Chess.com University Simul with NM Dane Mattson

Chess.com University Simul with NM Dane Mattson

GeniusKJ
GeniusKJ
Oct 30, 2014, 12:00 AM |
3 | Fun & Trivia

Chess.com University Instructor NM Dane Mattson will be playing an online chess simul on Saturday, November 1st, 2014 at 1:00 PM Pacific Time (PDT) right here on Chess.com!

The games will be played in Chess.com's Live Chess server. The time control is 30|15; that is, 30 minutes per person with a 15 second increment per move. The simul is costs $9 per person and is limited to the first 15 players that sign up. One simul game will be analyzed by Kairav Joshi. The analysis will be posted in Chess.com University.

Registration:

Step 1: Follow this link to pay using PayPal balance or credit/debit card: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=E4JRLRLFX54A8

Alternatively, message GeniusKJ if you would like to use a different payment method.

Step 2: After you pay for your spot, message GeniusKJ on Chess.com and provide your name and email address

We must know which email address belongs to which Chess.com username otherwise we won't know who purchased. You must remember to message GeniusKJ after paying for your seat. Send a message even if you believe we have your contact info already. If you forget to message GeniusKJ on Chess.com, you will not get to play in the simul. Don't forget to send the message after paying for the simul!

Step 3: Send Dane Mattson a friend request on Chess.com:

http://www.chess.com/members/view/Fischwitsch


Registration ends on November 1st, 2014 at 10 AM Pacific Time. Register ASAP to secure your spot.

On Simul Day:

Be logged into Chess.com's Live Chess server by 1:00 PM PDT on Nov 1st, 2014. You have to send Dane a challenge in Chess.com's Live Chess between 1:00 and 1:10 PM PDT.

Send the challenge with the following criteria:

(1) Time control is 30|15.

(2) Game is unrated.

(3) Dane Mattson is White meaning you play as Black.

Dane will not accept challenges that have the wrong settings.

If you have any questions before or during the simul, contact Kairav Joshi on Chess.com.

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