Chess in Windsor and Essex County
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The 2016 Chess Challenge
March 1 – 2, 2016
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This site provides information about all chess-related events near Windsor!
NAYCC pairings and standings
I (JC) haven't been involved with NAYCC, but the computer guy (Brian Clarke) has kindly sent me the pairings and standings:
NAYCC ratings and tiebreaks
All ratings as of August 6th (or as soon as possible thereafter).
If a player has a FIDE Standard rating, then that will be used.
All other players will be ranked as of their own country's rating.
1) the games between the tied players (applies only if all tied players have played each other)
3) the greater number of games with Black (unplayed games count as played with white)
4) the greater number of wins
5) the younger bi...
CYCC Final Standings
Friday evening: unfortunately Brian sent me a spreadsheet rather than a html file, I'll try to convert it... (edit, failed miserably)
At last, at the crack of dawn on Saturday...
Rene Preotu has posted a pdf file here:
and last but not least...
These are the 2016 CYCC (computerized) tiebreaks. They are based upon tiebreaks previously announced for the World Youth & Cadets Chess Championships.
Policy on playing up at CYCC 2016
You can play up at CYCC 2016.
You need to apply to the CFC youth coordinator and the tournament organizers/CFC president to play up. You cannot simply register for a section under the radar without requesting to play up.
You cannot play up into a section where there are no competitors or very few competitors.
If you do play up and qualify, that is the section where you will play at WYCC or WCCC. Where someone plays up and sections are combined so that you are playing i...
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