2016年3月8日 星期二

2016 亞洲青年(公開/女子)西洋棋錦標賽

亞洲青年(公開/女子)西洋棋錦標賽 2016
(自費前往 , 遴派將依國手選拔成績為依據 ,須經由協會統一報名 )
ASIAN JUNIOR (OPEN& GIRLS) CHESS
CHAMPIONSHIP-2016
New Delhi, India, 2nd to 12th May 2016
Venue : Hotel Park Plaza, Shahdara, New Delhi
REGULATIONS
1. Invitation
On behalf of the Asian Chess Federation and FIDE, the All India Chess Federation has the honour of
inviting all Asian National Chess Federations affiliated to FIDE to participate in the Asian Junior
(Open& Girls) Chess Championship-2016 in New Delhi, India from 2nd (arrival) to
12th (departure) May 2016.
2. Participation
2.1 Invited Players - Each National Federation can enter one (1) player each in Open and Girls
Categories, totalling a maximum of two (2) invited players.
2.2 The players placed 1-3 in the Asian Junior Open & Girls Championship-2015 and the Asian
Open and Girls Under-18 Champions of 2015, will have personal right and will be accepted as
official players if they fulfil the condition of Article 2.4.
2.3 Additional Players –Additional (extra) players can also be registered in each category by each
National Federations.
2.4 The players should be below the age of 20 years on or before 1st January 2016 and from the
Federation in Zone 3.1to 3.7.
3. Additional Information for Indian Players
3.1 Only those who have participated in the National Junior / Junior Girls 2015, are eligible for
consideration and the entries should be routed through their respective State Chess Associations
and AICF decision in accepting the entries will be final and binding.
4. Organization
4.1 The Asian Chess Federation President represents the interests of the Continent and is
empowered to take the final decision on all questions relating to the championship as a whole. A
Technical Delegate shall be appointed by the Asian Chess Federation President for inspection and
final report.
5. Registration
5.1 At least 3 months (before 02 February 2016) before the beginning of the Championship,
National Federations should register their intentions to participate stating the expected number of
participants. This is a Preliminary Registration in order to ascertain number of hotel rooms required.
At least 2 months (before 2 March 2016) before the beginning of the Championship, National
Federations should submit their Final Registration of participants. This date is the registration
deadline. Late registration shall bear a fine of $50. Copies of the entry should be sent to the Asian
Chess Federation, respective Zone President and Organising Committee.
5.2 The complete registration form must include the surname, first name, FIDE ID number, FIDE
rating and title, and passport details of each player and each accompanying person. It must also
include the name, telephone, fax number and email of the Delegation chief and of the federation
official in charged
5.3 A digital scan of the passport and ID photo of each player and each accompanying person must
be sent by email to the Organizing Committee.
5.4 All travel expenses must be paid by the participants or their National Federation.
5.5 Every player (invited, extra or by personal right) and every accompanying person has to pay to
the organizers the amount of $100 participation fee on registration to the championship organizer.
5.6 The above amount of $ 100 includes accreditation and bus transport from New Delhi airport to
the official hotel and back to airport.
5.7 Players will not be paired until all payments of their federation have been fulfilled.
5.8 Players will not be paired if they are not accredited in official hotel at least one hour before the
Technical Meeting.
5.9 All Players are obliged to wear uniforms that represent their National Federation and/or the
National Flag. Shorts, Slippers, Sun glasses, Sports Caps and revealing attire are not allowed.
6. Entry Fees
6.1 In accordance with FIDE regulations an entry fee of $75 is required for each invited player.
Their National Federation must pay this amount to the Organizing Committee by 2nd March 2016.
6.2 For each additional (extra) player, an entry fee of $150 is required. Their National Federation
must also pay this amount directly to the Organizing Committee by 2nd March 2016.
7. Hotel Accommodation
7.1 All players and accompanying persons should be registered through the organizers at the
designated official hotel.
7.2 Free board will be provided to the invited players as well as to one official per federation from
noon of 2nd May (lunch) to 12th May (breakfast). All invited players are accommodated in triple
rooms only. Anyone needing double/single rooms should bear the difference.
7.3 All participants and all accompanying persons are obliged to lodge at official hotels.
7.4 Hotel payments for all extra players and accompanying persons must be made in advance on
arrival in New Delhi.
7.5 Cost for full board and lodging (with breakfast, lunch & dinner) for additional (extra) players and
accompanying persons are as follows:
Type of Room Amount per person
Triple sharing $ 50 per day per person
Double or Twin sharing $ 60 per day per person
Single $ 100 per day
8. Format
8.1 The championships will be played according to the Swiss System of 9 Rounds. Time control is 90
minutes for the whole game with 30 second increment per move from move 1. In the last round,
players from the same country who have more than 50% shall not be paired together.
9. Schedule
02nd May After 1200 hrs Arrival
03rd May 0900 hrs Technical Meeting
03rd May 1000 hrs Opening Ceremony
03rd May Rapid Championship from 1100 hrs
04th May 1500 hrs Round 1
05th May 1000 hrs Round 2
05th May 1630 hrs Round 3
06th May 1500 hrs Round 4
07th May 1500 hrs Round 5
08th May 1500 hrs Round 6
09th May 1500 hrs Round 7
10th May 1500 hrs Round 8
11th May 1000 hrs Round 9
11th May 1600 hrs Blitz Championship
11th May 1900 hrs Closing Ceremony
12th May Before 1200 hrs Departure
10. Chief Arbiter and his Assistants
10.1 The Asian Chess Federation President will, after consultation with Organizing Federation,
nominate the Chief Arbiter, as well as the necessary assistant arbiters and other officials.
10.2 The Chief Arbiter may, in consultation with the Asian Chess Federation, and with the approval of
the Asian Chess Federation President, issue additional written regulations to inform the exact playing
hours and take care of other details not covered by these regulations.
10.3 Protests, including protests against decisions of the Chief Arbiter or his assistants, must be
submitted in writing to the Chairman of the Appeals Committee within one hour after completion of the
playing session. A protest shall be submitted with an accompanying fee of $100 or its equivalent in
local currency. If the protest is upheld, the protest fee will be returned otherwise it shall be forefeited to
the Organizing Committee.
11. Appeals Committee
11.1 The Chairman of the Appeals Committee shall be nominated by the Asian Chess Federation
President in consultation with organizing federation. The Committee shall be composed of five
members and two reserves, all from different Federations, chosen from among the representatives of
national federations present.
11.2 No member of the committee will have the right to decide on the questions concerning his own
federation. In such cases the member concerned will have the right only to take part in the discussions
in the committee.
12. Designation of the Winner
12.1 The order of the players is determined according to the number of points obtained. If at the end
of the championship two or more players are tied, the tie shall be broken by the tie break systems in the
following order:
(a) Direct Encounter
(b) The greater number of wins
(c) Buchholz
(d) Buchholz Cut 1
(e) Buchholz Cut 2
12.2 In case the above does not produce a decision, the players remaining tied will be proclaimed joint
winners of the Asian Junior Champion.
13. Visas
For those who need visas, send all passport copy to Organizing Committee before 02 March 2016 at
Email ID : delhichess64@gmail.com. Invitations for visas will only be provided after the payment of
registration fee and accommodation charges.
14. Payments
All payments are to be done to the following Bank account and all bank commissions must be paid by
sender.
Bank : CANARA BANK
Bank Account No : 2416101014661
Bank Address : HSS Kings way camp, Delhi INDIA (DP 2416)
Account NAME : Delhi Chess Association
IFSC CODE : CNRB0002416
SWIFT CODE : CNRBINBBDFM
15. Contact of the Organising Committee
The Secretary, Delhi Chess Association, Hotel KC Plaza, 5588, Basant Lane, Paharganj,
New Delhi-55, INDIA.
Mr. MS Gopakumar, IA (Registration) +91 - 9868624216/ 9986883449
Mr. AK Verma (Organising Secretary) +91 - 9891468906
Mr. Bharat Singh (Chairman, Organising Committee) +91 - 9810000007
Email: delhichess64@gmail.com Web site: www.delhichess.com
16. Matters not mentioned
Any matter not mentioned in the Regulations above shall be decided upon, if necessary, after
consultation with the Asian Chess Federation President.
ASIAN JUNIOR CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP-2016
New Delhi, India, 2nd to 12th May 2016
Registration Form by Player
(Please submit separate entry forms for each player or accompanying person)
Federation :
Name of Player :
Open
Girls
Title FIDE Rating ID Number Passport No. Validity
ID Number Passport No.
Validity
Nationality Place & Date of Birth
Rooming:
Single Twin Triple
Name of Accompanying person (1) Male
Female
Passport No. Validity
Nationality
Place & Date of Birth
Rooming:
Single Twin Triple
Name of Authorized person of NCF
Signature Official Seal
Flight Details
Arrival Date :
Arrival Time :
Arriving From :
Flight No. :
ASIAN JUNIOR CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP-2016
New Delhi, India, 2nd to 12th May 2016
Registration Form by Federation
Federation :
Address :
Telephone : Fax :
E-mail :
CATEGORY INVITED EXTRAS TOTAL
Open
Girls
Accompanying Person
Name of Responding Official :
Please return this entry form by 2nd March 2016 to the following Email address :
Email: delhichess64@gmail.com
VENUE & OFFICIAL HOTEL

Hotel Park Plaza, Shahdara, New Delhi

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