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In english the name is written Money chess
Playing chess for money is a quite controversial issue, especially in advanced chess and correspondence chess, where chess programs and more particularly chess engines (Rybka, Fritz, Junior, Shredder, Hiarcs) are used without moderation at any level.
Why to play chess for money ? .. Probably for the same reasons players like casino games (Poker, Blackjack, Roulette...), without that chancy factor.
Play chess for money
FICGS - http://www.ficgs.com - offers 2-players matches at bullet, lightning, blitz, rapid and standard correspondence chess time controls, round-robin tournaments, swiss tournaments (chess freestyle cup) and challenges against international masters.
You can buy E-Points (1 E-Point is worth 1 Euro) by making a bank transfer or by sending money to the FICGS account at Moneybookers or Paypal, then you just have to enter games or tournaments waiting lists and play your games.
Prizes in E-Points can reach 97 to 99 % of the entry fee (ie. chess lightning gold), when a game finishes your account (E-Points) is automatically updated. At any moment, you can ask for a money prize instead of E-Points.
Feel free to read the FICGS rules and particularly the Money prizes and Money transfer sections :
File last modified on 2016-5-11
Contributor : devassal thibault
See also this article on Wikipedia : Money chess
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