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After 10 rounds WCCC Komodo is the winner of the title World Champion Computer Chess. It already had won the World Chess Software Championship earlier this week.
In the World Speed Computer Chess Championship Jonny won the title.
Congratulations to all winners.
Photos from the Macau events can be found through the menu Chess Events -> Macau 2019 -> Photos, ordered per day.
The results of the Computer Olympiad can be found here: https://icga.org/?page_id=2908.
The results will be updated as soon as possible.
The WCCC 2019 has started. See https://icga.org/?page_id=2857 for more information.
The live games can also be followed on Chess24: https://chess24.com/en/watch/live-tournaments/world-computer-chess-championship-2019/4/1/1
All information for the World Chess Software Championship can be found on the special page: https://icga.org/?page_id=2804
The schedule for the chess events has changed: https://icga.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Planning-ICGA-Chess-2019-v4.pdf.
Also the schedule for the ACG 2019 is available: https://www.lamsade.dauphine.fr/~cazenave/acg2019/schedule.html.
The Computer Olympiad and Computer Chess events take place in the Venetian rooms Florence 2202+2203+2204. The Conference takes place in the Venetian room Florence 2306.
With only two weeks to go, the organisation is busy finalising prerequisites for the activities in Macau. We have some good news about extra prizes to win.
Prof. Ingo Althoefer has given the organisation an extra prize for the winner of the Einstein Wuerfelt Nicht competition: a beautiful set of the game.
For the winners of each of the chess competitions Chessbase has given the organisation an extra prize too.
For all participants of the 16th ACG conference: please also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for completing your participation in the conference.
For payments see below the post about the registration fees (https://icga.org/?p=2768). It will also be possible to pay in cash at the location by giving the money to Grace Krabbenbos.
The ICGA’s 16th Advances in Computer Games conference will take place in Macau, at the Venetian, alongside the other ICGA events (World Computer Chess Championships and Computer Olympiad).The ACG conference will run from August 11th-13th 2019.
All participants who are registered for the IJCAI conference, also taking place in the Venetian, are welcome to attend the ACG conference free of charge (subject to available seating). Those IJCAI participants who wish to join the ACG lunches will be asked to pay for their lunches at cost, but will be welcome to participate in the coffee breaks free of charge.
For further information about the AGC conference please visit https://icga.org/?page_id=2679