A weekly free game (1-8-15-22) played at 4:00 p.m. CET, for average players. A prize of $50.
The prize will be awarded to a player drawn from amongst those who submit all 4 correct solutions.
Grandmaster Corner Live Puzzle - Great Masters’ Games
Free game for everyone. The first player wins.
In the GC Live Puzzle we present games lost by excellent chess players. Here, you need to win them against CEEC, starting from a given position. So, you will contribute to creation of multiple theoretical novelties and stronger variations.
By playing the GC Live Puzzle you too can contribute to the development of chess.
Solutions should be submitted to the firstname.lastname@example.org address with the “Puzzle GC” phrase entered in the subject field. Prizes will be awarded for solutions identical with the author’s one and for the nicest own solutions developed by players.
The prize amounts will be specified in the contents of the problem or on the diagram.
Open Goldchess World Chess Championship – June 30, 11:00 New York time
1. I World Champion – prize US $ 10,000 (only original author’s solution)
2. Vice-Master of the World - prize US $ 3000
3. 3rd place – prize US $ 1000.
Place: www.goldchess.com portal
The championships are individual.
Everyone can participate. Entry fee $10.
Only chess players from countries with at least 100 participants play for given prizes.
For the rest consolation prizes.
After the registration fee is paid in, the system will automatically attach all the position files of the World Championship tournament’s problems to the user's account. The player will be able to download them in sequence and solve exactly at the time when they are opened. The time is provided under theResults - World Championshiptab or on the tournament's website. The solution, including the original position file, shall be input by the player into the table under My Account-Save.
|during the summer time in Poland (CEST)||during the winter time in Poland (CET)|
|11 a.m.||11 a.m.||for North America; the U.S.A., New York|
|12 a.m.||1 p.m.||for South America; Argentina, Buenos Aires|
|4 p.m.||4 p.m.||for Europe; London|
|5 p.m.||5 p.m.|| for Central Europe (Warsaw, Berlin, Paris) |
(constant time of games)
|6 p.m.||7 p.m.||for Russia, (Moscow)|
|8.30 p.m.||9.30 p.m.||for India (Delhi)|
|11 p.m.||12 p.m.||for China, (Beijing)|
|2 a.m. (the next day)||3 a.m. (the next day)||for Australia, Sydney|