The world’s best chess players are coming to Saskatoon to battle for supremacy on Friday, Feb. 23.
This will be the first tournament of the World Chess Championship, and will be played at the Regina Convention Centre.
The tournament is being held under the auspices of the International Chess Federation, which has sponsored the tournament since the mid-1990s.
This is the fourth edition of the tournament, which is sponsored by the Regina Chess Federation.
The games are played in a semi-pro format, with each player taking part in 10 rounds.
The first round of the semi-professional format is held on Friday Feb. 19.
The winner of that round advances to the second round, where the loser of that second round is eliminated.
The final round of that first round is played on Saturday Feb. 20, and the winner of the second-round match will play the winner from the winner’s match.
In the final round, each of the players takes on another semi-regular player.
The winners of the first two rounds of the final match are eliminated.
In that second-match match, the winner is eliminated and the loser takes on the loser.
The semi-final matches are played on Monday Feb. 21 and the final on Wednesday Feb. 22.
There will be no television coverage of the event, but CBC Saskatoon will provide coverage on Saskatoon Public Radio’s Sports Breakfast program, as well as on CBC Sask, Saskatoon’s English-language regional radio station.
The World Chess championship is a four-day event that includes a tournament, championship games and the championship game.
The event will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan, on Friday and Saturday Feb .
CBC Saskatchewan will provide live coverage of all the games in the tournament on our website.
Here’s what you need help with: The Regina Convention centre has a $1,000 deposit for the tournament.
It is not required, but it is appreciated.
The reserve for the Regina tournament has been increased to $2,000.
The fee is $75 per person for the full tournament.
A maximum of seven people can be seated in the main building, and a maximum of five people can enter the main arena at once.
The maximum number of seats is five per side.
There are no entrance fees.
There is no parking.
The Regina tournament will start at 10 a.m. on Friday.
There won’t be a break in play.
All matches are being played on a first-come, first-served basis.
There’s a limit of five players per team.
The best players from each of Canada’s top 10 chess federations will be on site to watch from the arena floor.
If you have questions about chess in Saskatoon, please contact the Regina International Chess Club.