Individual Events


The TAFCA Individual Allegro is a Swiss based one day event. The Allegro is a designated flagship event for the J.R.Chalmers Grand Prix Memorial

The TAFCA Allegro takes place on Saturday 28th January in Castlehill Chess Club Dundee. Entry Fee £12 (£1 off Chess Scotland member); Juniors (u16) £7 (£1 off CS). The Allegro starts at 10am with prize giving 4:30pm approx.

Round 1: 10am: Round 2: 11am: Round 3: 12noon
Break: 1pm (30 minutes)
Round 4: 1:30pm: Round 5: 2:30pm: Round 6: 3:30pm

Prize money dependent on entries: Champion, Runner-up and two grading band places make up the prize places.

Enter by email to Ray Noble at  ASAP and pay on the day (Cash only!).

Please support your local league events.

As this is the TAFCA flag ship event for 2016-17, you get double points towards the J.R. Chalmers Grand Prix event!


1/01/17: Due to lack of entries I have had no alternative but to cancel the TAFCA Individual 2016-17. Apologies to those players that made the effort to enter.

Individual Spreadsheet (Entries, Draw, etc; updated 28/10/16)   Rules

Entries are now being taken for this years TAFCA Individual Championship 2016-17. Closing date for entries is Sunday 30th October 2016.
Contact the TAFCA Individual organiser, Ray Noble;
email:  Text/phone: 07746971828. Please support your singles championship event.

PLEASE NOTE: Format has changed, please read the rules in full.


This year the TAFCA Individual will be a straight Knockout competition.  We will have three separate competitions entries permitting:

  • TAFCA Individual Championship: (Open to all TAFCA players: You can only be TAFCA Individual champion if you enter the open!)
  • TAFCA Presidents Cup (u1650): (Open only to TAFCA players 1650 or below. You cannot be the Individual Champion if you enter this)
  • TAFCA Challenge Shield (u1400): (Open only to TAFCA players 1400 or below. (You cannot be the Individual Champion or Presidents Cup winner if you enter this)

In the event that not enough entries are received in one/or any of the events, then said events will be combined into one event.

You may only enter one event.