ACF Newsletter Sept. 2023
September 10, 2023 by Kerry Corker
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No. 621 – 9 September 2023
Editors: Keong Ang & Miles Patterson
Usually Published in the Second Week of Each Month
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Editorialby Miles Patterson
Welcome to the September 2023 ACF Newsletter. Many thanks to all the contributors for this issue. More articles – on any aspect of Australian chess – and regular contributions from all states of results and event notices will always be welcome.
2023 AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVE INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR CHESS TOURNAMENTS
The ACF Official 2023 Australian Representative International Junior Chess Tournaments Register is available at:
Any inquiries can be sent to Australian Junior Chess Coordinator, Henry Slater-Jones, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Junior and World Girls’ Championships Mexico City 20 September to 2 October 2023
Australia’s nominated representative in the Girls’ Championship is Jody Middleton (Vic).
In the Open Championship, the ACF-nominee is Cameron McGowan (NSW). Also contesting the Open Championship is Albert Winkelman (ACT)
(The Australian representatives for the World Junior Chess Championships have created a GoFundMe to help in their upcoming trip this competition: Fundraiser by World Junior Chess Championships Australian Team : World Junior Chess Championships 2023 Aus Team (gofundme.com) – Ed)
2023 World Junior Rapid & Blitz Championships – Sardinia, Italy – 9-16 October
World Junior Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships – FIDE Chess Championships (juniorrapidandblitz2023.com)
fide.com/docs/regulations/FIDE WORLD JUNIOR RAPID AND BLITZ CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS.pdf
World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Championships 2023, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, 14-27 October
World Youth U14, U16, U18 Championships 2023 Montesilvano, Italy 12-25 November
Asian Youth Chess Championships 2023, TBA, China, 13-23 December
Regulations and closing date TBA
2023 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIPS
To be held at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, SA, on the first weekend of December – 2nd and 3rd December 2023.
2023 AUSTRALIAN ALLEGRO CHAMPIONSHIP
To be held at Glenelg, SA, on Boxing Day – 26th December 2023
2024 AUSTRALIAN CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
Tuesday 2nd January – Thursday 11th January 2024
An 11-round event – 2 double-round days – Wednesday 3rd and Friday 5th January 2024 with the National Conference on Saturday 6th January 2024.
To be played at Glenunga International High School, 99 L’Estrange St, Glenunga SA 5064.
2024 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
To be held at Glenunga International High School, 99 L’Estrange St, Glenunga SA 5064 from Saturday 13th through to Sunday 21st January 2024.
FIDE ID NUMBER REGISTRATION
FIDE has issued a warning that they will not accept tournaments for FIDE rating where those tournaments contain players who do not have FIDE ID numbers. Although new Australian players can be registered by the ACF FIDE Ratings Officer, this does not apply to new players from overseas. Therefore, organisers should not immediately accept the entries of overseas players who lack FIDE ID numbers to FIDE rated tournaments; instead, those players should be required to first obtain a FIDE ID from their own national federation.
Tournaments submitted that include foreign players who do not have ID numbers end up not being FIDE rated.
Organisers need to confirm prior to the start of the tournament that all players without a FIDE ID number are either Australian citizens or have a permanent residency visa.
Players without ID numbers should only be submitted as Australian if they are citizens or are a permanent residency visa holder; if a player is registered under the wrong country they may incur transfer costs later. For further information/clarification contact the ACF FIDE Ratings Officer Bill Gletsos via email@example.com
The following ACF Council-appointed positions are vacant. Councillors and others wishing to inquire or register interest in appointment to one or more of these positions are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0409 525 963 at any time.
Advertising Manager. It has been suggested that, ideally, the appointee would be a person with an interest in coordinating advertising in both the ACF newsletter and website, and at or in connection with ACF championships, the Grand Prix and other major ACF events.
Assistant Secretary. This position and the currently filled position of Assistant Treasurer were created to provide opportunities for younger administrators to experience the joys of chess administration at national level.
Archives Director. Generally, the Archives Director would be expected to gather, maintain and build a repository of records and documents that might be of historical interest or value, or which might help in confirming the organisation’s status or credibility for a variety of purposes.
Trophies Officer. Responsibilities relating to trophies and other mementos to be presented in connection with ACF Championships and other events.
ACF FUNDING SUPPORT PROGRAM
The application deadline for activities commencing between 1 March 2024 and 31 August 2024 is 31 December 2023. Application forms and related information are available on request to email@example.com.
News from the States / Territories
Australian Capital Territory
Australian Capital Territory Chess Association Inc (ACTCA)
2023 ACT Interschool Chess
By Shaun Press
The 2023 ACT Interschool Chess tournaments attracted record numbers across almost all events. The series consisted of 6 zone events (in the Primary and Secondary Open categories) and 4 finals. The winners of each event were
2023 Girls Secondary Final (53 players) – Lyneham HS
2023 Girls Primary Final (102 players) – Gold Creek Primary
2023 Gungahlin/North Canberra Zone (85 players) – Gold Creek Primary
2023 Belconnen Zone (66 players) – Kaleen Primary
2023 Central Canberra/Woden/Weston Zone (88 players) – Red Hill Primary
2023 Tuggeranong Zone (102 players) – St Anthony’s Primary
2023 South Canberra Secondary Zone (91 players) – Canberra Grammar
2023 North Canberra Secondary Zone (170 players) – Radford College
2023 Primary Final (112 players) – Majura Primary
2023 Secondary Final (104 players) – Radford College
The top teams from each of the finals qualify for the ACT selection playoffs for the 2023 Australian Schools Teams Championship, which will be held in Adelaide in December. The format of the playoff is 4-board matches between teams, played with a time limit of 60m+10s *the same time control used at the national finals). Teams that finish in the top 6 of their respective finals can nominate for the selection playoff. Apart from the winning teams, other teams nominating require 2 ACF rated players on their team.
The playoffs will be held early in term 4 across a weekend at Campbell High School.
Full results from each of the inter school events can be found at https://actjcl.org.au/calendar.php
2023 ACT Women’s and Girls’ Chess Championship – 10 September
7 rounds, 15m+ 5s per game. Rated by the Australian Chess Federation (Quickplay List)
Schedule: Sunday 10th September – Check-in 9.30am Round 1 10am Round 2 10:45am Round 3 11:30am Round 4 12:15am
Lunch Break 1pm-1:30pm
Round 5 1:30pm Round 6 2:15 pm Round 7 3pm Prize Giving 3:45pm
Prizes – 1st $250 2nd $125 3rd $75 Trophies for 1st, 2nd, 3rd + Medals for U14, U12, and U10
Max. two half-point byes available for Rounds 1-4.
Entry fee $20 Adults, $10 Junior. WGM, WIM, WFM and WCM Free.
+ Novices event for unrated players – Free entry with medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd (Same schedule as Championship)
Entries close Saturday 5pm 9 Sept.
Register at: 2023 ACT Women’s and Girls Chess Championship Tickets, Campbell High School, Campbell | TryBooking Australia
New South Wales
New South Wales Chess Association Inc (NSWCA)
Ryde Eastwood Open 30 September to 2 October.
Details at www.nswca.org.au
Rooty Hill Open Championships 3 October – 28 November 2023
2023 Rooty Hill Open Chess Championships – Rooty Hill Chess Club
NSW Seniors Championship (Over 50s) 21-22 October at Norths
Gosford Open 28-29 October.
(The Chatswood Checkmate Rapid has been deferred until next year)
Northern Territory Queensland
Chess Association of Queensland Inc (CAQ)
Arianne Caoili Memorial Weekender – 2-3 September
Grandmasters Zong-Juan Zhao and David Smerdon shared first prize on 5.5/6.
Results and other prizes: 2023 Arianne Caoili Memorial Weekender (Sept 2nd & 3rd) – Page 3 (chesschat.org)
Leo Wilkinson Memorial – 23-24 September
Grace Lutheran College – Rothwell Campus, Anzac Ave &, Mewes Rd, Rothwell QLD 4022, Australia
A 6 round FIDE, ACF and QJ rated Swiss tournament – time control of 60 minutes plus 30 seconds per move from move 1 – Prize pool = $2,650.00
FIDE, ACF & QJ rated 2023 LEO WILKINSON MEMORIAL ROTHWELL SAT SEPT 23 & SUN SEPT 24.odt (caq.org.au)
South Australian Chess Association Inc (SACA)
August Booster Sunday August 13
1st FM Tobias Schmidt (GER) 5/5; 2nd Edgar Mdinaradze 3.5. 11 entries
Full results: August Booster 2023 Results | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
August Blitz Thursday August 17
1st FM Tobias Schmidt (GER) 14/15; 2nd Kyle Leaver 13; 3rd Aaron Perkins 11. 16 entries
Full results: August Blitz 2023 Results | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
August Allegro #2 Thursday August 24
=1st Kyle Leaver, FM Tobias Schmidt (GER) 4/5; 2nd FM Simon Bibby (JPN) 3.5. 12 entries
Full results: August Allegro #2 2023 Results | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
SA Rapid Chess Championship 2023 Sunday August 28,
August Variant Thursday August 31
September Booster Sunday September 10, 1.30pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide, 5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 15 minutes plus 2-second increments
Details: September Booster 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
September Allegro #1 Thursday September 14, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide, 5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 10 minutes plus 2-second increments
Details: September Allegro #1 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
Thursday September 21, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide
11 Rounds, Swiss System or Round Robin
Time Control: 3 minutes plus 2-second increments
Details: September Blitz 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
September Allegro #2
Thursday September 28, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide
5 Rounds, Swiss System
Time Control: 10 minutes plus 2-second increments
Details: September Allegro #2 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
Hosworth Foundation Grand Prix and High Flyers 30th September to 2nd October
October Rapid 2023
Thursday October 5, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide
5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 20 minutes plus 2-second increments
Details: October Rapid 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
October Allegro #1 2023 Thursday October 12, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide. 5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 10 minutes plus 2-second increments.
Details: October Allegro #1 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
October Booster 2023 Sunday October 15, 1.30pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide. 5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 15 minutes plus 2-second increments.
Details: October Booster 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
October Blitz 2023 Thursday October 19, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide
11 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 3 minutes plus 2-second increments.
Details: October Blitz 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
October Allegro #2 2023 Thursday October 26, 7pm at Chess Centre, Adelaide. 5 Rounds, Swiss System, Time Control: 10 minutes plus 2-second increments.
Details: October Allegro #2 2023 | South Australian Chess Association (sachess.org.au)
Australian Chess Championships – Adelaide 2024 – Schedules
To be played at Glenunga International High School, 99 L’Estrange St, Glenunga SA 5064 www.gihs.sa.edu.au
Conducted by the SA Chess Association Inc and the SA Junior Chess League Inc
2024 Australian Chess Championship and Reserves Championship
Tuesday 2nd January 2024 – Thursday 11th January 2024
An 11-round event with two double-round days on Wednesday 3rd and Friday 5th January 2024.
An Allegro Tournament will be held on Saturday 6th January in the morning and the Australian Blitz Championship in the afternoon.
Two Classic events will also take place for players rated Under 1800 – a 6-round 4-day event before the rest day and a 5-round 5-day event after the rest day.
2024 Australian Junior Chess Championships
12 different events – two go for the full 9 days, six for 5 days, four for 3 days – 1 rest day
Tuesday 16th January is a Rest Day plus lightning & Problem Solving
U18 Open & U16 Open Sat 13/1/24 – Sunday 21/1/24
U14 Open & U12 Open Wed 17/1/24 – Sunday 21/1/24
U10 Open & U8 Open Sat 13/1/24 – Monday 15/1/24
U18 Girls & U16 Girls Wed 17/1/24 – Sunday 21/1/24
U14 Girls & U12 Girls Wed 17/1/24 – Sunday 21/1/24
U10 Girls & U8 Girls Fri 19/1/24 – Sunday 21/1/24
Registration and Accommodation
Accommodation at discounted rates, and irrespective of the length of stay, will be available from select local venues. Registration is now open to the Australian Chess Championships 2024 and the Australian Junior Championships 2024. Full event details are now available on the events’ websites at:
Tasmanian Chess Association Inc (TCA)
Tasmanian Rapid Championship
1st: Will Rumley 6.5/7
2nd/3rd: Fabian Ivancic, Wynand Pretorius
Ratings Prize: Tony Popeil
Junior prize: Yung-Shin Wells, Thomas Hartwell, Jonty Oud
Biggest upset prize (by player not otherwise getting a prize): Travis Liddell
Top Female: Anya Song
Tasmanian Lightning Championship
1st: Zacharias Lim 9/9
2023 Tasmanian Junior Chess Championships
Sacred Heart College; 2 Cross Street, New Town on the weekend of 23rd and 24th of September.
Tasmanian Junior Chess Championships – Black Square Chess
Chess Interschool State Finals
Scotch Oakburn College on Monday 30th October 2023
Interschool Tournaments – Black Square Chess
Huon Valley Chess Festival 4 and 5 November 2023 (with over $10,000.00 in prize money).
Huon Valley Chess
Chess Victoria Inc (CV)
2023 MCC Greg Hjorth Open – 3-7 November, Melbourne
Annual Weekender held in honour of the late IM Greg Hjorth, Melbourne Chess Club Champion and Australian Chess Olympian.
2023 MCC Greg Hjorth Open | Australian Chess Federation Inc. (auschess.org.au)
Chess Association of Western Australia Inc (CAWA)
2023 Willetton Open 19-20 August
1st place went to Tim Hare with 5.5 out of 6.
2nd place was won by Hui Huang.
U/1800 rating division Gary Donaldson with 4 out of 6.
1st Under 1550 went to Ashvin Balavignan, equal 4th in the overall standings and equal second in this division was shared between Eric Deng and Angus Chen.
In the under 1550 rating division there was a three way division of the prizes going to Shiju Thomas, Kobe Wu and Akash Ashok all finishing on 3 out of 6.
8 Oct CAWA Spring Allegro
15 Oct WA State Junior Allegro
New Zealand Chess News (newzealandchess.nz)
- 12 August Kapiti Junior Chess Championship 2023
1st Open: Ryan Winter
1st Secondary: Luke Chang
1st Intermediate: Timothy Wang
1st Primary: Mark Wu
- 13 August Summit Rookies August 2023
1st equal Open: Huankai (Eden) Xu
1st equal Open: Buthsara Hettiarachchi
1st equal Open: Markis Tew Yao Zen
1st equal Open: Ilias Angelo (Leo) Baker
1st equal Open: Naser Tamimi
1st equal Open: Junqing Jerome Tao
1st Under 1000: Artem E Egorovtsev
- 24-27 August NZ Senior Championship 2023
1st (NZ Seniors Champion): FM Ben Hague
2nd equal (Joint NZ Veterans Champion): Anthony L Carpinter
2nd equal (Joint NZ Veterans Champion): Gordon Morrell
- 26-27 August Auckland Chess Weekend August 2023
1st: Ilias Angelo (Leo) Baker
- 2-3 September Canterbury Junior Chess Championships 2023
1st Open: Bill Li
1st Under 14: Corby Allison
1st Under 12: Shihiran Samarawickrama
1st Under 10: Richard Jingjie Liu
- 3 September Otago Spring Rapid 2023
1st equal: Olefsandr Nedyhalov
1st equal: Quentin J F Johnson
1st equal: Atlas Kerr
1st equal: Benedict Suazo
- 10 September Summit Rookies September 2023
- 16 September NZ Fischer-Random Championship 2023
- 23-24 September Auckland Chess Weekend September 2023
- 23-24 September NZCF National Interschools Finals 2023
- 25-28 September NZ Women’s Championship 2023
- 27 September – 1 October South Island Championships 2023
- 7 October Taranaki Rapid Tournament 2023
- 15 October Summit Rookies October 2023
- 21-23 October Merv Morrison Memorial 2023
- 11-12 November Auckland Chess Weekend November 2023
- 12 November Summit (North Island) Rapid Championships 2023
- 2-3 December Papatoetoe Rapid 2023
- 3 December Otago Summer Rapid 2023
- 10 December Summit Rookies December 2023
- 2-12 January NZ Chess Congress 2024
Australia at the World Youth U16 Olympiad
By Paul Power, Australian Chess Federation
Australia rose to the challenge at the World Youth U16 Olympiad, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 13-18 August.
Thrown in at the deep end in round 1, paired with #1 ranked Kazakhstan, Australia 1 drew the top three boards, losing only on board 4.
Initially ranked 33 of 63 teams, Australia 1 finished 28th, with four match wins, one tie and four match losses. Australia 2 held their initial ranking position to finish 44th.
China won Gold, with eight match wins and one tie, ahead of Turkiye, Greece and Kazakhstan.
Playing for Australia 1 were Rebo Fu, Yifei Hu, Chao Xin Cheng and Rui Gen Teh. Australia 2 were Chloe Fan, Iker Hernandez Mendez, Randheer Thogata and Om O’Carroll. Team Captain was Grandmaster and former Australian Champion Zong-Yuan Zhao.
Playing board 1 for Australia 1, in Round 1, Rebo Fu was paired against #4 ranked player in the event, Kazakhstan’s Aldiyar Ansat.
White still maintained an edge after 21. c4
but, instead, played 22. Nxd7
The alternative 36. Rcc2 Rg6 37. Qxh5 Rf6 leaves White with a slight edge heading into the ending, but the R+P endgame would be difficult to convert into a win.
Asian Seniors Chess Championship 14-22 October 2023, Tagaytay City, Philippines
Asian Seniors 50+ & 65+ Chess Championship (fide.com)
Study of the Month
White to play and win.
Solution at the end of the newsletter.
Laws of Chess
FIDE Laws of Chess with effect 1 January 2023
World Chess Federation (FIDE)
Asian Chess Federation
ASEAN Chess Confederation
Commonwealth Chess Association
European Chess Union
Oceania Chess Confederation
State & Territory Associations
Australian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory Chess Association Inc (ACTCA)
New South Wales New South Wales Chess Association Inc (NSWCA)
Queensland Chess Association of Queensland Inc (CAQ)
South Australia South Australian Chess Association Inc (SACA)
Tasmania Tasmanian Chess Association Inc (TCA)
Victoria Chess Victoria Inc (CV)
Western Australia Chess Association of Western Australia Inc (CAWA)
Chess960 Position Generators
Newspaper columns archived
West Australian David Ellis
OzBase Paul Dunn
VirtualPieces Peter Wong
Australian Chess Enterprises Richmond NSW
Australian Chess Supplies Online Chess Shop
Canberra Academy of Chess Phillip ACT
Chess Australia South Yarra Vic
Chess School SA Salisbury SA
Chess Store Australia Burleigh Heads Qld
Chess World Ormond Vic
Gambit Chess Supplies Harrington Park NSW
Gardiner Chess Mudgeeraba Qld
Knights & Bytes Hindmarsh SA
Lakner Chess Perth SA
Northern Star Chess Balwyn North Vic
Sydney Academy of Chess Burwood NSW
Total Chess Perth WA
Australian Capital Territory
Australian Capital Territory Chess Association Inc (ACTCA)
For details and links of NSW chess clubs, see: NSW Chess Association (nswca.org.au) chess clubs
Bathurst Community Chess Club Inc.
Cabra-Vale Diggers Chess Club – Canley Vale
Canterbury Bulldogs – Lakemba
Central Coast Leagues (aka Gosford)
Circular Quay Chess Club
Coffs Harbour Chess Club
Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club – Lidcombe
Harbord Diggers – Freshwater
Knightclub – Marrickville
Moree Chess Club
Newcastle District Chess Association
Norths (Chatswood) – Cammeray
NSW Junior Chess League (for players Under 18)
Optus Yes Chess Club – Macquarie Park
Orange NSW – Colour City Chess Club
Parramatta Chess Club
Penrith RSL Chess Club
Richmond Club Chess Club
Rooty Hill RSL
Ryde Eastwood – Rest Ryde
South Sydney Juniors Chess Club – Kingsford
St George -Kogarah
Sydney Academy of Chess – Burwood
Sydney Chess Club – Burwood
Tamworth Chess Club
University of NSW – Kensington
University of Sydney
UTS Chess Club – Ultimo
Wagga Chess Club
Wollongong Chess Club
Auckland Chess Association
Auckland Chess Centre
Canterbury Chess Club
Hamilton Chess Club
Hawkes Bay Chess
Howick Pakuranga Chess Club
Kapiti Chess Club
Mount Maunganui RSA Chess Club
North Shore Chess Club
Otago Chess Club
Papatoetoe Chess Club
Summit Chess Club
Tauranga RSA Chess Club
Waitakere Chess Club
Wellington Chess Club
Northern Territory Chess Association
Albany Chess Club e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bassendean Chess Club
Bunbury Chess Club
Eagleby Chess Club
Metropolitan Chess Club
Perth Chess Club
Rockingham City Chess Connection e-mail: email@example.com
South Perth Senior Citizens Social Chess Club Tel: 9367 9880
Southern Suburbs Chess Club (Facebook page)
UWA Chess Association (Facebook page)
Loftus Centre Social Chess
Crobs Coffee and Chess (Facebook page)
ACF PersonnelThe Australian Chess Federation is an incorporated association (number A 01325) under the Associations Incorporation Act 1991 of the ACT. It is the governing chess organisation in Australia and is affiliated to FIDE (the Fédération Internationale des Échecs).
State Asssociation Delegates
NSWCA Delegate: Richard Gastineau-Hills firstname.lastname@example.org
CV Delegate: Leonid Sandler email@example.com
CAQ Delegate: Doug Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
SACA Delegate: Misheck Muza email@example.com
TCA Delegate: Tom Saltmarsh firstname.lastname@example.org
ACTCA Delegate: Cam Cunningham email@example.com
CAWA Delegate: Andrew Hardegen firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Gary Wastell email@example.com
Deputy President: Bill Gletsos firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President: Kevin Bonham email@example.com
Vice-President: Hughston Parle firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Rob Watson email@example.com
Treasurer: Bob Keast firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Secretary: Vacant
Assistant Treasurer: Mishek Muza email@example.com
Auditor: Ross Hamilton firstname.lastname@example.org
Equipment Coordinator: Bob Keast email@example.com
FIDE Delegate & Admin Officer: Dr. Kevin Bonham firstname.lastname@example.org
FIDE Ratings Officer: Bill Gletsos email@example.com
Junior Chess Coordinator: Henry Slater-Jones firstname.lastname@example.org
Medals & Awards Convenor: Gary Wastell email@example.com
National Ratings Officer: Bill Gletsos firstname.lastname@example.org
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Newsletter Editor: Keong Ang firstname.lastname@example.org
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