The Australian Chess Championship is a tournament organised by the Australian Chess Federation and held every two years. The tournament is largely restricted to Australian chess players, although it is common to allow a small number of strong overseas players to compete. The highest-scoring eligible player (frequently the tournament winner) holds the title of Australian Chess Champion until the next tournament is held. The tournament format is normally a restricted Swiss system, and in case of a tie

Australian Open Champion Australian Women’s Champion and Australian Senior’s Champion will be awarded to the highest scoring eligible players in the Open. Reply With Quote. 05-06-2016, 02:42 PM #2.  The Minor Tournament of The 2017 Australian Open Chess Championships is for Under 1600 ACF players. It has a great prize list, including $1000 for first! Please note that all prizes for all events listed above by Afitz are guaranteed by The Chess Association of Queensland! Reply With Quote. 05-06-2016, 11:04 PM #5.

Australian Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 27-31 December 2018 at the Electra Community Centre, Ashwood, Victoria. Players receive 90 minutes for the entire game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one. Official website: boxhillchess.org.au.  Using chess24 requires the storage of some personal data, as set out below. You can find additional information in our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, Disclaimer and Terms of Website Use. Please note that your data settings can be changed at any time by clicking on the Data Settings link in the footer at the bottom of our website.

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The Box Hill Chess Club will be hosting the 2019 Australian Chess Open at their venue : 21a Electra Avenue, Ashwood, Vic 3147. The event will run from Thursday 27th December 2018 to Monday 31st December 2018. Sponsorship Opportunities: email info.BoxHillChessClub@gmail.com or see the clubs newsletter for details .

The 2015 Australian Open Chess Championship is taking place on 2-11th January 2015 at The Lyceum, in Castle Hill, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The event is split into two main tournaments – Open and Minor (U1600). Both tournament will be played in an 11-round Swiss format. The prize fund in the amount of $20,250 will be awarded as follows: Open Section: Main prizes: $6,000/ $2,900/ $1,400/ $1,000/ $600/ $400/ $300/ $250/ $150/ $150/ $100/ $100 Special prizes: - U2200: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Membership to Chess.com valued at $123, - U2000: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Membe

The 2015 Australian Open Chess Championship is taking place on 2-11th January 2015 at The Lyceum, in Castle Hill, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The event is split into two main tournaments – Open and Minor (U1600). Both tournament will be played in an 11-round Swiss format. The prize fund in the amount of $20,250 will be awarded as follows: Open Section: Main prizes: $6,000/ $2,900/ $1,400/ $1,000/ $600/ $400/ $300/ $250/ $150/ $150/ $100/ $100 Special prizes: - U2200: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Membership to Chess.com valued at $123, - U2000: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Membe

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From 2-11 January 2015 the Australian Open Chess Championships take place in Sydney. In short: a strong tournament with an impressive prize pool in a fascinating city in an attractive country. Give it a go!  10/15/2014 – There are many reasons to visit Australia: sunny weather, rich wildlife, incredible beaches, vibrant cities to name just a few. In January there is one more: Chess. From 2-11 January 2015 the Australian Open Chess Championships take place in Sydney. In short: a strong tournament with an impressive prize pool in a fascinating city in an attractive country. Give it a go!

The 2015 Australian Open Chess Championship is taking place on 2-11th January 2015 at The Lyceum, in Castle Hill, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The event is split into two main tournaments – Open andMinor (U1600). Both tournament will be played in an 11-round Swiss format. The prize fund in the amount of $20,250 will be awarded as follows: Open Section: Main prizes: $6,000/ $2,900/ $1,400/ $1,000/ $600/ $400/ $300/ $250/ $150/ $150/ $100/ $100 Special prizes: – U2200: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Membership to Chess.com valued at $123, – U2000: $250/ $150/ 1 Year Diamond Member

Home » Chess News » Events » Australian Open 2015. Australian Open 2015 (Games and Results). Australian Open 2015. Mark Crowther - Sunday 4th January 2015. The Australian Open took place Fri 2nd Jan 2015Sun 11th Jan 2015. Top seed Ni Hua won with 10.5/11. Others included: Kazhgaleyev, Zhao Zong-Yuan and David Smerdon. Australian Open 2015 (Sydney AUS) Fri 2nd Jan 2015 - Sun 11th Jan 2015 - Official Site - Results - Live. Australian Open 2015 (11 Rds Swiss Indiv TC:90m:30m+30spm(1)) - Games in PGN: Games. Australian Open 2015 (11 Rds Swiss Indiv TC: 90m:30m+30spm(1)) - Games in PGN: Games. vs.

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From 2-12 January in Brisbane (Australia) was held 2017 Australian Open Championship. 103 players from 15 countries participated including 5 GM's, 9 IM's and 2 WIM's. The total prize fund was AUD 10,250. In the end of 11 rounds 4 players scored 8.5 points, but on additional indicators 16-year old IM, Temur Kuybokarov of Uzbekistan has become the champion. Second place went to 24-year-old grandmaster from Australia Max Illingworth , "bronze" went to 20-year-old Azeri ,Kanan Izzat. It is noteworthy that in the 10th round Kuybokarov defeated the tournament’s highest ranki

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