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ACP Tournament of the Year - survey

Date:

17 April 2012

The Association of Chess Professionals has pleasure in introducing its "ACP Tournament of the Year" contest.

We highly appreciate the work done by all chess organizers all over the world to create best possible conditions for the chess professionals. Without organizers, even the very best players would not have an appropriate stage to show their skills. There are many great events every year and it is not an easy task to decide which tournament deserves to be awarded as the best tournament of the year. That's why we need your help!

All ACP members are welcome to vote for their favorite events of 2011 from the list below and decide which tournament will become the "ACP Tournament of the Year"!

Each member is asked to vote up to five tournaments.

The tournament receiving the highest number of votes will be declared ACP Tournament of the Year.

Voting will be open 12 April through 30 April and the winner shall be announced on 2 May.

Good luck to all organisers taking part in the ACP Tournament of the Year contest!

1. Tata Steel, Wijk aan Zee
2. Tradewise Chess Festival, Gibraltar
3. Aeroflot Open, Moscow
4. European Individual, Aix-les-Bains
5. European Individual Women, Tbilisi
6. World Championship Candidates, Kazan
7. Kings Tournament, Medias
8. World Teams, Ningbo
9. Chess Meeting, Dortmund
10. FIDE World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk
11. Botvinnik Memorial, Moscow
12. Masters Final, Bilbao/San Paulo
13. European Club Cup, Rogaska Slatina
14. Governor's Cup, Saratov
15. Unive Tournament, Hoogeveen
16. European Teams, Porto Carras
17. Tal Memorial, Moscow
18. London Chess Classic
19. Women's World Teams, Mardin
20. Reggio Emilia


In order to take part in the vote:
1. Login
2. Go to survey
3. Tick up to 5 tournaments on the list

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If you have encountered any problem, do not hesitate to contact the ACP General Secretary Bartlomiej Macieja at secretary@chessprofessionals.org

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