Chess Men's Singles :: Round 1 - Fixtures & Point Table
Jeeth Vs Renjish
1. Renjish Vs Jayaprakash
2. Rajeev Vs Jeeth
1. Jeeth Vs Kiran
2. Jeeth Vs Renjish
3. Jayaprakash Vs Jeeth
4. Kiran Vs Renjish
5. Jeeth Vs Rajeev
6. Renjish Vs Jayaprakash
7. Renjish Vs Rajeev
8. Rajeev Vs Kiran
9. Rajeev Vs Jayaprakash
10. Jayaprakash Vs Kiran
Chess - Rules
- Top 4 from the pool will proceed to semi-finals.
- In case of any tie to determine the top 4, we will check for the results of the matches between the deadlocked competitors.
- If the above condition still fails to break the tie, tie breaker match(es) will be introduced.
- If we have clear top 4 and only doubt is regarding the ranking of top 4 then tied ranking will be decided on a toss.
Below rules are related to a match being drawn.
a. The game is drawn when the player to move has no legal move and his king is not in check. The game is said to end in ‘stalemate’.
b. The game is drawn when a position has arisen in which neither player can checkmate the opponent’s king with any series of legal moves. The game is said to end in a ‘dead position’.
c. The game is drawn upon agreement between the two players during the game. This immediately ends the game.
d. The game may be drawn if an identical position is about to appear or has appeared on the chessboard at least three times.
e. The game may be drawn if each player has made at least the last 50 moves without the movement of any pawn and without any capture.