Indian independent day : 2015 (world cup) Standard Chess
After 200 years of slavery of British life full of many heroes of the great ones, and several heroic sacrifices since August 15, 1947, India was free. This day is celebrated as the Day of Independence in India.
- This is a knockout tournament.
- The primary and tiebreak games are assigned at random and hidden until both are completed.
- This is a public mini-tournament, which means that it is open to all players meeting any criteria listed here.
- All games will be played under Standard Chess rules.
- The time control is 'Standard' (30 days + 1 day/move, max 45 days).
- Games will be public.
- This mini-tournament was started by Ramesh Panwar.
- Games will be started before the closing date, as new players join the tournament.