With the open and invitational enviornment stage over, we now transfer to the primary Swiss levels marking the midpoint of the qualifiers on Lichess.
On the Swiss levels, eligible gamers can solely participate within the teams they’ve been sorted into. Eligible gamers and the teams they’ve been sorted into could be discovered right here.
All of the Swiss teams of the FIDE Offerspill World Fischer Random Championship Qualifiers start at 1400 UTC on tenth September. All of the Swiss teams of the FIDE CCC and NACCL World Fischer Random Championship Qualifiers start at 1700 UTC on tenth September.
The highest 18 gamers of every group undergo, the place they are going to meet on eleventh September (with the identical begin instances), and be met by 10 wildcards. In complete, as much as 100 gamers will compete within the second Swiss stage to find out the ultimate 16 who undergo to the KO levels.
Ranging from the second Swiss stage, gamers who’re requested will probably be required to hitch a web-based name half-hour earlier than the spherical begins, with arbiters current to conduct related checks. Failure to hitch the decision or adjust to arbiters directions could end in a participant’s withdrawal from the match. Extra data will probably be despatched on to gamers; subsequently gamers ought to fastidiously examine their Lichess inboxes and notifications.
Wildcards of the second Swiss stage are as follows, up to now:
|Offerspill Qualifiers||CCC & NACCL Qualifiers|
|Le Quang Liem (2728)||Hikaru Nakamura (2768)|
|Nodirbek Abdusattorov (2713)||Alexander Grischuk (2745)|
|Jules Moussard (2686)||Ray Robson (2690)|
|David Howell (2667)||Jeffery Xiong (2690)|
|Aryan Tari (2656)||Andrey Esipenko (2678)|
|Nijat Abasov (2646)||Gata Kamsky (2666)|
|Vasif Durarbayli (2628)||Christopher Yoo (2563)|
|Eric Hansen (2613)||Brandon Jacobson (2551)|
|Johan-Sebastian Christiansen (2583)||Andrew Tang (2539)|
|TBC||Andy Woodward (2465)|