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Here chess friends who can send and receive e-mails will find a free game. To be played:

- Single = 2 players play against each other 1 game with white and 1 game with black (2 games simultaneously),

- Tournaments of 3 = 3 players play against each other 1 game with white and 1 game with black (4 games simultaneously),

- Chess 960 = 3 players play against each other 1 game with white and 1 game with black; the base lines will be drawn by lot (4 games simultaneously),

- Theme = 3 to 5 players play against each other 1 game with white and 1 game with black, where the opening number is given (4 to 8 games simultaneously),

   All EmailChessPoint theme tournaments here: http://www.emailchesspoint.de/themene.php.

   Themes may be suggested repeatedly.

- Tournaments of 7 = 7 players play against each other 1 game with white or with black (6 games simultaneously),

- KO = out of 8 players play in the 1st game with white. Round 2 players play against each other 1 game with white or 1 game with black (1 game simultaneously, up to 3 games consecutively),

- Pyramid see How the EmailChessPoint Pyramid works (newcomer 1 game simultaneously, later up to 2 games simultaneously),

- League according to separate announcement, start 1 time a year. Next start in February 2022.

- Cup according to separate announcement, start 1 time a year. Next start in September 2021.

- Team League according to separate announcement, start 1 time a year. Next start in October 2021.

Recommendation for new players

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Game and Tournament Rules

Valuation order

Procedure after Break-off of a game

Download area: Downloads (announcements, game archives, newsletters etc.) actual edition (in German)

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Links to the list of players and to the tournaments you will find in the header of this and most other pages.

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