All users can now register for the first game of the FIDE World Championship, which will also feature $496 in prize money for the top five finishers.
The world’s premier chess event is just around the corner. Ian Nepomniachtchi (White) and Magnus Carlsen (Black) will sit down on both sides of the board at 13:30 CET on 26 November for the first exciting game.
With the start of the FIDE World Championship, Guess Chess also begins its official run with the first prize game. The top five finishers will share $496, with $256 going to the top scorer of their predictions.
If you want to take part in the game and try to test your predictive skills against two grandmasters, all you have to do is create an account on Guess Chess and sign up for the game under “Play”. It’s completely free!
Also, don’t forget that we have a general leaderboard for the whole World Championship, where users will add up the best five scores of all the games in which they have made at least one prediction. For more details on how it works, click here.
We are almost there. May the best win!