The Three Cultures Chess Tournament is aimed at federated youngsters and will be valid for FADA ELO

The Three Cultures Foundation Chess Tournament for youngsters returns

As part of the Month of Morocco and after the success of previous editions, the Three Cultures Foundation is once again organising a chess tournament aimed at young people. A festive day around this sport, half game and half science, which was brought to the West by the Muslims through al-Andalus.

The Three Cultures chess tournament is aimed at federated youngsters and will be valid for FADA ELO. However, those who are not and want to join this activity will be able to do so through different types of games with the possibility of practising it in the company of experts and masters. A day of celebration in which young and old will share a fun day with chess as the protagonist.

The system of play is Swiss with a maximum of 7 rounds, or enough to achieve a pure champion depending on the number of participants. 


It is essential to register before Wednesday 29th November, using the form on the link or QR code, indicating date of birth, school or club and place of origin. The link to the tournament in chess results is 

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