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5 - 20 October 2014 | Pune | India

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Rules and Regulations

  • The tournament will be played according to the Swiss System in 13 rounds. Only FIDE ratings will be used for the pairings.
  • The FIDE time control is 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from the the 1st move.
  • No draw offers are allowed before move 30. All other regulations apply as per FIDE Handbook, including zero default time (article 6.6.a of the Laws of Chess).
  • Tie-breaks:

    If two or more players are tied, the following tiebreaks will be used:
    a) Result of direct encounters between the tied players (applies only if all tied players have played each other)
    b) Buchholz Cut 1
    c) Buchholz
    d) The greater number of games played with black
    e) The greater number of wins
    Please refer the rules mentioned in FIDE Rules and Regulations Document
  • The winner of the 2014 World Junior Championship u20 (open/boys) receives the GM title. He also qualifies to the World Cup 2016, part of the World Championship Cycle 2015-2017.
  • The winner of the 2014 World Girl Junior Championship u20 receives the WGM title. She also qualifies to the World Women's Championship 2015.
  • The silver and bronze medalists of both categories (open/boys u20 and girls u20) receive the IM and WIM titles respectively.
  • GM and IM norms are also possible for the other players based on their performance and their opponent's titles/ratings as per FIDE Handbook requirements.
Eligibility Criteria (Only for Indian players)
  • Players born on or after 01st January, 1994 are eligible
  • FIDE Title Holder GMs / WGMs / IMs / WIMs / FMs / WFMs
  • Asian / World Youth Medalist (GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE)
  • Boys ELO Rating 2000 and above
  • Girls ELO Rating 1800 and above
Technical Points
  • Number of rounds: The Championship will be played in 13 rounds Swiss System
  • Rate of Play: 90 minutes for the 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for all remaining moves with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from move one
  • Arrival at the Board for the game: Zero tolerance will be followed

    • Any player who arrives at the chessboard after the start of the session shall lose the game
  • Draw Agreement: Players cannot agree to a draw, in less than 30 moves, without the consent of the arbiter

    • For three fold repetition before 30 moves, it has to be claimed from the arbiter
  • Players from same federation will not be paired in the final round

Appeals Committee


IA  M D Bhagwat  



GM Erwin Lámi



IM  LiWenliang




IA BajaraniIlgar  



FM Jorge Luis Pacheco Asmat


  • Mobile Phones

    • Mobile phones are not permitted inside the tournament hall
    • If a player keeps a mobile or electronic communicating device with him during the game, he will lose the game
  • Clock Setting

    • Clocks have been set without move control
    • 30 minutes of second time control will be automatically added, when one of the player's clock displays 0.00

Arrangement of pieces after the game

Do not rearrange the pieces to their original position, after the game is finished. Arbiter will take care of.

  • Analysis

    • Analysis is not allowed in the playing hall
    • There is a separate analysis room
    • During the game the players are not allowed to go to the analyzing room or to the press room.
    • As long as the game is in progress a player may talk only to an arbiter or to his opponent as permitted by the Laws of Chess.
    • Official website for Pairings:
  • Prize Money: Prize money will not be shared
  • Smoking: Smoking is permitted only in the designated area
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