Roman Dzindzichashvili Simul #3
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili will be playing an online chess simul on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 at 1:00 PM PST (4:00 PM Eastern) right here on Chess.com!
This simul, brought to you by Chess.com University, will be played in Chess.com's Live Chess server. The time control is 30|30; that is, 30 minutes per person with a 30 second increment per move. The simul is costs $15 per person and is limited to the first 18 players that sign up. Students may choose to pay $25 instead of $15 and receive an email from GM Dzindzi with brief analysis and suggestions.
This simul is limited to Chess.com Premium Members (Gold, Platinum, or Diamond).
Step 1: Go to the following website: http://www.aplustutoringamerica.com/Chess.html
Scroll down and click on the relevant PayPal button. The cost to play is $15 and analysis by Roman afterwards is an additional $10 meaning $25 total. Pay either $15 or $25 depending on what you want!
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.
Step 3: Send Roman Dzindzichashvili a friend request on Chess.com.
Step 4: If you are not a member of Chess.com University, you must join by clicking here as the simul is limited to Chess.com University members. Joining is free.
Remember, 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.
On Simul Day:
Be logged into Chess.com's Live Chess server by 1:00 PM PST on February 18th. You have to send Roman a challenge in Chess.com's Live Chess between 1:00 and 1:05 PM PST.
You must send the challenge with the following criteria:
(1) Time control is 30|30.
(2) Game is unrated.
(3) Roman Dzindzichashvili is White meaning you play as Black.
Roman will not accept challenges that have the wrong settings.
If you have any questions or technical difficulties before or during the simul, contact Kairav Joshi on Chess.com.