Women's OTB Events Going Ahead

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Simon Rogers
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Women's OTB Events Going Ahead

Post by Simon Rogers » Fri Oct 02, 2020 9:56 am

I have found this OTB Event Going Ahead:

10th-11th October Queensland Womens and Girls Championship.
Bracken Ridge, Queensland, Australia.
All entrants must be a member of the Chess Association of Queensland.

Does anyone know of any OTB Events Going Ahead?

Mick Norris
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Re: Women's OTB Events Going Ahead

Post by Mick Norris » Thu May 06, 2021 12:25 pm

FIDE have announced
Women’s World Chess Championship Cycle events scheduled for 2021:
◽ Women’s Grand Prix Series Series, 4th leg – May
◽ Women’s World Cup – July
◽ Women’s Grand Swiss – October-November
And
8 spots in the Women’s Candidates Tournament 2022:
◾ 1 spot – FIDE WC Match 2020, Runner-up (GM Aleksandra Goryachkina)
◾ 2 spots – FIDE Grand Prix Series 2019-20
◾ 3 spots – FIDE Women’s World Cup 2021
◾ 1 spot – FIDE Women’s Grand Swiss Tournament 2021
◾ 1 spot – by Rating
Any postings on here represent my personal views and should not be taken as representative of the Manchester Chess Federation www.manchesterchess.co.uk

Simon Rogers
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Re: Women's OTB Events Going Ahead

Post by Simon Rogers » Sun May 30, 2021 11:51 pm

I found this on the European Chess Union website:
European Individual Women's Chess Championship 2021
Iasi, Romania 8th-21st August.
www.europechess.org

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Re: Women's OTB Events Going Ahead

Post by NickFaulks » Mon May 31, 2021 12:23 am

Simon Rogers wrote:
Sun May 30, 2021 11:51 pm
European Individual Women's Chess Championship 2021
Iasi, Romania 8th-21st August.
Looks like a nice part of the world, albeit not a seaside resort. I'd be tempted if I were eligible.
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