Predict The Rapid Chess Championship Finals And Win

Predict The Rapid Chess Championship Finals And Win

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The exciting finals of the 2022 Rapid Chess Championship begin on August 18. That means it's time for another bracket contest! This time, it's a double elimination bracket—you will really have to be on your game to make the best selections this time! Are you up for the challenge?

You have from right now up until the start of the first match at 9 a.m. Pacific on August 18 to make your picks. That's only in a couple of days, so act fast for your chance to win a premium membership!

Contest Results

Jump Ahead: Click Here For Prediction Instructions! | Scoring | Tiebreaks | Prizes

2022 RCC Finals bracket

How to watch?
The RCC Finals will be aired on all usual channels: at on site, or on YouTube and Twitch. The full schedule is available on the official event page.
2022 RCC Finals

How To Play

  1. Head over to the bracket on Challonge and click their green "Create A Prediction" button,
  2. Follow instructions on the Challonge prediction page! The bracket will auto-populate as you make your picks.
  3. IMPORTANT: In the Prediction Title field, enter your username and your prediction for the final score of the final match. For example: "CHESScom 2-1". If you do not provide your username you may not be able to receive your prize. 2022 RCC Bracket Contest

The deeper the tournament goes, the more points you get for each correct prediction. For the winners bracket that means:

Round Matches Points/Match Total Points
Round of 16 8 1 8
Quarterfinals 4 2 8
Semifinals 2 4 8
Finals 1 8 8

Additionally, each correct prediction in the loser's bracket is worth 1 point.

Tiebreaks will be applied by in the event of multiple perfect brackets or ties at the top of the standings. The tiebreaker system is the same as previous bracket predictions:

  1. Your prediction of the final match score in the finals. This is what you entered in the Prediction Title field.
  2. If no entry predicted the correct score, the contest winner is whoever was nearest to the correct margin of victory.
  3. If that is tied, the contest winner is whoever was closest to the correct score for the tournament winner.
  4. The last tiebreaker is the order your bracket was submitted, earlier is better. Why not create your bracket now?
Rapid Chess Championship Hikaru Nakamura
Will you go with the favorite or predict an upset? It is up to you!


Place Prize
1 1-Year Diamond Membership
2 6 Months Diamond
3 3 Months Diamond
4 3 Months Diamond
5 3 Months Diamond
6 1 Month Diamond
7 1 Month Diamond
8 1 Month Diamond
9 1 Month Diamond
10 1 Month Diamond

This is your chance to join fun and drama as all the action unfolds at! Fill out your bracket now today!

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