Christopher Kreuzer wrote:
Which means it can't be FIDE-rated (unless that squeezes into the minimum amount of time?). The minimum amount of time is four hours (each player must have a minimum of 120 minutes).
The move rate is unique to Ireland, namely 90 15 as opposed to e2e4's (and everywhere else's) 90 30
Time control Masters, Challengers & Major
1hr. 30 minutes per player for all moves + 15 seconds increment from move 1.
The benchmark for increment games is the time given for 60 moves. In this case it would be 105 minutes, so not on paper eligible for rating.
An interesting novelty in rule 25
Bunratty rule 25 wrote:
When a player has less than 5:00 minutes on the clock, s/he must mark on the score sheet "T" which will indicate to the arbiter that s/he has reached this point. S/He no longer needs to record the game, even if the clock subsequently goes back above this time, however, if s/he does not record the moves, s/he forfeits the right to claim a draw under the 50 move or the 3 fold repetition rules.
That's worth keeping in mind if you wanted increments in an evening league.