Although WFRCC would be more in line with Fischer's thinking when he was alive, let's not use that as an excuse to avoid admiring a tournament that lasted six months. First I had a couple of posts that surveyed the origin and the structure of the tournament.
FWFRCC means 'FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Championship'. I would rather have seen 'World Chess960 Championship', but the people that pay the piper can call it whatever they want. I covered the many phases of the complicated tournament in ten posts.
- 2019-05-18: Youtube Resources for FWFRCC
- 2019-06-15: Playing the FWFRCC
- 2019-06-22: Titled Players Join the FWFRCC
- 2019-07-20: Phase Two of FWFRCC Underway 'Play-in' Qualifiers
- 2019-08-17: Phase Three of FWFRCC Underway Knockout Qualifiers
- 2019-08-24: Phase Three of FWFRCC Compressed
- 2019-09-21: Phase Three of FWFRCC Completed
- 2019-10-19: Quarterfinals of FWFRCC Completed
- 2019-11-16: So Beats Carlsen in FWFRCC Final
- 2019-11-23: 2019 FWFRCC Final Live 'First question: where are the game scores?'
Dare we call the tournament the first FWFRCC? Will there be a second? Let's have a big round of applause for the many people who played a role in making the event possible.