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Questions about FIDE, the international governing body of chess.

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What would it take for the club to be recognized by FIDE? FIDE does not recognize chess clubs (except perhaps maybe for club world cup competitions?). Depending on your country, your national … chess federation (NCF) will likely need to recognize your club to allow you to participate in national team tournaments. I would like to give the members FIDE ratings FIDE gives the ratings to …
answered Dec 1 '14 by JiK
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The closest thing which I could find in the FIDE Laws of Chess is 12.3 a. During play the players are forbidden to make use of any notes, sources of information or advice, or analyse on another …
answered Apr 2 '14 by JiK
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It is important to realize that chess is a zero-sum game*. In other words, everything that gives advantage to one player gives an equal disadvantage to the other player. So if adding 2 minutes to your …
answered Jul 8 '14 by JiK
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Due to funding and other problems with FIDE, the world championship schedule has been changed many times during past few years. TLDR: After the title reunification match in 2006, there was a … tournament in 2007, followed by matches in every two years, starting from 2008. The 2013 match was an exception. The match in 2006 was the reunification match between the FIDE world champion (decided in …
answered Nov 25 '14 by JiK