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ICCF70-CT960f, 70th ICCF Jubilee Chess 960 World Cup final

TD Lubas, Józef (IA)
Rated11223344556677ScoreWinsSBRGPlace
1UKR940981SIMKoshmak, Iurii2481½.........1.1.510.25101
2SWE451400CCMBlock, Benjamin2327I.½..........0.500.75112
3HUN230665IMCsiba, Tibor2463............000123
4SWE451632 Lasaki, Hamed Imani2423P............000123
5USA515808IMMuljadi, Paul2526............000123
6PHI896100CCMSinsuat, Datuali2342I............000123
7GER86104CCMFuchs, Jörg2401.0..........000117

XI = ICCF standard chess rating
XP = provisional
Latest results from 1/10/2023 are displayed in red.

Not yet started: 0, Ongoing: 40, Adjudication pending: 0, Finished: 2

Additional tie-breaking procedure:
If a tie persists after the standard tie-breaking procedures (double round robin event: number of wins, then Sonneborn-Berger, then direct encounter among tied players), then the order is decided by the lower rating (fixed or unfixed) for chess 960 at the end of the tournament. If the tie still remains, the order is determined by the lower rating (fixed or unfixed) in previous ranting lists until broken. If players are still tied after all relevant tie-breaking procedures have been used, the players will be considered equal.

An ICCF rating (and only then FIDE rating if there is no ICCF rating) will be considered equivalent to an unfixed rating, where applicable.

Prizes:
-In the final cash prizes of 400 EUR, 250 EUR and 150 EUR will be awarded to the top 3 players. Tie-breaks will not be applied in respect of these cash prizes and instead those players scoring equal points will equally share any prize money due.
-Also, in the final occasional medals and certificates will be awarded to the top 3 players (tie-break applies).

Qualifications:
-The following special qualification provisions can be achieved in the 70th ICCF Jubilee Chess 960 World Cup final (required result above 50%):
--the winner (tie-break applies) will gain the SIM title;
--the winner (tie-break applies) will qualify for a World Championship final;
--players from places 2-3 (tie-break applies) will qualify for a World Championship Candidates (upon payment of the entry fee);
--players from places 4-9 (tie-break applies) will qualify for a World Championship semi-final (upon payment of the entry fee).

This is a server event.
This is a chess 960 event. Starting positions are randomized for each pairing.
The start date was 8/15/2022.
The end date is 1/15/2025.
ICCF standard time control of 30 days, followed by 1 moves in 3 days with duplication after 20 days is used.
If a player exceeds allowed thinking time in any way, the player will automatically be scored with a loss. Under some circumstances all of the player’s games will subsequently be cancelled (if not already rated).
45 days of leave per year are available to each player.
There is no special leave in this event.
Linear conditionals can be entered.
This tournament allows claims based on the seven piece tablebase.
Draw offers are restricted to one offer per player every 10 moves (called the ten moves draw rule).
Ties are broken by the Baumbach tie breaking rule (see ICCF rule 1.3.4.2).
If needed, adjudicators will be selected by the server.
Other participants can see the games live after 10 games are finished in the event. Live transmission is delayed by 5 moves.
The public can see the games live after 10 games are finished in the event. Live transmission is delayed by 5 moves.
This event is organized by Wojnar, Mariusz.

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