Chessable British Championships – prizes 2022

Chessable British Championship
1st £5,000; 2nd £2,500; 3rd £1,500; 4th £1,000; 5th £1,000; 6th £750

Chessable British Women’s Championship
1st £1,000; 2nd £500

Under 21
1st £500; 2nd £250

Alexander Best Game Prize
£100

Championship Rating Prizes
2201-2350 £300; 2051-2200 £300; 2050 and under £200

Please note – the organisers reserve the right to change the above prize fund for the Championship only

Chessable Junior Championships U16, U14, U12, U10, U8
Prizes as shown for each Championship
1st £240; 2nd £120; 3rd £60

Chessable Over 50 / Over 65
Prizes as shown for each Championship
1st £400; 2nd £200; 3rd £100

Chessable Major Open
1st £750; 2nd £400; 3rd £250
Performance rated prize(s) to be announced at the Championships

Chessable Weekend Congress – Atkins, Soanes and Yates
Prizes as shown for each section
1st £200; 2nd £100; 3rd £50
Grading prize(s) to be announced

Chessable Week 1 Weekday Congress
Prizes as shown for each section – Open, U2050, U1900, U1750, U1600 and U1450
1st £240; 2nd £160; 3rd £80; 4th £50

Chessable Week 2 Morning Congress
Prizes as shown for each section – Open, U2050, U1900, U1750, U1600 and U1450
1st £240; 2nd £160; 3rd £80; 4th £50

Chessable Weekend Blitz
1st £200; 2nd £100; 3rd £50

Chessable Week 2 Blitz
1st £200; 2nd £100; 3rd 50

Chessable Rapidplay Open, U1750, U1500
Prizes as shown for each section
1st £200; 2nd £100; 3rd £50

Chessable Junior U11 Rapidplay
1st, 2nd and 3rd – trophy prizes

Additional Prizes and Titles
Junior Championships
The highest placed boy and highest placed girl in each section will receive a trophy. In the event of a tie all players involved in the tie will be awarded a trophy.

English Junior Champions
In each Junior Championship the highest placed English qualified player will be awarded the English Junior Championship for that age group. Where there is a tie for 1st place, the following tie-breaks will be used – (1) Direct Encounter (2) Median-Buchholz (3) Buchholz Cut 1 (4) Buchholz
To qualify for the English Championship prize players must be FIDE-registered to ENG, or be willing to be in the case of the non-rated tournaments (e.g. the Under 8, 9 and 11)

Best game prize in junior sections U16 – U8
£50

Neil Carr Fellowship Prize *
This prize is a one-year scholarship for 2022 for the ECF Chess Academy International Programme. The prize is awarded to the highest eligible player in the Under 10 Championship. Tie break and eligibility rules will be found on this website prior to the Championships

Welsh Player Performance Prize *
Best performance by a Welsh player will be awarded the Roy Clues Trophy

* Both these prizes will be decided by members of the British Prize Committee