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 Latest News : Harikrishnan Achieved his first IM norm in Kolkatta Open Chess TournamentImportant Regulations to be noted by all players / organizers / Arbiters / all Stake holders. Please see below communication received from FIDE. From 01st April, 2015, all players registered after 31 March, 2015 should have an email id. Hence all organizers and arbiters to kindly note that tournaments without email id for newly registered players will not be rated.As per Government of India guidelines / rules, players with PIO / OCI documents cannot play for India. As a result, AICF had taken a decision that these players cannot participate in any selection tournaments like district selection / State selection and National Championship which ultimately lead to the selection of the Indian National team
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Harikrishnan Achieved his first IM norm in Kolkatta Open Chess Tournament
Important Regulations to be noted by all players / organizers / Arbiters / all Stake holders. Please see below communication received from FIDE. From 01st April, 2015, all players registered after 31 March, 2015 should have an email id. Hence all organizers and arbiters to kindly note that tournaments without email id for newly registered players will not be rated.
As per Government of India guidelines / rules, players with PIO / OCI documents cannot play for India. As a result, AICF had taken a decision that these players cannot participate in any selection tournaments like district selection / State selection and National Championship which ultimately lead to the selection of the Indian National team
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Calendar of Events
From : 12-Apr-2015 - To : 12-Apr-2015
1st DICE Children Rapid Chess Tournament
Location : Adyar, Chennai

 From : 16-Apr-2015 - To : 19-Apr-2015
1st Physically Disabled National Individual Championship
Location : Trichy

 From : 18-Apr-2015 - To : 19-Apr-2015
District Selection for State Senior men and Women of Chennai District (Open for TN Player)
Location : Chennai

 From : 25-Apr-2015 - To : 29-Apr-2015
National Rapid & Blitz Chess Championship
Location : Sector-20, Rourkela,
India.

 From : 25-Apr-2015 - To : 26-Apr-2015
Prathyusha State Level Children Chess Tmt
Location : Prathyusha Inst. of Tech & Management,
Tiruvallur Dist-602025

 From : 29-Apr-2015 - To : 30-Apr-2015
6th KCM International Open FIDE Rated Tmt
Location : P C Kalyana Mandapam , Ganapathy,
Coimbatore-6

 From : 01-May-2015 - To : 06-May-2015
TN State Open Chess Championship
Location : TRP ENGINEERING COLLEGE (SRM GROUP),
Trichy-Chennai Highways, Near Samayapuram, Trichy

 From : 06-May-2015 - To : 10-May-2015
3rd KPK Open FIDE Rating Chess Tmt
Location : Sri Kamatchiamman Kalyana Mandapam, (Near Old Bus Stand),
Tirupur.

 From : 07-May-2015 - To : 11-May-2015
TN State Women Championship
Location : Triuvarur

 From : 24-May-2015 - To : 25-May-2015
TN State Under-11 Boys and Girls
Location : Nagapattinam

 
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Anand's Advice to All Chess Playing Children and their Parents and Coaches
I think Children should be allowed to enjoy the game. Parents and Coaches can provide the ideal environment for a child to play Chess. Titles and Awards is a nice incentive but should not be the only one. I get parents had children asking me for 10 tips to become Viswanathan Anand. I think there is only one. Enjoy the game without any pressures and learn the game through curiosity and interest. The results, whatever they are, will satisfy you. Even at the highest levels, chess has to be played with passion otherwise you pay for it dearly. This passion only comes when i play happily.
V. Anand, World Chess Champion
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