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Tournament Regulations Revision 2014
TOURNAMENT REGULATIONS
These will be revised by the RTRC in Tromso with a view to implementation by the General Assembly to take effect from 1 July 2015.
The regulations can be viewed online on the FIDE RTRC website http://rules.fide.com.
We have a view to have a meeting of the commissioners of the RTRC in the Netherlands in January, partly to discuss this.
Please send your comments to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  (secretary) and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (chairman) as soon as possible.
Stewart Reuben
 
RTRC Meeting October 2013 - Draft Laws of Chess
Herewith the latest draft of the Laws of Chess to be finalised in Tallin. This follows the recent meeting in Tromso between some members of the RTRC and some members of the Presidential Board.

Please pay careful attention to any underlined points. This mainly means that they have not previously been considered by the RTRC. If bold and underlined, the change is radical and comes out of the meeting in Tromso. 1997 is the last time there were radical changes.

Please send your comments as soon as possible, preferably before 25 September to both .
Stewart Reuben   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , and Geurt Gijssen   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Draft Laws of Chess - 26 September 2013

Stewart Reuben
Secretary, FIDE Rules and Tournament Regulations Commission
 
RTRC Meeting Agenda - October 2013 Tallinn
Agenda of the Rules and Tournament Regulations Commission
FIDE Congress in Tallinn 2013
1. Welcome by the chairman
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FIDE Rules and Tournament Regulations Commission
The FIDE Rules and Tournament Regulations Commisssion (RTRC) is the body tasked with defining the FIDE Laws of Chess. The Commission also defines the Tournament Regulations for use in FIDE rated events. The Commission has a Chairman, Secretary, 3 Councillors plus other general members. The full Commission normally meets once a year at the FIDE Congress, while the Commission councillors normally meet around 6 months before the full meeting. If you need any information concerning the workings of this Commission, or wish to propose a change to the Laws of Chess/Tournament Regyulations, please contact the Commission's Secretary via the Contacts menu item.

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