September 6th 16:00-18:00 and 19:00-21:00 JST (GMT+9)
September 12h 16:00-19:00 and 20:00-22:00 JST (GMT+9)
September 13th 17:00-21:30 JST (GMT+9)
Japan Chess Federation
September 15th, 10:00-14:00 (GMT+2)
September 16th, 10:00-14:00 (GMT+2)
September 17th, 10:00-14:00 (GMT+2)
September 18th, 10:00-14:00 (GMT+2)
Friday 18 September 2020 (Session 1)
Saturday 19 September 2020 (Session 2)
Sunday 20 September 2020 (Session 3)
Friday 25 September 2020 (Session 4)
Saturday 26 September 2020 (Session 5)
Sunday 27 September 2020 (Exam)
Exact session times not yet fixed but planned as follows: 4 hours per day (two 2-hour sessions). The exam on the 27th will be written online (google docs with a fixed time setter).
Day One – September 26th
a) The Role of the Arbiter. Laws of Chess (including Rapid and Blitz)
b) FIDE Competition Rules and standards of chess equipment
Day Two – September 27th
c) System of Games, tie breaks.
d) Swiss system and pairing rules.
Day Three – October 3rd
e) Regulations for the rating and the over‐the‐board titles.
f) Regulations for the titles of the Arbiters.
g) On line Arbiting
Day Four – October 4th
h) Anti‐cheating guidelines for Arbiters.
This 3rd webinar by the FIDE Arbiters’ Commission will focus on the selection of arbiters in FIDE Tournaments.
Following a request by the FIDE Council to explain the criteria for the selection of arbiters, Laurent Freyd, FIDE Arbiters’ Commission Chairman, and Nebojsa Baralic, FIDE Arbiters’ Commission Secretary, will try to give you a global overview on the topic “selections”:
- An analysis of the current regulations and practices
- A case study about the recent call of interest for the Chess Olympiad
- This will also be an opportunity to share a status on the transition to a more structured way of handling selections
Join us Live through the link below!
October 16th, 18:00-23:00 (Dubai time)
October 17th, 18:00-23:00 (Dubai time)
October 18th, 18:00-23:00 (Dubai time)
October 19th, 18:00-21:00 Examination time (Dubai time)