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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 when 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 when filled. Entry fee $6 per section, multiple entries permitted. Entry deadline: December 31st.
CCLA North American Server Class Championships - this is a one or two round event depending on the number
of entrants. There are four rating classes , A, B, C and D. Classes C and D may be combined, depending on the
number of entrants. Each winner of a round one section and all players scoring 75% or better advance to the final round of their class.
First place prize $20. Entry fee $8. Pairings may be single round robin or double round robin, depending on number of entrants in a class.
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|CCLA Teaches the Basics|
Are you just beginning to play chess? We cover the basics for novice players, in 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. Important: all players must understand the rules of chess and be able to read/write chess notation before entering CCLA events. Please read our complete description of all CCLA tournaments. Why not join CCLA and enter a server event today?
|Questions On Server Chess?|
For questions about Serverchess, please use the Contact link below. Before logging onto the server to register and / or beginning play we strongly recommend that players new to server play please read "CCLA Server Rules", the "Server FAQ" and perhaps the "Webchess Tutorial". These pages are designed to answer many if not most of your questions and help make server chess a positive experience.
Absolutely no software to download and install. Log on to the iccf chess server using the ID# and Password we supply, select My Games, make your next move(s) on the graphical interface and log off. The server automatically notifies players via email when an opponent has moved, eliminating the need to log on / off the server looking for opponents' latest moves. Note: do not disable "email notification" in your player profile, but do select "remember ID and pasword" on the logon screen (the latter also requires "cookies" enabled in your browser.) Be sure to keep your email address up-to-date in your player profile (never displayed for public viewing.)