SA Championship Playoffs

Updated May 17th, 2019

Congratulations to Kyle Leaver, who is the 2019 State Champion, after winning the second play-off match against FM Bill Jordan!
Amazingly, Kyle’s win means that in the past 9 Championships, we’ve had 9 separate champions!

FM Jordan, William_vs_Leaver, Kyle_2019.05.15


City of Adelaide Open 2018

Updated July 25th, 2018

When: 7:00 p.m start on consecutive Tuesdays, from 24st of July until the 18th of September
Venue: The Chess Centre of South Australia,
10 Ranelagh Street, Adelaide.
Entry Fee: $140 Adult, $110 Concession. Late entry fee +$20 (all entries after 11pm 23rd of July).
This tournament is open to all players.
Players who enter are expected to play all rounds..
Format: 9 Rounds, Swiss System. FIDE and ACF rated.
Time Control: Fischer system: 90 minutes + 30 seconds per move.
Prizes:
1st: $500
2nd: $300
3rd: $200
Rating Performance: $150
Contact: Enquiries and entries to tournaments@sachess.org.au.


South Australian Chess Championship 2018

January 28th, 2018

The SA Championship is a qualifying tournament for the $10,000 Sulik prize.

When: 7.00pm, Consecutive Tuesdays from the 6th of February to the 3rd of April 2018
Venue: The Chess Centre of South Australia,
10 Ranelagh Street, Adelaide.
Entry Fee: $150 general, $120 Concession, late entry fee $20 (after 11pm 5th of February)
Qualification limits apply.
Format: 9 Rounds, Swiss System. FIDE Rated.
Players are expected to play all rounds.
Time Control: Fischer – 90 Minutes + 30 Seconds a move
Prizes:
1st: $750
2nd: $350
3rd: $150


South Australian Candidates Tournament 2018

January 28th, 2018

When: 7.00pm, Consecutive Tuesdays from the 6th of February to the 3rd of April 2018
Venue: The Chess Centre of South Australia,
10 Ranelagh Street, Adelaide.
Entry Fee: $130 general, $110 Concession, late entry fee $20 (all entries after 11pm 5th of February)
The Candidates tournament is open to all players.
Format: 9 Rounds, Swiss System. FIDE Rated.
Time Control: Fischer – 90 Minutes + 30 Seconds a move
 
In addition to prizes, the winner of the Candidates tournament qualifies for the 2018 SA Championship tournament.