Titled Tuesday: All The Information

Titled Tuesday: All The Information

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Titled Tuesday is's weekly 11-round Swiss tournament for titled players, occurring twice each Tuesday since February 1, 2022 at 8 a.m. PT/17:00 CET and 2 p.m. PT/23:00 CET.

GM Hikaru Nakamura has won the most Titled Tuesday events since October 20, 2020, with 59 total victories. GM Dmitry Andreikin has the second-most with 16.


Since February 1, 2022, Titled Tuesday occurs every Tuesday at 8 a.m. Pacific and then again at 2 p.m.

Tournament Los Angeles New York Paris Mumbai
1st Tournament 8 a.m. 11 a.m. 17:00 21:30
2nd Tournament 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 23:00 3:30
Note: These are the standard times. Be alert to changes due to Daylight Saving in March and November as North America and Europe change the clocks on different dates. Additionally, during this period the events begin an hour earlier than the listed time in India.


The format is as follows:

Titled Tuesday
Format Swiss
Rounds 11
Time Control 3+1 Blitz
Tiebreaks Sonneborn-Berger
Breaks After rounds 4 & 8
Approx. Duration 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)

Note For Titled Players

Titled Tuesday requires all players to have their full legal name in their profile. Anonymous titled player accounts or accounts found to be using a fake name will not be eligible to win prizes during the event and may be removed from the tournament without notice.

All players must also abide by all rules and site policies found at and cooperate fully with's fair play detection team. Participants should be prepared to join a Zoom call for proctoring at the arbiter's discretion, and this request may be made between rounds via direct chat in live chess by a staff member.

Prize Fund

Place Prize
1st $1,000
2nd $750
3rd $350
4th $200
5th $100
Highest female player $100
Total (tournament) $2,500
Total (week) $5,000

Titled Tuesday prizes

History And Records

Titled Tuesday debuted on December 30, 2014 as a monthly nine-round event. It became a weekly tournament on April 7, 2020 and permanently expanded to its current length of 11 rounds on October 20, 2020. On and after February 1, 2022, two tournaments are offered each week.

From June 2 through October 13, 2020, Titled Tuesday was part of the Speed Chess Championship qualification cycle and included a knockout section.

Most Wins

11-Round Single-Tournament Era (Oct. 20, 2020—Jan. 25, 2022)

Name Wins
GM Hikaru Nakamura 16
GM Jeffery Xiong 6
GM Vladislav Artemiev 4
GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 3
GM Alireza Firouzja 2
GM Rustam Khusnutdinov 2
GM Tuan Minh Le 2
GM Alexey Sarana 2

Double-Tournament Era (Feb. 1, 2022—present)

Name Wins
GM Hikaru Nakamura 43
GM Dmitry Andreikin 16
GM Daniil Dubov 11
GM Magnus Carlsen 10
GM Alireza Firouzja 8
GM Oleksandr Bortnyk 7
GM Jose Martinez 7
GM Alexey Sarana 6 (1 tie)
GM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 5
GM Jeffery Xiong 5
GM Nihal Sarin 5
GM Vladimir Fedoseev 5
GM Ian Nepomniachtchi 4
GM Alexander Grischuk 4
GM Jan-Krzysztof Duda 4
GM Wesley So 3
GM Quang Liem Le 3
GM Tuan Minh Le 3
GM Baadur Jobava 3
GM Aram Hakobyan 3
GM Bodgan-Daniel Deac 3 (2 ties)
GM Fabiano Caruana 2
GM Dmitrij Kollars 2
GM Hans Niemann 2
GM David Paravyan 2
GM Aryan Tari 2 (1 tie)
GM Vladimir Kramnik 1
GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 1
GM Arjun Erigaisi 1
GM Sam Shankland 1
GM Daniel Naroditsky 1
GM Parham Maghsoodloo 1
GM Nodirbek Abdusattorov 1
GM Gata Kamsky 1
GM Anton Korobov 1
GM Kirill Shevchenko 1
GM Dariusz Swiercz 1
GM Vitaliy Bernadskiy 1
GM Salem Saleh 1
GM Denis Lazavik 1
GM Matthias Bluebaum 1
GM Raunak Sadhwani 1
GM Maxim Matlakov 1
GM Conrad Holt 1
GM Pranesh M 1
GM Pranav V 1
GM Vugar Rasulov 1
GM Eduardo Iturrizaga 1
GM Sergey Drygalov 1
GM Abtin Atakhan 1

Highest Scores

11-Round Era (Both Single- and Double-Tournament) (since Oct. 20, 2020)

Player Score Date
GM Hikaru Nakamura 11 8/17/2021
GM Magnus Carlsen 11 7/4/2023
GM Hikaru Nakamura 11 8/22/2023
GM Anton Korobov 10.5 6/22/2021
GM Rustam Khusnutdinov 10.5 9/14/2021
GM Dmitry Andreikin 10.5 8/9/2022
GM Hikaru Nakamura 10.5 10/4/2022
GM Tuan Minh Le 10.5 10/18/2022
GM Fabiano Caruana 10.5 11/15/2022
GM Daniil Dubov 10.5 11/29/2022
GM Fabiano Caruana 10.5 4/11/2023
GM Nihal Sarin 10.5 5/30/2023
GM Jose Martinez 10.5 10/17/2023
GM Magnus Carlsen 10.5 11/21/2023

Note: GM Oleksandr Bortnyk scored a perfect 9/9 on October 4, 2016.


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