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Regular Quads Open year round to all players rated 1800 or below. Four-player section, two games per opponent. Section started as soon as it is filled. Entry fee $6 per section, multiple entries permitted. Entry deadline: December 31st.
Premier Quads Open year round to all players rated 1600 or above. Four-player section, two games per opponent. Section started as soon as it is filled. Entry fee $6 per section, multiple entries permitted. Entry deadline: December 31st.
There are two seasonal tournaments, the Winter Server Series and the Summer Server Series. Entry fee $6 per section, multiple entries permitted. One round. No prizes. Entrants grouped by rating. Players paired as either a 7-player single round robin, or as 4-, 5- or 6-player double-round robins. Total number of games played will be six to ten, depending on number of entrants and pairing option.
CCLA Teaches the Basics
Are you just beginning to play chess? We offer a comprehensive section for novice players, including a How to Play Chess tutorial indexed by topic,
Glossary of chess terms, 24 Standard Tactics with live pgn demos, 24 Standard Checkmates with live pgn demos and a link to FIDE's Rules of Chess. Note: all players must understand the rules of chess and be able to read/write chess notation before entering CCLA events.
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The Friendly Post
News from ICCF-US Friendly Matches from around the world - Issue 10, December 2014
Notice of Rules Change
An ICCF server update will occur in December that automatically sets all total time oversteps (CCLA Server rule 11) and 40 days/move oversteps (CCLA Rule 15) as forfeit losses. As soon as the overstep occurs, the result will be posted automatically by the server as a win in the crosstable for the waiting player. The win will be given a time overstep symbol. The TD will then determine and notify the players if the win is CCLA rated or unrated (CCLA Server rules 12 and 13). An unrated win may still be submitted for adjudication and CCLA rating consideration as is described in CCLA Rule 14.
It is recommended players stay current with all CCLA server rules.
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