FIDE World Seniors

World Seniors 2019, Bucharest, November 11-24, Romania

Federatia Romana de Sah
World Chess Federation - FIDE

Further to the recent FIDE decision to increase prizes for the individual world championships for seniors by 30.000 Euro to a total of 46.000 Euro.


FIDE abolishes the entry fee of 70 Euro for the World Senior Championship (0)

For the participants who already paid the entry fee, the organizers will balance the 70 Euro with the rest of the due amount for accommodation. For the players with personal rights who already paid

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46000 eur total prize fund! (2)

Total prize fund of the Championships is 46,000 Euro, further to the FIDE decision to increase the prizes by 30,000 Euro.   RANK OPEN 50+ OPEN 65+ WOMAN 50+ WOMAN 65+ 1 4.000 4.000 2.000 2.000 2 3.200 3.200 1.600 1.600 3 2.400 2.400 1.200 1.200 4 1.800 1.800 900 900 5 1.400 1.400 700 700 6 1.100 1.100 7 900 900 8 800 800 9 600 600 10 400 400     More information

Venue (0)

Rin Grand Hotel - Bucharest Romania Tournament Hall

List of players updated twice a week (0)

Please see the lists with players who completed registration.   Click here for +50 OPEN   Click here for +65 OPEN

Special discounts (0)

Turkish Airlines is the official airline of “World Seniors Chess Championship 2019” and special discounts are offered on certain booking classes. In order to proceed with the online booking tool for

Regulations of the Championship (0)

Click here for General Regulations

Palace of the Parliament (0)

Palace of the Parliament Palatul Parlamentului The Palace of the Parliament in April 2018, Bucharest, Romania Location within Romania Former names "House of the Republic" Alternative names "The People's House" General information Architectural style Totalitarian, neoclassical Address Calea 13 Septembrie 1, Sector 5 Town or

Rin Grand Hotel (0)

Accommodation for WORLD SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 official site of the Rin Grand Hotel

Arch of Triumph (0)

Arcul de Triumf is a triumphal arch located in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road. The first, wooden, triumphal arch was built hurriedly, after Romania gained its independence (1878), so that the victorious troops could march under

Bucharest – Romania (0)

History Main articles: History of Bucharest and Timeline of Bucharest Bucharest's history alternated periods of development and decline from the early settlements in antiquity until its consolidation as the national capital of Romania late in the 19th

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