Freestyle Chess

Where almost anything goes...


Mundial Chess

Posted by freestyle-chess on November 2, 2009 at 9:23 AM


The organizers of wish to address a statement to all its users and participants regarding two major changes to the 1st International Online Advanced Chess Tournament.


1 - The final modification of the tournament's start date, which is now scheduled for January 8, 2010. Whereupon the official registration period will remain open until January 3, 2010.


2 - An important change in the site for the final awards and special prizes for those classified in the top eight positions from each tournament. The organizers of are committed to the philosophy and main idea of this tournament, which is to take any player in the world (regardless of their level) closer to the best tournaments in the chess arena and to feel at 100% the play of those with the greatest strength and international prestige. A change of venue for said event has been inevitable.


For its 1st edition it was decided that the place and festival elected would be the VIII International Chess Festival in Benidorm (Gran Hotel Bali) which now and for reasons beyond our control, will not provide that environment, thus the festival or tournament in which that event will take place is currently being studied by the organizers of


All this will be announced and published in the coming days on our website, as well as in other media. Also, all registered users and players will receive the newsletter according to each news item.


Similarly, we confirm that the player who will face the lucky winners is the current number one on the FIDE ranking, Veselin Topalov.


Fees and promotions for all registered users remain intact. The full year access to the playing zone, as well as additional promotions (which are included with your registration), will be enacted after the tournament has ended. At the same time, users who want to try our play zone will have FREE access until the tournament's start date.


For more information or any enquiry you may have, please use our support ticket system





Sending spam (unsolicited commercial email) is not permitted through our network. The information contained in this email is confidential to, being for the exclusive use of the above target. The incorrect transmission of this message never supposed to surrender your privacy. If you read this message and the recipient is not identified or the employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the recipient, or have received this communication in error, we inform you that any disclosure is prohibited, distribution or reproduction of this communication, and we ask you to notify us and return the original message to the address above. This message is sent in accordance with new legislation on e-mail: by section 301, paragraph (a) (2) (C) of S.1618 under Decree S.1618 Title 3ro. 105 adopted by the congress of the international regulations on SPAM, this e-mail may not be considered as SPAM includes a form to be removed.

If you like to unsubscribe for this service click Here.

Categories: Tournament News

Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In


Reply santiago
6:47 PM on January 30, 2010 
que siga adelante este deporte ciencia y que esta pagina tambien sidede todo ga promobiendo a los a los ajedrecistas de tofo el mundo
Reply Rstchess
8:38 AM on March 13, 2010 
demagoguery can not do with chess. Neither advanced to chess, which will be the future of chess tournament as "Master of Leon" shows each year with its commitment to this game mode. advanced chess tournament must have a minimum of requirements to be considered first chess, and then advanced. Any organizer of such events should consider that chess is a game to ten minutes or fifteen minutes. In chess advanced mode where you can consult databases, use the chess engine timing is even more relevant factor. However, we must thank the organizers for their attractive Mundialchess tournament, but must reconsider their position on the timing if they want to be taken seriously by the community of advanced chess players. But will find that the Handicap tournaments, most participants will play for the money offered, but no players will be presented by the international community recognized chess. Maybe some outdated programmer who is in her professional debacle

Jorge Ruiz Centelles
Reply Sherrona
5:05 AM on April 4, 2010 
Great post guys I am glad I visited this site I will be sure to recommend my colleges to visit as well keep the good work going and I'm sure I will be back thanks.
Sherrona from mac file recovery
Comment marked as spam