Sunday, 19 July 2015

Player or players wanted

The Correspondence Chess League of Australia is looking for a female player to represent the country at the 10th Ladies Olympiad, which starts on 1 September 2015. Unlike the OTB Olympiad, this Olympiad will not cost you anything except time, as all the games are played over the internet.
Australia currently has 3 players for the team, but needs a board 4 player to take part. There is no requirement to have played Correspondence Chess before, although experience at online chess is helpful.
If you fit the bill, and wish to represent Australia at the international level, feel free to get in touch with me as soon as possible. The deadline for submitting a complete team is pretty close, and so speed is of the essence.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

If a male player played under an alias, or one of the other players played two boards with different names, how would anyone know?

Brian Jones said...

The ICCF National delegate would not allow it as there are strict checks on ID.