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February Championship 2013

Stanislav Pavlovič | February 21, 2013 – 18:00No Comment | 1,770 views
February Championship 2013

In the temperate climate of northern hemisphere, February is not very pleasant month, weather-wise. It is still quite cold and after a few months of winter, you would really do with some sun. Instead, there you get snow that instantly melts into slush. Ideal for staying home and casually winning a chess championship!

Of course, if you are located in a more enjoyable climate zone, you can still attend our February Championship. It is held between 22nd of February nad 3rd of March. Premium and Exclusive members have access to the final round automatically, regular users must fight for their tickets in one of the qualification rounds.

Qualification will be held between 22nd and 28th of February. More information can be found in this table:

Qualification 1 Qualification 2 Qualification 3
February 22, 17:00 UTC February 24, 17:00 February 28, 17:00
Free entry Free entry Free entry
5 rounds 7 rounds 5 rounds
Time: 3+0 Time: 5+0 Time 10+0
Prizes: 15 tickets Prize: 15 tickets Prize: 15 tickets

Final round is scheduled on 3rd of march.

Final round
March 3, 17:00 UTC
Entry: Ticket
Rounds: 7
Time: 5+0

You can join the tournament at the Tournament section of our website.

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