decisions are final.