Welcome to Assam Chess Club The club is credited of holding mega chess event in the state. The first tournament organized by the club in the very first year of its formation was the 1st Asom International Open Rating chess tournament 2006 with a total prize fund of three lakhs twenty five thousand which was the highest ever prize money tournament in the northeast till that time.
Organised by the International Chess Federation and Chess.com, the six-team event is touted to be the richest online team tournament with a prize money of USD 180,000.
Because chess is a 100% skill-based game that does not involve any element of chance, playing online chess for money is legal in countries and states that define unlawful Internet gambling as activities where the opportunity to win is predominantly subject to chance.
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However, a new generation of chess fans has helped to drive the popularity of the game to previously unseen heights and who may be more receptive to fresh ideas. With other Clutch Chess events planned with even bigger prize money at stake, the chess world will soon find out if the past or the future wins out.
Chess Tournament Rules: A new GK tournament is started monthly (on the first Monday of the month). A minimum of 3 wins in any rated games, and at least 6 completed rated games are required to enter the tournament. There are 5 tournament sections: Grandmaster, Expert, Advanced, Intermediate and Casual. Any player can join the Grandmaster section. Only players with the top rating (over the past.
Play free with no prize money. Pay Rs.1000 (can play 300 blitz games) and become eligible to get prize money. New players need to fill registration form (below) to become a member of ATC, after which you will be eligible to play ATC online blitz, provided you have chess.com account. Watch this video to know “how to play ATC Online Tournaments”.
We are thinking of running a series of online Chess Tournaments as Official Chess Scotland events and allowing the grading of the online games from the tournaments on the Allegro grading list. By doing this we can link to the Grand Prix next year and keep that relevant and has the benefit of money coming into Chess Scotland as we are losing income from Grading Fees. The events would take place.