Saint Louis Super Swiss chess 2023 schedule, date, time, draw, participants, prize money, live stream

Saint Louis Super Swiss chess 2023 schedule, date, time, draw, participants, prize money, live stream

Ahead of the much-anticipated World Championship title match in April, numerous renowned chess GMs are scheduled to compete at the 2023 Saint Louis Super Swiss, we examine the tournament schedule, date, time, format, list of participants, prize money, & streaming details

The Swiss System will be used to pair players for the nine rounds of the 2023 Saint Louis Super Swiss. Players will be qualified to receive norms if the foreign flag criteria is satisfied. No tiebreaker will be used if there is a tie for any position in the tournament and, all tied players will get equal prize money distribution.

Saint Louis Super Swiss 2023 schedule, date, time, venue, participants list, draw, winner prize money and live stream

2023 Saint Louis Super Swiss schedule, date, venue, players, format, & other details

Players from all around the world compete in Saint Louis Super Swiss, an invited norm tournament, for cash prizes and the possibility to achieve Grandmaster, International Master, Woman Grandmaster, and Woman International Master norms.

In a Swiss-style competition with nine thrilling rounds, players will contend for $25,000 in prize money. It is known that the competition will run through 12th March to 16th March at the Il Monastero Banquet Center in Saint Louis. However, fans are unsure about the list of elite GMs participating in this tournament and are skeptical regarding the level of competition this year.

Date Time Event
March 12 10:00 AM Player Meeting
11:00 AM Round 1
5:00 PM Round 2
March 13 11:00 AM Round 3
5:00 PM Round 4
March 14 11:00 AM Round 5
5:00 PM Round 6
March 15 11:00 AM Round 7
5:00 PM Round 8
March 16 11:00 AM Round 9

Saint Louis Super Swiss 2023 prize money pool distribution

During the Saint Louis Super Swiss in 2023, prizes worth a combined $25,000 will be given out, with the winner receiving $6,000 in total. The remaining $19,000 will be split among the players in accordance with how they each finish. It is understood that this competition’s runner-up will receive about $4,000 in prize money.



Prize Money

1st $6,000
2nd $4,000
3rd $3,000
4th $2,000
5th $1,500
6th $1,000
7th $900
8th $800
9th $700
10th $600
11th-15th $500
16th-20th $400
Total $25,000

When And Where to Watch: live stream details

It is already known that the competition will start on March 12 at 11:00 AM, and spectators will be able to watch the action live on’s official YouTube channel along with knowledgeable commentary.

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