International competition in draughts-64 “Jogeva-2017” will be held from 1 August to 6 August 2017 in Jogeva, Estonia. Detailed information about the tournament you can see on the website of Jõgeva Draughts Club www.jogevakabeklubi.ee
Rules of the International competition in draughts-64 “Jogeva-2017”
1.Goals and objectives
Competition is held for promotion and development of draughts-64, implementation of IDF international titles, strengthening the friendly relations between draughts players of the countries – member of IDF.
2.Organization and leadership of the tournament
Tournament is organized and conducted Jogeva Draughts Club.
Main Arbiter is Ülar Poom (Jogeva), arbiter Villem Lyuis (Tallinn)
3.Time and place
Tournament is held from 1st August to 6th August 2017 in Jogeva, Estonia.
Venue: Jõgeva Sport Center “Vitrus” (Aya str. 40, Jogeva, Estonia).
Rapid is held 1st August, opening at 11.00.
Main tournament is held from 2 to 6 August. Opening is 2nd August at 10.00, closing 6th August at 14.00.
4.Participants, conditions and tournament regulations
Players, who declared until 9th July, are allowed participate.
For declared players: Rapid – 5 EUR, main tournament – 10 EUR. Grandmasters play without entry fee.
For not declared players: Rapid – 10 EUR, main tournament – 15 EUR
Tournament fee can be transferred to the bank account of Jõgeva Draughts Club:
Jõgeva Kabeklubi MTÜ; Address: Tähe 4-52, 48307 Jõgeva, Estonia
Bank: SEB Bank Address: Tornimäe 2, 15010 Tallinn, Estonia; Swift code: EEUHEE2X
IBAN account no: EE191010220122665012
Or, by agreement, may be paid to the credentials committee.
All expenses for travel, meals and accommodation are paid by participants or sending organizations.
For accommodation and visa support you need address to: [email protected]
There are held two overall tournaments in draughts-64 for men and women: Rapid and main tournament.
Rapid is held by Swiss system in 7 rounds with the draw of the initial moves and positions.
Competitions are held on the system of micro-matches from two games. The time control is 10’ to the end of the game + 2” per move for each participant in both games of micro-match.
Main tournament is held by Swiss system in 8 rounds with the draw of the initial moves and positions.
Competitions are held on the system of micro-matches from two games. The time control is 45’ to the end of the game + 30” per move for each participant in both games of micro-match.
Places of participants are determined in the overall standings, among women, players with rating below 2350 (EDF) or 2100 (IDF) and among veterans (60+).
5.Determination of the places
Determination of places and technical issues of the tournament will be fixed in the regulations before the start of the tournament on the spot.
The prize fund of Rapid is 250 EUR,
The prize fund of main tournament is 1250 EUR.
Prizes in overall standing:
1st place – 400 EUR
2nd place – 200 EUR
3rd place – 150 EUR
4th place – 100 EUR
5th place – 60 EUR
Prizes for players with rating below 2350 (ESF) or 2100 (FMJD):
1st place – 50 EUR
2nd place – 30 EUR
3rd place – 20 EUR
Prizes for women:
1st place – 100 EUR
2nd place – 60 EUR
Prizes for veterans (60 years and older):
1st place – 50 EUR
Prizes for youth (up to 18 years):
1st place – 30 EUR
Winners awarded also diplomas and non-cash prizes.
All not specified in these rules and regulations of the tournament positions provides by main arbiter and the Board of Jogeva Draughts Club.
Detailed information about the tournament you can see on the website of Jõgeva Draughts Club www.jogevakabeklubi.ee
President of the Board
of Jõgeva Draughts Club