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Eduardo Iturrizaga is the current Pan American champion and one of the best blitz players in the world. Can you beat him?
Only 200 participants we allowed. This event is now closed.

Time & Location

20 Mar, 17:00 – 19:00 GMT

About the Event


(All against Eduardo)

GM Eduardo Iturrizaga is one of the most talented online blitz players in the world.

The winner of this tournament will receive $250

Is there anyone who can take it from Eduardo?

Any player who manages to beat Eduardo in a game will get $50

Date:14 March from 17:00 to 19:00 GMT (London time)

Blitz 3+0 Arena (Play as many games as you can in those two hours!)


1st $250

2nd $135

3rd $50

Special prizes for best under 2000 FIDE rated player


Special prizes for best under 1700 FIDE player:


Chief Arbiter: International FIDE arbiter Shohreh Bayat, who was the chief arbiter at the last British Chess Championships

Entry fee: 

$ 20 for Players with a FIDE rating higher than 2400, or players with undisclosed rating.

$ 15 for Players with a FIDErating between 2001 and 2399.

$ 8 for players with a FIDE rating lower than 2000. 

Early registration: 

Players registering before 15th March get at 30% discount in the entry fee.

How to pay:

There are four ways you can make payment to enter this competition:

- Payplay:

- Bitcoin SV (BSV): 1GQLi46jR2FeB68Qj3XacFQJzhbcJ5p3T

- Bitcoin Cash (BCH): qr5ed9nsh42z2n4sgn6zkaqu25v8z3tekvjvmddm9s

- Moneybutton:

Please send email to confirming details of your entry fee.


You are welcome to contact us at any time:

Prize money:

Prize winners of this event can chose their preferred option of payment:

- Pounds to a British account. (Zero comission) 

- US dollars or EUR via paypal. (5% commision)

- Any other currency via Paypal. (10$ comission)

- Bitcoin SV. (Zero comission)

Anti-cheating policy

Please note all games will be checked with anti cheating software to ensure fair play.  This can take up to 48 hours, therefore prizes will be paid on Tuesday 16th March.

Note: Players opting for a grading prize will have to provide their real name so we can check their official FIDE rating.

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