CFP: The 15th World Computer-Chess Championship

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CFP: The 15th World Computer-Chess Championship

Post by ICGABOK » Sat Apr 07, 2007 4:52 pm

From 2007-06-11 to 2007-06-18, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The 15th World Computer-Chess Championship and the 12th Computer Olympiad
will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in conjunction with the Computer
Games Workshop 2007 (CGW2007).

IBM, SARA (Academic Computer Centre Amsterdam) and NCF (Foundation of National Computing Facilities) are enabling
the organization of the Computer Games Workshop 2007 (CGW2007) (15-17 June 2007), the 15th World Computer-Chess Championship (WCCC) (11-18 June)
and the 12th Computer Olympiad (CO) (11-18 June) to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Location: The Turing hall, Science Park Amsterdam, Kruislaan 419, 1098 VA Amsterdam.

The Tournament Director of the WCCC and Computer Olympiad will be: Prof. dr. H.J. van den Herik.

The rules of the WCCC and Computer Olympiad will be soon published.

The entry fees for the WCCC are as follows:

Amateur: € 25
Semi-professional: € 250
Professional: € 500

The entry fees for the other tournaments are as follows:

Amateur: € 25
Semi-professional: € 100
Professional: € 250

A participant is expected to be ICGA member (€ 40).

Deadline early registration: May 21, 2007. Registration after May 21, 2007
will double the entry fee.

"Amateur": programmers who have no commercial interest in their program, and
are not professional game programmers. Applications for amateur
classification must supply information to justify their claim.

"Semi-professional": Any program submitted by an employee or associate from
a games-programming company. The program's name must not be derived from or
similar to a commercial product.

"Professional": A program whose name is the same as or derived from a
commercial product.

www.icga.org
http://www.grappa.univ-lille3.fr/icga/event.php?id=40

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Re: CFP: The 15th World Computer-Chess Championship

Post by hgm » Sat Apr 07, 2007 5:30 pm

Great! Across the street from where I work!

I hope they will accept micro-Max as a participant!

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