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2018 Perth Chess Congress

A Scottish Chess Tour Event

Salutation Hotel - Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th February 2018

All Main Events: 5-Round Swiss tournaments played under the rules of Chess Scotland (CS)

Saturday Night Fun FIDE Open Blitz: 9 Rounds -

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FIDE Rated


U1900 & O1500

FIDE Rated


U1600 & O1200



Entry Fee£30 - (CS Mem.: £28)£30 - (CS Mem.: £28)£30 - (CS Mem.: £28)£30 - (CS Mem.: £28)
First Prize£150£150£150£150
Second Prize£100£100£100£100
Third Prize£50£50£50£50
Grading Prizes£30£30£30£30
Additional prizes may be added depending on entries.

Where places are tied, the prizes will be shared.


In determining which section to enter, players should use their start of season Chess Scotland grading, as published in the CS grading list, July 2017. Players wishing to play in a higher section and who have a live CS grade or FIDE grade at the 31st December 2017 which would be high enough to qualify may do so but should state the section they wish to play in at the time of entry. Players cannot play down a section based on live grades. Latest FIDE or national ratings will be used for non-CS rated players.

Seedings for Sections A and B will be determined by FIDE ratings. Where a player does not have a FIDE rating their national rating will be used.

For ECF rated players the conversion that will be applied is as per the CS Chief Grading Officers recommendation. ECF *10+180 = CS, so an ECF player rated 100 will convert to 1180 CS.


The organisers reserve the right to:
  • Increase or decrease prize money
  • Transfer entrants between events
  • Split or merge events depending on numbers
  • Withhold prizes from ungraded players if they play in events below their known strength
  • The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry without assigning a reason
  • Take any other measures deemed necessary to ensure the smooth running of the congress