Correspondence Chess Rules

September 23, 2010 by
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Correspondence Chess Rules
ICCF is the International Correspondence Chess Federation. ICCF was launched in 1951 as a new appearance of the ICCA (International Correspondence Chess Association), which was launched in 1945, as successor of the IFSB (Internationaler Fernschachbund), launched in 1928. Correspondence chess is a kind of the world-wide well-famous game of chess, which has been played between towns, chess clubs and/or individuals, through using: CCF is closely co-operating with the leading world chess organization FIDE. All ICCF titles, championships and ratings are accredited through FIDE.

Information about Correspondence Chess Rules
The guidelines for the ICCF Playing Rules Webserver can be found in the “FAQ” Section of http://
Playing Rules – POST
Playing Rules – SERVER
Tournament Rules
ICCF Guidelines POST Individual and Team tournament games

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