How to Register for the 2007 WSC
Each country is allocated a number of places based on its past performance at World Championships. Each country's national association establishes rules for qualifying for those places, typically based on national tournament ratings or performance at qualifying tournaments. Qualified players and alternates should follow the instructions below to register with the organisers of the 2007 WSC.
Qualified players and alternates should use the online registration form to register with the organisers of the 2007 WSC and to submit biographical details for publicity purposes. The form requires a password; please contact your national association representative or contact John Chew (email@example.com) to obtain it. A list of players who have registered will be updated regularly until the championship begins.
The provisional allocation of places based on the 2007 WSC is as follows. If a national association has posted its qualification system online, it should be linked below; if not, please send its URL to the webmaster.
If one of the players already named drops out before registration on Wednesday 7 November, then they should, if possible, be replaced by a representative from their own country.
If registered players do not turn up at registration then they will not be replaced other than if the numbers are odd when the official alternate will stand in.
If players drop out having begun the tournament, they will be replaced by the official alternate.
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