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    The Champions Chess Tour 2023 (CCT) is a major chess tournament that spans six events throughout the year and culminates in live Finals. It boasts a prize fund of $2,000,000 and features the world's top players. The sixth and last event before the live Finals is the AI Cup


    • Each division features a double-elimination knockout bracket.
    • The time control is 15+3.
    • In Divisions I and II, there are four-game matches in the Winners Bracket and two-game matches in the Losers
  3. Martin broke the rules, he went first.

    I was playing a costum match, I gave Martin extra queens and this dude just went first, I'm so confused, is this a glitch?

    submitted by /u/Ok_Wonder_5275 [link] [comments]
  4. Why do people have to be like this

    I even said they were a good sport but then they sent this

    submitted by /u/thane4 [link] [comments]