The posts included the Chess.com reports on the first three of the six individual knockout tournaments. Chess.com subsequently issued reports on the last three of the tournaments :-
- 2019-08-24: Grischuk, Svidler Star In Sunday's [FWFRCC] Qualifier
- 2019-08-27: Svidler Qualifies For [FWFRCC]
- 2019-08-30: So, Dominguez Headline Weekend's [FWFRCC] Qualifiers
- 2019-09-01: Fedoseev Wins, Favorites Fall In Penultimate [FWFRCC] Qualifier
- 2019-09-01: Top Seed So Wins Final [FWFRCC] Knockout Qualifier
The three reports on the winners were filed by GM Jonathan Tisdall. Old timers might remember that then-IM Tisdall reported for the USCF's Chess Life on the Kasparov - Karpov World Championship clashes of the 1980s.
What happens next for the six knockout winners? The first event in the following chart, 'Quarterfinals Stage 1', says, 'Six winners of the knockout qualifiers join Nakamura and Caruana'.
GM Jonathan Tisdall also prepared a preview of the remaining events:-
- 2019-09-18: [FWFRCC] Tickets Now Available (chess.com)
The report starts with a plug for the Norwegian sponsors of the series of events:-
The time has come to book your ticket to watch the live stages of the FIDE World Fischer Random Championship. The venue for the semifinals and final will be Norway's Henie Onstad Art Center, located just outside Oslo. The city previously hosted the remarkably successful pilot event, the unofficial title match between Hikaru Nakamura and Magnus Carlsen in 2018.
It continues with details for the three days of quarterfinal matches. The three top players from the quarterfinals will join Magnus Carlsen in the four-player semifinal.